Friday, November 28, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
While the gang continues to match wits and blows with Self and Gretchen for control of Scylla (and with the Company in hot pursuit), Mahone enlists the aid of former FBI colleagues Lang and Wheeler (Barbara Eve Harris, Jason Davis). Meanwhile, Sara raises the dosage of the drug she's giving Michael to counter the effects of his brain tumor, and T-Bag continues to hold Gretchen's daughter and sister prisoner. But T-Bag tells Gretchen's sister: "I'm as much a prisoner as you."
MICKEY: It took me several days to decode the 54 pages of 0s and 1s that my Sci Fi mole-bot beep-booped over to me, but the upshot is this: Though Sci Fi once planned to air Caprica in December, it's now on hold, pending the final episodes of Battlestar Galactica. It definitely won't see the light of day until after the BSG series finale ... but also maybe not at all. In the meantime, I'm assuming you've seen this BSG trailer, right?
Who at Bones can I complain to about the Hodgins-Angela break-up? I want them back together. I don't care for Roxie. — Joetta
MICKEY: I don't either, though I loved Nichole Hiltz as Mary McCormack's crazy sister Brandi on In Plain Sight. When TVGuide.com spoke to Michaela Conlin earlier this month, she hinted that Angela would be playing the field this season. So while Roxie won't be around forever, Angela won't be running back to Hodgins any time soon either.
I love Genevieve Cortese as Ruby in Supernatural, and have been a fan of hers for years. Is there anything that you left out of the interview you posted? — Laura
MATT: I usually am loathed to edit myself, but in this rare instance, yes, there are a few leftovers. For one, Genevieve feels that Wildfire "ended on such a great note, with Kris getting married," and she stays close with that whole gang (and was even en route to the wardrobe gal's wedding when we spoke). On the Supernatural front, she also let this slip: Wildfire cast mate Nicole Tubiola (aka Danielle) also tested for the role of Ruby. (Cue murmuring.)
I am a huge fan of ABC Family's Kyle XY. What can we expect in the new episodes starting Jan. 12? — Larry
MATT: Already we have Buzz'd that Latnok will reveal themselves to Kyle, and that our navel-less friend will get a new love interest by season's end. I now also offer you this: The Tragers get a new houseguest — and it's the last person Amanda wants living under the same roof as Kyle. Now excuse me as I go cue up the midseason premiere DVD....
Source: TV Guide
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
What did you think of the 24 movie?
I thought it was awesome. Can't wait for January! -MattYeah, Redemption was pretty damn good. I enjoyed it. I was so afraid for the boys the whole time and Jack was all sexy, laying his life on the line for them... it's been too long. Plus, the new female President is kind of perfect, given current events. I like how she's all idealistic and altruistic. I spoke with 24 E.P. Jon Cassar about what we can expect come January. The following is an excerpt of the conversation which took place between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Season 7 will be different from every other season because there’s no CTU. We’re hearing the villain is not a terrorist, but someone trying to get back in power. Can you talk about that?
Well, basically what we’re doing is we’re playing with black water and these military firms that provide the government with power. That is one of the characters on the show, part of being on the wrong side of the law, let’s say. Not necessarily the bad guy for the year, but it’s part of what we’re dealing with... And then we've got the whole Africa storyline and that’s in the news right now... We also have a female president for the first time, so we’re going with that dynamic and what it means to have a First Gentleman. Cherry Jones is knocking it out of the park. She’s probably one of the best actresses I’ve ever worked with. She also has scenes with Kiefer, which is pretty exciting.
And Kiefer's got a female partner this year, no?
Yes! He’s also dealing with a female partner, so that’s a completely different dimension, but more so that it’s a female partner that's in the FBI. She's not someone who breaks the rules. So you have a rule breaker and rule enforcer working together. So how do you get information out of someone that you need the information out of? Do you go the torture route? Or do you go the legal route? We’re dealing with that subject matter virtually head-on, and it’s really interesting to see the dynamic between him and Annie Wersching who plays Renee Walker, the female agent.
What's To Come On Heroes....
Sources spill that One Tree Hill and West Wing alum Moira Kelly will be playing Abby Collins, a Homeland Security agent, in at least one episode of the Fugitives volume (the next chunk of episodes in the current third season). We happy about this? Do tell in the comments below.
In case you haven't heard, Dan Byrd of Aliens in America has a recurring role in Fugitives, and I can spill that his character Luke's power is microwaves that are strong enough fry people. Luke goes on the road with Sylar seeking adventure and excitement, but poor unlucky kid's probably just going to get de-brained for his trouble.
Despite what the promos for next week would have you think, Claire's going to make it. In fact, she gets well enough to her again pursue her goal of getting into the fight. In an upcoming episode, Claire becomes the centerpiece of a major showdown between good and evil.
Elle is not the death I'm talking about. (It's another newish blonde I'm sorry to see go.) But I did see a bloody photo today that has me deeply concerned. And I will join you in your anguish/sorrow if they kill Kristen Bell off this show!
Source: Kristen @ E!
Monday, November 24, 2008
Show Cast: Milo Ventimiglia, Ali Larter, Hayden Panettiere, Greg Grunberg, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Masi Oka, Adrian Pasdar, Jack Coleman, James Kyson Lee, Dania Ramirez, Zachary Quinto, Cristine Rose
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Episode 2x12 "Alpine Fields"
EDITOR’S NOTE: TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES will return to the schedule Friday, Feb. 13 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT).]
“TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES”—(8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT)PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE COLLIDE ON THE FALL FINALE OF “TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES” MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, ON FOX
Sarah and Cameron work to save a family on the list with a connection to Derek in the future. Meanwhile Jesse's life hangs in the balance in the "Alpine Fields" episode of TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES airing Monday, Dec. 8 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Cast: Lena Headey as Sarah Connor; Thomas Dekker as John Connor; Summer Glau as Cameron; Brian Austin Green as Derek Reese; Richard T. Jones as James Ellison; Garret Dillahunt as Cromartie; Shirley Manson as Catherine Weaver; Leven Rambin as Riley
Guest Cast: Stephanie Jacobsen as Jesse; Fay Wolf as Lila; Rebecca Creskoff as Anne; Samantha Krutzfeldt as Lauren; Carlos Jacott as David; Yolanda Lloyd Delgado as Gail Silver; Oren Dayan as Mike; Johnny Sneed as Roger; Jullian Dulce Vide as Cop; Peter Mensah as General Perry; Haley Hudson as Sydney
Friday, November 21, 2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Episode 2x11 "Chuck Vs the Santa Claus
THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR
Christmas Eve does not go as planned when an amateur criminal on the run from the police crashes into the Buy More and takes Chuck (Zachary Levi), Ellie (Sarah Lancaster), Awesome (Ryan McPartlin) and the rest of the Buy More gang hostage. In order to protect Chuck’s cover and the safety of the other hostages, Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and Casey (Adam Baldwin) secretly go in to the store to remove Chuck, but the mission quickly falls apart when Chuck refuses to leave his friends and family behind. Tony Hale guest stars and Joshua Gomez, Scott Krinsky, Vik Sahay, Julia Ling and Mark Christopher Lawrence also star.