April 2nd, 2013 by amyro
Definitive photographic proof of Apple co-founder dogra’s recent teatime with our favorite multimedia heartthrob.
Things are likely to be pretty slow around these parts while Series 2 of Ripper Street is filming, but the staff wants to once again thank all of Adam’s new and old fans for stopping by the revel in the awesomeness of Rothenberg. See the sidebar for some non-Apple options for keeping up with Adam and the Ripper Street production process in addition to past Adam projects available for viewing.
See you all back at the Apple in 2014.
Series 1 of Ripper Street is now available for home consumption (DVD/Blu-Ray). Television Without Pity called it “a great period crime series” and “addictive” and the Huffington Post noted that “Adam Rothenberg steals the show as the impossibly knowledgeable Captain Homer Jackson,” all of which we wholeheartedly endorse. Extras include “Inside Looks,” “Character Profiles,” “London Calling” about modern Whitechapel and a BBC production about the Ripper murders.
February 24th, 2013 by amyro
The BBC One airing of Ripper Street has wrapped up until 2014ish and we here at the Apple want to give a little shoutout to all of Adam’s new British fans. You weren’t the chattiest bunch, but we did notice you all stopping by every week and we hope to notice you stopping by again for Adam’s future projects. We also realize that we maybe catered to the locals a bit too much by working off the BBC America airdates this go-round and we’ll be revisiting that plan in Series 2, assuming our favorite Yank returns.
At any rate, thanks again.
February 21st, 2013 by amyro
Ripper Street completists facing the long drought to come might want to check out the pilot script for the show, which seems to have given more details on our heroes’ backstory upfront than the filmed pilot did. (h/t Purple Beards tumblr)