In the Season 10 premiere of the criminal procedural Hawaii 5-0, fans were introduced to new cast member, Katrina Law, who plays the strong-willed Quinn Liu.
The former staff sergeant with the Army Criminal Investigation Command proved to Lt. Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) that she would be an asset to the Five-0 team after she helped close a case by tracking down the assassin who had been targeting mob bosses.
Katrina Law teases that some exciting Season 10 surprises are in store for Hawaii Five-0 viewers.
Katrina has attended Kari Feinstein’s Pre-Oscar Style Lounge – Day 1 on February 23, 2017 at the Andaz Hotel in Los Angeles, California. You can check out 31 high quality photos in our gallery below.
Katrina has been seen at the LA Mission Christmas Dinner for the Homeless on December 23, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. You can check out 6 high quality photos in our gallery below.
ABC Family has begun production on its Amanda Knox-style drama pilot “Guilt,” and has set the cast, led by Katrina Law, Billy Zane and Daisy Head as the prime suspect.
Head (“The Syndicate”) will play Grace, a young girl American girl living in London who is stunned when she becomes the top suspect in the savage murder of her roommate. Law (“Arrow,” “Spartacus: War of the Damned”) will play her sister Natalie, an attorney who drops everything when Grace becomes a murder suspect. Zane (“Titanic”) has been cast as Stan, Grace’s cocky defense attorney, who revels in conflict and enjoys winning.
The cast is rounded out by Cristian Solimeno (“Rush”), who will play D.S. Bruno, an ambitious Scotland Yard detective sergeant who is determined to get to the bottom of the murder and is immediately intrigued by Natalie; Naomi Ryan (“Guardians of the Galaxy”), who will play Gwendolyn, the crown prosecutor who is heavily involved with the case and shares a complicated history with Bruno; Kevin Ryan (“Copper”) as Patrick, whose sister Molly is the victim, so he vows revenge on her killer; Zachary Fall (“Crossing Lines”) as Luc, Grace’s drug-addicted boyfriend, who also is suspected of Molly’s murder; Simona Brown (“The Casual Vacancy”) as Roz, who was Grace and Molly’s roommate and is involved with shady dealings; newcomer Sam Cassidy as Prince Theo, a member of the royal family who secretly crossed paths with Molly; and Dinita Gohill (“The Last Train”) as Meera, a student along with Molly and Grace who is also a reporter for the university paper.
The soapy hourlong drama hails from writer-exec producers Kathryn Price (“The Game Plan”) and Nichole Millard (“The Game Plan”). Former ABC Entertainment chief Steve McPherson will also serve as exec producer. Gary Fleder (“Kingdom,” “Scorpion”) will direct the pilot, which is a co-production of Sea to Sky Entertainment and BV Family Productions.
Pilot production on “Guilt” begins production this week in Budapest and London.
The San Diego Comic-Con has posted the schedule for Friday, July 10 and — good news everyone! — Katrina will be presenting a Will Eisner Comic Industry Award! Let’s hope for some pictures :)
The 27th Annual Eisner Awards (the “Oscars” of the comics industry) honor comics creators and works in 29 categories. Presenters will include singer-songwriter/actor/comics fan Ne-Yo (Non-Fiction); actors Shane West (Salem, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), Tara Ochs (Selma), Megan Hayes (Hunger Games), J. Michael Trautman (Shameless), Katrina Law (Arrow, Spartacus), Kandyse McClure (Battlestar Galactica, Smallville), and Tahmoe Penkett (Battlestar Galactica, Smallville); British talk show host/comics writer Jonathan Ross, nominees Michael and Laura Allred (iZombie, Silver Surfer); Milestone Media co-founder Michael Davis; Hall of Fame cartoonist Sergio Aragonés (Groo, MAD); writer/artist Bill Morrison (Bongo Comics), plus some special surprises! Other prestigious awards to be given out include the Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Award, the Bob Clampett Humanitarian Award, the Bill Finger Award for Excellence in Comics Writing, and the Will Eisner Spirit of Comics Retailer Award. .
Friday July 10, 2015 8:00pm – 10:30pm
Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
Next week’s installment of Arrow, titled “The Magician,” will feature a higher than average quotient of the al Ghul family. Not only is it the long-percolating debut of actor Matt Nable as Ra’s al Ghul, it’s also the return of Katrina Law as that character’s daughter, Nyssa al Ghul.
Law debuted as Nyssa in season two’s “Heir to the Demon,” which aired this past February. In the show, Nyssa is a member of the League of Assassins that has a romantic past with Sara Lance (Caity Lotz). Given the major developments early this fall in the show’s third season, there’s plenty for Nyssa to confront.
Written by Wendy Mericle & executive producer Marc Guggenheim and directed by John Behring, “The Magician” — the 50th overall episode of “Arrow” — is set to air 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29 on The CW.
Are there any past characters coming back to Arrow in Season 3? Along the lines of Kelly Hu’s China White? –Alamin
As you may have heard, Katrina Law will soon return as Nyssa al-Ghul, and given what happened to her lover Sara, the LOA badass “absolutely” has some bones to pick, Katie Cassidy told me. “You will see [Nyssa go through] a wide range of emotions,” Cassidy previewed, “but ultimately, through the resentment and negativity, youll get a chance to see [her and Laurel] sort of come to understanding.”
Variety Radio Online was invited to join the DragonCon press room interview with Paul Blackthorne, Caity Lotz, and Katrina Law.
At theComic-Con 2014 “Outlander” premiere, Katrina Law chats with Access about her return to “Arrow.” What’s in store for Nyssa al Ghul this season? Plus, what is she looking forward to most about seeing “Outlander”?