Press | Photos | Video: Entertainment Weekly Interview – Peyton, Riley, and Mekhi

Check out a new interview that surfaced of Peyton, Riley, and Mekhi for Entertainment Weekly.

Press | Show News | Video | Photos: Episode 01×07 – ‘Break, Break, Break’ Episode Synopsis + Episode Stills + Trailer

I’ve added episode information, stills, and a trailer for next week’s episode. I apologize for the delay. I’ve also updated our episode guide for most of the episodes.

A cold-case victim leads Raimy and Satch to a big break in the investigation, a room where the Nightingale held his first victim.

 

Photos: Frequency Episode 1×06 Screencaps + Stills

I have added over 1,900 HD photos from episode 6 of Frequency to the gallery. What did you think of the episode?!

Show News | Video: Frequency Episode 1×06 Trailer + Episode Synopsis

In 2016, Raimy (Peyton List) meets a strange character named Karl (Guest star Curtis Armstrong), who speaks to himself in the future. In 1996, Frank (Riley Smith) feels like he’s being taunted by the Nightingale. Meanwhile, having discovered new information, Raimy and Frank set up a plan to use the Nightingale’s next victim as bait.

Videos: Frequency sneak peek: Raimy’s training officer is … Frank?

As much as Raimy Sullivan knows that there’s a downside to messing with the past, there are also a few perks. For example, when you spend your entire life wondering what it would’ve been like to have your father by your side, it’s pretty cool when you get to discover everything you’ve been missing.

In an exclusive sneak peek at tonight’s Frequency, we flash to Raimy’s first day on the job. And this time around, her training officer is none other than her dear old dad. And for someone who spent a lot of her time wondering what her dad would’ve done, this is her chance to quite literally find out.

Watch the sneak peek above.
Frequency airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.
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Photos: Frequency Set Tour + Social Media + Photo Sessions

Hello Freqs! Hope everyone is well. I’ve added a handful of new/old photos to the gallery. New photos include set tour photos of the Frequency set. These photos are so cool. You can see props from the show! I’ve also added some recent cast social media photos and a couple photo sessions. Riley recently shot for Bello magazine. I will be adding scans once they become available!

I’m working on getting photos of Rob Mayes to the site as well as a bunch of older photos of Peyton. Check back and be sure to tune in on Wednesday for the new episode of Frequency.

Press | Video: Frequency Star Riley Smith Explains How It’s Different From Other Time Travel Shows

It’s the season of time travel. This year, on The CW alone, three shows deal with time travel: The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Frequency. On other networks, there’s also Timeless, 12 Monkeys, Time After Time, Making History, and some others that have at least a few elements of time travel in the story. Of those, four are new this year. That’s a lot of time travel and manipulating the timeline, so it’s easy to get lost within them.

Luckily each is handling time travel a little bit differently. For Frequency, there’s not any direct travel, but rather time communication – people chatting using a mysterious CB radio twenty years apart. The butterfly effect is felt, though, as that communication gets the main characters, Raimy and her father Frank Sullivan, into a lot of trouble very quickly.

“I didn’t realize that the time thing is such a popular thing, that was a random stroke of luck with me picking this script early,” star Riley Smith, who plays Frank, told Comicbook.com in an exclusive interview. “Then it was lucky that not only were they popular during pilot season, but then actually got picked up.”

While he gets it that all this time travel and science fiction gets lumpted together by some people, he really sees them as having only very surface similarities.

“It’s funny to me, though, that we get compared to the other ones, I know Timeless is one we get compared to a lot. I think that we’re all so different, especially ours because it’s so much more rooted in reality and rooted in the family connection, the drama; the time element is more something that’s a payoff immediately, and makes it more exciting, too.

“I think that what I read, and what we’re really trying to portray is the heart of the matter, the relationship between Frank, Raimy, and Julie Sullivan.”

That relationship, between Raimy and her parents, is tested early and often. When she uses the radio to save her father’s life twenty years in the past, it leads directly to her mother’s death, and the father-daughter team have to work together across two decades to save her life, too. Smith praised the work of showrunner Jeremy Carver, who he called a “genius,” and said that every script he gets blows him away. He loves that they’re creating “a smart show that makes [the audience] think, and keeps them on the edge of their seats.”

As for acting opposite Peyton List (Raimy) when they’re always just talking on a radio, the pair have come up with a unique solution, and it involves knitting.

“Peyton and I have 12 years of experience reading together,” Smith explained. “Whether we have each other in the room or not, I can hear her take [in my head] of her lines. But we made a deal with each other to be off camera during the radio scenes. So I’ll sit in the corner with a little pen flashlight and just read the lines, vice versa for her. She always knits while she’s off camera. I don’t know who she’s knitting for, I ask her if she’s gonna knit me a blanket with all her off camera time. I’ll be sitting there tweeting with my phone. That’s what we do! It’s just a whole day of sitting in a corner, a dark corner.”

As for what’s next for Frank and company, Smith said that he can’t reveal much, but promised “a lot of twists and turns, a lot changes, and it gets very exciting.”

Frequency airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on The CW, directly after Arrow. Watch the full interview above for more about the series and Smith’s career.
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Photos: Episode Episode 01×04: Bleed Over – HD Screencaptures

I’ve added over 1900 HD screencaptures of episode 01×04 of Frequency. The episode was fantastic. If you have not watched it yet, please do so. Hulu no longer carries CW shows so be sure to download the CW App to watch their series!

Video: Frequency Episode 1×05 Trailer

Press | Show News | Photos: Episode 01×05 – ‘Seven Three’ Episode Synopsis + Episode Stills

How is everyone enjoying Frequency so far? Be sure you are using our tips to get the show trending and that you are tuning in every week to watch! Be sure to spread the word on the series and hopefully it gets renewed. *fingers crossed*

I have updated our episode guide with lots of new information on past and future episodes.

Check out new information and photos for next week’s episode of Frequency.

When Frank (Riley Smith) helps Raimy (Peyton List) uncover clues from the past to help solve a present day murder case, it brings up two different memories of her first day in the NYPD. Through Frank, Raimy continues to learn more about Stan which begins to cause friction with Satch (Mekhi Phifer). Meanwhile, Frank has trouble controlling his jealousy as he struggles to give Julie (Devin Kelley) her space. Lenny Jacobson and Daniel Bonjour also star.

 

Photos: Episode 01×03: That Near Far Problem – HD Screencaptures

I’ve added over 1600 HD screencaptures of episode 01×03 of Frequency. The episode was fantastic. If you have not watched it yet, please do so. Hulu no longer carries CW shows so be sure to download the CW App to watch their series!

Photos: Episode 01×04: Bleed Over – Stills

With the date of Julie‘s (Devin Kelley) abduction rapidly approaching, Raimy (Peyton List) and Frank (Riley Smith) each work to gather information from a girl whose mother was taken by the Nightingale. Meanwhile, Raimy meets Kyle (guest star Rob Mayes) who immediately remembers her from a brief encounter in the past. She doesn‘t recognize him at first, but flashes of their night together come rushing back to her.

 

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