Wednesday, December 12, 2007


Latest from Tv Guide's Ausiello:

Question: I'm dying to hear the latest scoop on House!— Jim
Ausiello: Did you hear? Christmas has been extended through January! Due to a strike-related scheduling issue, House's holiday episode won't air until Jan. 29! Crazy, huh? And here's an added scoopbit: Helping to spread some of that belated holiday cheer is none other than West Wing's Janel Moloney. She's guesting in the episode as a patient — a single mom with an atypical relationship with her young daughter.

Question: It's been forever since you gave us some scoop about Smallville. Got anything? Please? Pretty please? — Angie
Ausiello: I can confirm that Jane Seymour is returning for the final pre-strike episode (No. 15), which probably won't air until February. It's safe to say she'll appear in a flashback since Lana stabbed her to death in Season 4. I think it's also safe to say said flashback will finally reveal both why her character was such a raging bitch and what connection she has to a certain Smallville villain (cough, Brainiac, cough).

Question: Will there be a third season of Dexter? — Kelly
Ausiello: Yes, but the name of a series regular will be missing from the opening credits. And you'll find out which one when the second-season finale airs this Sunday.

Question: Anything at all on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles? — Kelley
Ausiello: Not sure how much of this is already out there, but Damages' wonderfully creepy Garret Dillahunt is playing the recurring role of a Terminator named Cromartie, a shape-shifter, who's after Sarah and John. (Cromartie was played by Owain Yeoman in the pilot; Garret will come aboard after that). Additionally, Drive's Brian Bloom has also been cast as a bad Terminator, and 90210's Brian Austin Green is playing… actually, I'm not allowed to say who he's playing. Apparently, it's a huge reveal.

Question: We're hearing that something bad happens to Booth and Brennan in the last scene of Episode 12. Please tell us more about this! — Magali and Clare
Ausiello: The process-of-elimination game begins in this week's Ausiello Report vodcast!

Question: Can you do anything to find out when Lost is going to premiere?— Pat
Ausiello: I'm hearing it'll either be February or (egads!) April. We should know for sure later today when ABC unveils its entire strike-imposed sked.

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