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Spy Daddy, Penny Join 50 Cent’s Power!

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Victor Garber, everybody’s favorite spy daddy on Alias, has signed to play renowned club owner/events guru Simon Stern on the original Starz drama Power. Sonya Walger, best known for playing Penny on Lost, will play Stern’s beautiful, pampered wife, Madeline.

The series, from Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson, is a crime drama set in the very different worlds of glamorous New York club scene and the brutal drug trade. Power is set to premiere this summer on Starz. Check out the press release after the jump.

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Victor Garber Almost Saves You Again!

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Marni Olive Olsen [the middle name is critically important] takes a few days off from the prestigious PR firm where she’s just been made a VP in order to attend her brother’s wedding. When she gets home, she discovers his fiancée is the head cheerleader who made her life a living hell in high school. Hilarity was intended to ensue.

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Stargate Universe Adds Guest Stars Victor Garber, David Hewlett, Robert Picardo, Kathleen Quinlan and French Stewart!

JUSTICE: Victor Garber as Ron Trott in JUSTICE premiering Wednesday, August 30 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. 
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As Stargate Universe approaches its September 28th premiere date, Syfy announces the addition of Victor Garber, David Hewlett, Robert Picardo, Kathleen Quinlan and French Stewart to its roster of guest stars. The five join Robert Knepper and Julie McNiven, both of whom have multiple episode arcs as members of the Lucian Alliance that attempted to wrest control away from Col. Everett [Louis Ferreira] in the first season finale.

Details from the press release follow the jump.

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DVD REVIEW: Eli Stone Soars in Season Two But It’s Too Late – Thank Whomever for DVDs!

One of the most unfortunate side effects of the Great Writer’s Strike of 2008 is that a number of really good TV shows were unable to recapture their momentum after it ended – Shows like Dirty Sexy Money and Eli Stone. In the case of Eli Stone, this particularly sad because it was something that people clamoured for – an original, intelligent, and even thoughtful series.

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In screening the second season DVD release, it’s easy to see that Eli Stone – both the series and the character – were evolving. Unlike season one, for example, Eli’s [Jonny Lee Miller] visions – once he got his mojo [that’s spelled “aneurism”] back, they were no longer based on the music of George Michael. There were a couple of Beatles’ tunes that made it into the mix – the best one being Loretta Devine’s show-stopping rendition of Help, in the episode of the same name, in which Devine’s office manager, Patty, needs help for her medical student daughter [Taraji Henson].

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