Jimmy Kimmel: Radha Mitchell Red Widow Review & Ryan Bingham Performs

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Jimmy Kimmel Live: Radha Mitchell Red Widow Review

Season one of Red Widow is about to start March 3 2013, and Radha Mitchell couldn’t be more excited. She plays the protagonist, Marta Walraven, in the television series about her husband, a central figure in organized crime, getting gunned down and her character having to take over his illegal workings and mafia-related ties to protect her family from the same people who killed her husband.

Jimmy Kimmel: Radha Mitchell Red Widow Review & Ryan Bingham Performs

Jimmy Kimmel invited Radha Mitchell to talk about her role in the new television series Red Widow and Ryan Bingham will perform a song off Tomorrowland. (Featureflash / Shutterstock.com)

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Many critics of the show are excited about the use of role reversal in the show. Where many other shows see the male as the hero and the one fighting to protect his family, it is a nice change to see some role reversal in Hollywood and Mitchell agreed. This is the type of show for anyone who wants to see a strong female character stand up for herself and get revenge for her dead husband.

Jimmy Kimmel Live: Ryan Bingham Tomorrowland

Ryan Bingham is going to be Jimmy Kimmel’s guest on his February 25 2013 show and everyone should get ready for some good ol’ country music.

Bingham, a native of New Mexico who now calls Los Angeles home, has been playing country music since he first got his hands on a guitar. His major label debut, Mescalito, was produced by Black Crowes’ guitarist Marc Ford and Texas Music Magazine said Bingham has the whiskey and cigarette voice that can make his 29-year-old voice sound like a 50-year-old Tom Waits. I mean you know you are good at what you do when someone is comparing you to Tom Waits.

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His latest album, Tomorrowland, which released in early September 2012, has been getting rave reviews for Bingham’s voice and his ability to make himself sound like an old time country music star from the 1960s trying to make a comeback in a world he doesn’t understand.

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