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Thursday / January 23 / 2020

Jake McDorman to Star in Happiest Season

It was announced today that Jake is part of the star-studded cast of the romantic-comedy film, Happiest Season! Mary Steenburgen, Victor Garber, Alison Brie, and Dan Levy lead the cast. The film is set to hit theaters on November 20th.

Co-written by Mary Holland, Happiest Season follows a young woman (Stewart) whose plan to propose to her girlfriend (Davis) while at her family’s annual holiday party is upended when she discovers her partner hasn’t yet come out to her conservative parents (played by Steenburgen and Garber).

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Wednesday / November 27 / 2019

Watchmen 1.06 This Extraordinary Being Screencaps

Jake guest-starred in the recent episode of Watchmen as Nelson Gardner, also known as Captain Metropolis. Check out high-resolution screencaps in our gallery!


Sunday / October 20 / 2019

D23 Expo 2019

The cast of The Right Stuff attended this year’s D23 Expo last August 24th for a Q&A panel session. Check out photos of Jake at the event in our gallery!


Wednesday / July 24 / 2019

First Look on The Right Stuff

National Geographic released a special featurette for their upcoming original series, The Right Stuff, as the show begins production. The first look video highlights the entire team visiting the Kennedy Space Center last July 16th to also give the actors exposure to the real world of experimental flight test.


Monday / July 08 / 2019

Grand Opening of McDorman Headquarters!

Hello and welcome to McDorman Headquarters!, your newest and ultimate online resource for all things related to actor, Jake McDorman! He is best known for his roles in television shows such as Greek, Limitless, and most recently, the Murphy Brown revival. You may also know him from films such as Aquamarine and American Sniper.

Today is also Jake’s 33rd birthday, and I would like to wish him a very happy birthday! I have been such a big fan of Jake, and this site has been three years in the making so I’m really excited to have it finally open. Yes, the site name is a nod to one of my favorite episodes from one of my favorite series, Limitless. The gallery is as complete as I could get it; a few of Jake’s earlier projects are too hard to find, but I will update it if I somehow finally find them. At the moment, it currently holds over 50,000 images, varying from red carpet events, photo sessions, movie & television projects, and more!

Feel free to browse the site, including the career page I set up wherein you can find a lot more details about each of Jake’s projects. Let us know what you think and if there’s any error you come across. You can also reach us on Twitter at @jakemcdormancom.


Saturday / June 15 / 2019

Jake McDorman to Star in Nat Geo Series The Right Stuff

New project alert! Jake is set to star in National Geographic’s TV adaption of The Right Stuff, based on Tom Wolfe’s novel of the same name. He will portray Alan Shepard, one of the best test pilots in Navy history, who is furiously competitive. Production begins this fall, and the series is expected to premiere next year!

Jake McDorman (What We Do in the Shadows) and Joe Dempsie(Game of Thrones) are set to star opposite Patrick J. Adams in National Geographic’s scripted series The Right Stuff, based on Tom Wolfe’s best-selling nonfiction book. They will play three of the seven astronauts who comprised the famed Mercury Seven. Cast as the remaining four are Aaron Staton (Narcos: Mexico), Michael Trotter (Underground), Micah Stock (Escape at Dannemora) and James Lafferty (Castle Rock).

The Right Stuff,  from Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way and Warner Horizon Scripted Television, takes a look at what would become America’s first “reality show,” as ambitious astronauts and their families become instant celebrities in a competition that either will kill them or make them immortal in the quest to be a part of Project Mercury.

Adams plays Maj. John Glenn, a revered test pilot and committed family man with unwavering principles; McDorman portrays Alan Shepard, one of the best test pilots in Navy history, who is furiously competitive; Dempsie plays Lt. Gordon Cooper, the youngest of the seven who was selected to everyone’s surprise; Staton portrays Wally Schirra, a competitive pilot with a gift for pulling pranks; Lafferty plays Scott Carpenter, a soulful man who was dubbed “The Poet” by the other astronauts; Stock portrays Deke Slayton, a taciturn but incredibly intelligent pilot and engineer; and Trotter plays Gus Grissom, a no-nonsense test pilot who eventually becomes the second man in space.

The first season of The Right Stuff, which uses Wolfe’s book as its jumping-off point, starts at the height of the Cold War. To combat a national sentiment of fear and decline, the U.S. government conceives of NASA’s Project Mercury, igniting a space race with the Soviets and making instant celebrities of a handful of the military’s adrenaline-fueled test pilots. These individuals, who come to be known as the Mercury Seven, are forged into heroes long before they have achieved a single heroic act. At the heart of a historic drama populated by deeply human characters, archrivals Glenn and Shepard jockey to become the first man in space.

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Saturday / May 11 / 2019

CBS Cancels Murphy Brown

It’s official, Murphy Brown will not be returning for a twelfth season.

The return of Murphy Brown will not be returning to CBS. The network officially canceled the Candice Bergen-led series Friday after weeks of speculation on a possible eleventh-hour comeback.

In the second wave of revival fever fueling networks in recent years, the Emmy winning show returned to CBS last September almost 20 years after the original run of the Diane English-created series ended. However, tackling the fake news and politics of the Donald Trump era onscreen and the NFL on Fox on the schedule, the revival of the acerbic sitcom proved a pricey ratings disappointment.

Initially conceived as a one-time 13-episode run, the 11th season of sorts dived by 39% in viewers and the 18-49 demographic from its premiere to its December 20, 2018 finale, which had a 1.1 rating and an audience of 7.01 million.

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