Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Vampire Diaries Casting Scoop!

Cute-as-a-button Arielle Kebbel, who played Lindsay Forester on Gilmore Girls during the 2003-04 season, is headed to Mystic Falls. She will appear on the 7th episode of The CW’s Vampire Diaries as Stefan’s “oldest and best vampire friend, Lexi,” says co-executive producer Julie Plec. “We love her!” Sounds like a role she can really sink her teeth….oh, never mind. Not gonna go there.
Source: TVGuide Magazine

Sons of Anarchy Promo Pics!

For Episode 2x06 "Faix Cerebri":

Behind the Scenes: LOST Pics!



Fringe is making me crazy! How am I supposed to know which universe we're in? — Craigger
MICKEY: "Have we been secretively 'over there' when there weren't clues?" asks executive producer Jeff Pinkner. "No. When Olivia crosses over, she will be aware and the audience will be aware. We're not trying to trick anybody." Easy for you to say, Jeff! If you're still confused about what happened to Olivia in that "car crash," fear not: I have it on very good authority that an upcoming episode will deal with that issue head-on, so to speak.

What direction will the Foster/Lightman relationship take this year on Lie to Me? — Kate
ADAM: Executive producer Shawn Ryan will promise only movement on the relationship front. "It's something we're going to take a little slowly, but it's something we also take seriously," he says. "You'll see the nature and the intimacy of their relationship, even if it doesn't end up landing them in bed together." But could Lightman take a possible detour to Zoetown? "There's always the possibility that those two could wind up in the back of a car in some parking lot at any moment," Ryan teases.

Clark and Chloe deserve to be friends at least. The season premiere tore their friendship apart and I don't want to watch Smallville anymore. — Josh
ADAM: Wrongs can always be undone, Josh. Sure, Chloe and Clark have a long way to go in repairing their friendship, but by the end of the next episode, I think you will be hopeful about them patching things up. The bad news for Chlark fans is this: Chloe's friendly gesture pushes Clark closer to Lois.

Source: TV Guide

Dollhouse & Dr.Horrible Interviews!

Sons of Anarchy Preview!

Dollhouse Sneak Peeks!

House Episode Details!

Episode 6x05 "Instant Karma"

A wealthy businessman brings his teenage son to the hospital and insists on having House handle the case; Foreman and Chase prepare to present information on the Dibala case.

Source: SpoilerTV

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Bones Casting Scoop!

After an exhaustive search (and months of me teasing this character in my column), Fox’s Bones has finally cast a grandfather (Or ‘Pops’) for David Boreanaz’s Seeley Booth. Hank Booth, a former army EMT, will be played by a Walton… specifically, Ralph Waite, who played patriarch John Walton on The Waltons from 1972-81.

Sounds like Ralph will need to be spry, considering his character will insist on accompanying his grandson out into the field to investigate “The Foot in the Foreclosure” on the Nov. 19 episode. “This is a really good murder,” promises Nathan. “All that’s left is ash and one foot, and Hank can’t help but tag along.”

The episode kicks off with Hank, recovering from a bypass, leaving a nursing home after getting into physical altercations with his male nurses. “He walks out and comes to live with Booth, whom he raised,” says Nathan. “They’ll try to rekindle the life they had for so many years, but you can never quite reclaim the past.”

We will also learn the reasons behind Booth’s abusive father abandoning his son at age 11, which David hopes will lead an NYPD Blue vet out of retirement. “I want Dennis Franz to play my dad,” David tells me. “He'd be perfect for Booth's dad. I would love to make this happen."

Nathan says Bones still plans to cast Booth’s father at a later date, adding, “You can’t introduce too many relatives at once."

Source: TV Guide Magazine

Dexter Webisode Sneak Peek!

Dexter Sneak Peeks!

Primeval Resurrected!

Primeval has been recommissioned for two series under a new co-production deal between ITV and UKTV.

The arrangement, which also involves BBC America and German broadcaster Pro7, is for a seven-episode fourth series and a six-episode fifth.

ITV1 will premiere series four in early 2011, while Watch will have the first run of series five later that year. ITV1 will then broadcast series five.

Stars Andrew Lee Potts, Hannah Spearitt, Ben Miller and Jason Flemyng will all return for the new batch of episodes.

"I am thrilled that ITV has agreed to this new deal, which will allow us to produce another 13 episodes of Primeval," said Tim Haines, creative director of Impossible Pictures. "The confidence demonstrated in the programme's continued success here and abroad will help us bring more big screen action and a whole host of new creatures roaring back into people's living rooms."

The announcement comes three months after ITV axed the series.

Source: Digital Spy

Twilight Posters!

Fringe Sneak Peek!

Sanctuary Scoop!


Lie to Me Preview!

House Preview!

Heroes Preview!

Monday, September 28, 2009

Vampire Diaries Sneak Peeks!

Fringe Promo Pics!

For Episode 2x05 "Dream Logic":

Nightmare on Elm Street Trailer!

Psych Preview!

Smallville Sneak Peek!

Dexter Interview!


FlashForward Press Release!

Episode 1x04 "Black Swan"

Olivia struggles to accept Bryce's suggestion that a patient's flashforward holds the key to a correct diagnosis and treatment. Meanwhile, Demetri accuses Mark of waiting for the future he saw in his flashforward to come true without incident, while Mark feels Demetri is letting his fear of what he witnessed envelop his life; and Nicole returns to work as Mark and Olivia's daughter's baby-sitter, and discloses her shocking future vision -- involving a murder -- on "FlashForward," THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

"FlashForward" stars Joseph Fiennes as Mark Benford, John Cho as Demetri Noh, Jack Davenport as Lloyd Simcoe, Zachary Knighton as Bryce Varley, Peyton List as Nicole Kirby, Dominic Monaghan as Simon, Br’an F. O'Byrne as Aaron Stark, Courtney B. Vance as Stanford Wedeck, Sonya Walger as Olivia Benford and Christine Woods as Janis Hawk.

Guest starring are Lennon Wynn as Charlie, Ryan Wynott as Dylan Simcoe, Lee Thompson Young as Agent Gough, Barry Shabaka Henley as Agent Vreede, Keir O'Donnell as Ned, Sean O'Bryan as Father Seabury, Elizabeth Pe–a as Sally, Rachel Roberts as Alda Hertzog, Justin Dray as Meade, Rizwan Manji as Maneesh Sandhar, Adam Tsekhman as Vlad, Arjay Smith as Louis, Kathy Vara as TV reporter, Peggy Stewart as secretary, Cynthia Addai-Robinson as Debbie and Julia Wackenheim as cashier girl.

"Black Swan" was written by Lisa Zwerling & Scott Gimple and directed by Michael Rymer.

Source: ABC

Heroes Press Release!

Episode 4x06 "Tabula Rasa


Under Samuel’s (Robert Knepper) guidance, Sylar (Zachary Quinto) starts on a path to rediscover his true identity. Hiro (Masi Oka) helps Emma (guest star Deanne Bray) accept and understand the great possibilities that go along with having an ability. Meanwhile, Peter (Milo Ventimiglia) enlists HRG (Jack Coleman) to help him find a healer who can save Hiro’s life. Hayden Panettiere also stars. Mark L. Young also guest stars.

Source: NBC

House Scoop!

While House (Hugh Laurie) was in the booby hatch relocating his sanity, the rest of the residents of Princeton-Plainsboro have yet to be seen. House left them in quite a pickle, so the first few episodes of the season will be about picking up the pieces of both the diagnostics department and their lives. The executive producers and stars of House impart some wisdom on where our favorite cranky doc and his "friends" are heading this season, which includes a big hospital shakeup, a new roommate and a road trip.

New beginnings: According to executive producer David Shore, the second episode picks up right where the premiere left off. "House is wondering whether he can go back to work, whether he should go back to work and how he can implement what he's learned in that institution," he tells "[He's] not coming back [to the hospital], at least not initially. He does not have his license anymore. He could get it back. He will get his license back eventually."

How the team deals with House: "It's very weird for everyone that he has suddenly become the patient, that he's in this vulnerable position," Olivia Wilde tells us. "It's a great way to reveal a little bit about each of these characters in a way you haven't seen before. Seeing them in power positions or vulnerable positions you haven't seen them previously occupy, or competing in a way they never have before."

Not time for Cuddy... yet: "House is not going to throw himself into another relationship immediately after this," says Shore. "I think he knows he has to step back, and we spend the first several episodes of the season dealing with House trying to implement what he's learned, [and] trying to be a better person, with varying degrees of success. As we get further on, it's about trying to open himself up to relationships, perhaps with Cuddy."

House's mental romp: Lydia (Franka Potente) is not returning anytime soon, though executive producer Katie Jacobs tells exclusively that they have an option on her for two more episodes. How will the steamy sex in the premiere affect House and Cuddy's relationship? "I don't want to be the one to tell her, but you'll have to see," jokes Hugh Laurie. "Cuddy has some surprises of her own to reveal. We both have secrets, I don't mean secrets from each other, but we have inner lives that we must get on with, but I think those two characters will always remain close."

New roomies: When House leaves the mental institute, he's moving in with Wilson. What's that relationship look like? "Felix and Oscar or Winnie the Pooh and Tigger," says Jacobs. "Obviously it's some sort of weird, co-dependent, enjoyable, frustrating, surprising relationship."

Hospital shake-up: The original fellowship team returns to the diagnostics department after Cuddy begrudgingly appoints Foreman the new head. "The diagnostics department only exists because of House," says Wilde. "When trying to keep it open without House, that means pulling out all the stops and bringing in all the experts, and of course, that's going to create a bigger challenge for the rest of the characters. There are only three spots and there are only three fellows."

Road trip: Lake Arrowhead sets the scene for House's November sweeps episode. "We go to a resort [for a] conference," says Robert Sean Leonard. "Wilson goes up there with a very clear idea of what he wants to say. He's giving a lecture and he wants to talk about something that House thinks will end his career. It's actually more serious."

Source: TV Guide

LOST Spoiler Report!


Dexter Sneak Peek/Preview!

Sons of Anarchy Episode Details!

Episode 2x04 "Eureka"

Tensions between Jax and Clay escalate when they disagree over strategy for rescuing Tig after he's captured by bounty hunters on a gun-running mission. Back in Charming, Gemma is rattled by a graphic reminder of her attack, and she sets out to do something about it.

Episode 2x05 "Smite"

Jax and Clay lock horns (and line up support) over how to deal with Zobelle, Tara finds herself ensnared in Gemma's emotional struggle in the aftermath of her attack. Meanwhile, SAMCRO gets help from an unlikely source.

Source: TV Guide

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Fringe Casting Scoop!

You win some, you lose some. Sebastian Roche — best known for his role as GENERAL HOSPITAL’s psychotic Jerry Jax — used his twitter account to share the news that THE BEAUTIFUL LIFE had been canceled. And while the talented actor had booked a recurring role on the God-awful series as the father of Sara Paxton’s Raina, he still had reason to smile. Seems he’s also been booked what he referred to as “a big recurring baddie part” on FOX’s sophomore series FRINGE. Bad comes naturally to Roche, who — when now torturing the folks on HOSPITAL — was also been seen making life hellish for good guy Jack Bauer last season on 24.

Source: The TV Addict

Merlin Preview!

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Sanctuary Press Release!

Episode 2x01 "End of Nights Part 1"

Air Date: Friday, October 9, 2009 @ 10 PM

In the season two opener of Sanctuary, Ashley (EMILIE ULLERUP) remains captured, in the dangerous hands of the Cabal. While desperately searching for her, Magnus (AMANDA TAPPING), Will (ROBIN DUNNE), Druitt (CHRISTOPHER HEYERDAHL) and Tesla (JONATHON YOUNG), encounter Kate Freelander (AGAM DARSHI) a quick-talking con artist with Cabal connections. Pressing her for information, Magnus gets the location of a secret Cabal facility that may lead them to her daughter. Although aware that Kate is less than trustworthy, the team takes a risk and moves in on the Cabal way station. They quickly discover they have been led into a trap and that the Ashley they once knew has made a formidable and alarming transformation, with no intention of coming home to the Sanctuary.

Episode 2x02 "End of Nights Part 2"

Air Date: Friday, October 16, 2009 @ 10 PM

Furious at being duped into a trap, Magnus (AMANDA TAPPING) takes on Kate (AGAM DARSHI), demanding information and complete access to her Cabal contacts. The Cabal’s true agenda is revealed and Magnus realizes that they are not only holding Ashley (EMILIE ULLERUP) as ransom to obtain complete control of the Sanctuary Network, but turning her into the ultimate weapon. Now transformed into a Super Abnormal with devastating powers, Ashley and her newly cloned fighters begin their onslaught, destroying Sanctuaries in cities around the world. Tesla (JONATHON YOUNG) and Henry (RYAN ROBBINS) attempt to create a weapon that can stop the attacks…without killing Ashley. As the team prepares to defend the Sanctuary with Tesla’s new weapon, Magnus must come to the realization that they may not be able to stop the Cabal’s attacks without harming Ashley. She realizes she might have to choose between saving her only daughter, or losing the Sanctuary and all the lives and secrets within it.

Source: TV By The Numbers

Stargate Universe Press Release!

Episode 1x05 "Light"

Air Date: Friday, October 23, 2009 @ 9 PM

The Destiny is still without power and an attempt to alter their collision course with a star has failed. The situation is now critical. A plan is born to abandon ship using the last working shuttle, with the hope that one of three planets in close proximity will be habitable. Although this strategy initially raises the crew’s spirits, it is short lived when Col. Young (LOUIS FERREIRA) announces there is only room for seventeen people and a lottery will determine who goes and who stays. Stunned by the implication of this news, everyone considers their fate. Some, including Dr. Nicholas Rush (ROBERT CARLYLE) and Col. Young, opt to stay on board. Others, determined to survive, vie for a seat on the departing shuttlecraft.

In the short time that remains, alliances are forged and others damaged while Eli (DAVID BLUE) tries to create a message in a bottle with the aid of a Kino. But, unbeknownst to all, forces are at work that no one could have foreseen.

Source: TV By The Numbers

Dexter Scoop!


Supernatural Sneak Peeks!

Smallville Promo Pics!

For Episode 9x04 "Echo":

Flash Forward Sneak Peeks!

Bones Promo Pics!

For Episode 5x05 "Night at the Bones Museum":

Sons of Anarchy Promo Pics!

For Episode 2x05 "Smite":

Dollhouse Preview!

Smallville Preview!

Friday, September 25, 2009

Vampire Diaries Sneak Peek!

"V" Airing Scoop!

An ABC spokeswoman confirmed exclusively to EW that V, the network’s much anticipated reboot of the old NBC miniseries, will air for a limited, four-episode run in November and then return to the schedule after the Olympics in March. News of the show’s unique rollout comes amid rampant speculation that the Warner Bros. TV drama was undergoing a serious overhaul after news broke that it would halt production for a two-week hiatus. Now, an insider confirms, the hiatus will extend for another four weeks to prepare for the show’s previously announced Nov. 3 debut. An ABC spokeswoman says it was always the network’s intent to the run the science fiction drama in “pod” form to treat it more like event programming.

The drama about an alien race that comes to earth – purportedly in peace – stars Elizabeth Mitchell and Scott Wolf.

Source: EW

Supernatural Episode Details!

Episode 5x06 "I Believe the Children Are Our Future"


Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a series of odd murders that strangely resemble fairytales and urban legends. The brothers track down an 11-year-old boy named Jesse (guest star Gattlin Griffith) and realize that whatever Jesse believes is coming true. Castiel (Misha Collins) tells Sam and Dean that Jesse is a serious threat and needs to be eliminated.

Source: The ODI

House Promo Pics!

Behind the Scenes: Dollhouse Pics!


Vampire Diaries Press Release!

Episode 1x06 "Lost Girls"


Elena demands that Stefan explain the frightening events that have been happening in Mystic Falls. In flashbacks, Stefan explains how his rivalry with Damon began. Back in the present, Damon impulsively takes control of Vicki’s future, and a confused and frightened Vicki runs away. Finally, Sheriff Forbes and Mayor Lockwood take steps to protect the town.


Stargate Universe Sneak Peek!

Stargate Universe Video Interview!

Lie to Me Scoop!


New Moon Promo Pic!

Source: Spoilertv

More LOST Filming Scoop!

Dexter Interview!


Smallville Episode Details!

Episode 9x04 "Echo"

Tess (Cassidy Freeman) forces Oliver (Justin Hartley) to come to a Queen Industries gala to put the Board at ease, but things go awry when the Toyman (guest star Chris Gautheir) shows up with a bomb and a plan to take revenge on Oliver. The Toyman tells Oliver he must confess to murdering Lex or he will blow the place up. Meanwhile, as part of his training, Jor-El gives Clark (Tom Welling) the ability to hear other people’s thoughts. Allison Mack and Erica Durance also star. Wayne Rose directed the episode written by Bryan Q. Miller

Source: CW

LOST Filming Update!


Flashforward Preview!

Vampire Diaries Preview!

Bones Preview!

Fringe Preview!

Supernatural Preview!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Fringe Interview!

Big House Scoop!

According to our favorite frenemy, Jennifer Morrison's run as Dr. Allison Cameron on House will end midseason, and her exit was a creative decision on the part of the producers. (Meaning Morrison didn't quit; she was written out.)

OK, so that's the alleged behind-the-scenes situation—according to a rep, "The show does not have any comment" on reports of Morrison's exit—but forget the Hollywood drama. What drives Cameron to ditch her job at Princeton-Plainsboro after more than five years in House's orbit?

Read on for the exclusive scoop we got from insiders on why Cameron leaves her husband and the hospital...

Here's what sources spill about Cameron's departure: After Chase treads a thin moral line on a case involving an African dictator, he and Cameron both decide they should get out of Princeton while the getting's good. They plan to quit the hospital together and go somewhere else where they can focus on their relationship and on each other.

And then House gets involved. Because House (Hugh Laurie) is the devil. (Argh!)

House, who loves nothing more than to pour poison in the ears of his friends, starts talking to Chase about Cameron. House suggests that Cameron forgiving Chase for his misdeeds with the dictator is out of character for her.

Shortly thereafter, Chase has an inexplicable change of heart and decides he wants to stay with House after all. Cameron is understandably upset.


According to insiders, this all goes down around episode eight.

If nothing else, this certainly casts a new light on what Jesse Spencer told us at the House premiere party in Hollywood last week: "I've got a lot of storylines coming my way. There's a bit of dodgy doctoring going on. But dodgy doctoring is all we do on the show. Bend the rules a little bit—that's what House does. If House was practicing medicine [in the real world] he'd have lost his license on day one."

Long story short: Chase drank the boss' Kool-Aid, Cameron didn't and horrible, horrible House wins again.

What do you think about this major cast change? Does Jennifer's departure from House and the final destruction of Hameron ruin the show for you, or will you carry on in the company of Cuddy and Thirteen and not mind one bit?

Source: E!

Vampire Diaries Sneak Peek!

Fringe Scoop!


"24" Casting Scoop!

Stephen Root has joined Fox's "24" for a multiepisode arc.

On the upcoming eighth season of 20th TV's real-time drama, Root will play Ben Prady, an officer of the Department of Corrections looking into a parolee gone missing.

Root, who did an arc on HBO's "True Blood," will next be seen in "The Men Who Stare at Goats."

Source: Hollywood Reporter

Heroes Promo Pics!

For Episode 4x04 "Acceptance":

Fringe Sneak Peeks!

Eastwick Preview!


Question: Any more True Blood season 3 casting news? —Richard
Ausiello: Yes! Alan Ball confirms that he’s currently casting the role of Talbot, “trophy husband” to Denis O’Hare’s same-gender-lovin’ King of Mississippi.

Question I just finished watching the first three seasons of Dexter and I can’t wait until the season 4 premiere. If you have a scoop that would be awesome. And if you have more than one scoop — or a scoop-fest, if you will — that would be even more awesome. —Jared
Ausiello: To quote my onetime Ausiello TV co-star Ana Ortiz, “Oh, I will, honey. You bet your ass I will.” John Lithgow’s Trinity Killer will claim a high-profile victim (a.k.a. significant character) during the first half of the season.

Question: I am dying (ha! get it?) for some Dexter spoilers! —Alex
Ausiello: LOLOMGLAME! Look for Dexter and Rita to get a very surprising houseguest in November.

Question: I’m dying for some Chuck scoop! Give us a little tidbit, anything to tide me over until March! —Jordan
Ausiello: Casting scoop! Emmy winner Armand Assante has been tapped to play a Castro-esque dictator who Casey has unsuccessfully tried to assassinate multiple times.

Question: Rumor has it House tells Cuddy he loves her in this season’s ninth episode. Is this for real? Or is someone pulling a fast one? —Reina
Ausiello: I can confirm that, as it stands now, House tells someone he loves Cuddy.

Question: Is it true we’ll meet Cuddy’s sister in the Thanksgiving episode? —Danica
Ausiello: She factors into the story somehow, but we don’t actually meet her. Does that make sense?

Question: I loved your interview with Lisa Edelstein on the Emmy red carpet. Do you know how many episodes Michael Weston’s character, Lucas, will be around on House? —Reana
Ausiello: More than one but less than 80.

Question: With House getting out of the asylum, does that mean we have seen the end of Anne Dudek as Amber? I hope not! —Patrick
Ausiello: Sorry, but I think this pretty much confirms that both House and House have gotten over their Amber fixation.

Question: Can you get us some amazing new Smallville scoop? —Tyson
Ausiello: In the Nov. 20 episode, “Pandora,” we’ll see exactly what happened when Lois disappeared for three weeks — and it’ll look remarkably similar to this.

Question: Is this “Redemption” arc of Heroes going to last the whole season? Or will it be another half-season affair? —Danny
Ausiello: It’ll span the entire 19-episode season.

Question: Have they cast Booth’s grandpa on Bones? —CL
Ausiello: Let’s check in with Bones boss Hart Hanson: “We are either very, very close or about to rethink the part. Please don’t hypnotize me into saying more.” I promise I won’t. Just one quick follow-up: Look into my eyes… you are getting very sleepy… I’ll ask you again… Who’s playing Booth’s grandpa…

Question: Will Olivia and Peter ever get together on Fringe? —Sara
Ausiello: Anna Torv doesn’t think the show should pull the trigger on Polivia for at least another year. “I think definitely we should wait until next season,” she told me at the Emmys. “That’s the way it goes on TV, right? You stretch it for as long as you can.” Yeah, that’s the drill. Torv also revealed that Olivia will get back “over there” in an upcoming episode. “We do go back and get to see the rest of that scene [from the finale].”

Source: EW

The Vampire Diaries News!

The Vampire Diaries has been ordered a full first season!

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Legend of the Seeker Promo Pic & Scoop!

Charisma Carpenter looks pretty good in skintight leather, doesn't she? The former Buffy and Angel star appears on the Nov. 7 season premiere of the syndicated cult hit Legend of the Seeker, and we've got the exclusive first promo still!

Carpenter plays Triana, one of the feisty Mord-Sith warrior women who regularly make Richard Cypher's life miserable—when they're not trying to sex him up, that is.

Look for season two to go heavy on the superhot sci-fi ladies. In addition to Carpenter, Tabrett Bethell joins the cast as Mord-Sith, sister-friend Cara, a new regular character with designs on the Seeker, and Aimee Teegarden (Friday Night Lights) guest stars as a Confessor who gets between Richard and Kahlan (Bridget Regan).
Source: E!

Vampire Diaries Promo Pics!

For Episode 1x06 "Lost Girls":

Psych Episode Scoop & Casting Call!

Episode 4x14 "The Head, The Tail, the Whole Damn Episode"

There's more than meets the eye to a shark attack fatality that Shawn, Gus and the SBPD investigate...


In her early 50s and attractive, she is a doctor of oceanography, a shark expert. She is personable, intelligent, and has a sense of humor and a real passion for her work. She has a connection with Henry (Corbin Bernsen) but she could be involved in the mystery being investigated.GUEST STAR (23)


50-60. He is a salty fisherman-type, the owner of a fishing shop, a surly, unhelpful sort. He eventually agrees to loan his boat and services to Shawn and Gus to aid the investigation. He should be strong and have a physical presence. GUEST STAR (23)

Source: SpoilerTV

Sanctuary Preview!

Stargate Universe Interviews!

House Spoiler!

New Show Alert!

Angels and Demons battling in "Fallen"

Fox TV has agreed to produce a pilot for John Glenn's new drama, "Fallen", which sees angels and demons battling it out on the streets of New York.

The Eagle Eye co-writer's latest project is described by the Chernin Company, who will be producing it with Glenn, as "a real-world drama that revolves around a group of vigilante 'fallen' angels who take down the criminal and the corrupt in New York while falling in love, battling demons and seeking their own personal revenge."

The movie is not linked to the demonic possession thriller Fallen from 1998. Glenn previously wrote and directed the 2008 movie The Lazarus Project (pictured) and ABC's pilot Drift.


Sons of Anarchy Preview!


Dollhouse Sneak Peeks!

Smallville Sneak Peeks!

Dollhouse Scoop!