While The CW has yet to make an official announcement, by not picking up the ‘back nine’ for Life Unexpected, it effectively let it be known that the series was canceled. Now comes news that Warner Home Video will be releasing Life Unexpected: The Complete Series on DVD and Blu-ray on April 5, 2011.
Although the set will include all twenty-six episodes from the show’s two seasons, it’s incredible light on bonus material. The WHV press release only lists the following: Life In Portland: The Making of Life Unexpected; Lux, Cate, Baz, Ryan & Math: The Casting of Life Unexpected; Deleted Scenes, and a Gag Reel. It’s a sad end for the best teen soap on TV.
The mid-season finale of Psych [Wednesday, USA, 10/9C] begins with an e-mail alerting Shawn and Gus to a ‘cinnamon festival’ in the small [so small it’s in parentheses on the computer map they check] town of Dual Spires. The guys immediately set off [they do love their cinnamon] – and find themselves in the strangest little town they’ve ever visited. Then, a plastic-wrapped dead girl turns up. The dead girl is Paula Merral, niece of the owners of The Sawmill Café – and we cut to the opening credits and… Julee Cruise singing an Angelo Badalamenti-like arrangement of the Psych theme.
Continue reading Psych Takes On Twin Peaks – Eerie Hijinx Ensue!
When ABC presented its fall 2010 schedule, it was a major disappointment that Body of Proof, starring Dana Delaney as a brilliant neurosurgeon turned Medical Examiner hadn’t been included. The series had had incredible buzz and Delaney had a strong following from her time on Desperate Housewives and other projects dating all the way back to China Beach.
Today, ABC announced that Body of Proof will premiere on March 29, 2011. The press release follows the jump.
Continue reading Body of Proof: Much Anticipated Dana Delaney Series, Gets March 2011 Premiere Date!
When the Burn Notice Movie begins shooting in January, there will be a familiar face behind the camera as well as in front. Series star Jeffrey Donovan has been tapped to direct the prequel film that stars Bruce Campbell in his role as Sam Axe. Burn Notice creator Matt Nix will provide the script.
Follow the jump for details on the shoot and movie’s plot.
Continue reading Burn Notice Movie: Michael Westen To Direct Sam Axe Prequel!
Game of Thrones looks to be HBO’s most intense series, yet. Check out the new trailer!
James Franco and Anne Hathaway will serve as co-hosts of the 83rd Academy Awards®, Oscars telecast producers Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer announced today. Both have previously appeared on the telecast but not in hosting capacities.
Continue reading James Franco and Anne Hathaway to Host the 83rd Academy Awards®!
Here’s the trailer for the Spartacus prequel, Gods of the Arena. The official series description and two cool behind-the-scenes videos, follow the jump.
Continue reading First Look: Spartacus: Gods of the Arena!
SyFy’s popular new program Hollywood Treasure is a different type of reality-based show. It has a premise and format that hooks the viewer through the presentation of interesting Hollywood memorabilia, while tapping into the curiosity factor of wanting to know not only how much they are worth but what others are ultimately willing to pay for them. The show has an addictive, quick-paced formula basically consisting of three ‘hooks’ and each week presents two half-hour episodes. There are even special auctions held to benefit charity. And the best part is that SyFy also makes it possible for viewers to take part in auctions. This includes unique items from fan favorites Battlestar Galactica, Caprica, Warehouse 13, as well as trip packages for Comic Con with VIP access, and an all-expense paid weekend with the Ghost Hunters. You can also get your hands on scripts signed by the cast of Stargate Universe or Warehouse 13. Or how about the purple dress worn by Alessandra Torresani on Caprica? These and many other items are now up for grabs to the highest bidder.
Continue reading SyFy’s Auction: Finding your own ‘Hollywood Treasure’
To the sounds of Talking Heads, Joel [Kelly Blatz] endures the final leg of his journey to independence – college, that is – in the family station wagon as his dad [Brad Garrett] attempts to impart some fractured wisdom; Eli [Matt Bush] practices his dance moves – in his underwear – to an embarrassing finale; Brian [Hartley Sawyer] suffers through a weird pep talk from the baseball team’s manager, and preppie Jason [Drew Seeley] shows his finessed single room to his ‘single’ room. It’s 1986 and these four freshmen are about to enter their Glory Daze [TBS, Tuesdays, 10/9C].
Continue reading Glory Daze Captures The College Freshman Experience – The 1986 Experience, That Is!
Well, now we know what’s happening at NBC for the rest of the 2010-11 regular season. The network has released its mid-season schedule – which includes two new dramas [The Cape, Harry’s Law], one new sitcom [Perfect Couples] and one unscripted/alternative series [America’s Next Great Restaurant]. As well, four current series will be moving to new timeslots.
Details follow the jump.
Continue reading NBC Announces Mid-Season Schedule: Four New Series Premiere, Four Series Move!
GLEE, the pop-culture phenomenon that is an equal mix of broadway musical, comedy, and high school drama, is offering fans with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet cast members while carrying out some feel-good community service. Ten lucky winners, plus one guest each, will win a trip to Los Angeles to participate in a charity event along with some of their favorite Glee cast members during the week of December 6. Scheduled to appear are: Matthew Morrison [‘Will Schuester’], Mark Salling [‘Noah ‘Puck’ Puckerman’], Dianna Agron [‘Quinn Fabray’], Kevin McHale [‘Artie Abrams’], Harry Shum Jr. [‘Mike Chang’], and Dot-Marie Jones [‘Coach Beiste’]. Contest details after the jump. But HURRY! This Sweepstakes will end NOV. 16.
Continue reading GLEE Contest — Meet the Cast While Helping Youth!