From Sabrina Furminger of the Vancouver Courier:
Link: Vancouver actressÂ goes to the dogs in Hudson & Rex
Mayko Nguyen likes one of her Hudson & Rex co-stars more than the others.
That alone isnâ€™t so unusual. Actors are human beings; not all human beings get along with each other in the same way. But what is unusual is admitting that you prefer one of your co-stars to a journalist during an interview. Continue reading.Â
From Bill Brioux of Brioux.tv:
Link: VIDEO: Three questions with Diesel from Hudson & Rex
â€œSherri made the process of getting to know Diesel so easy. She helps me find the ways I can communicate with him â€” it usually involves me feeding him roast beef. He loves me after that.â€ Continue reading.Â
From Debra Yeo of the Toronto Star:
Link: In Hudson & Rex, a detectiveâ€™s best friend is his dog
â€œHeâ€™s got to look like heâ€™s a police dog. Heâ€™s got to take eye lines to everybody and, meanwhile, Iâ€™m in the background pointing who to look at or what to do â€¦ It takes a lot of concentration from a dog and special dogs to do it.â€ Continue reading.
From Jeevan Brar of The Watercooler:
Link: Exclusive Interview: Hudson & Rexâ€™s John Reardon
“The way Hudson & Rex is a little bit different is that my character, Charlie Hudson, isnâ€™t a K9 officer, heâ€™s a detective. Normally, detectives donâ€™t work with K9s â€“ so this adds an extra element to the show because Charlie isnâ€™t trained to handle K9s yet. Youâ€™ll see that this will lead to some problems down the line and learn to work with each other.” Continue reading.
From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: Hudson & Rex’s John Reardon on why he loves working with his canine co-star
“I love buddy shows and grew up watching things like Turner and Hooch. It seemed like such a great opportunity and Iâ€™ve really enjoyed working on the show.” Continue reading.Â