Saturday, August 30, 2008

More Heroes Promo Pics!

Source: The ODI

House Promo Pics!

For Episode 5x01 "Dying Changes Everything":

Prison Break Press Release!

Episode 4x04 "Eagles & Angels:


Michael, Lincoln and Sucre must crash a police benefit to obtain the next card key. Reeling from another death, Sarah falls back into an old habit. T-Bag arouses suspicion and runs into some old “friends” his first day on the job in the “Eagles & Angels” episode of PRISON BREAK airing Monday, Sept. 15 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

Cast: Dominic Purcell as Lincoln Burrows; Wentworth Miller as Michael Scofield; Sarah Wayne Callies as Dr. Sara Tancredi; Amaury Nolasco as Fernando Sucre; William Fichtner as Alexander Mahone; Robert Knepper as Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell; Wade Williams as Brad Bellick; Jodi Lyn O’Keefe as Gretchen; Michael Rapaport as Don Self; Chris Vance as James Whistler; Danay Garcia as Sofia Lugo

Guest Cast: Cress Williams as Wyatt; James Hiroyuki Liao as Roland Glenn; Shannon Lucio as Trishanne; Leon Russom as Pad Man; Michael Bryan French as Gregory White; Stacy Haiduk as Lisa Tabak; Troy Ruptash as Jasper Potts;

Pic source: Spoilertv

Prison Break Promo Pics!

For Episode 4x04 "Eagles & Angels"

Chuck Sneak Peek!

Dollhouse Sneak Peek!

Friday, August 29, 2008

House Promo!

Smallville Preview!

Supernatural Promo!

Terminator Death?

Producers of Fox's SF series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles surprised audiences at last month's Comic-Con International with the announcement that a major character will die in the upcoming second season, which premieres Sept. 9 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox. So creator Josh Friedman and star Lena Headey chose their words carefully when speaking about the revelation in a conference call with reporters on Aug. 28. One thing Friedman promised is that the death will not be a cheap trick. "You'll know it when you see it," Friedman, who is also an executive producer, said. "You won't have to ask about it. When that character dies, we'll all know."

With all this death talk, you'd have to think the title character is safe. But Headey warned to expect the unexpected this year. "I don't think you can ever feel safe, to quote Sarah," Headey said with a laugh. Season two will showcase the softer side of Sarah as John Connor (Thomas Dekker) starts to step up to his future calling as human leader of the resistance against the machines. "Sarah has taken a kind of back seat in terms of being proactive," Headey said of her character this season. "My feeling is that there's a slow madness happening in her, because she feels that everyone's gone out of reach for her. We're going to see a lot more of John taking control and taking steps towards becoming the man he has to be."

Garbage lead singer Shirley Manson makes her acting debut this season as Catherine Weaver, the chief executive of Zeriacorp, a company trying to develop computer technology from "Turk," the chess-playing machine introduced in the first season. Although some have already referred to this new character as evil, Friedman said that she's more complicated and mysterious. "It's like Jessica Rabbit," Friedman offered for comparison. "[Her plan to grow the Turk is] not personal." At the end of the first season, FBI agent James Ellison (Richard T. Jones) got first-hand confirmation of a Terminator's existence.

Friedman also talked about where that knowledge will take the character: "Now that he knows for sure that they exist, he's sort of determined to figure out why he's a part of this arrangement. I think that Cromartie's [Garret Dillahunt] particular suggestions to him and the fact that he's been left alive indicates that he may have a larger part in the plan." When asked about potential cameos from past Terminator movies such as Michael Biehn, for example, Friedman said that he thinks those kind of stunt cameos would be too distracting.

The only cameo he admitted to is Bijou Phillips (Hostel: Part II, Almost Famous). "I can't say [who the others are]," Friedman said. "Most of the guest stars die when they come on."


Fringe Scoop!


Heroes Spoilers!

NBC has released descriptions of the first two hours of the upcoming third season of Heroes, which returns Sept. 22 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, while SCI FI Wire has screened the first hour and can offer a few major spoilers of our own.

In "The Second Coming," the first hour of the third season, "Villains," a key villain from the past suddenly reappears, future versions of Claire and Peter are revealed, a key character dies and two previously non-superpowered characters unexpectedly develop powers. Viewers also learn what Sylar really does with those brains. And the fate of the world rests on a mysterious piece of paper. As for the episode's title? Look up William Butler Yeats.

Here's NBC's description of "The Second Coming": "The first chapter of Volume 3: Villains kicks off moments after shots rang out, as the shocking identity of Nathan's (Adrian Pasdar) assassin and the reasons why the Texas press conference had to be cut short are revealed--immediately throwing Peter (Milo Ventimiglia) and Matt (Greg Grunberg) into unexpected, uncharted territory.

With his powers partially restored, Sylar (Zachary Quinto) decides a visit to Claire (Hayden Panettiere) could give him a boost. Meanwhile, in Tokyo, Hiro (Masi Oka) and Ando (James Kyson Lee) are charged with safeguarding a family secret that could split the planet apart and discover that the path to a grim future starts with shady speedster, Daphne (guest star Brea Grant). "In New York City, thanks to Maya (Dania Ramirez), Suresh (Sendhil Ramamurthy) makes a startling breakthrough that could change the world--or just destroy his. And who is Tracy Strauss?"

Here's NBC's description of the second hour, "The Butterfly Effect." "In the shocking second chapter of Volume 3: Villains, Angela Petrelli (Cristine Rose) confronts her much-changed son, Peter, as the bursts of violence around them only hint to the catastrophes to come. "First, Syla declares war on the Company by attacking their main facility and finds even more than he bargained for on Level 5. During a devastating battle with Elle (guest star Kristen Bell), a dozen savage criminals--all with terrible abilities--escape. Meanwhile, Claire discovers something new and unexpected about her abilities.

"Determined to reclaim his family's terrible secret, Hiro and Ando track Daphne to Paris. After a fateful night, Suresh is thrilled to find his research, his life and his relationship with Maya evolving in leaps and bounds. "Stuck in unfamiliar territory, Matt finds a guide (guest star Ntare Mwine) to help him."


Heroes Promo Pics!

Source: THE ODI

Prison Break Scoop!


Smallville Promo Pics!

For Episode 3x01 "Odyssey":
For Episode 3x02 "Plastique":

Bones/Chuck Scoop!


"Bonehead Move: Looks like the engagement of Bones' Angela and Hodgins will be broken this year after Angela takes relationship advice from Sweets. And on the subject of bad advice, it seems the incarcerated Zack -- whom Sweets visits often -- is blaming Gormagon for his murderous actions. Zack apparently understands that what he did was wrong and he's sorry that he fell for the line of B.S. Gormagon fed him, but he stands by the fact that he was just following what he believed to be right at the time."


"Father Chucker: Remember how I told you that Chuck Bartowski's partner/pretend girlfriend Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) has some daddy issues that we'll be learning more about this season? Yes, well, I'm now hearing we'll be meeting said daddy. A skilled con artist, who often used his daughter as a good distraction during a scheme, Sarah's pop will supposedly team with Chuck and company on a top secret mission. He'll also pass judgement on his kid's relationship with C.B. and shed a little light on their true feelings for each other."

Source: Zap2it

Sarah Connor Chronicles Interview!

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Dexter Episode Details!

Episode 3x03 "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"

Dexter encounters a fellow predator; a murder is pinned on Freebo, but Dexter knows the truth; Dexter struggles with a growing friendship with Miguel.

Airs: 12th October 2008

Source: SpoilerTV

Chuck Sneak Peek!

Dexter Episode Title!

Episode 3x09 of Dexter will be called "About Last Night".

Ten Reasons to Watch True Blood!


Fringe Spoilers!

"Amid the red-and-blue flashing light of squad cars, FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham strides purposefully through the Boston parking garage with companions Peter Bishop and his father, eccentric scientist Walter Bishop, toward the crime scene. Greeted by a building supervisor, she is told that the elevator simply dropped several floors, crashing violently into the garage. "That's impossible," Peter says as they examine the wreckage. Walter and Olivia draw closer, peering inside the wrecked elevator car, where several people died. Or so it seems.


The scene is actually part of Fox's upcoming SF TV series Fringe. Dunham is actually Australian actress Anna Torv; Peter is Joshua Jackson, and Walter is fellow Aussie John Noble. The garage is real, but it's in New York City, where Fringe is filming on a breezy Aug. 26, which doubles for the show's Boston setting. And SCI FI Wire was able to get an exclusive glimpse behind the scenes of the much-anticipated show and talk with the principals. The garage has been transformed into a crime scene, complete with emergency vehicles (Massachusetts state trooper units, a coroner's van), emergency personnel (extras in FBI windbreakers and cop uniforms), lights, gurneys and yellow police tape.

The wrecked elevator is actually a facade built into the garage. The episode is titled "Power Hungry" and is the fifth of the first season. And all three stars are on set this day, joking easily among themselves between takes before blocking out their movements with episode director Chris Misiano. Ask them what Fringe is about, however, and you're more likely to get a look of amused exasperation. "I'm really excited for the show to premiere so then I stop getting asked the question, because ... I never know which way to go," Torv said with a smile. "It's kind of got a bit of everything, I don't think it's genre-specific. I think that it is very science fiction, but more emphasis on the science as opposed to the fiction. There's drama, because your characters are all real, but they're dealing with these ... horrific [scenarios]. So I think there's elements of horror; there's elements of action. There's investigative [stories], there's crime-solving. I mean, it's just all consuming and far-reaching."

From J.J. Abrams and his Star Trek writing team of Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, Fringe centers on FBI agent Olivia Dunham, who finds herself drawn into an investigation of a mysterious aircraft disaster in Boston. Olivia's desperate search for help to save her gravely injured partner leads to brilliant scientist Walter Bishop, who has been institutionalized for the last 17 years. And the only way to question him requires pulling his estranged son, Peter, in to help.

The investigation gets weirder and weirder as Olivia discovers that things--and science--are not what they seem. Torv agreed with Orci's description of the show's theme being "the family you choose." "I do, absolutely," she said. "And I think that as the show progresses, they will need each other more and more and more." But, she added, "The power of three's a fun little number, because ... the dynamic is always going to shift, and you're always going to need one person more than the other. ... I was brought up in a family of three, and there's always two people against one."

The show is currently filming the fifth of its initial 13 episodes. "Power Hungry" deals with the trio's investigation of an elevator crash that was caused by some kind of mysterious power surge. Their investigation leads to a young man, Joseph (guest star Ebon Moss-Bachrach), who appears to give off some kind of odd electrical charge. As is typical in Fringe, the pursuit uncovers a sinister plot involving "fringe science" and the nefarious motives of another scientist (guest star Max Baker). And the race is on to find Joseph and uncover the plot. In another shot, the camera dollies into the wrecked elevator, where Joseph is lying unconscious atop a pile of bodies, including the office girl on whom he has a crush. Joseph awakes, looks around in horror, then spies the girl lying beside him. She's clearly dead, and he's horrified.

"Oh, God ..." he utters before clambering out of the dusty death carriage. The episode promises Fringe's mix of humor, science, horror and mystery, as well as the interpersonal drama among the three principal characters. "There's some fairly gruesome things that have happened, to be honest with you, and some fairly bizarre things, and I'm not going to tell you any more, because that's to be revealed," Noble said, with a grin. "But I think everyone will find them interesting and just close enough to [reality to] possibly go, 'Oh, my goodness, that's weird.' And I don't want to tell you. I'm not going to tell you any more."

Fringe premieres Sept. 9 and will air Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT"


Supernatural Episode Details!

Episode 4x01 "Lazarus Rising"

It's four months later and Dean wakes in a pine box. He's been freed from Hell. He has a joyful reunion with Sam and Bobby, but it isn't long before the three wonder what exactly pulled Dean from Hell and what it will want in return.

Source: CW

Stargate Atlantis Promo Pics!


Harry Potter Promo Pics!


Major Heroes Spoiler!

There are two deleted scenes you have to watch first from last season before you get to the spoiler......

Prison Break Pics!


Fringe Scoop!

Sarah Connor Chronicles Gag Reel!

Chuck Gets Full Season!

NBC is giving an early vote of confidence to "Chuck," picking up the back nine episodes of the sophomore skein.Also Wednesday, Peacock renewed summer reality hit "America's Got Talent" for a fourth season."Chuck's" full-season order comes more than a month before the show's Sept. 29 premiere date. Exec producer Josh Schwartz called the pickup "unexpected.""It's an incredible show of faith by NBC and so amazingly nice to get based on the work alone," Schwartz said.

Peacock execs said they were pleased with the first six episodes in "Chuck's" second season and wanted to keep the momentum going."This show has really hit its stride and deserves a full-season commitment to carry out the producers' vision for this unique series," said Teri Weinberg, exec veep of NBC Entertainment."Chuck" launched last year but was cut short by the writers strike. Rather than bring it back in the spring, NBC opted to hold the show back and relaunch it this fall.

Source: Variety

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Smallville Spoilers!


Smallville Promo Pics & Press Release!

For Episode 8x01 "Odyssey":
Press Release:

Psych Promo Pics!


True Blood Promo!

Dexter Episode Details!

Episode 3x03 - The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Dexter encounters a fellow predator; a murder is pinned on Freebo but Dexter knows the truth; Dexter struggles with his growing friendship with Miguel.

Episode 3x02 - Finding Freebo

Miami cops are tasked with finding the alleged killer of the Assistant D.A.'s younger brother; Dexter and Rita move closer to making a decision about their family.

Episode 3x01 - Our Father

Dexter targets a dope dealer who is also in the sights of Assistant D.A. Miguel Prado; Internal Affairs puts pressure on Debra.

Source: SpoilerTV

Sarah Connor Chronicles Script Piece!

For Episode 2x09 "The Beast in Me":

Burn Notice Episode Details!

Episode 2x08 "Double Booked"

Michael is asked by a fellow former spy to perform a contract killing, but he opts instead to protect the female target. Tim Matheson guest stars.

Airs: 11th September 2008

Source: SpoilerTV

Eureka Episode Details!

Episode 3x06 "Phased & Confused"

The emergence of a superhero makes Carter's job more difficult; Thorne's subterranean search for a secret beneath Eureka imperils Zoe and her friends.

Airs: 9th September 2008

Source: SpoilerTV


Is it true that Prison Break's Michael is losing the tattoo? I felt so bad for Wentworth stuck in long-sleeved shirts in the Dallas sun! — Christine

Matt: 'Tis true. As you'll see on Monday night, Scofield books a (truly grueling) date with a dermatologist so as to better safeguard his identity as well as afford him greater wardrobe options (including shirtlessness, the ladyfolk hope). "It was a laborious process putting that [fake tattoo] on," says a relieved Wentworth Miller. "I am looking forward to rolling my sleeves up!" (FYI: I'm one-and-a-half episodes into the new season, and he has yet to do that. Patience!)

Got any scoop on Season 3 of Kyle XY? – Jackson

Matt: Do I have a belly button? Of course I do! When the series picks up in January (and right after the prom), we'll see that like all good "super heroes," Kyle will start to worry that his honey, Amanda, isn't safe in his life. Someone must then see an opportunity, because Kyle fires up a new flame by season's end.

I want to thank you for all the spoilers you give us regarding Smallville, but what about non-'shipper Lois Lane info? What will she doing besides working with Clark? How will her relationship be with her new boss, Tess Mercer? What will she think about Chloe's new friend, aka Doomsday? — Celia

Matt: Fine, twist my arm, make me schedule some quality time with Erica Durance. Keep an eye out for that Q&A!

Is Stark permanently gone from Eureka? For real? His death really screws with the show's fantastic dynamics. — Vanessa

Mickey: Call it The Lost Effect, but I feel like half my job lately is verifying that TV characters who have died are actually dead. So here's another: R.I.P., Nathan Stark (Ed Quinn), who is truly six feet under. "Anything is possible in Eureka," allows series co-creator Jaime Paglia, "but we aren't trying to pull the rug out from the audience." Though Stark's passing resolves the Stark-Allison-Carter triangle, Paglia promises that "surprising" new characters will change up the dynamics (I swear, he totally used the same word) in revealing ways. So stay tuned.

Source: TV Guide

True Blood Sweepstakes!

Details here:


Question: Do you have any new Lois/Clark Smallville scoop? -- Trish

Ausiello: At some point within the first seven episodes, one of them will confess their love for the other. (Hint: The one doing the confessing is not pictured to the left.) Also within that time frame: Jimmy will ****** *** Clark's ******.

Question: Please give me some good news regarding Cameron and House. -- Tammy

Ausiello: Not exactly sure if this qualifies as good, but Cameron starts spending a lot of time at Wilson's pad in the first two episodes. Officially, she's sprinkling some of her special widower fairy dust on his Amber-grieving soul. Unofficially, I'm guessing they had again Wikipedia comes through in a pinch!

Question: Just three weeks until House returns! Give us something! -- Kristina

Ausiello: Call me crazy, but I was getting a serious Damages vibe after watching the Sept. 16 season premiere.

Question: Huh? Fox's official House site lists Thirteen's real name as Rena Hadley. I thought her real name was Remy? -- Polly

Ausiello: It was! It is! A House rep tells me someone goofed and listed her name as Rena on the site. It should be fixed by the time you read this.

Question: Got any spoilers on Chuck? Please, I'm writing to you all the way from Spain! -- Miguel

Ausiello: Anyone know how you say "Simma down now" in Spanish? Anywho, Chuck boss Josh Schwartz reveals in this week's episode of Ausiello TV that "a major character dies" in the Sept. 29 season premiere. To find out what else Schwartz has to say, click here and watch the damn thing.

Question: Is there anything you can spill about the second season of Burn Notice? -- Meredith

Ausiello: Nothing major. Just a little thing called a freakin' 4400 reunion! Scott Peters (a.k.a. The 4400's creator) is directing this season's 12th episode, which features a guest turn by none other than The 4400's No. 1 stud Joel Gretsch. That's the good news. The bad news is it'll be a while before anyone sees the episode. You see, Burn Notice is doing that annoying cable thing and splitting its current, 16-episode second season into two mini-seasons. Season 2.A wraps with episode nine on Sept. 18, and Season 2.B picks up with episode 10 in early January. That puts Episode 12 on the air around February....just in time for my birthday!

Question: Anything on Lost that you haven't been telling us? -- Brenda

Ausiello: Yep. Tons.

Question: What will change Dexter's life forever at the end of the first episode of the new season? -- Claire

Ausiello: The answer to this question can be summed up in two little words, neither of which I'll be revealing here.

Question: I haven't seen a Heroes scoop in quite awhile. Can you make like future Hiro and give us a small morsel? -- Liz

Ausiello: It's official: Seth Green and Breckin will be geeking out for an episode or two (or three?) later this fall. Their deals closed last week.

Question: Since you've got the inside track, any reviews or early scoops on the HBO series True Blood? -- Michael

Ausiello: I still haven't gotten around to watching it yet. Well, that's not entirely true. I accidentally popped in the DVD for episode 5 thinking it was the season premiere of Entourage. My first reaction? Johnny Drama must have spent the hiatus getting cast in some really awful direct-to-DVD vampire flick. I kid you not.

Question: I was wondering if you knew anything about the renewal status of my favorite show, ABC Family's The Middleman. I hear the ratings aren't great. -- Julie

Ausiello: You heard right. As a result, it appears Middleman is on the verge of going on a permanent hiatus. Interesting factoid: I hear a lot of industry folks are really into the show and its leading lady, Natalie Morales. The feeling is she's going to be what's known as a huge-ass star.

Question: I, for one, am psyched that Michelle Rodriguez is returning to Lost. But my question pertains to your scoop last week about the casting of Darlene and Jill, or Doc Jensen's theoretical analysis of your scoop. Was he suggesting what I think he was suggesting? -- Dawn

Ausiello: I don't know what you think he was suggesting. But I think he was suggesting that that the left-behinders got tossed back in time when Ben cranked the donkey wheel, and we're about to get a glimpse of the early Dharma days!

Source: Ausiello @ EW

Heroes Sneak Peek!

Heroes Promo Pic!

Source: THE ODI

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Heroes Promo's!

Prison Break Interview!

Prison Break Spoilers!

I just heard that Michael is going to get some devastating news in episode 4.10 Could you please tell me what that news is or could you tell me if Michael will be OK. Please tell me anything as long as Michael will be OK.

Michael is going to see a doctor in episode 10 to have some tests done. Up to that point you are going to learn a little bit about Michael and that he has some kind of health issue. There is some connection between this condition and Michael and Linc's mother. Michael will be suffering from nosebleeds. Beyond that there is not a whole lot I can tell you at this point.

Will Don bring up some of the people who've died in past seasons that can be traced back to The Company, ex: Veronica,General Zavala, etc. or will he mention past events from the first two seasons at all?

There hasn't been much mention of previous cast members yet, but it could come up in the future.

Source: The Man

Supernatural Script Piece!

For Episode 4x06 "Yellow Fever":

Chuck Episode Details!

Episode 2x05

Chuck, Sarah and Casey go undercover at a computer firm when satellite codes go missing. After getting taken by the bad guy, Chuck speaks to the head of the firm, who was forced to play the game he hid the codes in, in able to give them to the bad guys. The man is trapped there and the game is rigged with explosives. Casey rescues Chuck right before the entire room explodes in a huge fireball. Chuck plays the game at the Buy More and knows he must win to access the codes to pass along to Sarah and Casey so they can stop the terrorists in time.

Source: SpoilerFix

Psych Episode Details!

Episode 3x08 "Gus Walks Into a Bank"

A man is robbing a bank and Gus is inside. Shawn works his way in and after convincing the man he needs to use the restroom and using his "Shawn-vision", the man tells him his wife was kidnapped and he was forced to rob the bank and steal diamonds from the vault in exchange for his wife's safety. Henry finds out about Shawn's prediciment by watching the news on tv.
Episode 3x09 "Tuesday, the 17th"

Jason, an old camp friend of Shawn and Gus comes to them saying he bought the camp they all had attended together and is reopening it soon. When he tells them that a counselor has gone missing, Shawn freaks out because the reason the camp was closed to begin with was a kid died there when they were younger. They agree to come out and try and help find the missing counselor, but when they get out there, things aren't looking like they thought they would. Jason seems like a totally different person, another counselor goes missing, they find bloody clothes in the dryer... Freaked out, Shawn calls Juliet out to help and when he finally figures out what is going on, what he reveals surprises almost everyone.

Source: SpoilerFix

Torchwood Begins Filming!

"Filming for the third season of BBC AMERICA's highest rated series ever, Torchwood, has begun in Cardiff, Wales. From creator Russell T Davis (writer of Doctor Who, Queer as Folk), the hit sci-fi series is scheduled to return in 2009 with the third installment titled Torchwood: Children of Earth.The new season sees the Torchwood team embarking on a single action-packed adventure as they battle for the future of the human race against the fiercest force they have encountered.

The highly-motivated team is John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper and Gareth David-Lloyd as Ianto Jones. Other regular cast involved in their high-octane adventure are Kai Owen as Rhys Williams, Gwen's husband, and Tom Price as PC Andy.Special guests in the five part series are Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who, The Thick Of It, Skins), who plays the role of Mr. Frobisher a civil servant who is hiding a terrible secret, Paul Copely (Coronation Street, The Bill) as Clem the survivor still haunted by his past, and Liz May Brice (Bad Girls, The Bill) as Johnson the cynical covert government agent determined to expose Torchwood.

Russell T Davies said, "The new series of Torchwood is hugely bold and promises to be bigger and better than ever the audience is in for an amazing ride. This series is one big serial and the most ambitious story we've ever made, and we've got plenty of surprises in store."Julie Gardner, Head of Drama, BBC Wales, said, "We hope to make Torchwood a gripping and surprising TV event with storylines that push our team into greater danger and sacrifice.

Joining our main cast are some fantastic guest artists who will only add to making this unmissable TV."On September 16, 2008, BBC Video unleashes to U.S. stores, Torchwood: The Complete Second Season, a fully-loaded 5-disc DVD set with over three hours of bonus features ranging from deleted scenes and outtakes to Torchwood Declassified featurettes and more.This past April, both Seasons One and Two of Torchwood debuted in the Top 10 for Top TV Seasons on the iTunes Store and continue to be a hit for the online digital store."

Source: BBC

More on the new LOST Casting Scoop!

Chuck Casting Scoop!

"Chuck’s casting gurus are firing on all cylinders this season!

As I previously reported, the NBC spymedy (new word, thoughts?) will feature guest star Jordana Brewster in a multi-episode arc as Chuck’s college girlfriend Jill, while Nicole Richie will pop up in an October ep as a gun-toting former Mean Girl/classmate of Chuck’s CIA gal pal, Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski). Now, sources confirm to me exclusively that Morgan Fairchild and Bruce “Scarecrow” Boxleitner have just been cast as the parents of Ryan McPartlin’s Captain Awesome.

Fairchild, recently seen -- by a few people, anyway -- bitchslapping Bo Derek on MyNetworkTV’s Fashion House, will play Dr. Honey Woodcombe. She arrives in time to take over help plan her son’s wedding to Chuck’s sister, Ellie (Sarah Lancaster). Boxleitner will be her awesomely named husband, Dr. Woody Woodcombe, who is said to be very excited to help welcome Ellie into his family — maybe too excited. (Gross. I love it!)

Meanwhile, I spy yet another Alias/Chuck connection: Carl Lumbly, aka Alias’ Marcus Dixon, will appear this fall as “sensei” to NSA agent Casey (Adam Baldwin). "

Source: Ausiello @ EW

Fringe Comic Book!

See the entire first prequel here:

Eureka Scoop!


Fringe Scoop!


Battlestar Galactica Scoop!

"Following up on comments he made a few months ago to fans, Edward James Olmos -- who plays Adm. William Adama in the signature SciFi Channel series BSG -- made it clear once again that viewers should have those Kleenex ready to go when they tune in to the final hours of the show.

For him, the finale is "heartbreaking," he said during FanExpo 2008 in Toronto, courtesy of The TV Addict.

"I'm telling you this for a reason, because I don't wnat you guys to think you're going to go through this without getting yourself really twisted ... it's brutal what happens to us," Olmos said. "Not many of us make it."

Olmos shares some other tidbits about the show, including how both Aaron Douglas and Michael Hogan -- who play Chief Tyrol and Col. Tigh in the series -- were mad about becoming Cylons, something Hogan himself shared with reporters last year (including SyFy Portal) on the set of "Battlestar Galactica." In fact, Hogan still refuses to accept his character is a Cylon, even after filming ended, Olmos said.

Olmos also shared details about the upcoming Battlestar telemovie, including the fact that it will focus mostly on the first three seasons of the series, and be a very Tyrol-specific story, which will give Aaron Douglas a starring role.

"Battlestar Galactica" returns with its final episodes in January on SciFi Channel, and the telemovie -- written by Jane Espenson and directed by Olmos -- is expected to hit store shelves in the summer."

Source: Syfyportal

Bones Episode Title!

Episode 4x08 will be called "The Bone That Blew".

Source: SpoilerTV

Stargate Atlantis Episode Details!

"Stargate SG-1's Dr. Daniel Jackson travels to Atlantis when his research suggests that a rebellious Ancient scientist named Janus may have hidden a secret lab somewhere within the city. Hoping to find it, and possibly a significant portion of his unauthorized research, Jackson enlists Dr. McKay's help. An obscure log entry leads them to a cloaked lab where they unwittingly activate a signal on a distant planet. Hours later, the city is paid a visit by a group of mysterious aliens."Meanwhile Woolsey, along with Dr. Keller and Ronon, have joined Colonel Caldwell on board the Daedalus, leaving Sheppard in charge of Atlantis. They welcome Todd and his delegation to the ship to discuss testing Keller's gene therapy on live Wraith subjects. But events take a turn for the worse when Todd, suspecting them of betrayal, takes control of the Daedalus."

"Dr. Daniel Jackson and Dr. Rodney McKay have been forced to reactivate the Attero device, a machine designed thousands of years ago to annihilate the Wraith. In doing so, they discover the reason the device was ultimately abandoned by its Ancient creator -- while destroying Wraith ships that attempt to travel through hyperspace, the weapon inadvertently causes active Stargates to self-destruct."Meanwhile, Todd and his troops continue to hold Woolsey, Keller, Ronon and the Daedalus crew captive, convinced that they are behind the resurrection of this deadly technology. Fearing that if Todd succeeds in destroying the device, Jackson and McKay will most certainly be killed in the process, Sheppard calls on some old allies to help him rescue his friends."

Source: Gateworld