Beth riesgraf dating christian kane

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In Season 1, "The Librarians" was the second-most popular new series on basic cable, just behind another TNT series, "The Last Ship." According to TNT, "The Librarians" reached an average of 11.4 million viewers per episode via multiple platforms, including mobile and Video On Demand.On the show, which comes from the same production company as "Leverage," Kane plays Jacob Stone, the Oklahoma-raised oil pipeline worker who, despite a rugged exterior, happens to be a total brainiac when it comes to architecture and art history. John Rogers is the producer of the show, and he worries about me making the transition from Eliot to Jacob Stone.

And people might not be used to that, because they're used to seeing us all in a certain way.

And now, it's Rebecca Romijn and John Larroquette," two of his "Librarians" costars. If you love nature and you love food, it's a good place to be.

Kane lives in Los Angeles when he's not filming "The Librarians" or traveling to appear at fan conventions. And they've got some of the most beautiful golf courses up there." Kane is also feeling good about Season 2 of "The Librarians," the fantasy-adventure about an intrepid group who are in touch with the magic the rest of the world can't see, and are charged with trying to protect ancient treasures and keep evil magical forces at bay.

Christian Kane finished shooting "The Librarians" Season 2 in Portland this summer, but the actor is an old hand at spending time in the Rose City.

"I've been in Portland more in the last seven years than I've been in Los Angeles," Kane says in a phone interview.

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"They're all crazy, and they have to be to be a fan of me." But the Kaniac fandom, Kane says, "is bigger than me." His fans have become active in fundraising, and volunteering for charity causes, such as fighting breast cancer. Not everybody is so fortunate." For now, Kane is hoping people watch and enjoy Season 2 of "The Librarians." He thinks Portlanders should get a special kick out of it, because "about 95 percent of our cast in every show is from Portland.