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Angel TV showNetwork: The WB
Episodes: 110 (hour)
Seasons: Five

TV show dates: October 5, 1999 — May 19, 2004
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: David Boreanaz, Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards, Charisma Carpenter, Andy Hallett, and Amy Acker with Stephanie Romanov, Vincent Kartheiser, James Marsters, Christian Kane, Julie Benz, Mercedes McNab, Elisabeth Rohm, Daniel Dae Kim, Glenn Quinn, Keith Szarabajka, Sarah Thompson, Mark Lutz, Laurel Holloman, Vladimir Kulich, Jack Conley, Sam Anderson, Jonathan M. Woodward, Juliet Landau, John Rubinstein, Eliza Dushku, Matthew James, Gina Torres, and Adam Baldwin.

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TV show description:
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off follows the brooding vampire with a soul, Angel (David Boreanaz), after he moves from Sunnydale to Los Angeles and founds Angel Investigations.

His agency seeks to “help the helpless,” defeat evil demons, and to save the souls of those who have lost hope.

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July 18, 2011
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Angel: Joss Whedon Thinks Angel Would Kick Edward Cullen’s Butt

August 8, 2009
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Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in March 2009

Veterans of Cancelled TV Shows That We Lost in March 2009

April 4, 2009
We were forced to say goodbye to several veterans of the TV shows from the past. Some are well known to the public and some are not. Either way, the medium of television wouldn't be the same without their contributions. They include Ron Silver (Chicago Hope, Law & Order, Crossing Jordan, Rhoda, and The West Wing), Alan Livingston (creator of Bozo The Clown), Morton Lachman (The Red Skelton Show, Sanford, All In The Family, Gimme A Break, and Kate & Allie), Millard Kaufman (Mister Magoo), Harry Harris (Fame, Gunsmoke, Kung Fu, Lost In Space, Hawaii Five-0, Falcon Crest, and 7th Heaven, and Andy Hallett (Angel, Buffy The Vampire Slayer). Here are the details... Ron Silver, 62, passed away on March 15th after a two-year battle with esophageal cancer. A veteran of many movies (Reversal Of Fortune) and Broadway plays (Speed the Plow), television audiences know the talented actor from Chicago Hope, Law & Order, Crossing Jordan, and The West Wing. One of his earlier roles in the medium was playing the boyfriend and neighbor of Brenda (Julie Kavner) on the Rhoda sitcom. Silver was also the co-founder of an entertainment industry advocacy group, Creative Coalition. On March 13th, Alan Livingston died of natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills. He was 91. He was best known as the president of Capitol Records during the 1960s, having signed iconic artists like Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys, and The Beatles. He was originally hired as a writer and producer of children's storytelling record albums with illustrated read-along books. He wrote Bozo at the Circus and worked with an illustrator to design the character. The record sold more than eight million copies and spawned Bozo merchandise and local market Bozo-hosted TV shows.
<em>Angel, Leverage, Close to Home:</em> Christian Kane, TV Series Finale Podcast #45

Angel, Leverage, Close to Home: Christian Kane, TV Series Finale Podcast #45

February 24, 2009
Christian Kane is best known for playing slimy lawyer Lindsey McDonald on Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off, Angel. He and David Boreanaz are the only two to appear in both the pilot and the series finale. Other series performers included Alexis Denisof, J. August Richards, Charisma Carpenter, Andy Hallett, Amy Acker, Stephanie Romanov, Vincent Kartheiser, James Marsters, Julie Benz, Mercedes McNab, Elisabeth Rohm, Daniel Dae Kim, and Glenn Quinn. His next show was Close to Home, a CBS legal drama that ran for two seasons, working with Jennifer Finnigan, Kimberly Elise, David James Elliott, John Carroll Lynch, Jon Liggett, Cress Williams, Jon Seda, Bruce Davison, and Conor Dubin. He left after one season. These days, Kane is playing Eliot Spencer, the enforcer of a group of con artists on Leverage. The show stars Kane, Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman, Beth Riesgraf, and Aldis Hodge. The TNT series has already been renewed for year two. In this audio interview, Kane discusses some past, present, and future projects. Tune in to find out which classic TV character inspired his Leverage persona and why he almost didn't play the role. Get his take on how he would he like to see Leverage end. The actor also recalls the fateful day, five years ago, when he learned that Angel was cancelled and Joss Whedon's reaction to the studio's desire to keep it going. Kane also shares his passionate feelings about his character's ignoble death and what it was like to work alongside one of his best friends.
Where Are They Now? Some Greenroom Chatter for November 8, 2008

Where Are They Now? Some Greenroom Chatter for November 8, 2008

November 9, 2008
Ever wonder what happened to the actors and actresses from your favorite cancelled shows? They're keeping busy on TV shows like Heroes and According to Jim, on web-only projects and movies. Here's where you'll be able to find performers like Logan Marshall-Green (Traveler), Dylan McDermott (Big Shots), Nicki Aycox (Ed, Supernatural), Justin Baldoni (Everwood), Seth Green (Four Kings), Brekin Meyer (King of the Hill), Justin Long (Ed), Josh Charles (Six Degrees), Christina Ricci (Ally McBeal), Eric Estrada (CHiPs), Lee Majors (The Six Million Dollar Man), Kevin Falls and James Van Der Beek (Dawson's Creek), David Denman (Angel, The Office), David Faustino (Married with Children), Corin Nemec (Stargate SG-1), Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show), Brad Garrett (Til Death), and Jonathan Lipnicki (Meego). To start off, Logan Marshall-Green (Traveler) and Dylan McDermott (Big Shots) have signed on to The Line, a Jerry Bruckheimer-produced pilot being made for TNT. It follows a group of undercover LAPD cops as they "walk the line" between doing their job and being seduced by easy money. The Line also stars Nicki Aycox (Ed, recently Supernatural). Word is that Justin Baldoni (Everwood) has landed a role in a couple of episodes of NBC's Heroes. He'll be playing a young surfer dude named Andy who works at a Southern California comic shop. Seth Green (Four Kings) and Brekin Meyer (King of the Hill) are also slated to play comic fans as well.

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