Saturday, October 30, 2010


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A lot of faces have come and gone since 'The Hills' debuted on MTV in May 2006, and in honor of the show's July 13 series finale -- we know, we're sad, too -- we're playing catch-up with a few of the most memorable 'Hills' stars of the past, starting with, of course ...
Lauren "L.C." Conrad
Conrad's the one that started it all, as the 'Laguna Beach' star's move from her Southern California hometown to Los Angeles to launch her career in the fashion industry sparked 'The Hills' as a 'Laguna Beach' spin-off. For five seasons, 'The Hills' revolved around L.C's educational pursuits at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, her internship at Teen Vogue, her romantic pursuits with Jason Wahler and Brody Jenner and her friendship with former roommate Heidi Montag.

After that last friendship went sour -- with Heidi's hook-up with Spencer Pratt -- LC began to focus on friendships with Audrina Patridge and Whitney Port, and in the middle of 'The Hills' fifth season, made her final appearance on the show (at, of all places, Heidi and Spencer's wedding).

Since her reality TV days ended, Conrad has written two bestselling novels (a third one will be released in October), launched the LC by Lauren Conrad clothing line at Kohl's and started dating a scripted TV celeb, 'My Boys' star Kyle Howard. Conrad confirmed last month that she won't return to 'The Hills' for the series finale, but will pop in for the post-finale reunion special on July 13.

Jason Wahler
Lauren even gave up a summer trip to Paris for Teen Vogue to stay in Los Angeles with boyfriend Jason in 'The Hills' season one finale, but their tempestuous relationship finally crashed and burned at the beginning of season two.

Post-'Hills,' Wahler has continued to make headlines, but not positive ones. He's scheduled to be a part of the next season of VH1's 'Celebrity Rehab' with Dr. Drew Pinsky, but his drinking escapades have led to racist rants, instances of him getting drunk and throwing his shoes at people and allegedly hitting a tow truck driver, all chronicled in many, many posts at And, since the beginning of 2010, he's been arrested for a bar fight in Mexico, was booked later in March on suspicion of DUI and, in June, was arrested at a party in Hollywood after being accused of hitting a female.

Jen Bunney
Bunney was a longtime friend of L.C.'s -- such a good friend, in fact, that Lauren presented her with diamond jewelry for her birthday in a season two 'Hills' episode. But, later (in that same episode!), Bunney spent some up-close-and-personal time with L.C.'s ex, Brody Jenner, in a messy, sneaky situation that also involved Spencer and another of Lauren's so-called friends, Heidi. Bunney was dismissed from L.C.'s clique with that action, and was an infrequent presence on the show afterwards.

Earlier this year, Bunney popped up in photos with Heidi Montag, who'd just announced that she was splitting with husband Spencer and would star in a new reality show with Bunney (a newly blonde Bunney, who, like Heidi, looked like a completely different person after some reported plastic surgery). But, like so many others before her, Bunney learned -- via the media, of course -- that Heidi is a fickle friend, as the soon-to-be-ex-Mrs. Pratt reportedly no longer wants to be Bunney's reality TV BFF ... after, Bunney says, she quit her job to star in the show.

Elodie Otto
Elodie was Heidi's friend and confidant when the clueless Montag worked for nightlife entrepreneur Brent Bolthouse at Bolthouse Productions. Elodie made the mistake of sharing her ambitions for a promotion at the company, which prompted Heidi to go for -- and get -- the promotion, and, more importantly, the sweet private office, for herself. And another Heidi Montag friendship bit the dust. But Elodie moved on from Heidi and the gig at Bolthouse, and is now an SEO specialist for a hotel chain based in Scottsdale, Arizona, and comments on her favorite reality TV shows at her blog, SEO Showbiz Gal.

Jordan Eubanks
Former baseball player and aspiring actor Eubanks (he had starred on the MTV series 'Damage Control' prior to 'The Hills') was the pre-Spencer Pratt boyfriend of Heidi Montag during the show's first season (he gave Heidi a puppy or Christmas on the show). Since then, Eubanks has continued to pursue his acting career, including co-producing and starring in the indie flick '2 Dudes and a Dream,' which also starred Simon Rex, Nikki Ziering, Jason Mewes, Andy Milonakis and the aforementioned Jason Wahler.

Emily Weiss
She was the super intern who swept into Teen Vogue in season two and taught Lauren and Whitney a thing or two about ambition. Not surprisingly, Weiss is still working in fashion media, as a freelance fashion assistant at

Doug Reinhardt
He had grown up in Laguna Beach with L.C. (and had taken her to his senior prom), and after his stint as a minor league baseball player ended, he moved to Los Angeles and was reunited with Lauren, who dated him briefly during the fourth season of 'The Hills.'

Reinhardt, whose stepfather invented the frozen burrito, went on to even more famously date Paris Hilton in 2009 (the two were rumored to be engaged at one point), and last month, was linked to Miss World USA Lane Lindell. Career-wise, Reinhardt is the co-founder and CEO of FUGEN Mobile, a mobile messaging and applications services company, and he and his family are following in Kardashian footsteps as the stars of the upcoming E! reality series 'Reinhardts: Family Comes First.'

Jayde Nicole
The 2008 Playboy Playmate of the Year dated Brody Jenner during 'The Hills' fifth season, but the pair constantly fought and eventually ended their relationship before the end of the season. Post-'Hills,' Nicole vowed never to watch the show again, though she's rumored to be developing her own reality series for E!.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Tuesday, October 26, 2010



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 AMC's newest original series, "The Walking Dead," will premiere on Halloween night, Sunday, October 31 at 10 PM ET. The Sunday night series will debut with a 90-minute premiere episode, airing at 10 PM, October 31st. Subsequent episodes will be one-hour long presentations.

 The series will premiere during AMC's Fearfest, the network's annual blockbuster marathon of thriller and horror films. Fearfest is celebrating its 14th Year by airing 14 consecutive days of themed programming with more than 50 films.


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CBS has ordered full season pickups for its five new series after solid ratings. "The Defenders, "Hawaii Five-O", "Blue Blood", "Mike & Molly" and "$#*! My Dads Says"  helped CBS grab he number one spot for the first month of the fall season.

"Everything has clicked so far this year—from development in January, to scheduling in May, to production over the summer, to marketing and publicity in the fall," CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler said in a statement.  "It's all testimony to the executives in our halls who remain restless for more success, and the amazing creative talent on our sets who continue to deliver the goods."


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ABC has cancels "The Gates" after one season on the air.

Monday, October 25, 2010



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 Mario Lopez is having a baby! Watch as People Magazine's Sexiest Bachelor makes the transition to fatherhood as he and girlfriend, Courtney Mazza, prepare for the birth of their first child. VH1's new untitled Mario Lopez baby series will be there to capture it all in eight half-hour episodes set to premiere in the fall of 2010.

Making the change from dude to full-time Dad isn't always easy, especially when you're learning a whole new set of rules. Mario's getting answers to questions he never thought he'd ask and VH1 will be with him every step of the way.
Mario's bachelor days came to an end two years ago while performing in a "Chorus Line" on Broadway where he met and fell in love with dancer Courtney Mazza. In VH1's new series Mario and girlfriend Courtney will let cameras follow as they transition from dating to co-parenting. From sonograms and baby proofing to vacations with the in-laws, Mario and Courtney will begin this exciting and sometimes overwhelming new chapter in their lives with America watching.

Thrilled about their new role as parents, Mario and Courtney will have to learn how to balance their new life with their busy careers and hectic schedules. With Courtney being a performer and Mario being the host of EXTRA and America's Best Dance Crew and author of 3 books including a "New York Times" bestseller Extra Lean, they will definitely have their hands full. Whether it's waking up at 3 am or changing diapers between takes on set... for Mario it's an all-out, no holds barred crash course in fatherhood! With Courtney by his side and VH1 cameras rolling, the new parents are eager to find balance to their new lives while still enjoying their relationship and new addition to their family.

Friday, October 22, 2010


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"In Treatment" returns with two new half-hour episodes debut back-to-back MONDAY, OCT. 25 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT), and two more new half-hour episodes back-to-back debut TUESDAY, OCT. 26 (9:00-10:00 p.m.), with other new episodes following the same schedule on subsequent Mondays and Tuesdays.

Golden Globe winner and Emmy(R) nominee Gabriel Byrne returns as Dr. Paul Weston in the critically acclaimed series. New cast members include Irrfan Kahn (appearing in the first Monday episode), Debra Winger (appearing in the second Monday episode), Dane DeHaan (appearing in the first Tuesday episode) and Amy Ryan (appearing in the second Tuesday episode).



Courtney CoxCourteney Cox -- Renewed for a second season way back in January, 'Cougar Town' is now a solid part of ABC's Wednesday comedy lineup. Much of that credit can be given to the direction the show has taken. Instead of the story focusing just on Cox's character, the program has evolved into a strong ensemble comedy that, when you think of it, may be the older, suburban version of 'Friends.'

Lisa KudrowLisa Kudrow -- After her HBO series 'The Comeback,' Kudrow took a break from regular series. After a few small movie and TV roles, including a guest spot on 'Cougar Town' back in the winter, Kudrow is coming back strong with not one, but two television projects. First is NBC's 'Who Do You Think You Are?', which Kudrow executive produces and was renewed for a second season. Second is the move of her successful web series 'Web Therapy' to Showtime. Infused with newly filmed segments, 'Web Therapy' will be upgraded to a standard 30-minute comedy.

Matthew PerryMatthew Perry -- Things are looking up for Perry after his lackluster movie career and the disaster that was 'Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.' The former Chandler Bing will be joining former co-star Cox on ABC with the new comedy 'Mr. Sunshine,' which was officially picked up by the network..

Matt LeBlancMatt LeBlanc -- When you think of Matt LeBlanc the phrase 'fell off the face of the earth' probably comes to mind. However, things may be turning around now that he's part of the new Showtime/BBC2 comedy series 'Episodes.' From a teaser preview released a few months ago, this may be the hit LeBlanc thought 'Joey' would be for him.

Jennifer AnistonJennifer Aniston -- Jennifer Aniston's career is a strange one. While she's considered a movie star and has made a few TV appearances since 'Friends' ended, she's really not that busy. Yet, she's always in 'People' or in one of the tabloids for some reason. With an OK movie career it might not be a bad idea for her to come back to television full-time to headline a new show.

David SchwimmerDavid Schwimmer -- Out of all the 'Friends' cast members it seems that Schwimmer is the least likely to return to TV full-time. Turning his attention to theater, David recently ended a role in the Broadway production of 'The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial.' He also completed a successful three-month run of the play 'Trust,' which he co-wrote and directed. The play, which depicts the tragic circumstances of an apparently innocent online encounter, has been optioned out as a film. If things go right, David may be the most successful of all the 'Friends' cast members.

As for the supporting cast and recurring guest stars...

Jon Favreau -- After portraying Monica's boyfriend in season 3, Favreau kept busy with a number of jobs, including voice acting roles in shows like 'Buzz Lightyear of Star Command' and 'G-Force.' He also went behind the camera as director of the movies 'Elf' and 'Zathura: A Space Adventure.' Oh, and he directed and produced a little-known movie called 'Iron Man' and its sequel. Overall, not too shabby.

Tom Selleck -- Things have gone well since Selleck appeared as Monica's much older boyfriend in the 2nd season of 'Friends.' He portrayed General Dwight Eisenhower in the award-winning 'Ike: Countdown to D-Day' and ended up as the new owner of the Montecito during the last season of 'Las Vegas.' Since 1995 he's portrayed Chief Jesse Stone in a series of CBS made-for-TV movies based on the Robert B. Parker novels. Come this fall he'll be coming back to CBS in the new crime drama 'Blue Bloods' as a New York City police chief.

Tate Donovan -- Aniston's love interest during the show's fourth season, Donovan hasn't been lacking work. After spending a few years voicing a number of Disney animated characters, Donovan landed a role as Jimmy Cooper on the teen soap 'The O.C.' Right after that he portrayed Tom Shayes on 'Damages.' He was supposed to be part of the cast of the new ABC super-hero series 'No Ordinary Family,' but was recently let go due to re-tooling of the pilot.

Paul Rudd -- Phoebe's boyfriend and eventual husband during the last few seasons of 'Friends,' Rudd made the big time shortly after the show ended as part of the hit movies 'Anchorman' and 'The 40 Year-Old Virgin.' He's also appeared in 'Night at the Museum,' 'Knocked Up,' and 'Reno 911!' He is creator and currently one of the producers of the Starz comedy 'Party Down.'

James Michael Tyler -- You may not know his real name, but in the 'Friends' universe he was known simply as Gunther, the head coffee guy at Central Perk. Tyler hasn't done much since the show ended; appearing as himself in a number of VH1/TV Land compilation shows about the greatest TV shows and romances, It looks like his next project is an independent comedy called 'Jason's Big Problem' about a guy with a small pee-pee who gets a big pee-pee after taking a natural growth product.

Maggie Wheeler -- Ohhh! My! God! Maggie Wheeler's Janice appeared at least once or twice a season, and in a multi-episode arc in season three as Chandler's girlfriend. She's kept herself busy with a number of voice acting and guest-starring roles on such shows as Disney's 'Kim Possible' and 'Suite Life on Deck,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' and 'Without a Trace,' She recently completed a stint as a voice actor on the FX animated series 'Archer.'

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Thursday, October 21, 2010


 Comedy Central Press Release

President Barack Obama will make his fifth appearance as a guest on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" on Wednesday, October 27 at 11:00 p.m. (ET/PT), his first since taking office as President of the United States of America. President Obama's last appearance on "The Daily Show" was on October 29, 2008, just days before he was elected President. He has also appeared on April 21, 2008, August 22, 2007 and November 7, 2005.

"The Daily Show" airs Monday-Thursday at 11:00 p.m. and repeats at 1:30 a.m. the same night and at 10:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. the following day (all times ET/PT). Full episodes, as well as clips, are posted for viewing the following day at and with URL and embed links.

President Obama's appearance will occur during the Emmy(R) and Peabody(R) Award-winning series' week-long trip to Washington, D.C. providing special, "Indecision 2010" coverage of the midterm elections. "When Grizzlies Attack: A 'Daily Show' Midterm Teapartyganza," will air nightly at 11:00 p.m. from Monday, October 25 through Thursday, October 28. "The Daily Show's" coverage of the midterm elections will culminate on Tuesday, November 2 with a live, Election Night special airing from 11:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. ET (tape-delayed on the West Coast).


The fifth and final season of "Friday Night Lights" starts next Wednesday, October 27 on DirectTV.


Tuesday, October 19, 2010



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The ABC Family network has decided to pull critical darling "Friday Night Lights" from its schedule after disappointing ratings.

"FNL is no longer on the schedule," a network spokesperson said. "Ratings were cited in the decision to take [it] off the schedule."

"Friday Night Lights" will return to DirectTV for its  fifth and final season Wednesday, October 27 at 9/8c

Monday, October 18, 2010


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"Walking Dead" is the newest original drama from AMC.  The six episode series follows a group of survivors who survive after a zombie apocalypse.

The 90 minute series premieres ,Sunday, October 31. Subsequent episodes will be one-hour presentations.

I really think that I am going to pass on watching this program, its looks a little too disturbing for my taste, but I must admit it looks like AMC might have another hit on their hands.


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"The Talk" aims to examine current issues through the eyes of  mothers, the show features ,Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Julie Chen, Leah Remini,  and Holly Robinson Peete .

The first show will welcome Christie Brinkley as its first guest, followed on Tuesday with Jennifer Lopez.

"The Talk"  will debut in  the recently cancelled long running soap "As the World Turns" timeslot 2/1c.

Friday, October 15, 2010


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"Everwood" was one of the WB's most beloved family dramas. The series followed Dr. Andy Brown and his two kids, Ephram and Delia, as they adjusted to their life in Everwood, a small Colorado hamlet, after the death of Julia Brown. To honor his wife's wishes, Dr. Brown left his high-profile medical career and transplanted his kids from New York City to Everwood.

The series ran for four years; it met its end when WB/UPN merged in 2006. When word came of the cancellation, 'Everwood' fans rallied to save their show and erected a Ferris wheel in Los Angeles to mimic the series finale.

'Everwood' has been slowly released on DVD. The most recent set, season 3, hit shelves on June 15, five years after it aired. Tell me I'm not alone in 'Everwood' nostalgia and join me for a return to the sleepy Colorado town with this "Where Are They Now?" (Cue the swelling piano and violin cords of the theme song.)

Treat WilliamsTreat Williams: As the bearded Dr. Andy Brown, Williams received praise for being the dad part of one of the most realistic father/son relationships on TV. Dr. Brown constantly clashed with his son Ephram and butted heads somewhat lovingly with his comic foil, Dr. Harold Abbott. After 'Everwood,' Williams shaved the beard and guested on 'Brothers & Sisters,' before landing a TNT drama, 'Heartland.' The medical drama didn't stick and Williams appeared in a handful of TV movies, including 'Safe Harbor.' Williams has roles in several films releasing in late 2010 such as 'Howl' and 'Earthbound.'

Gregory SmithGregory Smith: The second half the dynamic father/son duo, Smith regularly made girls swoon as the emotionally distraught Ephram Brown. Since 'Everwood,' Smith has done a handful of flicks, such as 'Closing the Ring,' 'Boot Camp' and 'In My Pocket.' However, Smith didn't leave TV behind. The young actor did an episode of 'Eli Stone' and he's a series regular on ABC's new cop drama 'Rookie Blue' (Thu., 9PM ET on ABC). Look for Smith in the upcoming thriller 'Dream House' with Daniel Craig and Naomi Watts.

Emily VanCampEmily VanCamp: As Amy Abbott, the on-again/off-again girlfriend (but always one true love of Ephram), VanCamp became the girl fans either wanted or wanted to be. After the WB series ended, VanCamp did a guest stint on 'Law & Order: SVU,' but she soon reunited with her former boss, 'Everwood' creator Greg Berlanti, on his ABC hit 'Brothers & Sisters.' VanCamp has been a regular on that series since 2007. She also appeared in the Canadian 'Ben Hur' miniseries as Esther and has a role in the upcoming film 'Norman.'

Debra MooneyDebra Mooney: The raspy-voiced Mooney played Edna Harper, mom to Dr. Abbott and nurse to Dr. Brown. She was a war veteran and didn't let anybody forget that. After 'Everwood,' Mooney went on to be a serial guest star. She appeared on 'Pushing Daisies,' several episodes of 'The Closer' and 'Boston Legal.' Up next is a role in 'The Last Godfather,' a film about a mafia boss training his mentally-impaired son to be his successor.

John BeasleyJohn Beasley: Edna Harper's beau, Irv, served as the series' narrator and often as the moral adviser to several of the characters. Beasley got into acting in his mid-40s, and after 'Everwood' he appeared in 'NCIS,' 'Boston Legal,' 'CSI: Miami' and Tyler Perry's film 'Daddy's Little Girls.' Beasley started the John Beasley Theater & Workshop, a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to plays written by or featuring African Americans. In 2008, he appeared in August Wilson's 'Fences' at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

Vivien CardoneVivien Cardone:
Delia Brown, the young daughter of Dr. Brown, adjusted to life in Everwood a little easier than her brother, but she did experience her share of growing pains. After 'Everwood,' Cardone shot a movie, 'All Roads Lead Home,' which also featured Peter Boyle's last acting role. She recently appeared in an April 2010 episode of 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent.'

Chris PrattChris Pratt: Bright Abbott was the thorn in Ephram's side, but the two eventually became good friends and roommates as Bright's character developed over the four years. Pratt quickly went from 'Everwood' to the 'The O.C.,' where he played Ché, a classmate of Summer's at Brown University. He's had supporting roles in several films, including 'Bride Wars' and 'Wanted,' but can now regularly be seen on NBC's 'Parks & Recreation' as Andy Dwyer. Pratt dated Emily VanCamp, but eventually married actress Anna Faris in 2009. He can be seen alongside his wife in 2011's 'Young Americans.'

Tom AmandesTom Amandes: Dr. Harold Abbott was once the only doctor in Everwood, but then Dr. Brown showed up. The two were rivals, friends and then business partners. Amandes was a familiar face to viewers even before his time on 'Everwood.' After the series wrapped, he appeared on a bevy of shows including 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' 'Big Love,' 'Grey's Anatomy' and several episodes of 'Eli Stone.' He recently had a recurring role as Max's doctor on 'Parenthood' and popped up on an episode of Fox's 'The Good Guys.' Up next is the film 'Lucky' with Colin Hanks and Mimi Rogers.

Stephanie NiznikStephanie Niznik: Nina Feeney was the friendly neighbor to the Browns. She often acted as both the shoulder to cry on and adviser to Dr. Brown before the two finally officially got together in the series finale. Niznik went on to appear in the short-lived CW drama 'Life Is Wild' and showed up on several long-running dramas such as 'CSI: Miami,' 'Lost' and 'Grey's Anatomy.' Her last credited film work was 2009's 'The Twenty.'

Merrilyn GannMerrilyn Gann:
As Rose Abbott, Gann was often the anchor that kept Dr. Abbott grounded. Gann went on to guest star on 'Supernatural,' lent her voice to 'Barbie and the Three Musketeers' and played the German chancellor in '2012.' She recently popped up on the CW series 'Life Unexpected' and the Hallmark Channel TV movie 'Freshman Father.'

Scott WolfScott Wolf:
Audiences already knew Wolf before he appeared on 'Everwood' as Dr. Jake Hartman from his days on 'Party of Five.' Wolf's Dr. Hartman became Nina's boyfriend for a time, but was eventually ditched when Dr. Brown proposed to Nina. After 'Everwood,' Wolf appeared in 'The Nine,' ABC's short-lived bank robbery drama. Wolf is now appearing as journalist Chad Decker on ABC's 'V,' which despite falling ratings was picked up for a second season airing in 2011.

Sarah DrewSarah Drew:
Drew's Hannah was the meek bookworm love interest for Bright Abbott. Drew is an accomplished stage and screen actress, having appeared in a handful of plays, including Broadway's 'Vincent in Brixton,' prior to being cast on 'Everwood.' Since the show wrapped, Drew has appeared on 'Glee' as Suzy Pepper, 'Mad Men,' 'Medium' and a dozen other programs. Her recurring role on 'Grey's Anatomy' was recently expanded to series regular.

You've probably got the theme song stuck in your head still, so for some more 'Everwood,' check out seasons 1-3 on DVD and full episodes stream on

Thursday, October 14, 2010


Press Release

 Friday Night Lights will return to DIRECTV’s The 101 Network for its the fifth and final season on Wednesday, October 27 at 9 p.m. Lead by recent Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress Emmy nominees Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton, the season five cast will feature series regulars Aimee Teegarden, Michael B. Jordan, Matt Lauria, Jurnee Smollett, Madison Burge and newcomer Grey Damon (90210, True Blood). Former cast members Jesse Plemmons, Taylor Kitsch, Scott Porter, Adrianne Palicki and Zach Gilford will return throughout the course of the final season.

“Going into season five, knowing it would likely be the final season, everyone involved with the show turned our focus to trying to make the best possible thirteen episodes we could,” said executive producer Jason Katims. “It was moving to watch the writers, cast, producers, directors and everyone on the team pull together like that. We wanted a great ending. We wanted to leave it all on the field.”

Season five opens at the start of a new school year and finds Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) an outsider in the world of Texas high school football. As he attempts to reclaim his rightful position within the establishment, Taylor finds himself faced with the challenge of tempering the expectations of the East Dillon Lions’ supporters, while proving to their detractors that they are a force to be reckoned with. Struggling to maintain control of the team he built and the players he’s molded, Coach endeavors to accomplish the impossible. After refusing to compromise her principles to appease the Dillon School Board, Tami joins her husband at East Dillon High doing what she does best, guiding students. Frustrated by what she finds at the school, she sets about to challenge the status quo, despite the resistance she encounters from both the faculty and students. Her efforts to repair a broken system, however, do not go unnoticed and will force her to make a decision that places a strain on the Taylor’s usually steadfast marriage.
Meanwhile, Julie (Aimee Teegarden) finds herself adrift at college and enters into an ill-advised relationship that will have serious consequences. Vince (Michael B. Jordan) continues his reign as the Lions’ quarterback, learning that his newfound stardom comes with advantages as well as hardships both on the field and off, as he faces the return of a father (guest star Cress Williams) he barely knows. Luke (Matt Lauria) is forced to face a startling reality about his future and the role that football will play in it. Jess (Jurnee Smollett) struggles to find a place for herself on the Lions as something other than a Rally Girl or member of the Spirit Squad. Becky (Madison Burge), unhappy at home, turns to someone else’s family for support. Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch) continues to serve time in jail as a result of the illegal activity at Riggins Rigs, an experience that has left an indelible mark on him and threatens his relationship with Billy (Derek Phillips), the only family he has.

Additionally, season five will also feature the return of several characters from past seasons. Fan favorites Jason Street (Scott Porter), Tyra Collette (Adrianne Palicki), Matt Saracen (Zach Gilford), Landry Clarke (Jesse Plemons) and Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch) will return to Dillon throughout the course of the season.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


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"Life Unexpected" is a great  show currently in its second season on the CW network that needs your support in order to earn a full season pickup. I am truly disappointed that so few people are watching.

 The CW network has already requested 6 additional scripts for "Hellcats" and "One Tree Hill", but  unfortunately "Life Unexpected" did not receive such a request. However, there is still hope and time to increase the ratings and get those extra scripts.

"Life Unexpected" airs every Tuesday night at 9pm. Please watch, and I guarantee you will love this show. You can also watch previous aired episodes @

Check out the trailer below for a quick introduction to show.


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NBC has canceled "Outlaw" after just four episodes.  NBC will fill the 10pm hour with another hour of "Dateline"  beginning this Friday, October 15.

  The remaining four episodes of "Outlaw" will be air  on Saturday nights at 8pm starting October 16th.  An episode won't be seen on October 30th because of a previously scheduled Shrek special. 

The last episode of "Outlaw" will air on November 13th.

Monday, October 11, 2010


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Check out this sneak peak of the new drama "Luther" starring the very talented and sexy Idris Elba. I hope the show is as exciting as this promo.

Idris,mostly known to American from the high successful HBO show "The Wire" returns to the small screen in the dark psychological crime drama starring as Luther, a man struggling with his own terrible demons, who might be as dangerous as the depraved murderers he hunts.

The six-episod run of "Luther" will premieres on BBC America Sunday, October 17


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FX has  renewed the hilarious comedy "Louie" for 13 new episodes.  The series stars actor/comedian Louis C.K. as a newly single father raising his two daughters and balancing a career as a stand-up comedian at the same time.

The half-hour comedy is truly one of the best comedies have seen in a very very long time. Although the humor can at times be a little dark and cringe-worthy, the series never ventured into unrelatable territory.

Season 2  premieres next summer with 13 new episodes.

Sunday, October 10, 2010


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ABC cancels "My Generations" after just two episodes.  The Thursday night drama dropped more than 30 percent with its second airing. The series followed a group of high school seniors ten years after their high school graduation.

"Grey's Anatomy will fill the timeslot with repeats for at least two weeks.


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ABC has ordered six new episodes of the Emmy-winning"Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution".  The second season , however will differ slightly from the first season. While the first season dealt with Oliver's efforts to completely change the lunch program at a West Virginia  school , season 2 will see  his changes directed toward Los Angeles  and its schools, offices, homes and restaurants.

Season 2 is likely to premiere sometime midseason or next summer.

Saturday, October 9, 2010


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From 2000 to 2007, the world of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore in the town of Stars Hollow, Conn., captivated the imagination of television viewers. 'Gilmore Girls' started on the WB, ended on the CW, and today lives on in syndication and DVD as one of the most charming, whimsical and poignant shows about family relations.

The reruns every weekend on SoapNet have also shown how many wonderful performers were part of 'Gilmore Girls,' and how many have gone on to continued success in other television programs. Here's a round up of the stars and where you can see them now:

Alexis Bledel: Growing up on television isn't always kind, but few did it as effortlessly as Alexis. She was the quintessential overachiever as Rory. Even before the show ended, Bledel was branching out with movies like 'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' and 'Tuck Everlasting.' In 2009, she did a short stint as Dr. Julia Wise on 'ER,' and is continuing to pursue a film career.

lauren_graham_parenthood_nbcLauren Graham: As hot mom Lorelai, Lauren Graham was a screwball comic heroine in the tradition of Rosalind Russell, talking fast while showing depth and vulnerability. Since the show wrapped, Graham appeared in a few films that failed to live up to her talents, like 'Because I Said So' and 'Flash of Genius.' She stepped in for Maura Tierney in NBC's 'Parenthood' and has been wonderful as screwed-up single mom Sarah Braverman. Do we smell an Emmy?

Melissa McCarthy: She was Lorelai's best friend, Sookie, then went on to be Samantha's best friend Dena on 'Samantha Who?' but in her new CBS sitcom 'Mike and Molly,' McCarthy steps out from the sidekick role to be the star of the show. The new fall comedy from 'Two and a Half Men' and 'Big Bang Theory' mastermind Chuck Lorre has all the earmarks of a hit.

Scott Paterson: On 'Gilmore Girls,' Paterson was sensitive macho man Luke Danes. He appeared during the show's entire run and since the end the series, he's been in two shows -- 'Aliens in America' and '90210' -- as well as reprising his role as Agent Strahm in the 'Saw' films. This fall, he'll star on the mysterious, action-packed new NBC fall series, 'The Event.'

Kelly Bishop: The ultimate 'Gilmore Girl' was really Emily, Lorelai's mother. As played by Kelly Bishop she was an imposing presence. In the years since the end of the show, Bishop's appeared on both 'Law & Order: SVU' and 'Mercy' in multiple-episode arcs.

Edward Hermann
Like Kelly Bishop, Edward Hermann brought dignity and authority to his role as family patriarch Richard Gilmore, not to mention great humor and class. He works constantly and appeared on 'Grey's Anatomy' as Dr. Norman Shales, and more recently on 'Law & Order: SVU.'

the_good_wife_cbs_julianna_marguliesMatt Czuchry:
For the last three years of 'Glimore Girls,' Czuchry played the man in Rory's life -- Logan Huntzberger, , a spoiled newspaper heir more interested in fun that his future. After a brief turn on 'Friday Night Lights' as a Christian radio host, Czuchry emerged this past season as Cary on 'The Good Wife.' Despite his character being fired at the end of the season, he will continue on the show as Alicia's adversary in the state attorney's office.

Milo Ventimiglia:
Most people know him best as Peter Petrelli on 'Heroes,' but his first claim to fame was as bad boy Jess on 'Gilmore Girls.' The WB tried to spin off the character, but if didn't click. However, Ventimiglia was really on target as the power-absorbing Peter on 'Heroes,' even when his character veered from good to bad and back again. Also while doing 'Heroes,' the actor played Rocky's son in the last of Sylvester Stallone's franchise, 'Rocky Balboa.'

Jared Padelecki: As Dean on 'Gilmore Girls,' Padelecki spent 63 episodes chasing Rory, catching her and then losing her in the midst of her transition to Yale and his doomed high school marriage. He was a star on the rise and CW paired him with Jensen Ackles in the sci-fi series 'Supernatural.' The combo worked perfectly and as brothers, they're both still thriving on the show, which is going into its sixth season.

Keiko Agena:
As much as Rory grew in the years 'Gilmore Girls' was on the air, so did her best friend, Lane Kim. Like Bledel, Agena was on 'ER' and more recently guested on 'Private Practice' and 'Castle.'

Sean Gunn:
Character in Stars Hollow like Kirk added to the charm of 'Gilmore Girls.' Gunn was endearingly annoying as the town nuisance. Currently, Sean's been all over TV as the commercial pitch man for KGB. Here's one of his ads:

Friday, October 8, 2010


FX  Press Release

 FX has renewed its critically acclaimed hit drama Sons of Anarchy for a fourth season, placing a 13-episode order from Fox 21 and FX Productions, announced John Landgraf, President and General Manager, FX Networks.

Eight all-new episodes remain in SOA's current third season airing Tuesdays at 10pm et/pt, and beginning in two weeks the encore runs will air Tuesdays at 11pm and 1am, Fridays at 10pm and Sundays at 10pm.

The third season finale will air on Tuesday, November 30.


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NBC has halted production on the struggling "Outlaw".   Eight episodes have been produced and NBC will more than likely air the five remaining episodes. 

This is highly unlikely, but if the ratings increase ,there is the possibility of production resuming.

Two new  shows , Fox's "Lone Star" and ABC's "My Generation" have already been canceled.


Tuesday, October 5, 2010


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Although ratings for "Hung" haven't been great and have dropped a bit during season two, HBO
has renewed the show for a 10 episode third season

The Season 2 finale aired Sunday, Sept 12.