Our gallery was updated with HD screen captures of Floriana’s guest appearance in Leathal Weapon 2×12 “Diggin’ Up Dirt”. Take a look!
Floriana Lima attended the 7th Annual Sean Penn & Friends HAITI RISING Gala benefiting J/P Haitian Relief Organization on January 6, Our gallery was updated with HQ pictures:
Appearances & Public Events > 2018 > Jan 06 | SEAN PENN J/P HRO GALA
On Lethal Weapon season 2 episode 12 you’re going to have a chance to see Thomas Lennon return as Leo Getz. This marks his second appearance of the season, and it’s a chance for him to come on and, effectively, have what we’d consider to be a little bit of fun. Whether Leo agrees with that remains to be seen.
Just in case getting more Getz (pictured above) was not enough for you, this episode is also going to bring you an appearance by Floriana Lima in one of her first roles since departing Supergirl earlier this year. This story is going to prove to have very personal ties to Riggs, and the Lethal Weapon season 2 episode 12 synopsis below offers up more insight:
When Riggs visits his father-in-law in prison (guest star Tony Plana), a walk down memory lane reveals an old secret about his deceased wife (guest star Floriana Lima). Meanwhile Murtaugh tries to impress Captain Avery, and, united by the death of a mutual friend, Trish and Leo Getz (guest star Thomas Lennon) try and solve a murder on their own in the all-new “Diggin’ Up Dirt” episode of LETHAL WEAPON airing Tuesday, Jan. 9 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Based on the fact that her character is dead it’s going to be hard to see too many appearances from Lima on this show; still, it should prove interesting to see what she brings to the table here. This story is personal and potentially touching; it could serve as a nice bit of contrast to some of Leo Getz’s antics out in the field.
Floriana attended Amazon Studios Holiday Party on December 9. Our gallery was updated with new pictures:
Appearances & Public Events > 2017 > Dec 09 | Amazon Studios Holiday Party
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Our gallery was updated with screen captures from this lastest week’s episode of Supergirl, “Damage”, which I think that will be Floriana’s last episode ever. Enjoy!
2016 – Supergirl > Season Three > Screencaptures > 3.05 “Damage”
Our gallery was updated with screen captures from this week’s episode of Supergirl, “Faithful”. Enjoy!
2016 – Supergirl > Season Three > Screencaptures > 3.04 “Faithful”
This episode marks the last time we’re going to see Floriana as Maggie Sawyer in Supergirl this year. I’ll be honest with y’all, I don’t think she’s coming back soon or later. But they chose to let our hopes up by saying “she will be back when she’s avaliable”. And this is so dishonest, I’m deeply disappointed.
Anyways, below you can find the press release for Monday’s episode “Damage”
MORGAN EDGE SETS HIS SIGHTS ON LENA — When multiple children get sick from lead poisoning, Morgan Edge (guest star Adrian Pasdar) points the finger at Lena (Katie McGrath) and blames her creation of the lead bomb she made to save National City from the Daxamites. While Lena knows she never intended any harm, she fears there may have been a flaw in her design, leaving her responsible. Kara (Melissa Benoist) teams up with Samantha (Odette Annable) to clear Lena’s name, but it turns out to be harder than they thought. Meanwhile, Alex (Chyler Leigh) and Maggie (guest star Floriana Lima) make a crucial decision about the future of their relationship. Kevin Smith directed the episode written by Eric Carrasco & Cindy Lichtman (#305). Original airdate 11/6/2017.
2016 – Supergirl > Season Three > Episodic & Production Stills > 3.05 “Damage”
Our gallery was updated with screen captures from this week’s episode of Supergirl, “Far From The Tree”. Enjoy!
2016 – Supergirl > Season Three > Screencaptures > 3×03 “Far From The Tree”
EW posted Floriana’s first solo interview about Supergirl. Read bellow:
Supergirl will dive much more into Maggie’s history during Monday’s episode, which is shaping up to be a very emotional hour that features the introduction of Maggie’s father.
When Eliza Danvers (Helen Slater) throws a wedding shower for brides-to-be Alex (Chyler Leigh) and Maggie (Floriana Lima), the latter reaches out to her estranged father, who viewers know kicked a young Maggie out of the house when she was outed on Valentine’s Day. Suffice it to say, Oscar’s arrival will affect Maggie as old feelings of hurt and betrayal are brought to the surface.
“It’s very difficult for Maggie,” Lima tells EW. “This is a [part] Maggie’s story line that… is so complicated, deep, and painful, and something that so many people can relate to. After he kicked her out, she built herself up, she was very brave and she evolved into this very proud, strong, gay woman. She’s at this point where she’s very terrified that seeing him again, she’ll feel his rejection again. She isn’t sure that she can hold onto her strong self when they reunite.”
Though the story line proved emotionally exhausting, the actress praises Bernard for what he brought to the role in Monday’s upcoming hour. “First of all, I love Carlos,” Lima says. “I was ecstatic when they told me they cast him. Working with Carlos, I was so lucky. He’s such a committed guy and actor. You’re going to see that he’s really great in this role. He gave me chills and brought tears to my eyes. It was very fun to play as an actor.”
“What I really liked about it is we show that Maggie’s dad comes from a different culture, and it’s very hard for him to accept his daughter’s homosexuality,” Lima continues. “We show a little bit of that and your heart goes out to him, because he’s transcending prejudices of his own culture and it’s hard to get past that. What we see is it’s hard for a culture to change and grow. We’re almost even experiencing this in America right now, so we need to focus on compassion and reason.”