Thursday, April 30, 2009

Dollhouse Spoiler Pics!


Bones Scoop!

Emily Deschanel on the Bones finale & next season:

Re: Motley Crue guest-starring in the season finale
“Motley Crue man, yeah. My, my 15-year-old male self was freaking out. Was, was very jealous of me. I don’t know, I don’t know what that means but I did feel like I should be a 15-year-old boy or something. Yeah it was pretty crazy to have Motley Crew on set. Very different, very different. I would never dreamed that I would have Motley Crue on the set of Bones, in my wildest dreams, so pretty crazy. Or Stewie from The Family Guy that’s almost more crazy.”

Re: The season finale is not your usual "Bones" episode
“Yes, very different. I’m not allowed to talk about it that much. I mean I, I can only reveal certain things but yeah you definitely see different sides of Booth and Brennan and all of the characters really. It’s a great episode that brings back a lot of characters that people have seen and really like from past episodes and brings them all together. But there’s, you know, kind of unique situations so it brings out different sides of people. And you know lots of twists and turns, and Motley Crue’s in there and, it’s almost like a film noir kind of episode.”

Re: Booth and Brennan finally getting into bed together
“Well, I mean you know in the final episode Booth and Brennan are in bed together and we shot that already, but I think it will happen in a way that will surprise people and at the same time will be very much Booth and Brennan. You know there’s humor, there’s passion, there’s, there’s romance but you know it’s very much in the vein of our show and the characters’ relationship. And so, it’s pretty different. And I think that it’s done in a way that doesn’t, you know, totally ruin the sexual tension for future episodes. It will definitely make things more interesting and add a whole new element to our relationship in the future but it’s not done in a way that dissipates our sexual tension. And so that’s a, you know that’s what I was concerned about and I think everybody was concerned. So I think it’s successful in that way”.

Re: how the season finale will affect things going into next season
“I’ve heard many little things about Season 5. You know they’re just beginning to write that now so you know I know less than what they know and they don’t know very much. So I know kind of because it ends with a kind of cliffhangerish thing. I know a little bit what happens after that but it’s hard for me to talk about it without people having seen the episode. But definitely Booth and Brennan will have a new dynamic the beginning of Season 5. As you would imagine since we end up, we’re in bed together in the end of Season 4 but it will, we will have a whole new dynamic the beginning of Season 5. Our relationship will change”

Re: will we continue to see the post-Zack intern rotation next season?
“Yeah, I believe so. I think we’re going to continue that for a little while. You know at a certain point we might need to make a decision but for now, we are, I think everyone’s enjoying having these different characters coming through and the, the different elements that they bring to each episode. And it’s great, all of the different Zack replacements, if you want to call them, squints, squints, rotating squints, they’re all in the – or not all but a lot of them are in the finale along with Zack and so that’s fun to have all of them together.”

Source: SpoilerTV

"24" Interview!

Burn Notice Episode Details & Casting Call!

Episode 3x06 "The Hunter"

When Michael finds out he's being stalked by a group of vengeful but mysterious Ukrainians, he turns to JAMES BECK, an importer of hijacked cargo with ties to Eastern Europe. Unfortunately, before the uncooperative Beck can help, Michael is kidnapped, along with Beck, by his adversaries, who turn out to be working for the Russian PYOTR CHECHIK, a ruthless Russian mobster who is not a fan of Michael's...


Male, 40s, African American, a hard-core, intimidating, well-dressed man, Beck is a successful truck hijacker who ships his stolen cargo to the highest bidder; as Fiona puts it, he's "like FedEx for the caviar and Kalishnikov set." Well-connected in Eastern Europe, Beck is more of a businessman than a thug, and he's not happy when Michael, who's learned that some Ukrainians are after him, tries to befriend him for some information. He's even less happy when he's kidnapped along with Michael by the Ukrainians, who assume he and Michael are partners. Furious at being reliant upon Michael's survival skills as they flee their pursuers through Florida swampland, Beck would prefer to just shoot as many people as he can to get himself out of the situation, but he's forced to concede that Michael's plans are generally better than his own when it comes to staying alive. Ultimately wounded when one of his own schemes goes awry, Beck is kept alive by Michael's efforts, and in the end admits to a grudging respect for him...LARGE GUEST STAR (7)


Male, Russian, 35-55 years old, MUST SPEAK WITH AN AUTHENTIC RUSSIAN ACCENT. A mobster/warlord the leader of a criminal syndicate, powerful, ruthless, smart, "bad temper; good shot," Chechik had a bad run-in with Michael some years ago, has finished fifteen years in prison, and is now going after him with an army in tow. A man who seems to enjoy the hunt, Chechik follows Michael and Beck through a Florida swamp, where he taunts Michael over a two-way radio, explaining to him how his business has changed from provincial to international, providing him a "Ukrainian team, Hungarian weapons, Russian funding." A crafty and tenacious enemy, Chechik ultimately proves no match for Michael...GUEST STAR (31)

Source: SpoilerTV

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For yesterday's "The Variable":

Supernatural Scoop!

Ah, Thursday. It's the best/worst day of TV, and one of the things that makes it such a pleasure/burden for us is the thrill of Supernatural, which (buried though it is in a grueling time slot with The Office, Grey's Anatomy and CSI) continues to be one of the standouts of the night, and heck, of the week.

As SPN barrels toward its season-four finale, we thought it fit to chat up writer-producer Ben Edlund about what to expect. Read on to find out what he told us exclusively about Sam's blood addiction finally catching up to him and about where Cas fits in to the series' future...

Good or Evil? At this point, the question of Sam's morality remains open, but Edlund reveals that Sammeh's blood addiction has consequences that are out of his control: "The model of an addict bottoming out and becoming basically something else, almost a creature of reflex, is one of the things he's going to have to face. And that's going to make trouble for Dean and Sam—they don't agree on this particular issue. Dean's not happy about it." Creature of reflex, huh? Love the idea of a more animalistic Sam and of Dean having to do something about it!

Angel Baby: As promised late last year, Castiel (Misha Collins) will be a regular in season five, but Edlund says we don't have to worry about the new addition throwing off the balance between the Winchesters. According to Edlund, "He's not going to be Joe Pesci to Mel Gibson and Danny Glover in the back seat going, 'Ah, guys! I'm hungry now! Let's go eat!' Cas already has his own mode of transportation—he already gets around pretty fast." Long story short, SPN didn't turn into a wacky buddy comedy while you weren't looking. Says Edlund, "I don't imagine that it's going to be three guys in a car with a baby. Although it's good to throw something cute into season five. Maybe a puppy. Or an evil kitten that they keep in the glove box." (And we shall call that kitten Moe...)

The Dark Is Rising: According to Edlund, everything we've seen over this past, amazing season is really just a setup: "This season is a stage-setting season for next season," which, of course, is the war between dark and light. Says Edlund, "I don't want to go too far into the details of what happens when two forces clash...Look at this season as buildup to something even bigger that, of course, I cannot talk about or [show runner] Eric [Kripke] would be mad at me." And who will be the enemies in that war? Per Edlund, "Lilith is still a problem. At least Sam and Dean are dealing with her presence in the world as a problem. This is a show about averting the Apocalypse."

The Big Guy: Lilith is still kicking around, but according to Edlund, it's her boss who's really the problem: "Lucifer is more of an awe-inspiring force. There's such a massiveness to the power and the danger represented by that being. Insinuation will be our model." Basically, we'll know he's there, but we might not get to see him until the very end...

The Ladies: For those of you worried that Ruby and/or Anna will be hanging around more rather than less in season five, Edlund has some consoling words for you: "For my own two cents, I don't feel like this is a story about either of these two guys finding love. They're not at that phase in their lives. It's about two guys gearing up for and hoping to avert the Apocalypse. So dating is not utmost."
Source: E!

Burn Notice Changing Times!

The new season will kick off an hour earlier than usual starting at 9:00pm for the season premiere on June 4th.

Dexter Spoilers!

When the Showtime hit returns next fall, six months will have lapsed on screen, leaving newlyweds Dexter (Michael C. Hall) and Rita (Julie Benz) the proud parents of a baby boy. "This season, we're going to deal with: Can a serial killer juggle a personal life, work, and his 'dark passenger'?" reveals executive producer Sara Colleton. "In other words, can Dexter have it all? Which is something all of us grapple with every day of our lives. So we're taking something that is a very human dilemma and putting it through the prism of Dexter's special needs."

Further complicating Dexter's intricate balancing act will be a new, as-yet-uncast male antagonist who will "cross paths with Dexter in a major, dramatic way," teases Colleton. "He will illuminate a lot about Dexter's life and force him to make some tough choices." (Word is they're looking for a "Jeff Daniels-type" to play the role.)

Meanwhile, Dex's plucky sister, Deb (played by Hall's real-life wife, Jennifer Carpenter), will unwittingly threaten to shed light on his dark secret. "All the way through the season, Deb -- in her need to know her father more -- is going to get closer and closer to figuring out who Dexter's mother was and her relationship with her father," says Colleton. So might the day come when Dex is forced to slice and dice her? "That is inconceivable to me," declares Colleton. "Deb and Dexter are the best brother-and-sister team ever."
Source: EW

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Question: Give me a reason to watch House next week. --Jo
Ausiello: House and Cuddy get physical!

Question: As much as I loved your all-House Ask Ausiello, I have to admit I was just a tiny bit disappointed that we didn't get even a little Huddy-related scooplet. In honor of my birthday next Tuesday, give me something about the May 4 episode. --Megan
Ausiello: Okay, but I expect you to reciprocate when my b-day rolls around next February. And sending me a greeting via Facebook or Twitter doesn't count. In Monday's ep, House suspects his drug habit is fueling his Amber hallucinations, so he decides to quit Vicodin cold turkey. Cuddy comes to his apartment to personally empty out his medicine cabinet, a struggle ensues, and, before you know it, they're both wrestling on the bathroom floor and ... well ... roll the clip.

Question: Any news on the upcoming season of Dexter? --Rosalie
Ausiello: Production on season 4 starts May 28 and, if all goes according to plan, new episodes will begin airing this fall. Spoiler-wise, six months will have lapsed on-screen between the finale and the premiere, which means the birth of Dexter and Rita's son will have already happened.

Question: Please give us a hint about the special guest that will appear in the season finale of Smallville and then return next season! --Jorge
Ausiello: I'll give you two: He shows up in the final scene, and he's going to cause big problems next season.

Question: How about you give us another clue as to who is dying in the Smallville season finale? --Kendall
Ausiello: I've said all I'm going to say on the subject. I lied, here's one final hint: I can confirm that there is a twist, but it doesn't involve anyone coming back to life. Okay, now I'm done.

Question: The Heroes finale made it seem like Zachary Quinto might not be back next season. What's the deal? --Antonio

Ausiello: Zachary Quinto will without question be back next season. But I hear the show is also planning to introduce a cool and mysterious new villain. And, let's face it, it's time.

Question: You were right: The Heroes finale was fantastic. Any scoop on season 4? --Eric
Ausiello: Tracy's whole revenge arc will serve as a centerpiece of next fall's "Redemption" volume.

Question: What is your gut feeling on Chuck's chances of renewal? --MD
Ausiello: After watching the finale, my gut feeling is that Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak left NBC with absolutely no choice but to bring it back for a third season.

Question: When will Alpha be unmasked on Dollhouse? --Art
Ausiello: This Friday!
Source: EW

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What's to Come

Believe it or not, Jack's plan to uncrash Oceanic 815 may not be foolproof! "If you're wrong, everyone dies," says Kate. Not so much, it's just that one cascade of mistakes that leads to that one person tragically dying. Of course, someday we'll say that person's death was necessary and right, and that it closed certain important chapters in the story, and gave certain other season-six stories the launching pad they needed to really take off, but for's going to suck. As we've said in the past, brace yourself for pain on the scale of Charlie's death.

Source: E!

House "Huddy" Preview!

Smallville Finale Scoop!


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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Fringe Scoop!

House Finale Promo Pics!

For Episode 5x24 "Both Sides Now":

Harper's Island Interview!

Merlin Coming to America!

Tonight's Major LOST Spoilers!

Here ya go:

Smallville Finale Spoilers!

Death and destruction have always been hallmarks of Smallville season finales, but this year might set a standard for blood shed. The 14 capper, Doomsday, a titanic smackdown between Clark and monsterous alter ego of sensitive paramedic Davis Bloome. Davis looses his battle to control his Doomsday persona and turns into the Beast best known for killing Superman in comic book lore. "In comics he just turns into a killing machine," says exec producer Kelly Sounders.

But in the Smallville universe, Clark ends up "causing" that to actually happen. He's really responsible for Davis turning into the Doomsday that people know. Whether or not their battle ends up six feet under, there will be two departures and one arrival. "Somebody new and old is going to show up," Sounders teases. And this person will be back for season 9. "The finale is a good push off for next year," Sounders says. "Clark's decisions force him on a path he wasn't expecting...everything he's working toward this season gets turned on it's head."

Source: TV Guide Magazine

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Stargate Universe Scoop!


Harper's Island Interview!

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When will we find out what happened between Dr. Cal Lightman and his ex-wife on Lie to Me? Or the state of Dr. Foster's marriage? — Cheryl
TIM: Being married to a human lie detector would strain even the best unions — remember the episode when Jennifer Beals, as Lightman's wife, instantly recognizes a look of contempt? Tim Roth answers the relationship questions by directing viewers to this season's penultimate episode, airing May 6, in which the team tries to stop a serial rapist. "It kind of builds into some very strange areas," Roth says. "You're going to find out about Foster. You're going to find more about me and Jennifer, and my daughter." Watch for our full Q&A with Roth soon.

Please tell me that Chuck and Life will live on for another season. — Justin
MICKEY: NBC's "in front" presentation is on May 4, essentially the drop-dead deadline for renewal/cancellation news. Considering the early extensions of Heroes and Law & Order: SVU, the relative success of Southland and the imminent loss of five prime-time hours to Jay Leno's new 10 pm show, there really isn't room for both Chuck and Life. Right now my gut is telling me that all the Footlongs in the world will not save Life, but that the tide is turning for Chuck — particularly in light of its virtually closure-free finale episode. (Read Chuck creator Josh Schwartz's latest update here.)

I read an interview where Emily Deschanel said that she and David Boreanaz already filmed the sex scene for Bones' May 14 finale. Will Brennan and Booth also declare their feelings for each other? — Amanda
MATT: Yes, they filmed the sex scene, and much to Deschanel's delight. "[Whether Bones and Booth will ever do it] is the question people most commonly ask me," she says, "so it's nice to tell people that it is happening." How exactly the nookie goes down "is surprising" and, says Emily, will spawn a new question for her to field ad nauseum from here on in. As for Bones and Booth's "feelings," you should worry about someone else's. When Booth's brother resurfaces this week, Deschanel says, "His feelings for Brennan haven't really died, so a bit of a love triangle happens" — and likely lasts into next season!

Will Castle's ex-wife stay on the show?? If so, for how many episodes? — Heloise
TIM: Luckily for Rick Castle, his madcap former missus won't be back this season. The wonderful Darby Stanchfield may return at some point as a guest star — assuming Castle earns a pick-up — but she won't be a series regular. Note to Matthew Weiner: We'd love to see Stanchfield back on Mad Men, too, doing the hot single-mom thing, but not paying our girl Betty back for that slap.

Now that we know Prison Break's Sara is pregnant (yay!), how and when will Michael find out about Baby MiSa? — Lizzie
MATT: Seriously, how cute would it be if they name the bambino MiSa? But good luck finding novelty license plates at tourist shops. To answer your question, Michael will find out by the May 15 season finale ... though not from Sara herself.

Source: TV Guide

Fringe Preview!

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Sons of Anarchy Casting Call!

Episode 2x02 "Small Tears"


In his 50s, unfit, he's the owner of a pornographic film production company. A guy who's famous for getting his actresses quickly strung out on drugs and doing tricks on the side, Georgie hopes to scoop up female performers, and he's contemptuously dismissive when ever told what to do...GUEST STAR; COULD POSSIBLY COME BACK


In her early 20s, a performer in adult films, Ima is attractive, a pro, high end and a big money maker, and she's freaked out after they are shut down by the Feds. Under orders to cancel her contract and show up for work at Georgie Caruso's rival studio, Ima gets scared when Lyla is injured by Georgie's thugs, and she briefly agrees to Georgie's demands...WILL RECUR, WILL IN FUTURE HAVE SOME NUDITY (21)


In her early 20s, another performer in adult movies who is under contract, Lyla is a naive woman who accepts it when told that her contract is not cancelled. Lyla later winds up with a bloody nose when she refuses to accede to Georgie's demands.sptv050769..WILL RECUR, WILL IN FUTURE HAVE SOME NUDITY(21)


A muscular guy in his 30s, a least 1 scene (26)

Source: SpoilerTV

Burn Notice Casting Scoop!

Burn Notice has tapped Tony and Golden Globe-nominated actor Ben Shenkman to join the cast as the man of Michael Westen's dreams: a dude who can make his burn notice disappear forever.

Shenkman, last seen raging against Derek for killing his ailing wife on Grey's Anatomy, will play the recurring role of Tom Strickler, a smooth-talking, gregarious freelance spy broker who offers to cancel Michael's (Jeffrey Donovan) burn notice in exchange for an unspecified -- and potentially lethal -- job.

Shenkman's on board for a minimum of four episodes, the first of which will air midway through the show's third season (debuting in June).


New Fringe Scoop!


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Smallville Promo Pics!

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Supernatural Finale Promo Pics!

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Fringe Season Two Scoop!


"24" Sneak Peek!

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Legend of the Seeker Promo Pics!

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Harper's Island Moves to Saturdays!


Fringe Finale Promo Pics!


Burn Notice Casting Scoop!

For Episode 3x09


Male, IRISH, 30-45 years old, Fiona’s brother. LOOKING FOR NATIVE IRISH ACTORS ONLY. Charming, intense, well educated. A bit of a live wire, and no stranger to violence… imagine the male version of Fiona. Sean has a fiery passion for both love and war. Sean’s past may be slightly shady, but his intentions are noble. He’s lived his entire life in Dublin, and speaks with a flawless Irish accent…GUEST STAR, POSSIBLE RECURRING ROLE.

Source: SpoilerTV


Anna in Cardiff, England: Please, any hints for this week's episode of Lost? Can I expect something between Sawyer and Kate?
All we can say is that after you see the finale, you'll understand why season five of Lost has not handed you Sawyer and Kate on a plate.

Eliot and Sandra: Are there any spoilers for the two-part season ender for Lost? We just can't wait! Thanks.
Sayid's wife Nadia is back in the finale. Yes, technically she's his tragically murdered wife, but still: whee! We'll also be meeting young Kate, young Tom (Mr. Friendly Kate's friend from Iowa), young Juliet, young Rachel (Juliet's sister) and young Sawyer, and several of those sightings happen because a pivotal figure in the Island mythology wants to check in on our heroes in their youth, à la Richard Alpert's test visit ("Which of these are yours?") to John Locke.

Flo in Los Angeles: Can you give more scoop on the Smallville finale death?
Just that there was a consensus in the comments section of our recent Smallville item about which character is dying, and it was not correct. That's all you'll get on that matter, but we will tease that executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders officially confirmed the return of Tom Welling and Erica Durance, so count them safe. Speaking of the finale, Cassidy Freeman says Tess Mercer is on the hunt for Davis, "Because I want Clark to accept the fact that he is Superman, and I don't think he can do that until he fights Doomsday." Throw down!

Cece in Smyrna, Tenn.: Is Paul Ballard going to find the L.A. Dollhouse before the end of the season?
According to Dollhouse boss Joss Whedon, "Paul's going to find way more than he expects to. He's going to find a lot. It's not pretty."

Gisselle in Tampa, Fla.: When are Booth and Bones getting together?
Booth and Bones are getting together in the Bones season finale, airing May 14 on Fox! According to Emily Deschanel, "It should be surprising and good. The way it happens is surprising...I'm glad we waited this long. I think Hart [Hanson] wanted to find a clever way to put them together that wouldn't forever taint everything on the show, and I think he figured a very clever way to do it."

Malin in Alvesta, Sweden: When will Michael learn about the pregnancy in Prison Break? Please let it be soon!
Sorry, it won't be that soon. But Michael will find out about the pregnancy before the series ends. Prison Break ends May 15. Are you following this?

Michelle in Montana: Any Sons of Anarchy news?
Just that we need your help deciphering show runner Kurt Sutter's weekend blog post about some upcoming SOA casting: "Had a great meeting with an actor today whom I hope will be playing Ethan Zobelle. Zobelle is a new proprietor in Charming and the leader of an ultraconservative organization. Can't reveal any names until the deal closes, but this guy is a fascinating actor from a very talented family. That character shoots Friday, so I hope it closes early this week." So, what do you think, guys: Which white guy with a lot of creative, showbiz relatives could play Henry Rollins' white supremacist boss on SOA? Could Jeff Bridges do it? Miguel Ferrer? Is there a spare Phoenix sibling lying around we could use? Your brainstorms are welcome in the comments!

Rachel in Tucson, Ariz.: Any chance Kate and Castle are going to hook up on Castle? It's my favorite show!

Sorry to burst your bubble, but it's not happening anytime soon. Stana Katic teases, "We bring in another guy, an ex of mine, and he stirs up the pot a bit. We also discover a little bit more about her past, because Castle starts digging into it. He actually starts researching some of the files and finds out some interesting stuff on what happened to my mother." When it comes to the finale, Stana is tight-lipped, but says it ends with a cliffhanger, so here's hoping ABC picks up Castle for a second season.

Meredith in Bowling Green, Ky.: Loved the Caprica film. Paula Malcolmson is amazing. When does she find out about Zoe?
The Caprica star herself says that Amanda won't find out right away. Paula tells us, "She's not going learn early. I think there's just too much payoff if you let it hang out there—I mean, the betrayal, it's just going to be massive."

Lyric in Hollywood, Calif.: Monk is coming back soon, what can you dish?
In the eighth and final season, Monk's therapist, Dr. Bell, has a lot of work to do. Hector Elizondo teases, "I think eventually I may get Monk to unbutton his top button on his shirt."

Tammy in Florida: What happened to Kings? I'm assuming it just didn't make it.
Yes, for all intents and purposes, Kings is gone. The remaining episodes of the original 13-ep order are being held until summer, and a season-two pickup is, shall we say, improbable. Kings is dead, long live Kings.

House Preview!

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Monday, April 27, 2009

Robin Hood Episode Details!

Episode 3x07 "Too Hot to Handle"

The heat-wave is becoming unbearable and a drought is taking its terrible toll on the good folk of Locksley, as the drama continues. As the last drop of water is consumed, Robin, Tuck and the gang know they must find water fast or everyone will perish.

At Locksley Manor, Isabella is flirting shamelessly with Prince John. A disapproving Gisborne looks on – he's still agitating about the promise to make him Sheriff. True to form, Prince John is putting his own needs first and reveals his latest devious plot to woo the people. Give them what they want – provide them with water and then they will love him. But, first, the despotic Prince has made sure he controls the "nectar of life" and has siphoned off all the local water supplies.

But Prince John starts to suspect that Isabella is in cahoots with Robin Hood and sets out to trap her. Then he commands her brother, Gisborne, to see if she is in liege with the outlaw. If she is, she's a traitor and Gisborne must show his devotion to his master and no mercy to her.

Meanwhile, Kate makes a wonderful discovery – hidden barrels of Prince John's water. The outlaws waste no time in seizing it and giving it to the needy. But Prince John soon arrives and the consequences are dire.

Isabella sends a message to Robin saying she has valuable information for him but can she be trusted?

Robin Hood is played by Jonas Armstrong; Tuck by David Harewood; Isabella by Lara Pulver; Prince John by Toby Stephens; Guy of Gisborne by Richard Armitage; and Kate by Joanne Froggatt.

Source: BBC

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Bones Promo Pics!

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Episode 5x16 & 5x17 "The Incident" Parts 1 & 2


“The Incident,” Parts 1 & 2 – Jack's decision to put a plan in action in order to set things right on the island is met with some strong resistance by those close to him, and Locke assigns Ben a difficult task, on the season finale of “Lost,” WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 (9:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

Guest starring are L. Scott Caldwell as Rose, Sam Anderson as Bernard, John Terry as Christian Shephard, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Francois Chau as Dr. Pierre Chang, Patrick Fischler as Phil, Eric Lange as Radzinsky, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Brad William Henke as Bram, Jon Gries as Roger Linus, Alice Evans as younger Eloise Hawking, Andrea Gabriel as Noor “Nadia” Abed Jaseem, Kevin Chapman as Mitch, Mark Pellegrino as man #1, Titus Welliver as man #2, Emily Rae Argenti as young Kate, Tanner Maguire as young Tom, George Gerdes as Mr. Springer, Agnes Kwak as Aunt Soo, Amy Stewart as mother, Rylee Fansler as young Juliet, Savannah Lathem as young Rachel, William Makozak as Captain Bird, Daniel James Kunkel as anesthesiologist, Sonya Masinovsky as Russian nurse, Keegan Boos as young Sawyer, Colby French as Uncle Doug, John Pete as prison clerk, Michael Trisler as father, Sally Davis as woman and Adam Bazzi as cab driver.

“The Incident,” Parts 1 & 2 were written by Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse and directed by Jack Bender.

This episode of “Lost” will be available on the day after airing on the network for users to watch online.

Source: ABC

Tonight's House Scoop!

What better way to celebrate the first original episode of House in two weeks (tonight @ 8 pm/EST) than with a special edition of AA that focuses solely on Dr. Grumpy and his band of merry misfits? There is no better way, silly!

Question: Would you please do a House-only AA? Look, I'll even get it started: What is this "important decision" that House "struggles" with? House isn't crazy… so what would cause him, (if anything), to go into a psych ward? --Kate
Ausiello: House-only AA? What a brilliant idea! And just to clarify, I never said House was for sure checking into a cuckoo's nest. I was merely making an assumption after connecting a few dots. But if it turns out that he is headed to the funny farm, I would imagine an extreme case of insomnia might be behind it. And I do mean extreme: Poor guy hasn't slept a wink since Kutner died.

Question: I haven't been able to find any spoilers for tonight's House. Do you know anything? --Sari
Ausiello: I know the ep focuses on Chase's bachelor party, but Fox's promo already gave that away. What the promo didn't reveal, however, is the identity of the person throwing the little shindig: House himself!

Question: Anything worth sharing on House? --Tim
Ausiello: A major character will suffer a life-threatening medical emergency tonight. Hint: A clue about what triggers it can be found in last week's 30 Rock. Guesses? Head to the comments!

Question: Is Chase's bachelor party part of House's hallucination? --Samantha
Ausiello: No. House also doesn't imagine ordering Foreman and Thirteen to go to a strip club to pick out the evening's, ahem, entertainment.

Question: I'm a little shocked to see Wilson at Chase's bachelor party in this promo. How'd that happen? --Craig
Ausiello: Let's just say House arranged it so that he had no other choice.
Source: EW

Heroes Scoop!


Prison Break Scoop!

New interview with actress Jodi Lyn O'Keefe (Gretchen)regarding whats to come on Prison Break! You're back on Prison Break, at least in the standalone movie being released to DVD. When did you shoot that?
O'Keefe: We just finished it actually, at the end of the season. Gretchen was in fact taken into custody and imprisoned? She couldn't wiggle her way out of that last predicament?
O'Keefe: No. I was hoping she would, but it's nice to come back for these last two episodes. The set-up isn't about her orchestrating a prison break, however. It's about somebody else...
O'Keefe: Yes, the central set-up is about somebody else being in prison, and what that's going to be like. It's kind of cool because this is like a rewind. Meaning, whereas the series' actual finale ends with a four-year flash-forward this movie place during that time gap.
O'Keefe: Exactly. Is Gretchen even harder in prison, or has it humbled her?
O'Keefe: She's pretty hard in prison, though she's keeping to herself. She has one goal in mind — to get out and see her daughter. But she has been very quiet, and has established herself as someone not to mess with. The inmates all leave her alone, so she must have done some fighting when she first got in!

Source: TV Guide

Heroes Scoop!

Fringe Scoop!

"24" Scoop!


and here:

LOST Scoop!

- We will learn more about the black smoke in the finale
- Faith is because of science (Jack VS Locke?)
- Vincent is with the survivors at the end of the series
- Kate will make her choice in the Season 6

Posted By: The ODI via DarkUFO

Robin Hood Preview!

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Legend of the Seeker Preview!

Leverage Episode Title!

Episode 2x03 of Leverage will be called "The Tap-Out Job".

Source: Spoilertv

Caprica Interviews!

Saturday, April 25, 2009

New Moon Scoop!

Major Prison Break Casting Scoop!

"I've just heard from one of my contacts at Fox that Kellerman will be back in Episode 4x22 - "Killing Your Number" ."

Source: Spoilertv

"24" Press Release!

Episode "5:00am - 6:00am"


Elisha Cuthbert Guest-Stars

Innocent lives remain in the line of fire as this terrifying day draws to a close. Jack is faced with an unthinkable situation while his perpetually imperiled daughter, Kim (guest star Cuthbert), gets involved. Meanwhile, the imminent threat stokes the heated rivalry between Chloe and Janis in the “Day 7: 5:00 AM-6:00 AM” episode of 24 airing Monday, May 11 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

Cast: Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer, Mary Lynn Rajskub as Chloe O’ Brian, James Morrison as Bill Buchanan, Janeane Garofalo as Janis Gold, Cherry Jones as President Allison Taylor, Carlos Bernard as Tony Almeida, Annie Wersching as Renee Walker, Colm Feore as Henry Taylor, Bob Gunton as Ethan Kanin, Rhys Coiro as Sean Hillinger, Jeffrey Nordling as Larry Moss

Guest Cast: Jon Voight as Jonas Hodges; Elisha Cuthbert as Kim Bauer;Amy Price-Francis; Sprague Grayden as Olivia Taylor; Glenn Morshower as Aaron Pierce; Will Patton as Alan Wilson; Rafi Gavron as Hamid Al-Zarian; Omid Abtahi as Jibraan Al-Zarian

Source: FOX

Fringe Finale Press Release!

Episode 1x20 "There's More Than One of Everything":


Leonard Nimoy (“Star Trek”) Guest-Stars

Setting the stage for the dramatic and revealing first season finale are a sudden and unexpected attack on someone with close ties to Fringe Division, the return of bioterrorist David Robert Jones (guest star Jared Harris) and the inexplicable disappearance of Walter. Find out more about the mysterious events surrounding our trio when questions are answered, observations made, loyalties are tested and the elusive William Bell (guest star Nimoy) is finally introduced in the “There’s More Than One of Everything” season finale episode of FRINGE airing Tuesday, May 12 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

Guest Cast: Leonard Nimoy as William Bell; Jared Harris as David Robert Jones; Albert Jones as Witness #1; Xanthe Elbrick as Witness #2; Sue Jean Kim as ER Doctor; Victor Cruz as EMT; Deborah Twiss as ER Nurse; Victoria Barabas as MD Woman; Jared Grimes as Teenager

Source: FOX

Chuck Interview!

Bones Finale Press Release!

Episode 4x16 "The End in the Beginning"


Mötley Crüe, Ryan O’Neal, Brendan Fehr and Eric Millegan Guest-Star

Everyone is a suspect when a body is found murdered at a popular nightclub known as “The Lab.” In an unusual twist of storytelling, Brennan, Booth and the Jeffersonian team take on various roles outside their normal duties, including serving as the nightclub staff as well as local law enforcement. A slew of special guest stars, including Max Keenan (guest star O’Neal), Jared Booth (guest star Fehr) and the members of Mötley Crüe, pay a visit in “The End in the Beginning” season finale episode of BONES airing Thursday, May 14 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

Guest Cast: Mötley Crüe (Mick Mars as Mick Mars; Nikki Sixx as Nikki Sixx; Tommy Lee as Tommy Lee; Vince Neil as Vince Neil); Ryan O’Neal as Max Keenan; Brendan Fehr as Jared Booth; Eric Millegan as Zack Addy; Patricia Belcher as Caroline Julian; Carla Gallo as Daisy Wick; Michael Grant Terry as Wendell Bray; Joel David Moore as Colin Fisher; Ryan Cartwright as Vincent Nigel-Murray; Eugene Byrd as Clark Edison; Pej Vahdat as Arastoo Vaziri; Sean Blakemore as Grayson Barasa

Source: FOX

Chuck Renewed?

An NBC and WB insider is telling that Chuck is getting a third season of 13 episodes.

The NBC insider says that Chuck will get a third season of 13 episodes. But an other insider at WB is telling its not 100% sure, but its looking very good for the show. The WB insider confirms that if the show is getting renewed (what seems likely to happen) that the third season gets 13 episodes.

Schedule problem
The WB insider tells that NBC had a problem to get Chuck on the schedule, but because NBC really loves the show, they did everything to make it happen.

CW had no interest?
Last week we had an exclusive article about Chuck, that the show could move to The CW. Dawn Ostroff, President of Entertainment of The CW likes Chuck and had interest in the show if NBC would cancel it, but NBC has never offered the series to The CW.


LOST Interview!

Bones Interview!

Fringe Sneak Peek!

Fringe Romance Scoop!

Anna Torv “Fringe” has been compared to “X-Files” because of its freaky cases and the hot chemistry between its two lead characters. And since the show's premiere, fans have been asking if Peter & Olivia will follow in the footsteps of Mulder and Scully, taking their relationship to the next level.

Anna Torv (Olivia) told me it’s probably too soon for them to explore a Peter-Olivia pairing. “I think that’s a question for season three,” she said. "[Right now] they are all just trying to find their space with each other."

When I posed the question to Joshua Jackson (Peter), he told me he doesn’t know if Peter and Olivia will ever get to that romantic point, despite the fact that his flirtation -- or whatever you want to call it -- with Olivia’s sister is coming to an end. “I don’t think our show is built for [the will-they-won’t-they storyline]. It’s not ‘X-Files.' Because you have a three-way [partnership], I see it more as a family than as [Peter and Olivia having] a romantic relationship, with a dad [tagging along].”

Good thing Anna and Josh have no idea what they're talking about.

"They are actors, they don't know what's coming up," executive producer and show runner Jeff Pinkner said jokingly when I informed him of his actor's opinions. Thing is, I don't think he was really joking.

Pinkner asked what we would like to see happen with P&O and I told him that I don’t mind waiting for the relationship to progress as long as I know it'll eventually happen. I said that lately it seems -- with storylines such as Peter’s interest in Olivia’s sis -- like the writers are trying to back away from a possible P-O pairing, and I added that if that's the case, they should try to avoid giving the fans any more false hope for the future.

And I don't know, I guess Jeff liked my rant, 'cause he then revealed to me -- in no uncertain terms -- that Peter and Olivia will get together. It'll probably just be at a glacial pace...

So, yeah, thoughts?

Source: Zap2IT