Common Visits Good Morning America; Anson Mount Joins for Good Day L.A.

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This week, Common makes the early show rounds ahead of Hell on Wheels‘ Season 2 premiere this Sunday, appearing on Good Morning America and Good Day L.A. with Anson Mount. Read on for more Hell on Wheels news:

Anson Mount and Common visit the set of FOX’s Good Day L.A. ahead of the Season 2 premiere.

Common also sits down with Good Morning America, talking about leadership, relationships, and fitting in with society.

The Hollywood Reporter offers a sneak peek video of the Hell on Wheels Season 2 premiere, courtesy of AMC.

Check out Entertainment Tonight for a clip from the Season 2 premiere featuring Elam and Eva. Robin McLeavy, who plays Eva, talks about her character’s background to Maximo TV: “It’s a very conflicted experience that she’s had, and it’s a really great thing to play in the show.”

Colm Meaney reveals his favorite scene from Hell on Wheels to the New York Daily News.

TV.com calls Hell on Wheels “well paced, engaging, and yes, gorgeous to look at.”

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution includes Hell on Wheels in its list of TV’s best bets this week, as do the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the Contra Costa Times.

• Check out another video from the Hell on Wheels Season 2 premiere at Indiewire, this one featuring Elam and Durant.

Hollywood.com offers a Season 2 sneak peek of Lily, commenting, “There’s nothing quite like a 19th century woman with a crisp accent and the ability to stare down any man who crosses her.”

RedEye catches up with Anson Mount, who’s excited for Season 2 “because now the action is tied into character growth and character reversal.”

• Canada’s Postmedia News reports that the Hell on Wheels Season 2 premiere will feature “train robberies, unexpected sexual liaisons, strange allegiances and even a murder.”

Comic Book Resources puts Hell on Wheels on its list of August TV debuts it can’t wait to watch.

Canada’s Postmedia News includes Hell on Wheels in its pop culture highlights for the week, welcoming Season 2 as a “respite from the frontal-lobe assault that is summer reality TV.”

Hollywood Soapbox‘s Season 1 DVD/Blu-ray review describes Hell on Wheels as “arguably one of the best (and most overlooked) shows on television.”

Author Heath Lowrance writes on his blog that he’s a fan of Hell on Wheels, a show that “really, really delivers.”

G4‘s “Attack of the Show!” interviews Common (who “brings something special to everything he touches”) about Hell on Wheels and shares some photos of him on the talk show’s set.

TV Overmind highlights Sunday’s marathon of Hell on Wheels Season 1 episodes that will lead right into the Season 2 premiere.

Cinema Blend notes that Season 1 of Hell on Wheels is available on Netflix — and “it’s definitely worth sampling if you like the genre.”

Monsters and Critics has photos from a screening of the Season 2 premiere.

Multichannel News highlights AMC’s “Raise Hell” sweepstakes, featuring the Zac Brown Band.

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