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People Interview

With the promotion of Miracle Workers Dark Ages Dan did the People magazine’s One Last Thing Interview from the February 17th issue. You can read the high res version in our gallery.


Posted by Marcie on February 17th, 2020
Magazines , Miracle Workers , People , TV

Miracle Workers Dark Ages Captures

New captures from Episodes 2-4. You can view it all in our gallery. Thanks to the help of Rory for sorting them.




Posted by Marcie on February 24th, 2020
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Miracle Workers Dark Ages

Huge Update for Miracle Workers Dark Ages. 42 new stills have been posted from episodes 1-7. Including 14 Promotional photos from the Season.



Posted by Marcie on March 13th, 2020
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Miracle Workers: Dark Ages History Lesson

The video down below was originally released on Twitter in separate parts. If you missed them you can see them all below.

The Dark Ages were a very weird time. Daniel Radcliffe is here to give you a brief history lesson of the Dark Ages.

We also have screen captures from episodes 5-7. And currently working on 8 and 9. One new pic has been added also from Episode 9. You can also view it on our facebook group: Miracle Workers Dark Ages

TELEVISION SHOWS > 2018 | Miracle Workers > Season 2 > Captures > Episode 005 | Holiday

TELEVISION SHOWS > 2018 | Miracle Workers > Season 2 > Captures > Episode 006 | Music Festival

TELEVISION SHOWS > 2018 | Miracle Workers > Season 2 > Captures > Episode 007 | Day in Court

Posted by Marcie on March 28th, 2020
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Miracle Workers Dark Ages Captures

I uploaded new captures from episodes 8 and 9 to the gallery a few days ago. Episode 10 is premiering tomorrow so captures of those will be coming very soon. You can view a clip from episode 10 down below.



Posted by Marcie on March 31st, 2020
TV , Miracle Workers

Miracle Workers: Dark Ages

New stills for episodes 9 and 10. You can preview those in our gallery.



Posted by Marcie on April 3rd, 2020
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Miracle Workers Season 1 Stills

New stills from Miracle Workers Season 1 have been posted there are more to post so I will do that very soon. Stills have been posted from most episodes except episode 4 and 6.

Television > 2018 | Miracle Workers > Season 1 > Stills > Episode 001 | 2 Weeks

Television > 2018 | Miracle Workers > Season 1 > Promotional Photos

Posted by Marcie on April 24th, 2020
Gallery Update , TV , Miracle Workers

Miracle Workers Dark Ages Episode 10 Captures

Add 244 captures of Episode 10 of Miracle Workers Dark Ages.

Television > 2018 | Miracle Workers > Season 2 > Captures > Episode 010 | Moving Out Part 2

Posted by Marcie on April 24th, 2020
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Miracle Workers Season 1

More stills have been added from Season 1 of Miracle Workers. Including 5 updated promotional pics.

Television > 2018 | Miracle Workers > Season 1 > Stills

Television > 2018 | Miracle Workers > Season 1 > Promotional Photos

Posted by Marcie on April 27th, 2020
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Vanity Fair Q and A

Dan and the cast of Miracle Workers appeared at the Variety Streaming Room via at home to discuss Season 2 and how they navigated keeping the spirit of the show within a new setting.

Posted by Marcie on June 28th, 2020
Miracle Workers , TV

Miracle Workers Season 3

The third season of Miracle Workers is taking us to the Old West

Set in the year 1844, Miracle Workers Season 3 will follow an idealistic small-town preacher (Radcliffe) who teams up with a wanted outlaw (Buscemi) and a liberated prairie wife (Viswanathan) to lead a wagon train west on the Oregon Trail across an American landscape which, much like today, is fraught with both promise and peril.

No news of when filming starts or a release date but we will keep you posted.

Posted by Marcie on October 23rd, 2020
Dan News , TV , Miracle Workers

First Look: Miracle Workers Season 3

Set in the 1840s, an idealistic small-town preacher (Daniel Radcliffe) teams up with a wanted outlaw (Steve Buscemi) and a liberated prairie wife (Geraldine Viswanathan) to lead a wagon train west on the Oregon Trail, in a comedic adventure across an American landscape which — like today — is fraught with both peril and promise.

Posted by Marcie on March 17th, 2021
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Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail

New promo trailer for Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail series. Watch the teaser below.

Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail (Season 3 Premiere, Tuesday, July 13, 10:30/9:30c)

Posted by Marcie on May 19th, 2021
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Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail Trailer

New trailer for the new season of Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail, plus new stills too.

Posted by Marcie on June 8th, 2021
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New trailer for Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail

Here’s the second trailer for Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail also there is a few clips on Buffalo Chips and Independence Rock.

Posted by Marcie on July 7th, 2021
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Dan Reflects on 20th Anniversary of ‘Harry Potter’ Films

Daniel Radcliffe is taking a look back at his Harry Potter days. This November will be the 20th anniversary of the film franchise. Unfortunately, the 31-year-old actor says there are “no plans at the moment” to do a special reunion to celebrate the event.

Posted by Marcie on July 8th, 2021
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Extra Interview

Extra’s” Cheslie Kryst spoke with Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi as they promoted the third season of “Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail.”

Posted by Marcie on July 8th, 2021
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Steve Varley Interview

Steve chats with Daniel and Steve all about “Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail.” Daniel also reveals if he plans on being a director one day and Steve breaks down exactly what it means to be an executive producer.

Posted by Marcie on July 9th, 2021
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Access Interview

Dan is opening up about playing Harry Potter, nearly 20 years after the first film was released. Access Hollywood caught up with the star, who is reflecting on his time as the famous wizard. “Franky, I was learning to act a lot of those years,” he said. “Harry was a character that was obviously changing and developing a lot so it wasn’t playing the same thing every year.” Daniel is now starring as a preacher in season three of “Miracle Workers” alongside Steve Buscemi. He compared his time on the show, where he changes character each season, to his longstanding role in “Harry Potter.” “There was a lot to keep me interested [in the “Harry Potter” films], but then there is something joyous about getting to do this thing that you know you’re only going to do once,” he said. Steve echoed his sentiment, comparing his role on “Boardwalk Empire” to the Outlaw he plays in the new season of “Miracle Workers.”

Posted by Marcie on July 9th, 2021
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Live with Kelly and Ryan

Dan talks about the third season of the anthology series “Miracle Workers” and what it’s like doing comedy with Steve Buscemi.

View more clips after the jump

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Posted by Marcie on July 9th, 2021
The Lost City of D , Dan News , Movies , TV , Miracle Workers

The Movie Dweeb Interview

Daniel Radcliffe said a Harry Potter table read would be unlikely, after he – as well as his co-stars – aged so much. Daniel’s Miracle Workers co-star, Steve Buscemi, also hoped to appear in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film.

Posted by Marcie on July 10th, 2021
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NPR Interview

NPR’s Scott Simon talks with actors Steve Buscemi and Daniel Radcliffe about the new season of their TV comedy series, “Miracle Workers.” This time, they’re in a wagon train on the Oregon Trail.

Read the transcript at NPR’s website.

Posted by Marcie on July 10th, 2021
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Really Famous Interview

Here’s a Sneak Peek at the upcoming Really Famous Interview

Posted by Marcie on July 11th, 2021
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CNN Interview

Dan talks about Miracle Workers Oregon Trail along with the Cast

Posted by Marcie on July 12th, 2021
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Cinema Blend Interview

During Dan’s press for Miracle Workers Oregon Trail, Cinema Blend asked Dan why his reaction to the Harry Potter Films has changed over the years.

Posted by Marcie on July 12th, 2021
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More Interviews

3 more interviews for Dan have popped up via Youtube. You can view those down below. Since I have Miracle Workers on a playlist. They will play in sequence – E!, Collider and The Nerds of Color.

Posted by Marcie on July 12th, 2021
Miracle Workers , Dan News , TV

KTLA Interview

New interview with KTLA Channel 5 about Miracle Workers Oregon Trail. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on July 19, 2021.

Posted by Marcie on July 24th, 2021
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More Miracle Workers Stills

New Stills from Season 3 of Miracle Workers is now up from episodes 3, 4, 5 and 8. Also included is new promotional photos.

Posted by Marcie on August 4th, 2021
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Miracle Workers Screen Captures

Added new captures from Miracle Workers Oregon Trail Episodes 1-4.

Posted by Marcie on August 5th, 2021
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New wallpapers

I made two new wallpapers. One of Dan from December Boys and the other from Miracle Workers Oregon Trail

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Posted by Marcie on August 7th, 2021
Fan Art , TV , Miracle Workers

Miracle Workers Bloopers

New video from Miracle Workers Oregon Trail, showing bloopers from this season.

Posted by Marcie on August 10th, 2021
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Miracle Workers “What in Tarnation?”

New promo video for Season 3 of Miracle Workers. The actors discuss what the following objects are or at least try to.

Posted by Marcie on August 10th, 2021
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New Interview with Hoda and Jenna

New Interview with Dan and Geraldine for Miracle Workers Oregon Trail. Will post clip in Youtube form its available.

Posted by Marcie on August 18th, 2021
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New stills from Miracle Workers

New Stills from Episode 7 of Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail. Also Dan did some promoting for Miracle Workers and was on Sirius XM.

Posted by Marcie on August 18th, 2021
TV , Miracle Workers

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Dan returns to The Late Show to talk about his experience playing the Oregon Trail video game, the joys of working with his girlfriend, and the secret behind his wildly funny dance performance in “Miracle Workers.”

A Behind the scenes video of Dan backstage can be viewed here. The video will play at Dan’s appearance.

Posted by Marcie on August 19th, 2021
Dan News , TV , Miracle Workers

Dan on Sirius XM

Dan has been promoting Miracle Workers Oregon Trail and on this radio show he talks about that, a screenplay he wrote and no one has contacted him about future Harry Potter films. There are four clips.

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Posted by Marcie on August 20th, 2021
Miracle Workers , Dan News , TV

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Daniel Radcliffe played iconic characters in some of the most-watched films and shows of our lifetime, but does he remember the plot lines? Find out how the star of “Miracle Workers” fares in this episode of The Late Show’s “Plot Roulette.”

Posted by Marcie on August 31st, 2021
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New Stills from Miracle Workers Oregon Trail

Updated and uploaded new stills from Episodes 8-10. Enjoy!

Posted by Marcie on September 15th, 2021
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TV & Satellite Week

New scans from Tv & Satellite Week of October 2-8

Posted by Marcie on September 30th, 2021
TV and Satellite Week , Gallery Update , TV , Magazines , Miracle Workers

Miracle Workers Oregon Trail Featurette

Posted by Marcie on October 23rd, 2021
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Miracle Workers Season 4

Coming in 2022 a new season of Miracle Workers with a new story, same cast.

Posted by Marcie on November 4th, 2021
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Miracle Workers: Season 3 BTS

New Behind the Scenes pics from Joshua Cote on the set of Season 3 of Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail

Posted by Marcie on January 16th, 2022
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2022 HCA TV Nominations

The Hollywood Critics Association will have a two-night celebration at The Beverly Hilton, with the broadcast network and cable TV awards ceremony being held on Aug. 13. The streaming awards ceremony will take place on Aug. 14.

Miracle Workers is up for some nominations they are listed below.

  • Best Directing in a Broadcast Network or Cable Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Movie
    Steve Buscemi, Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail “Over the Mountain” (TBS)
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Movie
    Steve Buscemi, Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail (TBS)
  • Best Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Limited Series, Anthology Series, or TV Movie
    Geraldine Viswanathan, Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail (TBS)
  • Best Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Limited Series, Anthology Series, or TV Movie
    Daniel Radcliffe, Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail (TBS)
  • Best Broadcast Network or Cable Limited or Anthology Series
    Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail (TBS)

Posted by Marcie on July 9th, 2022
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Will Miracle Workers Season 4 air on HBO Max?

American DadMiracle Workers and Snowpiercer Among TBS/TNT Series in Limbo Amid Scripted Exodus

Believed to be the cabler’s last remaining live-action comedy, Miracle Workers was renewed for Season 4 in November — also pre-merger. The pickup was announced in tandem with a series order for Damon Wayans Jr. comedy Kill the Orange-Faced Bear… which was subsequently killed by WBD in April, just a week out from production.

While the Daniel Radcliffe/Steve Buscemi anthology is currently shooting Season 4, it seems unlikely the new episodes will air on TBS. But there is hope: Unlike Chad and SnowpiercerMiracle Workers has not disappeared from HBO Max, signaling a potential jump to the streamer.

Source: TVLine 

Posted by Marcie on July 22nd, 2022
Dan News , TV , Miracle Workers

Miracle Workers Captures

Last captures from Season 3 of Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail from Episode 5-10. You can view it all in the gallery. More will be posted on SimplyErinDarke and Geraldine Viswanathan Network.

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Posted by Marcie on August 11th, 2022
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Miracle Workers: End Times Teaser Trailer

Well we finally have a teaser and an official premiere date. January 16, 2023

Posted by Marcie on October 27th, 2022
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Miracle Workers: End Times

New stills from Miracle Workers for Season 4. In this one Dan and Geraldine play a married couple dealing with normal married couple things in an extreme environment. As they navigate the existential horrors of their arrangement and small-town living, they’re receiving guidance from a wealthy junk trader, played by Steve Buscemi.

Posted by Marcie on November 18th, 2022
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Miracle Workers End Times Sneak Peek

First preview for the new and final season of Miracle Workers: End Times which begins on January 16 on TBS.

Posted by Marcie on December 2nd, 2022
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Miracle Workers: End Times Trailer

First trailer for Season 4 Miracle Workers End Times which begins on January 16 on TBS


Miracle Workers: End Times follows a wasteland warrior (Daniel Radcliffe) and ruthless warlord (Geraldine Viswanathan) as they face the most dystopian nightmare of all: settling down in the suburbs. Together, they navigate the existential horrors of married life and small-town living, all under the dubious guidance of a wealthy junk trader (Steve Buscemi). Also starring Jon Bass as the couple’s faithful war dog and Karan Soni as a kill-bot who loves to party.

Posted by Marcie on December 10th, 2022
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Miracle Workers Not Coming till Summer?

Miracle Workers has been delayed for its 4th season. TBS has not posted a new date as of yet. But the January 16th date is out for now. I’ll be posting a new date for the season when it is announced till then you can re-watch the last 3 previous season on HBOMax and TBS.

Posted by Marcie on January 13th, 2023
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Miracle Workers New Release Date

Miracle Workers Season 4 finally gets it new release date for July 10. See the Trailer below.

Posted by Marcie on May 31st, 2023
Miracle Workers , Dan News , TV

Miracle Workers: Behind the Scenes

Dan shares his favorite moments in Past Seasons of Miracle Workers.

Posted by Marcie on June 10th, 2023
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Miracle Workers: End Times Press Interviews

New interviews have come out from Dan promoting Miracle Workers: End Times which is to come out on July 10 (Monday). Episodes 1 and 2 will come out the same day.. Dan also talked a bit about his son. You can see those video on our Miracle Workers Youtube Playlist. There’s 4 videos to see.

Posted by Marcie on July 8th, 2023
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Miracle Workers: End Times Custom Jackets

Miracle Workers is promoting a Giveaway of Custom Jackets by custom designers. View all jacket designs at the following links: Jacket 1, Jacket 2, Jacket 3, Jacket 4. More on how to win them on July 10.

Posted by Marcie on July 8th, 2023
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Miracle Workers: End Times

Screen Captures from the first episode of Miracle Workers: End Times are in the gallery. I added them back in January, hence now that its official I will continue with the second episode. Caps featuring Geraldine and Erin are on their sites and are now viewable to the public.

Posted by Marcie on July 11th, 2023
Miracle Workers , Dan News , TV

The Movie Dweeb Interview

Here’s a new interview done, by Daniel. No not Daniel Radcliffe, Daniel M (The Interviewer). Here Daniel talks about Miracles Workers, his son, and which character he would like to play in the Potter-verse.

Posted by Marcie on July 14th, 2023
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Extra Interview

New interview from Extra during the Miracle Workers Press Junket.

Posted by Marcie on July 18th, 2023
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Miracle Workers Episode 10

Miracle Workers: End Times is featuring its last episode of the season and the Anthology. Next Week will be the Series Finale.

Posted by Marcie on August 24th, 2023
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Miracle Workers Season 4 Captures

New Captures from where I left off before transferring all the sites to their new home. So I did from Episodes 2-5. Will try and finish the remaining episodes soon.

Posted by Marcie on March 29th, 2024
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Screen Captures of Miracle Workers: Dark Ages

I’ve done 273 screen captures for the first episode of Miracle Workers: Dark Ages. You can view them in the gallery.


Posted by Marcie on January 29th, 2020
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USA Today Interview

“Dark Ages” is the second installment of the “Miracle Workers” anthology series, created by Simon Rich (FXX’s “Man Seeking Woman”) and both starring Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi and Geraldine Viswanathan. But while Season 1 was based on Rich’s 2013 book “What in God’s Name” and followed low-level angels in a corporate version of heaven, Season 2 is set in Medieval times, as the bumbling Chauncley grapples with inheriting the throne from his bloodthirsty father (Peter Serafinowicz). 

Radcliffe, 30, says “Dark Ages” is “Game of Thrones” meets “The Simpsons,” and strikes a unique tone of being “sweet and charming, but also very profane and stupid and funny.” He chats with USA TODAY about the show, and life after “Harry Potter.” 

Question: What are some similarities between your characters Craig (in Season 1) and Chauncley (in Season 2)? 

Daniel Radcliffe: They’re both socially inept but come from completely different places. Craig’s social ineptitude is caused by him being overly analytical and self-aware, whereas Chauncley has no self-awareness. He starts as someone who’s psychotically stupid, and his journey is one of starting to become a good person by the end. It’s a very different role for me – I’ve never done anything this broad before. It’s very hard to find a grounded and subtle way of playing someone who dances with ducks. 

Q: Given the medieval setting, did you have to learn how to swordfight or ride horses? 

Radcliffe: I got out of that, thankfully. When we were first doing the show, I was like, “I’m definitely going to have to ride.” I can get on a horse and go from point A to point B, but I don’t love it. I also didn’t have to do any sort of fighting, because my character’s a coward. Really, the only thing I had to do was called “duck training,” where I’d stand there for 10 minutes, and the (animal handlers) would be like, “Pick up the duck. Now put it down again. Cool, need anything else from us?” 

Q: Aside from the cast, are there any connective threads between the stories in seasons 1 and 2?  

Radcliffe: We discovered some as we were going along, but I don’t even know if they’re intentional. It’s really little things, like a scene where me and Geraldine’s character end up spreading a map out on a table and poring over it and working out a plan, which is an echo of something from the first season, (which was) thematically about finding the bravery to be yourself. And the second has a more parental theme: How do we love our parents, and how do we move away from (them)? But done in the craziest, most heightened context.  

Q: You’ve appeared in Broadway shows, independent films and now TV series in the decade since “Harry Potter.” What was the most difficult part of making that transition? 

Radcliffe: There’s a lovely thing, which is that I’m open to some weirder stuff. Well, maybe other people say it’s weird, but I just think it’s fun. And weird begets weird, so then you become known for responding to those scripts and get sent (them). What I had to learn is that I’m in a position very few actors are in, which is you have autonomy over your career. And because “Potter” has been very good to me financially, you can pick and choose some (projects) purely because it makes you happy. 

There was a stage where I thought I should be doing a certain type of film, and it was a very valuable lesson to learn that, “Oh, I shouldn’t necessarily do something because it’s the right thing to do on paper.” I was very worried at the end of “Potter,” because I didn’t know what the future was going to be or what my life was like without that thing. But if you told me then that in 10 years, I’d have made films like “Horns” and “Kill Your Darlings” and “Guns Akimbo” and “Swiss Army Man,” I’d have bitten your hand off. “Potter” was this amazing start, and then I had to step back and say, “OK, what do you want your career to be?”

Q: I spoke to your “Harry Potter” co-star Rupert Grint, who said he recently re-watched “Sorcerer’s Stone” (released in 2001, when Radcliffe was just 11 years old). Have you seen any of the movies lately? 

Radcliffe: Yeah, I was at the gym on Thanksgiving and it was just on on a loop on some channel. I came into the gym and there was a little bit of recognition at the door, but it settled down and I was like, “OK, cool, cool.” And then I get on the treadmill and look up, and it’s (expletive) me in the third film (“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”)! It’s funny. I don’t know if I can watch them, just because I don’t know if I’m ready for that opioid-level hit of nostalgia. It would be too much of a mixture of sadness and happiness and embarrassment. But I will watch them again at some point. It’s definitely not something I seek out, though. 

Source: USAToday

Posted by Marcie on January 29th, 2020
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Entertainment Weekly Interview

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: When you signed on to the first season of Miracle Workers, there was always the plan to make it an anthology series. How did Simon decide on this Dark Ages setting and story line?
DANIEL RADCLIFFE: Simon is somebody who is a bit of a history nerd, and Simon’s brain looked at a lot of the potential situations in that world and just saw something he could make very, very funny. There is some stuff in the show that is really obviously heightened, that is very crazy, but it’s not that far off from the kind of stuff that was going on in medieval Europe. We have a goat on trial, and that is actually something that is completely true and something that happened with semi-regularity in medieval Europe. There really were animals put on trial for things, so it’s quite rich pickings for comedy.

The first season played with our common perceptions of the afterlife and God, and this is certainly a different take on the Middle Ages than we’re used to seeing — less Game of Thrones, more medieval sitcom. What do you most enjoy about the expectations or world this is subverting?
As you say, it complicates people’s notions of what these archetypes of certain characters would be, and Simon finds the means to subvert them. My character, for instance, is essentially a stupid prince in the way you might expect one to exist, but then we gradually watch him become more human as the series goes on. With how beautiful the sets are and how well lit it is, it has the look of Game of Thrones, but the jokes and the format of The Simpsons.

It’s so fun to see this repertory company of actors shaking things up, taking on very different roles from season 1. Did you draw straws for them? How did that all shake out?
No, not at all. My one request, or the thing I was most excited about, was that we would actually all be on set together for this series, because certain structural things in the first [season] — I never had scenes with Jon Bass, for example, because he was on earth and I was in heaven. I was very excited to actually have the cast all combined for this series this time around, and get to do stuff with them. It was me, Steve, and Geraldine’s characters that I remember Simon talking about first. The joy of working with somebody like Simon is that I don’t know if there’s anybody else that I know well enough that I could just trust and be like, “Whatever you write for the next few years, I will be happy to perform.” I am in such awe of his ability. I’ve been in the writers’ room with him and watched him be forensic and amazing about a story in a way that I have admiration for. I feel very safe in his hands. I would pretty much do whatever he writes — I have to be careful saying that.

Your character has… I guess we could call it an affinity for ducks. What is one surprising thing you learned from working with live ducks?
[Laughs] It’s unfortunate to say that the one thing I learned about them is that they smell worse than you’d expect, but there was a lot of duck s— happening when you’ve got multiple ducks on set, and it is a very distinctive smell. Karan Soni will confirm that once you’ve smelt it, it’s a smell you can identify anywhere, and as soon as they’re around you’re like, “Oh, the ducks are here.” They’re quite hard to train. Originally it was going to be geese, and they were like, “No, geese are a nightmare. That’s not going to happen.” We had three ducks that were the main ducks — they were called in British film terminology the hero ducks — and they would be brought to set. They were very good. You would set them in a certain spot and they would kind of do what they were told, and then you would get the other ducks on set and it’d be like, “Okay, let’s see what happens.”

It sounds like a bit of a clusterduck.
[Laughs] Yes, you could say that. I can’t believe I never thought of that in 10 weeks of filming!

How would you describe Chauncley, and in particular his relationship with his father? What journey can we expect this season?
At the beginning, Chauncley is intensely lonely and psychotically stupid. He’s an individual who has no empathy or self-awareness whatsoever, and the journey throughout — he meets Alexandra, Geraldine’s character, and she begins to open him up to a new world and between her and Karan, he gradually learns he does not have to follow in his tyrannical father’s footsteps. [She] helps him become more human and nice toward the end.

You and Geraldine have an easy rapport and natural chemistry. Is that story one of friendship or her making you more politically aware?
That friendship grows and maybe blossoms into something else, but Chauncley’s obviously not very good at that. He doesn’t really know what to do with these new feelings. But it is also about her just making him realize that there is life outside of the castle, and there is life outside of the line of murderous tyrants that he comes from. He does not necessarily have to follow in their footsteps. I would say that she learns stuff from me, but I don’t think she does — I think I just kind of help out at key moments, but it’s very rare that I’m speaking out as a character. Chauncley does not have a lot of speeches, bless him.

This is the first project you’ve done since Harry Potter where you got to have that experience of coming back together as a group to tell a story with deepened relationships and familiarity with one other — but now with the added element of taking on a new set of characters. If you had the luxury of doing that on Potter, which character would you have wanted to jump into?
Oh God, I guess Lupin and Sirius Black are both incredibly cool characters. Though I have to say, it’s also [because] I probably am biased a little because I love both the actors [David Thewlis and Gary Oldman] that played them. But yeah, I’d probably have to say one of those two.

You’ve been in rehearsals for Endgame on the West End, and I saw Alan Cumming’s photo with your director’s notes saying, “Actors fried.” You’ve done classic musical theater, Martin McDonagh, Peter Shaffer. Where does Beckett rank in difficulty level for you, in terms of language and approach?
Right up there at the very top. It’s tough, and I’m so glad I’m subjected to it with Alan and with [director] Richard Jones. It’s an amazing team that I’m getting to work with. It’s really tricky material, and it requires a lot of precision. Hopefully, it will come out right. But you’re definitely talking to me at a period of rehearsals where I’m like, “Oh my God.” It really is the hardest thing I’ve done.

Prince Chauncley is a bit more song-and-dance than warmonger. Do you want to do another musical, and if so do you have one in particular you want to do?
I would love to do another musical, but you have to genuinely commit for a long time. That’s not the case with plays, normally. You generally have to commit for a lot longer, and then you have to really love it. You have to absolutely know going in. You have to love doing that show, and be able to love it for a year. So I definitely want to do a musical again, but I’m not going to do it until I’m sure of that.

Posted by Marcie on January 29th, 2020
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Live with Kelly and Ryan

Dan was on Live with Kelly this week. I posted a few clips from the show on our Miracle Workers facebook group. On the show he talked about Miracle Workers, Endgame and Potter. Those clips can be seen below also hoping to post the full interview soon. The clip they played with the interview was from Miracle Workers it was a clip with the bard and his playlist. Picture of Kelly and Ryan with Dan is below.

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Posted by Marcie on January 24th, 2020
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New scans and more

Sorry about the lack of updates been sick with the flu, but we have new scans for you from TV and Satellite Week and Radio Times, more rehearsal pics from Endgame and a few graphic edits contributed by members which I will be posting soon.




Posted by Marcie on January 24th, 2020
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Miracle Workers: Dark Ages Stills and More

New stills from Miracle Workers and also a new video from the making of. You can view the video down below.


Posted by Marcie on January 16th, 2020
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Miracle Workers: Dark Ages Sneak Peek

New sneak peek of Miracle Workers: Dark Ages. Also today was the Warnermedia TCA for Miracle Workers. Dan was on satellite due to being in London for his play Endgame that will start in a couple of weeks on January 27. And 1 new still was added to the gallery.



Posted by Marcie on January 15th, 2020
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Miracle Workers: Dark Ages

Here’s the full trailer for Miracle Workers: Dark Ages coming January 28

Posted by Marcie on December 10th, 2019
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Miracle Workers Dark Ages Teaser Trailer

Dan has been filming in Prague for the second season of Miracle Workers and has just finished wrapping it up. It seems pretty fast for a teaser to be up. But here it is. Coming January 28 at 10:30 p.m.

Here’s also the new poster for the new season

Miracle Workers Season 2

Posted by Marcie on November 20th, 2019
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Miracle Workers not staying in Atlanta

TBS’s “Miracle Workers,” a satirical comedy which aired season one earlier this year, is Simon Rich’s version of “American Horror Story.” He plans to use the same core actors each year but in completely different settings. 

Daniel Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi, Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni are all returning for the second season.  

Season two will be in a medieval setting, a far cry from “Heaven Inc.” in season one where Radcliffe played a low-level employee trying to keep God (Buscemi) from blowing Earth up. 

According to Deadline.com, season two will revolve around a group of villagers in the Dark Ages trying to stay positive in an age of inequality and fake news.

Season one was shot largely at an old OFS plant off Jimmy Carter Blvd. and I-85. 

UPDATE August 5: I was just informed by Turner that the second season will actually be shooting overseas. This is similar to TBS’s “The Detour,” which was shot locally in Atlanta but moved elsewhere subsequent seasons. 

Source: AJC

Posted by Marcie on August 13th, 2019
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Miracle Workers Cast plays Catch Phrase

The cast of the comedy series Miracle Workers joined Vulture at their Emmy Studio in New York, where they played a game of Catch Phrase. Watch actors Daniel Radcliffe, Karan Soni, Steve Buscemi, and Geraldine Viswanathan square off with Miracle Workers creator Simon Rich.

Posted by Marcie on June 21st, 2019
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Warnermedia Upfront

Dan attended the Warnermedia Upfront Event in NYC for the recent announcement of Miracle Workers Season 2. You can read below more about it and see pics and video from the event.

The new season is described as follows: It will be a medieval story about friendship, family and trying not to be murdered, centered on a group of villagers in the dark ages trying to stay positive in an age of inequality and fake news. Dan Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi, and first season regulars Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni will be returning in new roles.

EVENT APPEARANCES > Other > 2019 > 05.15.19 | Warnermedia Upfront

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Posted by Marcie on May 16th, 2019
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Miracle Workers renewed for Season 2

TBS announced the renewal of the Simon Rich-created anthology series Miracle Workers on Wednesday, starring Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi. The pair, who respectively played a low-level angel and God in the comedy’s freshman season, will be back alongside costars Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni to tell an entirely new story.

In season 2, the Lorne Michaels-produced series will focus on a group of villagers during the Dark Ages who are trying to stay positive in a time of inequality and fake news. It’s a medieval tale about family, friendship, and trying not to get murdered.

“Simon’s brain is very inventive, and he’s very excited about the next chapter,” Soni said during the show’s presentation at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour earlier this year.

“There’s this whole world he’s created for all of us to play new parts,” he continued. “We’ll be paired up with actors that we didn’t work with enough in the first one. We all get along so well, so we’re excited to do something together again that’ll be totally different. It’s rare as an actor to get that type of opportunity where we just reset each year.”

Rich added, “This is one of the reasons we hired such a versatile cast who have so many different moves and so many different strengths. We are trying to do this sort of repertory company where people can play wildly different characters.”

Radcliffe fell in love with Rich’s books years ago and was determined to work with the Man Seeking Woman creator.

“My girlfriend gave me a copy of What in God’s Name, and I loved it,” the Harry Potter star said at TCA. “Then, I read more of his short stories and thought about how amazing he is. I knew I had to meet him. When I did, I told him that if he ever did anything with the book that I’d love to work with him on it in any capacity. About a year later, he phoned me about making it into a TV series and I told him to count me all in. And if we get another season, I can’t wait to see what he comes up with for us.”

TBS reports that Miracle Workers reached an audience of 26.4 million viewers across all its platforms. No premiere date for the show’s sophomore season has been announced as of yet.

Source: EW

Posted by Marcie on May 15th, 2019
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92 Y: Miracle Workers Q and A

Today Dan attended 92 Street Y with a Q and A about Miracle Workers. Currently there is no online video but pictures have been added in the gallery.

INTERVIEWS > 2019 > 05.14.19 | 92 Y Miracle Workers Q and A

Posted by Marcie on May 14th, 2019
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Miracle Workers: Behind the scenes

I posted this on facebook and twitter, but here’s Dan shaving his beard after the first episode premiered of Miracle Workers. You can see the post it on the mirror saying Craig gets clean shaven from Scene 34 101

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > Behind the Scenes

Posted by Marcie on April 11th, 2019
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Episode 7: Miracle Workers Captures

339 captures for Episode 7 of Miracle Workers. Also includes Inside the Episode Captures

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > Captures > Episode 007

Posted by Marcie on March 31st, 2019
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Miracle Workers Season Finale

Tonight is Miracle Workers last episode. So far through it all it has been an amazing experience. I loved the show a lot and crossing fingers for a second season. Some promotional images and stills have been released via Warner TV France. I have posted those and also I just uploaded new scans from Tele Cable Sat Weekly. On a good note I am taking the day off on Friday to have a bit of Birthday Fun.

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Posted by Marcie on March 26th, 2019
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Miracle Workers Captures

I finally posted captures of episodes 5 and 6 for Miracle Workers they also include Inside the Episode content.

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > Captures > Episode 005

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > Captures > Episode 006

Posted by Marcie on March 22nd, 2019
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Episode 4: Miracle Workers Captures

352 Captures from Miracle Workers Episode 4. Also includes Inside the Episode Captures

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > Captures > Episode 004

Posted by Marcie on March 7th, 2019
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Miracle Workers Captures

New 352 captures from Episode 3 of Miracle Workers. Also includes Inside the Episode Captures

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > Captures > Episode 003

Posted by Marcie on March 3rd, 2019
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Episode 2: Miracle Workers Captures

New 390 captures from Episode 2 of Miracle Workers. Also includes Inside the Episode Captures

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > Captures > Episode 002

Posted by Marcie on February 21st, 2019
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Carson Daly Interview

Here’s the full interview that was on Carson Daly last night. Enjoy

Posted by Marcie on February 20th, 2019
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ET Canada Interview

Daniel Radcliffe and screenwriter Simon Rich chat with ET Canada all about their new series “Miracle Workers”. Plus, Radcliffe shares why he loves “The Bachelor” and reveals which woman he thinks Colton will give his final rose to.

Posted by Marcie on February 15th, 2019
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Miracle Workers: An Evening with Daniel Radcliffe in a Trailer

Dan on set of Miracle Workers is asked questions how he passes time on set, a card trick he learned on the Now You See Me 2 movie, Game Nights, and Naps.

Posted by Marcie on February 14th, 2019
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TCA Winter Press Tour

Yesterday Dan was at the TCA Winter Press Tour at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa in Pasadena, California. Photos from the event and portraits have been posted.

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > TCA Turner Winter Press Tour 2019

PHOTO SHOOTS > Studio Shoots > 2019 > Winter TCA Portraits

Posted by Marcie on February 12th, 2019
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Bustle Interview

Daniel Radcliffe Is Happy To Be Alive Right Now

Either it’s the cappuccino he downed moments before, or Daniel Radcliffe is really excited to be here. We’re hunkered inside on a particularly frigid January morning, but the 29-year-old actor emanates warmth. There’s an anxious energy that radiates off of him like aerial caffeine, and he speaks with zealous intensity: eyes wide, limbs taut. It’s exactly this quality, I soon realize, that’s endeared him to so many people. Embodying the iconic wizard at the center of the Harry Potterseries at times made him seem larger than life, but in person he’s approachable, effusive, and bracingly unreserved. In less than an hour, we’ve blazed through a half dozen topics most people would take much longer to build to: toxic masculinity, existentialism, questions of fear and failure.

In the years since his star-making turn in Harry Potter, it’s this affability and candor that have come to define who Radcliffe is. There’s an extensive Reddit thread allotted to discussing how rigorously nice he is, and there’s an entire Upworthy post dedicated to the “9 Times Daniel Radcliffe Was The Greatest Human In Hollywood.” It’s not that it’s unprompted: Daniel Radcliffe is enduringly likable, and whether eviscerating the friend zone or skewering double standards, he has a particular knack for doling out the sort of societal hip-checks that can send Twitter into overdrive. But, as Radcliffe points out, none of this is especially impressive.

I think I get a lot of credit because people expect me to be a d*ck.

“People’s image of what a child actor is is often so f*cking terrible that just by being a baseline of decency people are like, ‘Wow, you’re an amazing person!'” he tells me, breaking into asheepish grin. “And it’s like no, I’m just fine. I’m just not actively an asshole. I think I get a lot of credit because people expect me to be a d*ck.”

He adds that he doesn’t necessarily tire of being praised for doing what he considers the bare minimum. “If the worst thing people are saying about me is that I’m nice, then I’m OK with that,” he shrugs. But there was a time when it weighed on him. Coming off of the final Potter film, Radcliffe was grossly preoccupied with public perception: he’d Google himself chronically, frustrated that critics were fixated on his charisma and not his talent. Initially, he picked roles that were purposefully bold: at 17, he famously starred in Equus, a psychosexual stage drama that required prolonged full-frontal nudity. It was a striking, conscious departure meant to distinguish his capabilities as an actor, but it was just as much about shielding his own anticipated inhibitions.

“If the point of it was to show another side of myself and to show that I could do stuff as an actor that people hadn’t seen before, then doing something safe was not going to show that. Not that you have to go full-frontal. [Your only options aren’t] safe, supporting role or just get your dick out,” Radcliffe laughs. “[But] I think it was about taking certain pieces of ammunition away from critics or the press. You could say that I was bad in Equus, but you couldn’t say that I wasn’t trying something interesting.”

Eventually, Radcliffe stepped back from the internet for his own sanity, let go of his thirst for self-affirmation, and started choosing projects not based on how validating they might be, but how personally fulfilling. “There’s always gonna be a modest chip on my shoulder, but in a way that I think is motivating rather than bitter,” Radcliffe explains. “Towards the end of Potter, I would get asked a question a lot that basically amounted to, ‘So, your life’s over. What are you gonna do now?’ There was always a part of me that wanted to prove to those people that no, you can have a good, fun, varied career after having been famous for one thing for a while. But honestly, my main goal now is a lot less about proving stuff to people and more about just being happy.”

Posing for photos in Bustle’s studio, Radcliffe does have a palpable levity. He’s diligent, yet loose: bopping along to the British rap-rock of Jamie T’s “Sheila,”dropping his shoulders, wagging his eyebrows. He chatters excitedly about his recent discovery of English pop band Superorganism, and how much he “f*cking loves” New York, where he now lives roughly half the year (the other half, of course, in London). He’s spent the last decade acting in a smorgasbord of idiosyncratic art films — an eclectic catalog reflective of his own wide-ranging tastes. He’s a documented fan of Sharknado movies, enjoys indulging in midday Scrabble games and fantasy football leagues, and recently revealed he’s an unashamed Bachelor obsessive. He gravitates toward projects because he’s passionate about them, and because, as he once told NME, he “likes things that do whatever the f*ck they want at all times.”

That includes Miracle Workers, TBS’ heady new afterlife comedy in which he stars as a skittish angel named Craig. The show’s portrayal of heaven is corporatized and chaotic: God (Steve Buscemi) is the apathetic, embittered CEO of Heaven, Inc., and Craig a lowly employee. He works in the long-neglected Department of Answered Prayers, helping mortals to find lost keys and misplaced gloves. The tone is cynical, but silly — a bit of a reprieve for Radcliffe, who, having played a stranded-in-the-Amazon adventurist in 2017’s Jungle and a crunched-for-time cocaine smuggler in 2018’s Beast of Burdenis fresh off a run of somber, high-intensity film roles.

In Miracle Workers, his character is idealistic and pure in heart, a rise-to-the-occasion paladin not unlike the young boy wonder that came to consume his childhood. After God decides he’d rather implode Earth than clean up the mess he’s made of it, Craig and newcomer Eliza (Blockers‘ Geraldine Viswanathan) make a deal with him to try and save humanity: get two mutually smitten but hopelessly awkward 20-somethings to kiss, and the timed detonator will halt the clock. What follows is a haphazard, dispiriting, and often futile venture, but according to Radcliffe, there’s beauty in the attempt.

“It’s certainly a picture of heaven that most people will be like, ‘I hope it’s not like that,'” he concedes. “There are parts of it that are slightly defeatist, but I also think there’s something really joyous in the fact that even amidst all that chaos, there are people in there trying to make a difference and trying to do something really important and help people.”

“The amount of sh*t that had to go right for us to exist if there is no God is miraculous. That is truly something that makes me feel amazed by my own existence constantly.”

As in similarly-minded series like The Good Place and Russian Doll, Miracle Workersraises questions about free will, fate, and purpose without offering concrete answers, but Radcliffe is more assertive in his views. “To me there’s never been anything depressing about [not believing in God] as much as there’s been something liberating. There’s no assigned meaning to life, so you can make it mean what you want it to be for you,” he explains. For him, an absence of faith doesn’t preclude an optimistic outlook. “The amount of sh*t that had to go right for us to exist if there is no God is miraculous. That is truly something that makes me feel amazed by my own existence constantly.”

For Radcliffe, though, the show’s appeal wasn’t so much about probing his place in the world as it was about conveying a deep part of himself he wouldn’t have otherwise been able to express — it’s one of two projects, he says, that reflect his “personal life philosophy.” The first is his so-called “farting corpse” movie Swiss Army Man, a frank-humored 2016 indie that, much as actors do in their art, finds comfort in the power of imagination. The other is this series, an equally strange but more accessible story about believing in good — even in the smallest of increments — amid a world that’s all but abandoned any hope.

“Craig’s miracles are pathetic when you first meet him … [but] the fact that he can [make someone’s] day just slightly better for a moment is more than enough for him, and I think that’s my way of seeing the world,” Radcliffe says. “The world has always been screwed up and will continue to always be screwed up. I have so much admiration for people who wake up in the morning and go like, ‘My mission today is that I’m going to help stop climate change’ or ‘I’m gonna try and solve income inequality.’ For me I just go, ‘I don’t know man. I think the boat might have sailed on that.’ The way I feel most comfortable making a difference is making the lives of the people you are directly in contact with a little bit better every day, just by virtue of being nice or fun or whatever it is.”

It’s a modest sentiment befitting of Radcliffe, who’s spent his career bucking the notion that fame somehow justifies impudence. Hollywood is an insular, often outmoded industry rife with deep-festering problems, but Radcliffe recognizes he might not be the right person to solve them. Instead, he, like Craig, is content to do his part — even if all that means is being kind.

“We feel like we’re in a time of huge turmoil, and we are, and lots of things are changing and it’s very uncomfortable,” Radcliffe says. “But I think the idea that we’re in an especially bad time to be alive right now is just not true. I would still rather be alive at this moment than at literally any other point in history.”

Apparently, it wasn’t the cappuccino after all.

Posted by Marcie on February 12th, 2019
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Dan on Busy Tonight

Dan was on Busy Tonight with Busy Phillips. If you haven’t seen the episode all videos are posted on youtube you can watch them down below.

Photos posted from the show

INTERVIEWS > 2019 > 02.11.19| Busy Tonight

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Posted by Marcie on February 12th, 2019
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Miracle Workers Screen Captures

New captures for the first episode of Miracle Workers. You can view the episode below and the captures in the gallery.

TELEVISION SHOWS > Miracle Workers (2018) > Captures > Episode 001

Posted by Marcie on February 9th, 2019
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The Talk

Yesterday Dan was on The Talk. After seeing the interview I feel more could have been discussed the interview seemed rushed It talked a bit about Miracle Workers, the cast of Dan’s behind on Swiss Army Man and a small bit on an old Potter Joke. But see it here for yourself.

Posted by Marcie on February 9th, 2019
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Dan on Jimmy Kimmel

New photos of Dan on Jimmy Kimmel and video. Dan talked about many topics on Jimmy: Trick or Treating, The Bachelor, and Did he really eat mustard on Miracle Workers. See much more down below.

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INTERVIEWS > 2019 > 02.06.19 | Jimmy Kimmel

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Posted by Marcie on February 7th, 2019
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Collider’s Interview with Dan

Daniel Radcliffe is set to return to TV in TBS’ new comedy series, Miracle Workers. Based on Simon Rich’s book, “What in God’s Name”, this seven-episode limited series turns the perception of heaven on its head while also making the case that humans are worth saving. In the Heaven-sent send-up from the mind behind Man Seeking Woman, Radcliffe plays Craig, a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers. Steve Buscemi plays Craig’s boss, God, who has pretty much checked out to focus on petty hobbies. To prevent Earth’s destruction, Craig and fellow angel Eliza (Geraldine Viswanathan) must answer a seemingly impossible prayer: help two humans, Laura and Sam (played by Sasha Compere and Jon Bass), fall in love.

Also starring Karan Soni (Deadpool), Miracle Workers will feature guest stars Tituss BurgessMargaret ChoAngela KinseyTim MeadowsJohn ReynoldsLolly Adefope and Chris Parnell appearing throughout the season. Look for it on TBS starting February 12th!

During a visit to the Atlanta-area set with a small group of journalists, I had a chance to chat with Radcliffe about Miracle Workers, what drew him to the project, and his parts to play both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. Filming took place in a disused wing of a massive fiber optics factory which acted as a perfect setting for Rich’s particular version of Heaven Inc. We caught up with Radcliffe before he filmed his character Craig’s scenes in the company’s Department of Answered Prayers, where he spends most of his afterlife.

If you’d like a taste of the new series, be sure to watch the official trailer, followed by my set visit interview with Radcliffe:

Miracle Workers is created by Man Seeking Woman creator Simon Rich. It is executive produced by Lorne Michaels and Andrew Singer of Michaels’ Broadway Video, along with Rich, Radcliffe and Buscemi. Broadway Video produces the series in association with Turner’s Studio T.

We had so much fun finding all the random stuff from decades and decades of computer and communications technology on set…

Daniel Radcliffe: I do think that, there’s something lovely about this show. From the moment I sort of started working on it, you could just tell that Simon’s world and the world that he’s built up has kind of inspired everybody, in all the different departments. It’s so rare to get a job where you have to production design Heaven, or find a new take on Heaven, or something like that. And I just think that, that’s the kind of project that … just gives everyone permission to kind of go kind of crazy and just their imagination.

And also just the level of detail. I don’t know if you’ve had the chance to see the books and stuff, in the department of prayers, and all the prayers that are on the wall are all very specific, real prayers with pictures of crew members. It’s a lovely, when you step on to the sets and see that level of detail, I always think that’s a really cool, exciting thing.

So what specifically was it about this project that brought you on board?

Radcliffe: I mean, I think its really like, it was a chance to work with Simon and work with him over hopefully a number of years. And I just think he just has the most unbelievably creative mind and I’m such a fan of all his sort of short stories and his work. I think one of the intimidating things for me about doing TV is that you are often signing on to something having just read a pilot. And that’s crazy to me. And not knowing where that goes is something that would worry me. But there’s something about Simon that I have absolutely no doubt that he would be able to come up with amazing ideas for how [and] where to go with this show. Obviously [the] next series will not be in Heaven, it will be in somewhere totally different.

Hearing how excited Simon was at the prospect of being able to write a show that … there are things that I never considered about writing for TV, but you know, you can’t write an ending, you have to write continuously-open ended stuff. How frustrating that must be, as a writer, so I think, when I hear the excitement in his voice, at the amount of freedom TBS was giving him to just create a world, tell the whole story… So essentially it’s like a long movie, and then you chuck it out and go on to something completely different for the next season.

And, for me as well, that freed me of any of the worry of, “Oh, I’m going to be playing the same character again for a long time, because I’m gonna get to play a different character every year.”

So what was this character? What was intriguing for you?

Radcliffe: Well you know, this first series is obviously based off of Simon’s book, so the character of Craig is pretty much how he is in the book. I think he’s probably become slightly more neurotic and nervous, as the writer started writing for my voice.

In some ways, there are definitely parallels between myself and this character that I see, but I also think the character of Craig kind of functions as an avatar for Simon, himself, in the story. Obviously it’s his creation and his character, but I think there’s definitely a lot of both of us in it.

And also this world. I know Simon has written for Pixar, and The Simpsons, and lots of animated stuff, but I definitely picture this world somehow as–even though I’ve been filming for four weeks–as still being an animated Pixar movie, it just has that, in the same way that Inside Out did. As well as it being a great story, with great characters, there’s an intricacy and a playfulness to the world, where you just want to spend time in it, and see how more of it works. And, to me, that’s a very exciting thing, as an audience member, where you just want to get back to being in that space with all these characters.

This version of Heaven has a corporate name. Can you talk a little bit about the hierarchy and how your character fits into that hierarchy?

Radcliffe: Yes. Very, very lowly. So I think, contrary to what we, as human beings on Earth, would hope for, the answering of our prayers is very low priority in this version of Heaven. Craig, my character, takes an incredible amount of joy and pride in his job, but he’s like a one-man army, he’s literally a one-man band receiving millions of prayers a day; answering like three or four, that’s like a good day.

And so he is somebody who is sort of quite isolated. Because nobody else is really in his department, and he’s developed a certain way of doing things, he’s also very cautious. He’s somebody who, for fear of failing, will not try. He would rather take the path of, “Well, I won’t even try that, because that’s gonna go terribly, badly wrong. So I’ll just stick to my safe prayers that I know that I can get done.”

Then when Eliza comes into the story, in the beginning, she kind of comes in with an attitude of, “Wait, what the hell are you doing? You have an opportunity to make a massive difference to people’s lives, and you’re just sort of doing these tiny trivial prayers.” But then she finds out, in her zeal to try and make a massive difference in the world, that actually it’s very hard to do that without there being some sort of horrible butterfly effect that launches something terrible else halfway around the world.

That’s one of the things in this story that I find, not funniest, because its not funny, but it also is. These guys are working in Heaven. And so, when something goes wrong, it is truly catastrophic on Earth. But they have also been there for 10,000 years, and they’ve seen every variant of an earthquake or every variant of a volcano, or something going wrong. So there’s a certain de-sensitivity, or the i[detachment] of doctors, with the sort of gallows humor of, “Well, okay then, there goes another one. Moving on.”

Simon’s humor, hopefully, combines some very, very light fun stuff with some very, very dark. We are trying to save the world, so at a certain point, the ends justify the means, to a certain extent, for our characters in this series. We do some bad things to people who are getting in our way in order to try and save the world.

You’ve only got seven episodes, so I’m curious about the scope. Do we get to see Craig sort of like, super enthusiastic and then kind of waning over time, or is the story kind of just focused on one particular point in time?

Radcliffe: Yeah, no, it’s focused on one particular, sort of, I guess just over two week time period. But you certainly see everyone kind of run the gamut in that thing.

Simon had a great analogy for the series actually. What he said was it’s kind of like a sports movie in that a lot of the drama from it comes from, not how’s it going to end, but actually how are they going to assemble the team. So it starts off with just me, and I’m useless on my own, and Eliza, and she’s kind of too enthusiastic for her own good on her own. And then we meet and sort of balance each other out. And then it’s about us learning that we’re not enough, so we maybe have to go with some characters who we don’t won’t to, or we find intimidating, and try and bring them into the team. It’s sort of about the ups and downs of the relationships along the way.

And also my favorite description that Simon has is half the movie is like this crazy high-stakes almost action movie … it’s not an action movie, but it’s that sort of feel of incredibly fast tempo and high stakes craziness, all the time. And then the other half is just like this romcom movie about these two kids trying to go on a date. And hopefully the flipping back and forth between these two, and seeing these people on Earth completely unaware of the weight that their story is carrying, and the fact that there are literally angels watching them, depending on their every move … hopefully, a lot of comedy will come from that as well.

How did Craig get this gig?

Radcliffe: That’s a great question.

Is that addressed or not really important?

Radcliffe: I don’t think it’s addressed. Everyone is randomly assigned roles when they get in to Heaven, and it’s random weather you get into Heaven, in our story, as well. There’s one moment when Eliza is trying to rally the troops, and she’s like, “Come on guys, you know, we’re all in Heaven, that means we’re the best humanity has to offer.” And somebody else is like, “No, no, no, that’s not how it works. It’s random.” I think that’s definitely one of the things that Simon has enjoyed, is just like messing with what expectations of Heaven would be, and generally, I think, being pretty disillusioning to people.

But, in terms of how Craig got his job, I assume he was randomly assigned and has just sort of taken to it and loved it, and made it his own.

These angels don’t have wings?

Radcliffe: No, no. No wings, no halos.

You mentioned that this was the earliest that you’d ever been involved in a project. So how did you inform the character of Craig?

Radcliffe: I don’t know. I suppose in a way that I’m not trying to give you no answer, but I think that’s probably more of a question for Simon. Simon and I definitely had conversation about how I saw Craig, particularly in moments at the end of the series. It’s normally like I’d say, “I think maybe Craig needs to have something there to sort of tie that together.” And then Simon goes off and writes an amazing scene. So it’s generally that’s the input I had, was just going, “Maybe something that…” And then Simon did something amazing, and it was exactly what it needed.

I got to be involved in the casting process as well, which was super weird, to be on the other side of that. It was cool, and it made me have so much respect for actors in a way that I maybe didn’t before, frankly. But I don’t know, like I do obviously have respect for actors but, watching loads and loads and loads of tapes of people that had sent tapes in, for various roles. And so you were seeing the same scene again and again and again. And then suddenly you’ll see somebody and like, “Oh, wow, you just said the exact same thing as everyone one else, and suddenly that was completely different and amazing.”

So it was cool being involved in that part of the process. And yeah, I think, as I said, I think Simon and I are quite similar people. I’m like a dumb version of Simon. But I do think, talking about the character, that we were often finding a lot of common ground, particularly around stuff … the most I ever ever feel like myself and comfortable is on set working, and I think that’s something that Craig has as well. When he meets Eliza, in the beginning, he’s thrilled to be meeting her at work, because that’s kind of the place where he knows, and he can show off and be his version of cool.

And then outside, anywhere removed from that, in a slightly social situation or in a situation anywhere else around the sort of cavern, or the campus of Heaven Inc, he’s pretty useless. I think Simon and I have experienced versions of that same sort of feeling. So you know, conversations like that.

What do you think that people will respond to specifically with Miracle Workers?

Radcliffe: Oh, I don’t know. You just hope that it finds an audience and that people like it. The thing that I find lovely about it is that, first of all, the world that it is in I genuinely think is so imaginative and creative and wonderful and fun. And I think that is really powerful, in terms of people wanting to watch the show.

I’m not saying this is like Harry Potter, but I think it’s the reason that Harry Potter was very successful as well, was that world, and you wanted to spend time in there. So, no matter what iteration of it it is, you sort of just want to go back and see more of it. I think this has that same feeling.

I think it’s really, as I said earlier, there’s some darker humor in it, but generally speaking, I think it’s incredibly kind and heart-warming and happy comedy. And I think it’s very hard to do comedy that is just not in any way mean or cynical. There’s a huge amount of warmth for just humanity, and the awkwardness of being human. And I think there’s a huge amount of love in the series. And I know that sounds like just a cheesy, corny thing to say, but sometimes you watch some comedies, and you’re like, “Ah, man. I feel like this is really funny.” But often you’re like, “I feel like writers kind of hate the characters.” Whereas, I feel like, with this, there’s an incredible amount of … even our depiction of God is kind of crazy. And Steve [Buscemi] is sort of a child in it. But even in that character and even in that depiction of him, there’s still a huge amount of love for that character, and hopefully that sort of comes across. Ultimately, what I’m saying is I think it’ll be a very happy show to watch. And so I think people want that I think.

How did this marry with your own upbringing of what Heaven was, and your concept? Because we’re either affected by what our parents feel or what religion institutions teach us, or cinematically, there are versions of Heaven.

Radcliffe: Yeah, I mean, that’s the thing. I feel like most of my versions of Heaven were from like, cartoons and Terry Pratchett books. My mum and dad were, I think they definitely both believe in God, I think.

But it’s not something that we, as a family, it was never something that was passed on to me, in terms of, “This is what Heaven is and this is where you’re going to go and not go.” I’ve never been particularly religious, but I’ve always been fascinated by religion and also found it amazing. There’s reason religion has such an important place in all of our lives, and is reflective of where we, as a species, have been at every point in our existence. And so there’s something to it, and there’s something, I particularly think, from a storytelling point of view.

I did a movie called Horns, which is a similarly weird. Like, I’m not religious, but it’s a weirdly very religious movie. And it’s quite straight-on on its take on demons and angels and redemption and that kind of stuff. And so I think, I don’t know, maybe it’s just pure exploitation, but I feel like Heaven and religious symbolism, and stuff like that, is incredibly fertile ground for storytelling. Because it is why things like Good Omens, the Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman book that I was thinking of earlier, one of the reasons that’s so good is that it just plays with things we sort of already know about Heaven and reinvents them in ways that are pleasing and fun. And I actually think this world is less religious than the Heaven in Simon’s book. The Heaven in Simon’s book is kind of a straight-up Christian Heaven. I think Jesus is mentioned directly.

This is much more sort of secular. Like it is like a corporation, it’s definitely a non-denominational kind of just omnipresent organization, I don’t know. The closest we ever get to some direct religious parody, or something like that, there’s one episode where God gets a prophet, and that’s great. That’s one of my favorite things, but I don’t want to say too much about it.

Do we know how Craig gets to Heaven? Do we know what happened to him on Earth?

Radcliffe: You do find out about his past life, yeah. Well Craig’s life on Earth took place at a time where he was actually probably towards the top end of human life expectancy when he died. It’s one of my favorite jokes in the series actually is you see all of our past lives, all the three main angels, what we did on Earth. But I’m not gonna say anything more about that, because it’s such a great joke. Those particular jokes remind me of the jokes in movies like Airplane, where you just are like, “Whoa, how much time was put into that four-second joke?” Because they’re all very, very short, but we all had sets made specifically for that. It’s one of my favorite moments, but I won’t say any more about that.

Posted by Marcie on February 4th, 2019
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MTV: Happy Sad and Confused

Dan met up with Josh during Sundance down below is the podcast. Enjoy!

Daniel Radcliffe and Josh Horowitz

Happy, Sad and Confused

Happy/Sad/Confused. With Daniel Radcliffe. One of my favorite humans returns to the #happysadconfusedpodcast to talk his new hysterical TV show MIRACLE WORKERS, his perspective on CURSED CHILD & FANTASTIC BEASTS, and why he’s ready to jump into another franchise.

Play the interview down below

Posted by Marcie on February 2nd, 2019
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Wall Street Journal Interview

As Harry Potter, actor Daniel Radcliffe was the boy wizard who lived in the cupboard under the stairs. Now, he’s an angel working in the basement of heaven.

In his new show, the TBS comedy “Miracle Workers,” Mr. Radcliffe plays Craig, a low-ranking angel at Heaven Inc., who diligently answers humanity’s prayers. He and other angels must try to save Earth after their capricious boss, God (Steve Buscemi), decides he wants to blow it all up and start a new venture.

There’s a lot of collateral damage as their mission unfolds—a single action in heaven can trigger a natural disaster or wave of accidental deaths on Earth. The show pokes fun at the randomness of earthly encounters and human culture. “It manages to be both nihilistic and very positive at the same time,” Mr. Radcliffe says. “That’s something akin to my outlook, which is that yes, the world is crazy but we’re so lucky to be alive.”

“Miracle Workers” is his first major comedy on screen; he’s also an executive producer of the series, which debuts Feb. 12. It’s intended to be an anthology, like the dramas “True Detective” or “American Horror Story,” with each season (if the show succeeds) taking on new story lines, settings and characters, while keeping many of the same actors.

The prospect of changing characters is a big part of the appeal for Mr. Radcliffe, who had long wanted to do an American television series but was reluctant to play the same part over and over again. “Having played one character for a long time when I played Harry, this felt like an amazing opportunity to get into TV, but also get to do something new every year,” he says.

As Harry Potter, he played in eight films for a decade, from the age of 11 to 21. Getting cast as the orphan wizard brought Mr. Radcliffe, now 29, instant, international fame. Yet being on the set for 11 months of the year “isolated me from the outer effects of what fame is,” he says. “I also think that if you can become famous when you’re young, and do it with good people around you, you know, you can throw a kid into anything and they’re very adaptable.” He thinks a film set is the place where actors get treated normally, since everyone else working on the set is used to being around actors: “There’s nothing special about it.”

He also worked out, early on, what success means to him. “I’ve always been very lucky, very young, to be financially secure and to work on really big movies,” he says. “I know that is amazing, but it’s not the be all, end all of what a successful life as an actor looks like to me. It’s about longevity and versatility and having fun.”

Since the “Harry Potter” franchise concluded in 2011, he has worked in a range of films and starred in theater in New York and London, including Broadway’s “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” and “The Lifespan of a Fact,” where he tried to hone his comedic delivery every night. In “Lifespan,” which closed Jan. 13, he played an obsessive fact checker at a magazine, opposite Cherry Jones and Bobby Cannavale.

“There were some nights when it felt like we were doing a sitcom with a live audience,” he says. “I love doing theater in London, but New York audiences are so vocal, man!”

With theater, the jokes don’t always land with live audiences, and in a play full of them, the risk is high. “When you lay yourself out for a joke and you get nothing, you feel very cheap,” he says, grimacing at the thought of it. “I have a very jarring response whenever that happens,” he says as he throws his arms up in the air and shields himself. “It’s a thing you learn early on, not to chase jokes. That’s part of the ebb and flow of doing a show every night. But as an actor, you get attached to certain laughs,” he says.

Although “Miracle Workers” is his biggest foray into on-screen comedy, he has made guest appearances on “The Simpsons,” hosted “Saturday Night Live” and had a dog-walking cameo in “Trainwreck.” (“The amount of people that mention that to me is amazing still,” he says of the cameo, marveling at the half-life of a half-day’s work.)

As a viewer, he has long devoured sitcoms, he says. He grew up on Alan Partridge and “The Day Today,” “The Office” (the British one), and “Fawlty Towers.” As a teenager, he’d rush home every day to catch “The Simpsons” on BBC Two. “‘The Simpsons’ is my baseline for comedy. Me getting to do a voice was a real ‘I made it’ moment,” he says.

“Miracle Workers” mines dark territory, with both the angels and humans dealing with their own demons. Mr. Radcliffe sees comedy as a coping mechanism for sadness and thinks that characters like David Brent in the British “Office” (played by Ricky Gervais) and Alan Partridge (Steve Coogan) are “brilliantly tragic creations” and “all about desperation to be liked.”

In his spare time, Mr. Radcliffe doesn’t find it relaxing to watch movies; it’s stressful to see Oscar-nominated pictures or performances, he says, though he did see “Vice” and loved it. “I get a bit, ‘I wish I were in that,’ or ‘I’m not working hard.’ It’s a funny feeling,” he says.

His eyes light up, though, when discussing favorite documentaries, and he confesses to consuming a lot of “semi-trashy TV.” “I’m unashamedly into ‘The Bachelor.’ ‘Top Chef,’ I’m obsessed with,” he says.

He’s also a big sports fan. On Super Bowl Sunday, he’ll be supporting the Rams. “The Patriots now are like Manchester United in the ’90s in England, where they’ve just been too good for too long, and we all have to start rooting for their demise,” he says.

As for his own faith, Mr. Radcliffe says that he doesn’t expect there to be an afterlife, or a God. “I feel like people think that being agnostic is depressing and bleak, and I’ve never found it to be that way,” he says. “It always seems to me that there being nothing after just makes this incredibly special…It does seem miraculous.”

Posted by Marcie on February 1st, 2019
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Good Morning America

Dan was on Good Morning America this morning and Live with Kelly and Ryan. Both videos are up on Youtube which you can view down below.

Here’s Live with Kelly and Ryan. Enjoy!

Posted by Marcie on February 1st, 2019
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Daniel Radcliffe Goes to Heaven in “Miracle Workers”

Daniel Radcliffe adds to his phenomenal acting career with a role in the offbeat comedy TV series Miracle Workers. His foray into episodic TV bowed at Sundance before its premiere on TBS next month and is the latest twist in the professional path of former – and forever – Harry Potter who incredibly will be turning 30 in July. 

The series is based on Simon Rich’s book What in God’s Name and is set in the offices of Heaven Inc. where Steve Buscemi plays God and Radcliffe is Craig, a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers. His job is made harder by the fact that God has pretty much checked out and is ready to move on to his next project. In fact, the Boss is so disappointed in humans that he has decided to destroy Earth. To prevent this, Craig and fellow angel Eliza (Geraldine Viswanathan), must answer a seemingly unanswerable prayer: help two humans fall in love. Miracle Workers is created by Simon Rich and executive produced by Lorne Michaels and Andrew Singer and its presence at Sundance is further evidence of the growing presence of episodic fiction at the festival.

HFPA journalists met Radcliffe in Park City. He’s not new to Sundance: he was here three years ago with the much talked about film Swiss Army Knife.

Miracle Workers sounds like a fascinating concept, given the current political and social flux, and all these religious controversies, isn’t it?

Well, for a show set in heaven, it’s a comedy and it’s not that much about religion. The show is much more secular than Rich’s book was. But yes, I think one reason that I love the show is that it has a very dark comedy in it – people die because we are in heaven – so those are the things we are dealing with. But there’s also a real warmth and kindness in this comedy, it’s not mean-spirited and I think it has a huge amount of love and optimism for human beings, as crazy as the world is right now.

And redemption, trying to do good things too?

I think one of the overarching things about the series is God rediscovering his love of Earth and what he created. At the beginning of the season, he is kind of disillusioned by it and by how badly it’s all going, and his journey is to learn what actually you have created, although it is mad and messy, is also beautiful and sort of genius.

What do you think about the fact that you come to Sundance not with a film but with a TV series?

It’s nice to just come here and I can just enjoy this, and it is lovely doing press for something that you like. And I am so happy to see all the cast again and show what you did, whether it’s film or TV.

In terms of God being center stage right now, do you think God really loves people?

I don’t believe in God (laughter), so I have a hard time wondering if he is feeling that way. But I almost feel that we are at a dark place in history at the moment, and I think this show has a very realistic but also optimistic message about us as a species. That sounds very grand and it is just a seven-part comedy, but it does have a lovely message by the end.

Why did you want to do it? 

I was just so blown away by the script. And I think the world that Simon (Rich) has built in Heaven, in its very bureaucratic, funny convoluted kind of version of Heaven, is a world that I’d want to spend time in and see how it all works. I read the book and I had a meeting with Simon, and I told him if you ever make anything out of this, TV, film, radio, theater, I don’t care, I just want to be a part of it in any way possible.

Another theme in the show: do we really have free will about love? Is it a coincidence, are people supposed to be together? What do you think?

I don’t think there’s one person for everybody. I think this show says that not everything happens for a reason. Personally, I think love is something that you have to work hard for; at the same time loving another human being is the most joyous thing that you can devote yourself too. And the incredible thing about the show is that these two people that you so want to get together, they are so blissfully unaware that the entirety of Heaven is working hard to get them together!

Steve Buscemi is playing God. If you had the chance to sit down and have a conversation with God, in whose form would you want it to be?

I would go with Michael Gambon, who obviously played Dumbledore in Potter: Michael is one of those guys who looks like one might imagine God but also is just really silly and fun. So, if I get to heaven and Michael Gambon is there as God, I will be pretty happy.

Will there be a second season?

I hope so. We don’t know. It has to come out and we see if people like it but hopefully, yes. The second season will be an anthology series, so the idea would be to take as much of the same cast as we could, and just change the setting, change the roles, change the story, just reset it in a totally different world, I don’t think in heaven. 

What’s next for you? Are you really going to be escaping from prison in South Africa?

 [laughs] I will be in a couple of weeks: I will be starting Escape from Pretoria. We are filming in Australia actually – unfortunately we couldn’t film in South Africa – in Adelaide, which is doubling for Pretoria, and I am practicing my South African accent a lot. I very much look forward to it.

Posted by Marcie on January 31st, 2019
Miracle Workers , Dan News , TV

Daniel Radcliffe Reacted To That Tweet About Poo At Hogwarts

Daniel Radcliffe appeared on BuzzFeed News’ morning show AM to DM Thursday to promote his upcoming TV series Miracle Workers, but the show’s host, Isaac Fitzgerald, couldn’t let the former Harry Potter star leave before pressing him on one of the Wizarding World’s most perplexing details: how witches and wizards get rid of their poop.

You can see the interview down below via twitter at the 34:00 mark.

Posted by Marcie on January 31st, 2019
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More from Sundance

More videos are popping up from Sundance and though I haven’t had time to post them some of them are on our playlist on Youtube. Down below are video’s that aren’t.


On RadcliffeMedia I posted the indiewire interview which is down below. On our Youtube playlist you can view interviews from Deadline, Adobe and Vulture

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Posted by Marcie on January 29th, 2019
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Dan at Sundance

Dan was at Sundance promoting Miracle Workers. A lot of pictures and video was posted via twitter and instagram. Susanne and I posted stuff for you in our group on facebook. Pictures are down below. Enjoy!

EVENT APPEARANCES > Film Festivals > Sundance Film Festival > 2019 | Miracle Workers > 01.26.19 | Sundance Hangover Brunch

EVENT APPEARANCES > Film Festivals > Sundance Film Festival > 2019 | Miracle Workers > 01.26.19 | The Vulture Spot

EVENT APPEARANCES > Film Festivals > Sundance Film Festival > 2019 | Miracle Workers > 01.26.19 | Pizza Hut Lounge

Posted by Marcie on January 27th, 2019
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Behind the scenes: Miracle Workers

Video has popped up from Georgia FMDR on Youtube of the filming of Miracle Workers

Creator Simon Rich on filming “Miracle Workers” around Atlanta: “The best shooting town I’ve ever seen.” See how the show came together with locations all over the metro area.

Posted by Marcie on January 11th, 2019
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Miracle Workers Trailer

Finally the trailer you can view it down below. I also added promo graphics in the gallery.

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Posted by Marcie on December 21st, 2018
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Miracle Workers Promo

We’ve been waiting for Miracle Workers since its been announced now we have a date and a teaser trailer. Miracle Workers debuts Tuesday, February 12 at 10:30 PM on TBS.

Posted by Marcie on December 5th, 2018
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Would Daniel Radcliffe Ever Play “Harry Potter” Again?

The “Miracle Workers” star opens up about his new role as a low-level angel and if he’d ever reprise his Harry Potter role. The series is described as a Heaven-set workplace comedy based on the book “What in God’s Name.” Daniel Radcliffe will play Craig, a low level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers. Steve Buscemi will play Craig’s boss, God, who has pretty much checked out to focus on his favorite hobbies.

New pics from Turner Upfront

Posted by Marcie on May 16th, 2018
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Miracle Workers Interview

Daniel Radcliffe plays a stressed-out angel in “Miracle Workers” who has to take care of the prayers of humanity, as God prefers to devote himself to his hobbies. Scott Orlin met Daniel Radcliffe and interviewed him exclusively for CINEMA about the new series. The actor explains what motivated him for the first time to take on a television role and gives us first impressions of the comedy series.

Source: Cinema.de

Posted by Marcie on May 9th, 2018
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Miracle Workers set for Summer

TBS’s Miracle Workers has set its series premiere for Summer 2018.

Miracle Workers is a heaven-set workplace comedy based on Simon Rich’s book What in God’s Name. The seven-episode anthology series stars Daniel Radcliffe (Swiss Army Man, Now You See Me 2, Harry Potter films) as ‘Craig,’ a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers, and Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire) will play Craig’s boss, God, who has pretty much checked out to focus on his favorite hobbies. To prevent Earth’s destruction, Craig must achieve his most impossible miracle to date.

Source: TBS

Posted by Marcie on January 28th, 2018
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Daniel Radcliffe & Lorne Michaels, Working Together Took A ‘Miracle’

Daniel Radcliffe will be working a different kind of magic in his upcoming series for TBS, Miracle Workers. The comedy, based on a book by Saturday Night Live veteran writer Simon Rich, finds Radcliffe hard at work as an administrative-level angel, trying to answer people’s prayers. He’s also a producer on the series, along with SNL boss Lorne Michaels, and Radcliffe explained how their collaboration took shape.

Posted by Marcie on January 25th, 2018
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Steve Buscemi, Daniel Radcliffe To Deal With God’s Midlife Crisis on Miracle Workers

With The Good Place proving that the afterlife is ripe with comedic potential, other networks are giving praise on high. One of those is TBS, with its new comedy Miracle Workers, taking place in an uncommon workplace: heaven.

Talking shop at Turner’s TCA 2018 panel, creator Simon Rich and stars Steve Buscemi (who plays God) and Daniel Radcliffe (who plays a low-ranking angel) discuss God “having a full blown midlife crisis,” as TBS describes the new series.

The show follows two angels betting on whether they can answer two humans’ prayers for love. Then, in two weeks, it’s doomsday. But, says Rich, this crazy concept isn’t really even about religion. “We never attempt to satirize organized religion,” Rich clarified. “It’s more Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. It’s more about man’s place in the universe than theology. No one has been offended by it yet.”

Buscemi had plenty to say on God, however. “This God is fun. He’s very human and has a lot of faults. He’s easily distracted, bored, depressed, and is looking for a way out,” Buscemi explains. He went on to say that his version of God is “kind of lonely and looking for connections. It’s not like he’s a God up here that’s holier than thou.”

Previously cast with Owen Wilson in the role, who parted ways after having a different creative vision than Rich, this God leads a show that, according to Radcliffe, has “a lot of warmth for the human race,” and hopefully “doesn’t exclude” the faithful.

Both Radcliffe and Buscemi have had recent opportunity to show off comedic chops (in Swiss Army Man and Horace and Pete, respectively), while Rich’s Man Seeking Woman was a bafflingly absurd breath of fresh air during its few seasons. And it certainly doesn’t hurt your comedy cred to have SNL’s Lorne Michaels onboard as an executive producer. “He has excellent notes and when he has one, I take it seriously,” says Rich. “I trust him more than anybody and am grateful I get to work with him still.”

All of which bodes well for Miracle Workers, which, by the time it debuts later this year, will hopefully be preaching to the choir.

Source: SYFY

Posted by Marcie on January 12th, 2018
Dan News , TV , Miracle Workers

Miracle Workers Creator On Owen Wilson’s Departure

Last May when TBS gave the go-ahead to the seven episode anthology series Miracle Workers, Owen Wilson was set to star alongside Daniel Radcliffe in the adaptation of Simon Rich’s book What in God’s Name. Radcliffe was set as Craig, a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers, while Wilson was set to play Craig’s boss, God, who has pretty much checked out to focus on his favorite hobbies. To prevent Earth’s destruction, Craig needs to achieve his most impossible miracle to date

By August,Wilson fell out and start of production on Miracle Workers was pushed while the network searched for a replacement. The answer to that prayer came in the form of Steve Buscemi who took over Wilson’s role of God.

When creator Rich was asked at TCA today why Wilson left, the EP said, “We just had different creative visions and parted ways, but I’m ecstatic to be with the cast I have here on stage” which included Radcliffe, Buscemi, Karan Soni and Geraldine Viswanathan.

Despite the show’s out-worldly hi-jinks premise, Buscemi asserted, “It’s a spiritual show. It’s about how people need each other. With everything we’re going through, if we don’t love each other, then what’s it all about?”

Source: Deadline

Posted by Marcie on January 12th, 2018
Dan News , TV , Miracle Workers

Miracle Workers First Glance

Thanks to my friend and co-worker Adair Bartley, she captured a TBS glance at Miracle Workers so here’s the video she saw.. #miracleworkers

Posted by Marcie on December 25th, 2017
Dan News , TV , Miracle Workers

Seven Episodes for Miracle Workers

Your next original is The Detour in January?

Yes, so we have The Detour and a few other announced comedies coming up. We have our first animated series, which is called Final Space. It’s brilliant and funny, and creator Olan Rogers is the most original, authentic voice I’ve heard in a long, long time. We also have Miracle Workers with Steve Buscemi playing God and Daniel Radcliffe playing the angel in charge of the prayers department in heaven, and we just finished the table read for all seven episodes of that series.

Source: Decider.com

Posted by Marcie on November 20th, 2017
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Steve Buscemi replaces Owen Wilson in Miracle Workers

Daniel Radcliffe has a new TV show, in case you didn’t know, and the always excellent Steve Buscemi just signed on for the best role, that definitely has us more interested in this series. Buscemi will join TBS’s upcoming comedy series Miracle Workers to play Radcliffe’s boss, also known as God. Here’s what we know about this role so far, and what it means in regards to previously reported news on the series.

As some may know already, Steve Buscemi’s role of God was already promised to another high profile actor in Hollywood, Owen Wilson. As confirmed by TVLine, Wilson has exited Miracle Workers, but as of this writing, no reason has been officially given as to why the actor departed the project, but an anonymous source claims the decision was indeed Wilson’s to exit the series.

In any case, Buscemi is now in the role and prepared to play God, who has “checked out” and is focusing on his favorite hobbies that he’s passionate about, as opposed to anything involving the plight of humanity. As one can imagine, that causes some problems for humanity, and it’s up to a low-level angel by the name of Craig (Daniel Radcliffe) to answer humanity’s prayers.

Source: Cinema Blend

Posted by Marcie on October 20th, 2017
Dan News , TV , Miracle Workers

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