Jonathan Tucker, star of the hit sci-fi series “Debris”, was a guest on “LIVE with Kelly and Ryan” today, where he spoke about the new show and more
Today on ABC’s “LIVE with Kelly and Ryan“, Jonathan Tucker spoke with the hosts about his “Debris” series on NBC, falling in love with acting at a young age, ballet dancing and more.
An all new episode of “Debris” airs this Monday, April 26th at 10PM ET on NBC. You can check out a preview of the episode at the link. “Debris” episodes are also available on-demand and the Peacock TV app.
Jonathan Tucker is best known for his roles in films “The Virgin Suicides”, “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and “Hostage” and one of my all time favorites, “The Ruins”.
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“LIVE with Kelly and Ryan” is hosted by Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest. Check your local listings at KellyandRyan.com.
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