Thursday, December 16, 2010

Kyra Sedgwick - The Closer: Video - "Living Proof: Part One" Sneak Peek

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The Closer - Sneak Peek - Living Proof: Part One

Get a sneak peek of "Living Proof: Part One", the next, all-new episode of The Closer, premiering Monday, December 20 at 9/8c.

Guest stars include Michael Aronov, Jonathan Del Arco, Margaret Easley, Patrick Faucette and Aaron Refvem.

Sanctuary | Stargate - Syfy SciFi Friday Dec 17 '10

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Click here for information on the Sanctuary season three
marathon on Syfy from 8:30am through 5:30pm.

SANCTUARY | STARGATE - Syfy Friday December 17, 2010


10:00 PM Sanctuary Hollow Men - Mid-season finale

The team goes to Tibet in search of the hidden city, which is rigged with deadly security measures; back at the Sanctuary, Adam admonishes Tesla and Druitt for letting Magnus go to the city without him.

Polly Walker, Ian Tracey and Jonathon Young guest star.

11:00 PM Stargate SG-1 Inauguration [season seven]

Sen. Kinsey (Ronny Cox), SG-1's venial political nemesis, uses his promotion to the vice presidency to petition the Chief Executive for control of the Stargate program.

Guest stars include William Devane, Robert Picardo, James McDaniel, Ronny Cox and Jerry Wasserman.

12:00 AM Sanctuary Hollow Men

01:00 AM Stargate Atlantis Inquisition [season five]

Sheppard's team is seized and detained by an interplanetary council that wants to try them for crimes against the people of the Pegasus Galaxy, prompting Woolsey to intervene.

Guest stars include Kavan Smith, Alan Blumenfeld, David Lovgren, Tobias Slezak and Kaaren De Zilva.

02:00 AM Stargate SG-1 Babylon [season nine]

A wounded Mitchell disappears after SG-1's run-in with the Sodon, a mystic band of Jaffa warriors, and is later nursed back to health so he can engage in a fight to the death.

Guest stars include Jason George, Jarvis George, William B. Davis, Tony Todd, Lexa Doig, Darcy Laurie and Bryan Elliot.

Eureka - Neil Grayston Audio Interview

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Neil Grayston Audio Interview

Actor Neil Grayston is best known for his role as Douglas Fargo on SyFy channel’s popular show Eureka. Neil took a few minutes from his busy schedule to hang out (and geek out) with me. We talk about Eureka, of course, and run down some rabbit trails.


Stargate Universe - Video Featurette: "Very Separate"

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Stargate Universe Video Featurette - "Very Separate"

Alaina Huffman discusses the differences between her own pregnancy and TJ's pregnancy.

The Vampire Diaries - Video: Ian Somerhalder Interview

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Exclusive: VAMPIRE DIARIES Ian Somerhalder Ponders Brotherly Bond

Emily Deschanel - Bones - SciFi and TV Talk: Interview

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Bones' Emily Deschanel

by Steve Eramo


Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz

IN the Bones episode The Doctor in the Photo(which aired last week on Fox), Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) gets a glimpse into her own life when the body of a brilliant and career-driven surgeon is found in a rough neighborhood with multiple fractures in her skull and no indication as to how or why she was there. While the team investigates the case objectively, Brennan struggles to separate her own life from the victim’s as she perceives many parallels between them the more she learns about the victim’s past. Meanwhile, evidence found at the crime scene brings the team closer to solving the case, but it’s Brennan’s unique perspective that propels her to retrace the final events of the victim’s life. With the reassurance of a new friend and Jeffersonian security guard, Micah Leggat (guest star Enrico Colantoni), Brennan makes a discovery about herself and learns a lesson about taking chances.

A few days prior to the airing of this episode, Bones leading lady Emily Deschanel spoke with myself as well as other journalists about this episode and the series in general. Rather than removing a number of spoiler-related paragraphs from our conversation, I decided to wait until after the episode aired to run this piece. I hope you enjoy the following edited version of the Q & A we did with Emily.

... In this episode, you do a fantastic scene with David Boreanaz (Special Agent Seeley Booth) in the car when you’re talking to him. It’s a really somber moment. Can you tell us a little bit about what it was like filming that emotionally charged scene? It actually had me crying, too.

ED - I shouldn’t say, “That’s nice. I’m glad you cried,” but I guess we always want to affect people emotionally. It was one of those scenes that you know is coming up and you prepare for it acting-wise. It’s also one of those scenes that [in the script] says you’re supposed to cry and you’re like, “It’s okay, though, if I don’t cry. I don’t have to cry,” but then everyone is expecting you to cry. So there’s a lot of pressure in that way.

As an actor you kind of dread those types of scenes in a way, because you’d rather it [the crying] not be written in and, instead, just see whether or not your emotions go to that place. At the same time, it’s good to have those markers as an actor in order to know where your breaking points are for the character, and where in the story is the low point. Basically in this scene, Brennan has to face her own life because this woman has died and she didn’t have much of a personal life. The only people who listed her as missing are the people she worked with. She didn’t have any friends. She had some kind of romance with a guy, but nothing ever came of that. No one really missed her. Isn’t that almost every human’s worst fears, dying and no one misses you or notices. So this affects Brennan greatly. She starts relating to the character, believing that it’s her. She starts seeing her own life and seeing that she made a mistake when she said no to Booth last year. She goes out on a limb and says to Booth, “I’m here.”

This whole experience forces Brennan into a place where she is bold and kind of aware of her feelings in a way that she hasn’t been before, which is very strange for her. [Executive producer] Hart Hansen, the creator of the show, and I have always talked about how Brennan may have these feelings for Booth, but in a way she’s the last person to realize that. It takes a very odd experience for her to face her feelings and to see them.

Sanctuary - Toronto Sun: Robin Dunne Interview

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Canadian sci-fi series lightens up

by Bill Harris
December 16, 2010


Robin Dunne and Amanda Tapping

As Dr. Will Zimmerman in Sanctuary, Robin Dunne's hair is always perfect. One of the other characters even made a crack about it in the episode that aired last week.

So, Robin, what's with that mussed-up-but-not-too-mussed-up hairstyle? Do all brilliant scientists have that, or is it some special gel that this particular brilliant scientist invented?

"It's hours and hours in the (makeup) chair every morning," Dunne said. "I haven't slept in six months."

Of course, as far as the creators of Sanctuary are concerned, Will's hair could be a means to an end, too.

"I have an unconfirmed theory that they're doing Will's hair like that because they want to bring Christopher Walken in as Will's dad," said Dunne, who then launched into a pretty good Walken impression. "You can see that in Season 4, right?"

Kavan Smith - Video - Red: Werewolf Hunter Repeats on Syfy Sat Dec 18 7pm

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Red: Werewolf Hunter

Watch a clip for the Syfy Original Movie "Red: Werewolf Hunter." Starring Felicia Day, Stephen McHattie, Greg Bryk and Stargate Atlantis' Kavan Smith. Repeats Saturday, December 18 at 7pm.

Stargate Universe - CANCELLED

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Syfy Cancels 'Stargate Universe'

Thursday December 16, 2010

After weeks of speculation, Syfy just announced that it won't renew Stargate Universe for a third season, putting an end (for now) to the long-running Stargate franchise on the network. The upcoming 10 episodes of Stargate Universe's second season, which will air in the Spring, will be the series' last...

Additional from Craig Engler at Syfy (via Twitter):

Announcement today: Syfy will end its original action-adventure series Stargate Universe when the show returns with the final 10 episodes of its second season in the Spring of 2011. The Stargate franchise -- consisting of Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe -- has aired on Syfy since 2002. Syfy has a slate of new scripted projects lined up for 2011 including the series premiere of Being Human on January 17, the recently green lit one-hour drama series Alphas and the much anticipated Battlestar prequel pilot movie, Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome. Warehouse 13, Eureka & Haven will also return w/new seasons next year.

Update December 17: links to various articles on the cancellation of Stargate Universe.

Ace Showbiz - Canceled: 'Stargate Universe'
C21 Media - Syfy cancels Stargate Uni
Crave Online - Syfy Cancels 'Stargate Universe'
Den of Geek - Stargate Universe cancelled
Digital Spy - Syfy axes 'Stargate Universe'
Entertainment Weekly - Stargate Universe Cancelled
GateWorld - Universe actors learned of cancellation via Twitter
Globe and Mail - Stargate Franchise Cancelled
Movie Hole - Stargate Universe has been axed
Obsessed With Film - Syfy flush STARGATE UNIVERSE down the wormhole
The Province - End of the Universe
Screen Rant - SyFy Cancels ‘Stargate Universe’
Show Patrol - Syfy drops 'Stargate Universe' after 2 seasons - Syfy Closes Stargate Universe
Variety - Syfy cancels 'Stargate Universe'

Joe Flanigan - Video: "Meet the Stars of Change of Plans"

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Joe Flanigan: Meet the Stars of Change of Plans

Meet Joe Flanigan from the cast of Change Of Plans, airing Saturday, January 8th on FOX, 8/7c

Joe Flanigan - Video: "Change of Plans" Movie Trailer

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Change Of Plans official trailer

Check out the trailer for Change of Plans, the next Family Movie Night presentation airing on Saturday, January 8 on FOX at 8/7c starring Brooke White, Joe Flanigan, and Phylicia Rashad.

Eureka | Warehouse 13 - Syfy Video: Colin & Allison - Dashing Through Syfy : Holiday Interviews

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Colin & Allison - Dashing Through Syfy : Holiday Interviews

Colin Ferguson and Allison Scagliotti talk about filming their special holiday episodes.

Eureka's Dec 21 "O Little Town" repeats next on Syfy on December 22 at 1am; December 23 at 8am and December 24 at 6pm.

Warehouse 13's "Secret Santa" repeats next on Syfy on December 21 at 1am and 8am; December 24 at 4:30am and 7pm.

Leverage - Video: "The Big Bang Job" Sneak Peek

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Leverage - The Big Bang Job, Sneak Peek

Get a sneak peek of "The Big Bang Job" the first episode of Sunday's two-part season finale of Leverage, beginning at 9/8c.

Fringe - Video: Observer Sighting (Entrada)

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FRINGE - Observer Sighting (Entrada)

All-new episodes of FRINGE return FRI 1/21 at 9/8c!

Psych - Video: "Yang 3 in 2D" 12/22 SEASON FINALE Promo

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Psych on USA Network - "Yang 3 in 2D" 12/22 SEASON FINALE Promo

The season finale of Psych airs Wednesday, December 22nd at a 10/9c on USA Network, guest starring Mena Suvari, Ally Sheedy and Cybill Shephard! The Yin/Yang trilogy comes to a thrilling close as Shawn and Gus race to save a woman kidnapped by Yin. Only this time, they are forced to use Yang's knowledge of Yin to solve the case by allowing her to accompany them on the investigation.

Fairly Legal | Royal Pains - Video: "USA's New Hit Duo"

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Royal Pains and Fairly Legal - Hank and Kate: Back-to-Back

Watch Royal Pains and the series premiere of USA Network's newest series Fairly Legal back-to-back starting Thursday January 20th at 9/8C!

USA's Fairly Legal Official Site

Hawaii 50 - Video: "Control Issues"

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Hawaii Five-0 - Control Issues

Catch TV's #1 New Show, Mondays on CBS!

Human Target - TV Guide: Cheers & Jeers: Human Target: Don't Miss It!

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Cheers & Jeers: Human Target: Don't Miss It!

Dec 16, 2010
by Bruce Fretts

Cheers to Human Target for hitting the proverbial bull's-eye.

Fox's sophomore sleeper may seem like a mindless action show on the surface, but dig a little deeper and you'll find one of network TV's best-written, produced and acted dramas. The ensemble, led by the impossibly charming Mark Valley as bodyguard Christopher Chance, has...