The first premiering Saturday, June 6 at 8 p.m. ET is “The Summoning” – a TV One original movie thriller, directed by Charles Murray about a remarried widow, Angela Simmons-Alexander (played by Paula Jai Parker), who summons her first husband (Terrell Tilford) from the dead. Though her new husband Wayne Alexander (Dorian Missick) is everything she could hope for, the passion in her marriage is lukewarm at best. Given an artifact – a spiritual medallion said to awaken the deceased – by a dead friend’s brother, Drew Studdard (Darius McCrary), Angela cannot resist temptation and invokes the magic of the mysterious gift. The reunion with her past love is emotional but turns deadly very quickly as his spirit begins to strengthen and make life-threatening demands, including turning Kendra (Storm Reid), one of their young daughters, against Wayne. With the help of Kiki (Diandra Lyle), a homeless woman Angela hired to run her bar’s kitchen, they plot to send TJ back to the grave.
Terrell Tilford directs a commercial promo featuring the comedy duo #KeyandPeele for the Mixed Remixed Festival, which showcases “the stories of multiracial Americans and families, the fastest-growing demographic in the U.S.,” reports the nonprofit’s press release. It’s a free one-day event includes panel discussions, workshops, film screenings, readings, and musical and comedic performances.
TEAM TILFORD: See what happens when TJ (#TerrellTilford) is brought back from the dead in The Summoning…
What happens when you get a second chance at your first love?
Happily re-married and running a restaurant with her new husband (Dorian Missick), Angela Simmons (Paula Jai Parker) has never truly let go of her feelings for her first husband, TJ (Terrell Tilford) who died five years earlier in a car crash. So when an old friend comes with a magical gift to bring TJ back to the world of the living, Angela can’t help herself.
It’s a mistake that she may not live to learn from.
Starring Paula Jai Parker, Terrell Tilford, Darius McCrary, Dorian Missick and Diandra Lyle, “The Summoning” is the summer scream you’ve been waiting for. Watch the premiere on June 6 at 8/7c.
Actor & Art Curator, Terrell Tilford relaunches his branded art gallery, previously known as Tilford Art Group (2003-2013) with Band of Vices in downtown Los Angeles. Having curated nearly 30 exhibitions between Los Angeles and New York previously, Terrell returns to the Art world after a two-year hiatus. This is his first major exhibition debuting today.
TODAY!!! #BandofVices opens its Inaugural Exhibition & Sale ‘East + West – Works on Paper by Francks Deceus & New Works by Greg Breda’.
On View: 16 May – 20 June, 2015.
Opening Reception w/music by @MsDJHoneyB
Saturday, 16 May, 2015
2pm – 8pm
801 S. Grand Avenue, Suite 1312, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Curators of All Things Good #Art #DTLA #Gallery #BandOfVices #Curate #Exhibition #ArtCultureNow #BoV #FrancksDeceus #GregBreda #CuratorsOfAllThingsGood #EighthandGrand
“Melinda” – The story of Melinda May’s transformation into “The Cavalry” is revealed as she finds herself at a crossroads in the war between Coulson and Gonzales. As Skye learns more about her true heritage from Lincoln, the truth about the Inhumans will send her in a new direction, on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” TUESDAY, APRIL 14 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Since last appearing in Genoa City last year, Tilford has been busy at his other job as Eric on Switched at Birth, as well as dad to his new daughter, Marley, whom he shares with wife Victoria Platt (ex-Vicky, Guiding Light). “I can lay in bed and play with Marley forever and then realize, ‘Man, I’ve got to get up and eat and go to the gym,” he says of the seven-month-old. “I know parents say their kid’s amazing, but every day for us she does something that makes us go, ‘Wow!’ It’s our own little awesomeness.”
For more from Terrell, including how he plans to juggle both Y&R and Switched at Birth, check out the new issue of Soap Opera Digest.