I’ve added 205 HQ Screencaps of Brendan in Episode 2 of Night Shift to the gallery.
I’ve also linked to several Interviews Brendan gave about the show and his character this week.
I just hope people, regardless of their beliefs, see that I played Drew as a human being that’s just going through a struggle.
You’re going to see him deal with it like you’d see anyone else deal with a secret that they don’t want anyone else to know.
When I first got the pilot, I thought it was great. There were a lot of risks involved in a character like that. If I was going to play a gay character on television, I didn’t want it to be typical. I wanted it to be different. So as I got close to getting the part, I had long talks with people on the creative side about who they wanted the character to be, where we want to go with him and how we wanted to define this character. And we were all on the same page that I wanted to play him as a human, you know what I mean? As a guy who fights and works to save lives.
I’ve also added more Twitter Photos that were posted last night.
Along with the ATX TV Festival Roswell Reunion this upcoming weekend there’s a chance to attend a moderated panel and screening of “Night Shift” this coming Friday in San Antonio, TX. Click the link for more information.
Scheduled to appear in S.A. are four of the show’s leads — Freddy Rodriguez, Jill Flint, Daniella Alonso and Brendan Fehr — as well as executive producer Gabe Sachs.
It will happen at 7 p.m. on June 6 at City Base Cinema, 2623 S.E. Military Drive. A screening of two episodes, one of which will be new (not yet seen by TV viewers), will be followed by a Q&A with the celebrity panel. The event will be moderated by WOAI-TV anchorwoman Evy Ramos.
And, finally, TV Guide has a look at Episode 3 next week, click below to watch!