Friday, April 10, 2009

Save "The Game"

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Melrose Place 2.0 News !

This week bring us more exciting news on the upcoming Melrose Place, as we have 2 former regular cast members returning to the series:

Laura Leighton is returning to her role as "Sydney", the bad redhead who supposedly died in a car accident at the end of season 5. She will be the new landlord of the apartment complex.

I'm curious to see how the writers will make her come back from this carnage:

"Dr Michael Mancini" played by Thomas Calabro is back on TV !
The last time I saw him, it was on "Greek" as Rebecca logan's dad.

Melrose Place 2.0 (is it the official name ?) is more promising then ever with theses additions to the cast. Now can we please bring back Courtney Thorne-Smith (Allison) and Andrew Shue (Billy) to give more reasons to the fan to watch the show ? Or even better, wouldn't it be nice to just forget all the new actors, bring back everyone from the old show and take things where we left off ?

And one more thing (to the folks at CW and CBS): Now that the casting is almost closing and things are already official, don't you think that starting the promotion for the new show will be a good idea ?

"Fringe" is back tonight !

Preview of the new episode of "Fringe",
Season 1 episode 15 entitled "Inner Child"
Airs tonight at 9:00 pm on FOX

Also the fans of the show have been witnessing "The observer" appearances everywhere these days:

The Observer spotted at a football game

The observer cameo during an episode.

All of his appearances on the show.

The observer storyline from Fringe is quickly becoming one of the most successfull viral marketing campaign these days.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Next on TTSCC

Preview of season 2 final episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, "Born to run" Airing on Friday April 10, 2009, on FOX.
Synopsis:The Connor's and Weaver face an epic battle that will change everyone's fortunes.

That season 2 finale might also be the last episode of the show, as "TTSCC" is in danger of cancellation. I'm so disappointed that I am not even going to get into the details. Is The Sarah Connor Chronicles Cancelled?

Derek's death forshadowed at Comic-Con

At Comic-Con 2008, John Wirth (Producer of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) hinted that a regular cast member would die this season. We now know whom he was talking about: Derek. Did he really have to be killed off ? And if so, couldn't the writers make his death more spectacular ? I've always imagined his death to be more...let's say painful, with lots of blood after a fight to the death with a mean and merciless T-888. Not that I spend my evenings wandering around in my living room, thinking about a fictional character's demise or anything, but you get my point: Derek Reese deserved a greater termination.