Discussion in 'CW Dynasty' started by Emelee, Aug 17, 2018.
Via 'TV Line':
I guess Caleb Collins is Nu Dynasty's "Tanner McBride". And he'll be hitting on Cristal instead of Sammy Jo this time.
Ha, I didn't even catch the Collins part.
I assume that he'll be instrumental in getting Cristal to back down from having Alexis murdered.
Next nu character to be introduced should be named Cody Evans
Which sounds a better concept, even for the original show. By the way, Richard Chamberain ("the thornbirds") was rumored as a possible choice for Daniel Reece back in 1984.
To me he sounds like a new version of Nick: at first he's there to counsel Cristal during a difficult time but they can't deny their attraction. I wonder if Caleb has a vendetta against Blake.
Anyone who gets to know him for more than five minutes develops a vendetta against Blake.
"Currently working on soundtrack to episode 319 of
and all I can say is WOWWWWW. DRAMA! #Dynasty #soundtrack"
It looks as if Sammy Hotel is going to be punished!
Dynasty #3-19 and 3-20
Prepare for drama & shit...
I, for one can't wait to see him modeling those pants...
I'm weeks behind so forgive me if this is moot, but has Lachlan Buchanan appeared yet or do we know who he is playing? I was reading this completely unrelated interview of his about Station 19 and he mentioned that he had started work on Dynasty before it shut down.
I feel like from what he said it could be an ongoing role. Perhaps Steven?
I don't get that impression. He was shooting Dynasty, but he hopes to be back on Station 19 next season.
Station 19 is one of ABC's top shows, so it's little wonder he'd be hoping to remain on it. I'm sure his agent would prefer it. $$$$
Well, he's a cute blonde boy...
Looks like we might get some flashbacks in episode #3.19. Young Anders is credited on IMDb.
Al Cory Scott, that's another RealDynasty reference!!!
Edit: and The RealColbys too!!
Perhaps we will get more of a glimpse into Anders's checkered past. I got the impression he had secret-service/SEAL-team type training, given how easily he handled those kidnappers in season one and how quietly capable he always is. Perhaps he had past operations experience (as in, being involved with a past coup attempt or something) in Moldavia?
Can you imagine the blow to Blake's ego if the Moldavians are more preoccupied with having "the" Joseph Anders in their custody, and Blake's just that annoying tag-along who won't shut up?
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