Welcome to Jack Falahee Web! This site aims to be your ultimate online source on all things related to actor, Jack Falahee. He currently stars as Connor Walsh in the ABC legal drama series, How to Get Away with Murder, and as Frank Stringfellow in the PBS period drama series, Mercy Street. Thank you for visiting the site, and check back soon for all the latest news, photos, media, and more on Jack.
March 10, 2016
Mercy Street

PBS has renewed the drama — its first original scripted production in more than a decade — for a second season, the public broadcaster said Wednesday.

“We are thrilled with the overwhelmingly positive response to ‘Mercy Street’ and the return of high-quality American drama on PBS stations,” said Beth Hoppe, PBS chief programming officer and general manager, general audience programming, in a prepared statement. “We’re looking forward to a second season offering more fascinating stories inspired by historical events. The effort from everyone involved, including the producers, directors, historical consultants, actors and PBS stations, resulted in an extraordinary series that exemplifies PBS’ world-class programming.”

The drama explores life in Alexandria, Virginia in the Spring of 1862. The border town between North and South is the longest-occupied Confederate city of the war and ruled under martial law, The drama follows the stories of multiple characters, whose lives intersect at Mansion House, a family luxury hotel transformed into a Union Army hospital.

The first season was executive produced by Ridley Scott and David W. Zucker of Scott Free; Lisa Q. Wolfinger; and David Zabel. PBS said its January 17 premiere reached more than 5.7 million viewers, and that the series’ six episodes have streamed 2 million times (from January 14-February 28) across available platforms, which include PBS station websites, PBS.org and PBS apps for iOS, Android, FireTV, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox 360 and Windows 10.

The ensemble cast for season two will include Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Josh Radnor, Gary Cole,Hannah James, Brad Koed Jr., Norbert Leo Butz, Tara Summers, McKinley Belcher III, Jack Falahee, AnnaSophia Robb, Donna Murphy, Suzanne Bertish and Luke Macfarlane.

Source: Variety

March 03, 2016
Mercy Street

Apologies for the delay on these, I have updated the gallery with episode stills from Mercy Street, as well as high-resolution screencaps from the 5th and 6th episodes.

Television Shows – Mercy Street (2016) – Season 1 – Episode Stills – 1.04 – The Belle Alliance
Television Shows – Mercy Street (2016) – Season 1 – Episode Stills – 1.05 – Dead Room
Television Shows – Mercy Street (2016) – Season 1 – Episode Stills – 1.06 – The Diabolical Plot
Television Shows – Mercy Street (2016) – Season 1 – Screencaptures – 1.05 – Dead Room
Television Shows – Mercy Street (2016) – Season 1 – Screencaptures – 1.06 – The Diabolical Plot

Jack talks about his two currently airing shows, How to Get Away with Murder and Mercy Street, in this five-minute interview with Good Day LA.

February 10, 2016
Mercy Street

I have updated the gallery with 240 high-resolution screencaps from the recent episode of Mercy Street.

February 02, 2016
Mercy Street

We finally met Frank Stringfellow in the latest episode of Mercy Street, and he surely wasn’t the type of man we were all expecting. I have added 1 promotional photo, 1 still and 185 high-resolution screencaps to the gallery!

Television Productions – Mercy Street (2016) – Season 1 – Promotional Photos
Television Productions – Mercy Street (2016) – Season 1 – Episode Stills – 1.03 – The Uniform
Television Productions – Mercy Street (2016) – Season 1 – Screencaptures – 1.03 – The Uniform

What drew you to “Mercy Street”?

It takes place during the Civil War, in Alexandria, Va., and the writers and creative team have done an incredible job of sewing together what it really was like. I play Frank Stringfellow, who was a real person. He wanted to fight for God and Virginia and his country. When we were down there, the Charleston church shooting happened, and it made me think that it’s an ongoing struggle that our country still hasn’t reckoned with.

Is working on a period piece more difficult than working on a show in the modern age?

For me, it is almost easier. You have to put on your uniform and you talk in a foreign accent and you’re on a horse and you’re shooting guns. It almost feels more real than when I get in my Prius and drive to Hollywood. Maybe because the horse does half the acting.

What’s it like working alongside Viola Davis?

She’s an idol of mine. When I was at NYU, I saw “Fences” on Broadway with her and Denzel (Washington). Flash-forward a year and a half, and I’m sitting at a table read for “How to Get Away With Murder.” You’re only as good as No. 1 on the call sheet, and she’s been a really fantastic leader.

Is it ever difficult to keep the twists and surprises a secret?

My mom is the one who really presses me for information. That’s the biggest burden I have — withholding secrets from my mother.

Source: Variety

December 22, 2015
Mercy Street

Only less than a month until the premiere of Mercy Street. Check out a promotional photo of Jack as Frank Stringfellow, a short description of his character, and a behind-the-scenes featurette below.

Frank Stringfellow, a Confederate scout and spy, is Emma Green’s beau. Unbeknownst to his beloved, he is on a covert mission in Alexandria disguised as a dental assistant. Dashing, idealistic and reckless, Frank is caught up in the thrill of intrigue. He has yet to determine what is more important to him—his love for Emma or the Southern cause. He attracts the attention of the Knights of the Golden Circle, a secret pro-slavery society dedicated to annexing a “golden circle” of territories, including Mexico and the Caribbean, to the Confederacy. Frank soon becomes embroiled in high-stakes terrorist activities that could affect his relationship with Emma.