Wednesday, July 29, 2009


I realize it's a long haul for a resurgence of Chuck, but please, when it comes to tidbits... Chuck me! — Scott
MATT: In addition to Chuck making like Marty McFly, I can tell you that the Season 3 opener features a three-month time jump... that has less-than-satisfactory results. Now if only we could finagle our own six-month leap.

Any True Blood scoop? — Rick

MICKEY: Are you as confused as I am about Maryann's endgame? What exactly is she trying to do? Well, we'll learn more Sunday, when Daphne will have quite a bit to say about who Maryann is and what it is that she's doing. I'm not saying she's right, but there's as much food for thought in her one little speech as on one of Maryann's famously overstuffed banquet tables.

Do you have any info on the upcoming season of Lie to Me? — Kate
TIM: It turns out I may have been overly pessimistic last week when I said Cal Lightman's chances of a rekindled romance with his ex-wife, Zoe, were slim. Lie to Me's new executive producer, Shawn Ryan, says the show isn't ruling out any romantic options. "Cal Lightman is a healthy, single man spending a lot of time around Gillian [Kelli Williams] and Zoe [Jennifer Beals]," he tells the Buzz. "Temptation would certainly be understandable."

How many episodes of Eureka will play this season? And has it been renewed for a fourth season? — Lady TKD
MATT: Borrowing from the Battlestar playbook, Eureka's third season was molecularly disseminated into two discrete chunks, the first of which aired last fall and arrived on DVD last month. "Season 3.5," which consists of 10 episodes, is what you are watching now. And yes, there will be a fourth season and it will be 22 episodes —at least one of which is a musical.

Will Warehouse 13's Leena be featured more in the future? I find myself wanting to know more about her and how she came to be working for/with Artie. Obviously she is not simply the proprietress of a B&B. — Dee
MATT: I agree; Leena (played by Genelle Williams) has something going on behind her eyes. You can count on seeing Artie's friend in at least four more episodes — including the season finale, in which she figures prominently.

I heard that NBC is now considering a second season of Kings. Is there any chance that this is true? — Andrea
MICKEY: I've been hearing a similar hope-springs-eternal rumor. I'm guessing it stems from the changing of the guard at NBC, but the crown of monarchs fluttering around my head at the moment (and my Peacock moles) tell me that it's absolutely not true. While Kings was much loved by critics and the network, its ratings were too tiny to justify a second season.

Source: TV Guide

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