Gabrielle Carteris has shifted much of her focus to the promotion of her two newest projects: the neo-Western film Boon, and most recently, the miniseries We Own This City.
And on Thursday, with four days until the six-episode series debuts on HBO, the actress made her way to the New York premiere at The Times Center in Midtown Manhattan.
The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star has a recurring role in the show, playing Andrea Smith, the head of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force.
New film: Gabrielle Carteris, 61, attended the premiere of the film We Own This City at The Times Center in New York City on Thursday
Carteris, 61, would begin her night with a stop on the red carpet that included many of her cast members.
On this chilly night, the Arizona native strutted in front of the photographers in black pants, top, and a matching scarf wrapped around her neck.
She added some color and more warmth to the ensemble by wearing a black and white plaid jacket that resembled a long blazer or short overcoat that fell to her knees.
Her overall look was rounded out with a pair of black shoes, classy purse, and her dirty-blonde locks styled shoulder-length in the back with a small part on the left.
Law enforcement: The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum plays the head of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force in We Own This City
Leading man role: Jon Bernthal, 45, hit the red carpet in a blue pinstripe suit with a white dress shirt and brown shoes
His role: In the film, Bernthal plays Sgt. Wayne Jenkins, the central figure in the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force
Breakthrough: Jon Bernthal is best known to many fans for his role in The Walking Dead
Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green, We Own This City stars Jon Bernthal, Wunmi Mosaku, Jamie Hector, McKinley Belcher III, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Josh Charles, Dagmara Domińczy, Rob Brown, Don Harvey, David Corenswet, Larry Mitchell, Ian Duff, Delaney Williams and Lucas Van Engen.
A number of the cast were on hand for the premiere event, including leading man, Bernthal, who looked stylish in a blue pinstripe suit with a white dress shirt.
Some of the film and television actors who strutted their stuff on the red carpet included SMILF star Celeste Oliva, Leah Pressman, a very pregnant Margarita Levieva and Orange Is The New Black alum Alysia Reiner.
The team: Bernthal struck a pose with co-star Jamie Hector and director Reinaldo Marcus Green while on the red carpet
The premise: The miniseries details the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force and the corruption surrounding it; Green is seen with Bernthal
Making his mark: Green, 40, is also known for his work as director of the film King Richard
Hot pink: SMILF star Celeste Oliva, 32, turned heads in a pink suit that was paired with a black t-shirt and shoes
The miniseries details the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force and the corruption surrounding it.
Carteris has a recurring role, playing Andrea Smith, the head of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force.
Two days earlier, and still in promo mode, Carteris took to Instagram and posted a photo of herself standing by a pool wearing a We Own This City promotional jacket.
‘Proud to be apart of @WeOwnThisCity . An incredible cast and crew! #grateful airing soon on #HBO,’ she gushed in the caption.
Carteris, who’s best known for playing Andrea Zuckerman in the hit 1990w series Beverly Hills, 90210 and the more recent reboot BH90210, has also been pushing her new film, Boon.
Colorful: Actress Leah Pressman, 30, opted for a stylish dress that included a white bow tie in the chest region and a yellow skirt portion
Glowing: Pregnant Margarita Levieva, 42, who starred in two series Allegiance and Vanished. stepped out in an all-black ensemble
Unique: Orange Is The New Black alum Alysia Reiner, 51, showed off her unique style in a floral ensemble that included a sheer top and white ankle boots
Out and about: Maggie Gyllenhaal, 44, was seen at the premiere in New York City donning a black coat over a multi-colored dress
Upbeat: The Academy Award-nominated actress-writer had her brown locks combed on the spring weeknight in the city
Group shot: (L-R) David Alan Basche, Reiner and Gyllenhaal posed with one another at the premiere
‘Such a great experience working with this talent – from actors to crew,’ she began in an Instagram post earlier in April, adding, ‘I can not wait to see #Boon on, along with the captions: ‘#appletv #primevideo #googleplay #vudufans #xbox #xfinity #coxcommunications #dishnetwork #directtv #redbox #hoopladigital #presleyderek #jasonstarne #ruvemcdonough #thrive_colour #charlieuniformtango #neal_mcdonough #itsmechristiane #tommyflanaganofficial #ochoachristin #jasonscottlee #jamesmadio #demetriusgrosse #johnjordan37 #jakesawyermelrose #patmonahan than’
Along with Carteris, Boon also stars Neal McDonough, Tommy Flanagan, Christiane Seidel, Jason Scott Lee, James Madio, Demetrius Grosse and Christina Ochoa.
The neo-Western film hit theaters April 1, and is also available on demand and digital.
Promo mode: The actress also took to social media to push We Own This City
Other new role: Carteris has also been promoting the neo-Western film, Boon, which hit theaters April 1, and is also available on demand and digital