After a two-week hiatus, “Graceland” was back on USA Network on Thursday. The eighth episode, “Bag Man,” gave a few more tantalizing details about the characters residing in Graceland — including Briggs, whose secret seems to be more and more detrimental to the safety of others. Aaron Tveit’s character, Mike, is no angel, either, harboring (and even tripping over some) secrets of his own in this ep. I’ve added over 700 HD, logoless screen caps from “Bag Man” to the gallery, which I’m sure numerous fans will be happy about due to several shirtless scenes throughout.
Scans provided by Danielle S.
I’ve finally added seven wonderful scans of Aaron Tveit from the autumn 2013 edition of the magazine, Fashionisto, to the gallery. Danielle S (@seeshoplove) was kind enough to provide ATN with HQ scans of Aaron modeling various menswear, some more inspired than others. If you want to order a copy of the magazine, you can do so right here.
The Cool Issue — For our fall issue, we embraced contemporary ways to update menswear, whether it included a change in material, proportion or a great new print. Covering our eighth issue, we looked to Aaron Tveit of new show “Graceland,” Paul Wesley of “The Vampire Diaries” and Roberto Bolle, principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre.
The newly formed Briggs-Bello alliance is tested when members of the Caza Cartel head north with a deadly ultimatum. During the aftermath, Mike is forced to push his own limits for the good of the case.
I hope you caught Thursday’s episode of “Graceland” because the final scene provided a great game changer — or is it? Nothing is quite as it seems on Jeff Eastin’s series, after all. Were you surprised by Briggs’ reveal? Any favorite lines from the episode? I personally liked the one about Mike doing a “mean Dean Martin.” Check out over 500 HD, logoless screen caps from the episode, “Goodbye High,” in the gallery.
Charlie decides to tell the house about her bust; Briggs must come clean; Mike believes his investigation is ending.
My apologies for the delay, but I have added over 600 HD, logoless screen caps from the latest episode of “Graceland,” entitled “Hair Of The Dog.” This time, we finally got to see just why Mike Warren was throwing a punch at Paul Briggs. Do you think it was justified? What did you think about the twist, as shown at the very end of the episode? The creator and writer of the series, Jeff Eastin, said “this is the episode that sets up the rest of the season,” so it sounds like there will be a great ripple among Graceland based on Brigg’s reveal.
On Thursday, July 18th, Aaron Tveit competed in the first round of playoff games at the annual Broadway Show League. Playing on team Rock of Ages, he helped lead a victory against Annie with an amazing total score of 22-0. RoA will proceed next week when they’re paired up against Once. Although there is no guarantee that Aaron will make it to any of these games, fans are encouraged to attend and support the entire league.
Earlier today, July 17th, Aaron Tveit stopped by the Empire State Building in Manhattan for a photo op. It’s not unusual for stars to use the New York skyline as their backdrop for photos: USA Network’s Matt Bomer has posed atop the iconic building before, as well as The Amazing Spider-Man cast and Seth Meyers of “Saturday Night Live.” (The most recent winner of “The Voice,” Danielle Bradbery, also had pictures taken today.) I’ve added numerous shots from the event to ATN’s gallery, including some HQs on page 4 and 5.
Mike convinces Bello to steal from a drug cartel; Briggs helps Charlie cover up bad decisions.
After a brief hiatus for Independence Day, “Graceland” returned to USA Network last night. The episode – entitled “O-Mouth” – definitely lived up to its name, especially with regards to Vanessa Ferlito’s character, Charlie. What did you all think of that cliffhanger? I personally love that every episode leaves you wanting more, asking viewers to tune in again. In the gallery, you can now find exactly 600 HD, logoless screen caps of Aaron Tveit from “O-Mouth.”