Sendhil Ramamurthy

"The Flash" Season 6: Barry's a "Dead Man Running" Headlong into "Crisis" [SPOILER REVIEW]

Bonus: we also get introduced to Harrison "Nash" Wells (Tom Cavanaugh).[caption id="attachment_1104728" align="alignnone" width="1200"] The Flash -- "Dead Man Running" -- Image Number: FLA603a_0019b.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Sendhil Ramamurthy as Ramsey Rosso, Danielle Panabaker as Killer Frost and Grant Gustin as Barry Allen -- Photo: Dean Buscher/The CW -- © 2019 The CW Network, LLC[...]

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"The Flash" Season 6 "Big Bad" Isn't SO Bad – He Plugged My Novel!

We knew Sendhil Ramamurthy would be the new "Big Bad" on the sixth season of The CW's The Flash since the summer Sendhil was cast as Bloodwork, the villain from the comics back in July He was fun in this week's opener, playing a brooding, raging, grieving mad scientist who experiments on himself - as they are[...]

Everything We Learned from The Flash's SDCC Panel

Wally West Will Return to Fight… Godspeed? Everything We Learned from The Flash's Panel at San Diego Comic-Con

Executive Producer Eric Williams explained that you could sort of divide the season into two "graphic novels." Obviously, Crisis will be the major split in the middle, and they were mum about what a post-Crisis Flash looks like, but the first half of the season will be centered around new villain"Bloodwork.", that is Sendhil Ramamurthy,[...]

'New Amsterdam': Before Jaw-Dropping Finale "Luna," Our Season 1 Review

During the freshman year run of NBC's New Amsterdam, Max Goodwin's (Ryan Eggold) road to recovery has been rocky, to say the least. He's been quite temperamental over the last few episodes. At first, we don't understand why he's uncharacteristically negative and lashing out at respected colleagues. Then we learn that his aggressive chemo treatment […]

'New Amsterdam' Season 1, Episode 15 "Croaklahoma": Max Struggles with His Reality [PREVIEW]

During this freshman season of NBC's New Amsterdam, Max (Ryan Eggold) excelled at helping the hospital, patients, co-workers and then some. He miraculously manages to do it all with help from his wife and colleagues, so his cancer conversations reduced to liquified meals. However, his treatment returns to the forefront in this week's episode, "Croaklahoma" – and […]