Monday, February 14, 2011

CSI - CBS Video: "Targets of Obsession" Sneak Peek Airs Feb 17 '11

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CSI: CBS VIDEO - "Targets of Obsession" Sneak Peek Airs Thursday, February 18, 2011 at 9/8C

Ray testifies against serial killer Nate Haskell. Meanwhile, Nick receives a call from troubled teen Jason McCann (Justin Bieber) to warn him of impending danger.

Guest stars include Larry Poindexter, Megan Gallagher, Kate Blumberg, Justin Bieber, Alex Carter, Amanda Wyss, Bill Irwin, Jude Ciccolella and Robert Pine.

Merlin - Syfy Video: "The Changeling" Episode Trailer Airs Feb 18 '11

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SYFY: The Changeling - Next Episode - Merlin - Airs Friday, February 18, 2011 at 10/9C

Arthur is pressured to marry a visiting princess (Georgia King). Merlin has his doubts about her, however, and his suspicions may be proved right when he discovers that her nanny is a pixie.

Guest stars include Michael Jenn, Georgia King, Simon Williams, Miriam Margolyes and Michael Cronin.

Bruce Boxleitner - Syfy Video: "Area 51" Movie Trailer Airs Feb 26 '11

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Area 51 - Syfy Original Movie : Movie Premiere

Chronicles what happens after political pressure from the American public forces the Air Force to provide a few well-known reporters with limited access to the most secretive base on the planet: Area 51. When one of the base's hidden 'long term visitors' exploits this unprecedented visit as a chance to liberate himself and his fellow alien captives, Area 51 turns from a secure government base to a horrifying destination of terror.

Cast includes Jason London, Rachel Miner, Vanessa Branch, John Shea, Jillian Batherson and Babylon 5's Bruce Boxleitner.

Syfy Original Movie 'Area 51' premieres Saturday February 26 at 9/8c.

Fringe - TV Drama Watch: J.H. Wyman and Jeff Pinkner Interview

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TV DRAMA WATCH: Fringe: Interview with Exec Producers J.H. Wyman and Jeff Pinkner

by Lynn DeVries on February 14, 2011

Once again, the executive producers for FOX’s hit series Fringe sat down to answer some questions about this week’s new episode of the show. Exec Producers J.H. Wyman and Jeff Pinkner are very friendly to talk to and at times seem to even finish each other’s sentences. But they tackled many questions with good humor and without giving too much away. Be sure to watch this week’s episode of Fringe when it airs on Friday at 9/8c on FOX. Here’s how the conversation went:

... Q: Obviously, it seems like two of the main characters, Peter and Olivia are sort of unraveling at this point in time, Peter more so than Olivia. Are they going to sort of get worse before they get better or what can you tell us about that?

Jeff Pinker: They will get worse and better. I don’t think the value won’t be good or bad. It’s going to be more complicated than that. Since Olivia returned and their relationship sort of shattered and they’ve been trying to pick up the pieces, they’ve been getting closer and they will continue to, but the problems that they’re dealing with are going to continue to complicate.

So it won’t be as simple as, “Hey, now we’ve put our relationship troubles to bed and we can be a couple again,” or, “Hey, now we’ve dealt with the problems of our universe and our relationship is taking a back seat.” The two are going to be—we’re throwing a whole bunch of things at them including the consequences of the episode that you haven’t yet seen that we’re talking about now.

J.H. Wyman: We’re always trying to get deeper, more complex emotions because we find that’s a really rich area for us to investigate in. There are so many facets to a real relationship, and these are incredible circumstances that they’re going through, but we try and make it as deep as we can. So you’ll see a whole bunch of shifting still to come in the entire rest of the season...

Being Human 3 (UK) - Radio Times: Lenora Crichlow Interview

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RADIO TIMES (UK): Being Human's Lenora Crichlow - Annie the ghost

Interview by Claire Webb

... Q: What can we look forward to in series three?

LC: "I think it will look and feel very different. Success has given us the confidence to take the characters and the show to more daring places. You see the repercussions and pay-off of the dreadful places the characters went to in the last series - especially poor Annie, who was ripped from this world and begins this series in purgatory..."

Being Human (UK) season three premieres in the US on BBC America on Saturday, February 19, 2011 at 9/8C.


Bones - FOX Video Featurette - Behind the Scenes "The Daredevil in the Mold" - BMX Break

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BONES: FOX VIDEO FEATURETTE: Behind the Scenes "The Daredevil in the Mold" - BMX Break

Danny Downey, Ben Snowden, Sean Logan, Laurence Werrell, Jacob O'Malley, Kris Fox, Launchin' Lance, Luke Parslow, Cory Coffey and Matt Cordova discuss the BMX bike sequence in "The Daredevil in the Mold."

Catch BONES on THU at 9/8c!

Being Human (Syfy) - TV Guide: Ask Matt Feb 14 '11

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Being Human

TV GUIDE: Ask Matt: Relationships on Bones, Fringe, Office, Glee

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... Question: As a fan of the U.K. version of Being Human, which is coming back for a third season Saturday night, I was skeptical about the SyFy version. I've watched it for four episodes and 0have decided it is pretty good. I only knew one of the lead actors, Sam Huntington, from other things, but it seems Sam Witwer may be familiar to many SyFy viewers and so was a smart casting choice as vampire Aidan. SyFy has sprinkled episodes of Being Human all over their schedule, including bumping my SyFy favorite Merlin on Friday to 10 one week so I wonder how it is doing ratings-wise. I also wonder what you think of BBC America bringing back its version so soon after the launch of the American version. I don't know if I want to watch two versions of the same show at the same time. Is BBCA trying to strangle the baby, or are they hoping for a boost for their show with the attention given to the SyFy version? — Frank

Matt Roush: From what I can tell, Syfy is pleased with the performance of its version of Being Human, but I'm afraid "pretty good" isn't doing it for me. I'm too attached to the original, and hope to post a review later this week of the first episodes of the new season. Watching Syfy's version seems both redundant and unsatisfying (with the exception of Witwer's broodiness, the actors' broad rhythms make me feel I'm watching a strained, shrill sitcom). I was rather surprised when BBC America announced it would be overlapping the current Syfy run with its new episodes. But BBCA has been attempting to air its originals closer in sync with the British broadcasts, so that could explain it. And it doesn't hurt that the show is more visible now to the American audience, so I'm going with the "boost" strategy rather than the colorful "strangle" metaphor.

Stargate Atlantis - The SciFi Guys: Torri Higginson Audio Interview Wed Feb 16

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Following the live broadcasts at the SFBALL over the weekend, The Sci Fi Guys return this Wednesday with SFBALL 17 ) AFTERMATH featuring special guest Torri Higginson (Stargate Atlantis) and David Bedella (The Rocky Horror Show).


This special show will feature the guys reviewing their weekend at one of the UKs last fan run conventions and will feature Sci FI Guy and convention virgin, Michael McDonalds’ final thoughts and summations about attending his first convention.

The guys will also be presenting the first set of their interviews from the weekend featuring Rocky Horror show alumni David Bedella and Stargate Atlantis/NCIS actress Torri Higginson.

“The interview with David marks a first for the Sci Fi Guys,” comments Sci Fi Guys producer Stuart Claw, “As it is the first time the whole team have done an interview as a collective and the result is a fun and fascinating interview that you will not want to miss.”

The second interview with the aforementioned Torri Higginson features Stuart talking to the Stargate Atlantis actress about why she decided against returning to Atlantis and also why she thinks that something she did stopped her return to NCIS.

The guys will also bring you all the latest weeks’ happenings in the world of Sci Fi, Cult TV, Movies, Video Games, Anime and more. The anarchy begins at the usual time of 8pm (For those in the UK) on Wednesday 16th February live from and listeners can also interact with the team during the show using twitter ( or they can join the forums and use all the new features which include a chat function, at or they can email the show via the following address

Fringe - TV Guide: Ask Matt Feb 14 '11

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TV GUIDE: Ask Matt: Relationships on Bones, Fringe, Office, Glee

Feb 14, 2011
by Matt Roush

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... Question: I love Fringe because it is great escapism, it is the only show to come close to filling the void The X-Files left and because John Noble is delightfully enjoyable to watch as Walter Bishop. However, the Fringe science on the show is more believable then Peter having more than platonic feeling for blond Olivia. Do you think the two have genuine sexual chemistry? A whole dimension's survival hinges on which Olivia Peter will choose. I thought John Scott was Olivia's true love. Human Target aside, why do you think it has never been brought up that there is another John Scott on the other side? How much longer do you think the show will continue with the two dimensions? Why are the producers making the show about a love triangle? It seems like it will shorten the life of the show. I hate "bug" episodes of any show, so it is a testament to how good Fringe is that I am still looking forward to the next episode. Love your insight regarding the shows. — Susan

Matt Roush: I'm loving where they've taken Fringe this season, and if the serial aspects work against it being a bigger hit, well, that ship has pretty much sailed. The dual universe story seems built into Fringe's DNA, so while I haven't a clue about what game-changing note they're planning to end with this season, I don't imagine it will ever go away entirely. And I'm not sure about sexual chemistry, but Peter and Olivia certainly have an emotional bond that I find credible — especially in these last few episodes. Her pain when Peter brought her coffee the way Faux-livia likes it? Ouch. And I totally bought Peter hooking up with the more sexually aggressive (and purposefully seductive) Faux-livia in the first part of the season, because as he told Our Olivia, he felt at the time as if he was turning her into someone new. It's the most twisted love triangle imaginable, and that's perfect for a show like this. Regarding John Scott: Besides the obvious reasons — the actor was otherwise engaged, and maybe it would be just a little tricky to bring the guy back after his real-life relationship with the show's star ended — I figure the two words aren't exact parallels of each other. Where's the real world version of Faux-livia's beau Frank or newly minted team leader Lincoln? But I hear you on the "bug"-show thing. I could barely watch some of those scenes. In a good way.

Being Human - The TV Chick: Exclusive Interview with Meaghan Rath

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Being Human

THE TV CHICK: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Meaghan Rath (Sally) from SyFy’s Being Human

February 14th, 2011 by thetvchick

A vampire, a werewolf and a ghost all live in the same house together. No, seriously, that’ the premise of SyFy’s Being Human 2011, which is based on the BBC series of the same name. I was immediately intrigued by the premise and hoping for something I could latch on to. I did not watch the original, so I can’t speak to whether this series is better/worse/the same, but I can say that I have really been enjoying it a ton. Being Human is about more than just the supernatural (although that’s an added bonus), it’s about three people, trying to find their way in the world and counting on each other to help with that process. The ghost, Sally, starts out stuck in the house when Aiden (the vampire) and Sam (the werewolf) move in. Sally was engaged and died suddenly by falling down the stairs of the very same house. She is navigating the world of ghost-dom, all while trying to figure out what happens next. I recently had the chance to chat with Meaghan Rath, who plays Sally, about how she’s able to relate to her ghost alter-ego, an upcoming flashback, and why she thinks you should tune into the show...


... Do you have a favorite moment from filming the show so far?

MR: "My favorite moment probably of the entire series [so far] is in episode 2 when I’m flying down the stairs. That was something so special to shoot because we actually shot that on the 2nd day of shooting and it was a big process to shoot that because I had to get a full body cast made. What it was is that I was lying in this cast of my body, and there’s this metal spike sticking out of my stomach, and five huge men tipped me over and pretty much put me on this giant pole in the middle of this completely green studio. And the camera was on a crane, and they had the wind machine going and they had the playback going. And it was really this beautiful moment for the entire crew as well. Jeremy Carver was there who’s one of our writers and show-runners and he was saying Anna [Frick] who is our other writer, they wrote this and part of them felt like it was going to be cut from the script, because it is a fantasy sequence, it is really extravagant for just one little piece. And so they were just amazed that they kept it in and it actually turned out so beautifully. And I think it was a special moment for everybody, and I was really moved by the whole thing. I really felt like I was in it, and I felt like I was thinking about Sally so much. I care about her so much. I care about her journey. So it was sort of like a cathartic experience. It was really nice..."

Bones - TV Guide: Ask Matt Feb 14 '11

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TV GUIDE: Ask Matt: Relationships on Bones, Fringe, Office, Glee

Feb 14, 2011
by Matt Roush

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... Question: After watching the last 10 minutes of last week's Bones play out, I was left disappointed and heavy by what happened (which was a big bummer after watching the wonderful Friday Night Lights finale beforehand). Booth clearly should not have been so presumptuous in proposing, when clearly (at least in my humble opinion) he was doing it to prove to himself that he has moved on and can have a successful, lasting relationship. I understand how he could say the things he said at the bar to Brennan. He was upset. I guess what bothers me most is that this episode highlighted just how off and not fun the relationship between Booth and Brennan has been this season, which has made the show much less enjoyable to watch. It makes me even more mad to read comments by the writers who act like they haven't made a misstep. What do you think about the whole situation? Do you think the tone of the show and the central relationship can be fixed? After reading all the heated comments on the community boards (which I know you advise against), it would be nice to hear a levelheaded assessment. — Amy

Matt Roush: Well, maybe it isn't the best idea to use Bones as a Friday Night Lights chaser. Honestly, I'm not sure what the show's writers could do to please the unruly constituents. They break up Booth and the opposite-of-loved Hannah, and you'd think there'd at least be a cheer for that. They give Booth and Bones a climactic scene of emotional reconciliation at the bar, which incidentally is one of David Boreanaz' most affecting scenes in a long while. It's called drama, folks. That said, I don't think anyone is blind to the fact that fans were more irritated than pleased about the Hannah obstacle, but now that they've fixed it and reset the Booth-Bones partnership with some new shadings of awareness of just what they mean to each other, I'm thinking maybe we can just sit back and enjoy the show again for a while. I don't think the show or certainly the central relationship is irreparably broken, and the numbers (thankfully abetted by the American Idol lead-in) seem to bear that out.

Supernatural: CW Video - "Mannequin 3" Sneak Peek Airs Feb 18 '11

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SUPERNATURAL: CW VIDEO - "Mannequin 3" Sneak Peek Airs Friday, February 18, 2011 at 9/8C

Dean and Sam investigate a crime scene that's creepier than a bunch of killer dolls. Don't miss Supernatural this Friday at 9/8c.

Episode Synopsis: Dean rushes home to rescue Lisa from imminent danger, while Sam investigates the murders of several men who may have been involved in playing a cruel practical joke on a female coworker. If ghosts can possess humans then why not mannequins?

Guest stars include Cindy Sampson, Nicholas Elia and Nicholas Carella.

CSI: TV Guide - Matt's Picks: February 17

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CSI: TV GUIDE - Matt's Picks: February 14-17

Feb 14, 2011
by Matt Roush

... CSI

(Thursday, 9/8c, CBS)

It might be easier to find a show where teen pop idol Justin Bieber hasn't turned up lately. He makes his second appearance on the crime drama as a troubled teen whose brother was shot by Nick Stokes in the season premiere. He calls Nick to tell him that his life is in danger. Also back to creep everyone out: the psycho "Dick & Jane" serial killer Nate Haskell (Bill Irwin), who stabbed Langston in last season's cliffhanger finale. Now it's payback time, as Langston testifies against the fiend.

Being Human - SciFi and TV Talk: Meaghan Rath Interview

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Being Human

SCIFI AND TV TALK: Being Human's Meaghan Rath - Let The Spirit Move You

by Steve Eramo

Sometimes we all feel lonely or disconnected from the world, and perhaps no one knows that better than Being Human’s Sally Malik. Not too long ago she and her fiancé Danny were planning a future together in their new home. Then, however, Sally was tragically killed by a fall down the stairs, but rather than “moving on,” her ghost remained trapped within the four walls that once held such happiness and potential. Invisible to others and unable to communicate with them, Sally’s only respite from such solitude was the occasional visit from Danny and prospective renters. She had no idea, though, that her afterlife was about to change in a big way, and actress Meaghan Rath, who plays Sally, could not wait to take that journey with her otherworldly TV self.


“I just loved Sally so much from the first time I read the script,” says Rath. “I feel like a lot of women, especially those in their 20’s, can identify with someone like her. I mean, we’re dealing with someone who was vibrant and passionate and knew what she wanted out of life, where she was going and the kind of things that she wanted to do. Here’s a woman who was confident and secure with herself and who then falls in love and loses herself in another person. However, when she dies, all that is stripped away from her, but she still has those same needs and longings.

“So I think it’s really relatable to a lot of people, and heartbreaking, too, which is what I initially connected with, and it’s been amazing to play someone like Sally. It’s one of the greatest acting challenges I’ve ever had because she’s such a well-rounded character. She goes from moments of really heightened excitement to these rock bottom lows, and as an actor that’s extremely exciting to play because it’s a real person. That spectrum of emotions is something that people go through all the time, and it’s nice to see that onscreen as well as in the scripts because you’re getting to play an actual human being and not someone who is one dimensional. I couldn’t have asked for anything more...”

Outcasts - BBC1 Video: Episode 4 Sneak Peek

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OUTCASTS - BBC1 VIDEO: Episode 4 Sneak Peek

Jack discovers a rogue AC close to the Forthaven perimeter.

BBC's new series, "Outcasts," premiered on Monday, February 7 at 21:00 on BBCOne, and will also air in the US on BBC America [premiere date pending].

TV Talk Show Appearances Week of February 14, 2011

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Nathan Fillion guests on Late Show with David Letterman on Thursday, February 17, 2011 on CBS.

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Tom Selleck guests on The View on Thursday, February 17, 2011 on ABC.


Mark Harmon guests on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday, February 18, 2011 on NBC.

Star Trek - TV Schedule Week Feb 14 '11

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(Please confirm the time slots with your local listings. Schedule does not reflect HD scheduling.)



Cast includes Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden and Wil Wheaton.


Tue. Feb. 15 8:00 PM Unification - Part 1
Tue. Feb. 15 11:00 PM Unification - Part 1

Disguised as Romulans, Picard and Data travel to Romulus to investigate the unauthorized mission of the Federation's most famous ambassador---Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy).

Guest stars include Leonard Nimoy, Joanna Miles, Stephen Root, Malachi Throne, Erick Avari and Mark Lenard.

Wed. Feb. 16 8:00 PM Unification - Part 2
Wed. Feb. 16 11:00 PM Unification - Part 2

After locating Spock (Leonard Nimoy) and discovering his plans for unifying the Romulans and the Vulcans, Picard and Data uncover a covert Romulan plot that does not call for unification---but for invasion.

Guest stars include Leonard Nimoy, Stephen Root, Malachi Throne and Denise Crosby as Sela.

Thur. Feb. 17 8:00 PM A Matter of Time
Fri. Feb. 18 4:00 AM A Matter of Time

While on a mission to save a planet that was hit by a huge asteroid, the Enterprise encounters a man (Matt Frewer) who claims to be from the future.

Guest stars include Stefan Gierasch, Matt Frewer, Sheila Franklin and Shay Garner.

Fri. Feb. 18 8:00 PM New Ground
Fri. Feb. 18 11:00 PM New Ground

On an unexpected visit, Worf's son (Brian Bonsall) delivers some startling news---he intends to take up permanent residence on the Enterprise.

Guest stars include Georgia Brown, Brian Bonsall, Richard McGonagle and Jennifer Edwards.

Sun. Feb. 20 3:00 PM Sins of the Father

Worf meets the brother he didn't know he had, and together they go before the Klingon High Council to defend their late father's honor against treason charges.

Guest stars include Charles Cooper, Tony Todd, Patrick Massett and Thelma Lee.

Sun. Feb. 20 4:00 PM Allegiance

Picard is kidnapped by an alien force and replaced by a look-alike.

Guest stars include Stephen Markle, Reiner Schöne and Joycelyn O'Brien.


Tue. Feb. 15 7:00 PM Samaritan Snare

After Picard is taken to Starbase Scylla 515 for a heart operation, the Enterprise answers a call from a vessel crewed by Pakleds, who take Geordi hostage.

Guest stars include Diana Muldaur, Chris Latta, Leslie Morris, Daniel Benzali, Lycia Naff and Tzi Ma.


Tue. Feb. 15 1:00 AM Lonely Among Us

While escorting aliens to the planet Parliament, Picard and his crew are enveloped by a cloud that seizes control of their minds and alters their behavior.

Guest stars include John Durbin, Colm Meaney and Kavi Raz.

Wed. Feb. 16 1:00 AM Justice

Plans for a vacation on the paradisiacal Rubicam Three are disrupted when Wesley breaks a planet law; meanwhile, a hostile vessel objecting to human colonization confronts the Enterprise.

Guest stars include Brenda Bakke, Jay Louden, Josh Clark, David Q. Combs and Richard Lavin.

Thur. Feb. 17 1:00 AM The Battle

A former Starfleet vessel now belonging to the Ferengi leader Bok is returned to Picard---complete with a mind-altering apparatus.

Guest stars include Frank Corsentino, Douglas Warhit and Robert Towers.

Fri. Feb. 18 1:00 AM Hide and Q

The crew meets up with the enigmatic Q (John de Lancie), who forces them to participate in a deadly game that pits the players against fanged creatures.

Guest stars include John de Lancie, Elaine Nalee and William A. Wallace.

Sat. Feb. 19 1:00 AM Too Short a Season

The Enterprise transports Adm. Mark Jameson (Clayton Rohner), a renowned but ailing negotiator, to Mordan IV to mediate in a hostage crisis instigated by that planet's governor (Michael Pataki).

Guest stars include Clayton Rohner, Marsha Hunt and Michael Pataki.


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Cast includes Scott Bakula, John Billingsley, Jolene Blalock, Dominic Keating, Anthony Montgomery, Linda Park and Connor Trinneer.

Tue. Feb. 15 6:00 PM SYFY Singularity

As the Enterprise nears a black hole, members of the crew are exposed to radiation, which causes them to become increasingly obsessed with mundane tasks. Trip, for example, can't stop tinkering with the captain's chair, while Phlox is fiercely determined to find the cause of Mayweather's headache.

Guest stars include Matt Kaminsky.

Wed. Feb. 16 6:00 PM SYFY Vanishing Point

Hoshi is convinced her body's molecules are destabilizing after enduring a traumatic trip through the Enterprise transporter to escape a sudden storm on a primitive planet.

Guest stars include Keone Young, Gary Riotto, Ric Sarabia, Morgan H. Margolis and Carly Thomas.

Thur. Feb. 17 6:00 PM SYFY Precious Cargo

Trip discovers a kidnapped Krios royal aboard an alien freighter, but her haughty behavior interferes with Trip's rescue efforts when the pair must share a cramped pod.

Guest stars include Padma Lakshmi, Scott Klace and Leland Crooke.

Rachel Luttrell - Music Video: "Only You"

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Rachel Luttrell - Only You

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From the debut album "I Wish You Love"

Music Credits:
Arranged by Strother/Garde/Kinkel
Piano Performance by Vanessa Garde
Produced, Mixed and Recorded by Gerrit Kinkel
Mastered by Mario G. Alberni

Additional credits:
Directed and Shot by Ray Huang
Camera Assistant Ben Yun
Edited by James Lo
Make-up by Tommy Cyr
Photography by Kevin McIntyre

Being Human 3 (UK) - BBC America Marathon Week Feb 14 '11 Video Season 3 Premiere

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To celebrate the Being Human (UK) season three premiere on February 19, 2011 at 9pm on BBC America, a Being Human marathon has been scheduled beginning February 14.

Cast includes Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow, Aidan Turner and Sinead Keenan.

Monday, February 14, 2011

2:00 PM Episode 1

A vampire, a werewolf and a ghost are young housemates united in trying to live normal lives despite struggling with their unusual afflictions.

3:00 PM Episode 2

Mitchell and Annie are suspicious of another werewolf who befriends George and begins to take him under his wing. Season 1 (60) Ep. 2

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

2:00 PM Episode 3

With the help of another ghost, Annie discovers she is stuck in limbo and resolves to uncover the mysteries surrounding her death.

3:00 PM Episode 4

Mitchell befriends a neighbor, but his attempt to embrace humanity puts his secret identity as a vampire in jeopardy. Annie develops a lust for revenge.


Russell Tovey as George

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

12:00 AM Episode 1
1:00 AM Episode 2
2:00 AM Episode 3

2:00 PM Episode 5

Mitchell uncovers the dark and disturbing truth about the vampires' plans to start a mass conversion. George wonders how much longer he can hide his secret from Nina.

3:00 PM Episode 6

The three friends face tough decisions and an epic battle for their humanities in the season finale.


Lenora Crichlow as Annie

Thursday, February 17, 2011

12:00 AM Episode 4
1:00 AM Episode 5
2:00 AM Episode 6

2:00 PM Season Two - Episode 1

Mitchell realizes that vampire society is about to implode following the death of Herrick at George's hands. Meanwhile George seems like a changed man - until Nina reveals a shocking secret.

3:00 PM Season Two - Episode 2

Annie thinks she has met the perfect man, a handsome human named Saul. But Saul is not what he seems. Meanwhile, Mitchell realizes that if he’s going to contain the vampires then he’s going to have to get his hands dirty.

4:00 PM Season Two - Episode 3

Mitchell becomes the reluctant leader of the vampires in an attempt to control their increasingly random killings. The only light at the end of the tunnel is his burgeoning relationship with Lucy, the feisty new doctor at work.

5:00 PM Season Two - Episode 4

George embraces humanity in a desperate attempt to contain the werewolf. He gets a new job, a new girlfriend, and even a cage to transform in. Meanwhile, Annie meets an enigmatic ghost who offers to help her keep Death at bay.


Aidan Turner as Mitchell

Friday, February 18, 2011

12:00 AM Season Two - Episode 1
1:00 AM Season Two - Episode 2
2:00 AM Season Two - Episode 3
3:00 AM Season Two - Episode 4

2:00 PM Season Two - Episode 5

We learn how Mitchell came to turn his back on killing in the past, and how he’s struggling to contain that same desire in the present. Meanwhile, George’s relationship with Sam continues and Annie’s left to look after a ghost baby.

3:00 PM Season Two - Episode 6

Annie gets a job working with a celebrity psychic and finds a new sense of purpose by helping ghosts resolve their issues. But things take a turn for the worse when Annie’s mom appears in the audience at one of the psychic's shows.

4:00 PM Season Two - Episode 7

Mitchell is out for revenge when he learns the truth about Lucy and the vampire massacre. Meanwhile, Nina returns, presenting George with the most difficult decision of his life. There are big decisions for Annie, too. Is it time for her to pass on?

5:00 PM Season Two - Episode 8

It’s the final showdown at Kemp and Jaggat’s facility. Mitchell tries desperately to save his friends, but as his heart blackens with rage, will George, Annie and Nina be able to save Mitchell from himself?


Saturday, February 19, 2011

12:00 AM Season Two - Episode 5
1:00 AM Season Two - Episode 6
2:00 AM Season Two - Episode 7
3:00 AM Season Two - Episode 8

6:00 AM Season One - Episode 1
7:00 AM Season One - Episode 2
8:00 AM Season One - Episode 3
9:00 AM Season One - Episode 4
10:00 AM Season One - Episode 5
11:00 AM Season One - Episode 6
12:00 PM Season Two - Episode 1
1:00 PM Season Two - Episode 2
2:00 PM Season Two - Episode 3
3:00 PM Season Two - Episode 4
4:00 PM Season Two - Episode 5
5:00 PM Season Two - Episode 6
6:00 PM Season Two - Episode 7
7:00 PM Season Two - Episode 8

9:00 PM Season Three - Episode 1

Mitchell must face his haunting past in order to save Annie from Purgatory. George has a run-in with the law just before a full moon.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

12:00 AM Season Three - Episode 1

3:00 AM Season Three - Episode 1

Stargate: TV Schedule Week February 14 '11

Stargate TV schedule for the week of February 14, 2011:

[NOTE: High Definition channels not listed on this schedule. Please confirm with your local listings for correct times.]


STARGATE The Original Movie (1994)

Cast includes Kurt Russell, James Spader, Alexis Cruz, Viveca Lindfors, Mili Avital, John Diehl, Leon Rippy, Djimon Hounsou, Erick Avari and French Stewart.

Wed. Feb. 16 4:10 AM HBOZ
Fri. Feb. 18 1:55 PM HBOZ


STARGATE SG-1 (please check local listings to confirm Showtime time slot)

Cast includes Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, Michael Shanks, Don S. Davis, Teryl Rothery, Corin Nemec, Ben Browder, Claudia Black and Beau Bridges.

Tue. Feb. 15 5:00 PM SYFY Foothold

The team returns from an assignment, only to find that fellow residents of the AGC seem to have changed drastically.

Guest stars include Tom McBeath, Colin Cunningham, Teryl Rothery, Alex Zahara and Dion Johnstone.

Wed. Feb. 16 5:00 PM SYFY Pretense

A trial is held to determine who lives or dies---Skaara or Klorel (Alexis Cruz).

Guest stars include Alexis Cruz, Frida Betrani, Marie Stillin, Garwin Sanford and Kevin Durand.

Thur. Feb. 17 5:00 PM SYFY Urgo

A strange creature invades the minds of the Stargate crew.

Guest stars include Dom DeLuise and Teryl Rothery. Directed by Peter DeLuise.

Fri. Feb. 18 5:00 PM SYFY A Hundred Days

A freak accident leaves Jack stranded on a planet with no way to return.

Guest stars include Michele Greene, Julie Patzwald, Gary Jones, Shane Meier and Teryl Rothery.

Sat. Feb. 19 1:00 AM SYFY Family Ties

Vala's father (Fred Willard) makes contact with SG-1 to trade intelligence about attacks planned by Akrad in exchange for sanctuary on Earth, but he tests the team's patience when he brings his scam-artist ways to the planet.

Guest stars include Fred Willard, Bill Dow, Lexa Doig and Martin Christopher.

Sat. Feb. 19 8:00 PM SHOWB Fair Game

The intense rivalry between the Go'auld System leaders puts the future of Earth in jeopardy.

Guest stars include Michael David Simms, Ron Halder, Jacqueline Samuda, Vince Crestejo and Teryl Rothery.

Sat. Feb. 19 8:45 PM SHOWB Legacy

The legacy of Machello comes back to haunt the Stargate team.

Guest stars include Kevin McNulty, Eric Schneider and Teryl Rothery.

Sun. Feb. 20 10:00 AM SHOWB Fair Game
Sun. Feb. 20 10:45 AM SHOWB Legacy



Cast includes Joe Flanigan, David Hewlett, Rainbow Sun Francks, Rachell Luttrell, Torri Higginson, Paul McGillion, Jason Momoa, David Nykl, Robert Picardo, Amanda Tapping, Kavan Smith, Christopher Heyerdahl and Ryan Robbins.

Tue. Feb. 15 2:00 AM SYFY Harmony

Sheppard and McKay become escorts on a young princess's rite of passage and run afoul of the would-be queen's enemies.

Guest stars include Jodelle Ferland, Alexis Kellum-Creer, Crystal Lowe, David Richmond-Peck and Stargate Universe's Patrick Gilmore.

Wed. Feb. 16 2:00 AM SYFY Outcast

Sheppard learns that his father has died and returns to Earth for the funeral, accompanied by Ronon. While there, they discover that a covert project has accidentally unleashed a human-form Replicator in the city.

Guest stars include Kari Wuhrer, Emma Lahana, Stephen E. Miller, Dylan Neal, Bill Dow and Dean Marshall.

Thur. Feb. 17 2:00 AM SYFY Trio

A subterranean drama unfolds when Col. Carter and Doctors McKay and Keller become trapped in a defunct mining facility during an off-world mission.

Guest stars include Isaah Brown, Aidan Drummond, Nico Ghisi and Alberto Ghisi.

Thur. Feb. 17 5:00 PM UHD Sateda

While on an exploratory mission, Ronon is taken prisoner by villagers who made a pact with the Wraith. Meanwhile, Sheppard and Teyla rally the team to rescue their comrade.

Guest stars include Frank Collison, Chiara Zanni, Curtis Caravaggio, Mitch Pileggi and Dan Payne.

Thur. Feb. 17 8:00 PM UHD Sateda

Weekend February 19/20 - Syndicated (check local listings for channel and time) - Conversion

Beckett and McKay race to curb Sheppard's disturbing metamorphosis when he begins to exhibit Wraith traits after being exposed to a strange virus.

Guest stars include Kavan Smith, Mitch Pileggi, Matthew Harrison and Lindsay Collins.



Cast includes Robert Carlyle, Louis Ferreira, Brian J. Smith, Elyse Levesque, David Blue, Alaina Huffman, Jamil Walker Smith, Peter Kelamis, Patrick Gilmore, Julia Benson, Jennifer Spence, Ming-Na and Lou Diamond Phillips.

Weekend February 19/20 - Syndicated (check local listings for channel and time) - Faith

Destiny stops near an uncharted star orbited by one planet, this time without activating the countdown clock. Lt. Scott leads a small team to the planet's surface, where the explorers are amazed to find an abundance of food, water and sunshine.

Guest stars include Tygh Runyan, Vincent Gale and Darcy Laurie.

SciFi Daily - BBC America: Schedule Week Feb 14 '11 - Torchwood, The X-Files & Doctor Who

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On BBC America, SciFi Daily beams in Torchwood at 3/2C, The X-Files at 4/3C and Doctor Who at 5/4C.

Schedule for week of February 14, 2011:



NOTE: Torchwood is preempted this week for Being Human (UK) premiere on BBC America.


The X-Files

NOTE: The X-Files is preempted on Thursday and Friday this week for Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares.

Season two cast includes David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and Mitch Pileggi.

Mon. Feb. 14 4:00 PM Duane Barry

Mulder is called to a hostage situation where the gunman (Steve Railsback) claims to be an alien abductee.

Guest stars include Steve Railsback, Nicholas Lea, CCH Pounder, Stephen E. Miller and Stargate Atlantis' Paul McGillion.

Tue. Feb. 15 4:00 PM Ascension

A traffic violation puts Mulder on Barry's trail, but Krycek is ordered to delay Mulder

Guest stars include Steve Railsback, Nicholas Lea, Steven Williams, William B. Davis, Peter LaCroix and Steve Makaj.

Wed. Feb. 16 4:00 PM 3

Mulder believes his captured murder suspect (Frank Military) is deluding himself about being a vampire---until sunlight hits the man.

Guest stars include Justina Vail, Perrey Reeves, Frank Military, Tom McBeath and Malcolm Stewart.


Doctor Who

NOTE: Doctor who is preempted on Thursday and Friday this week for Being Human (UK).

Fifth season cast includes Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill.

Mon. Feb. 14 5:00 PM Cold Blood

The Doctor and Nasreen Chaudry go deep underground and find an ancient society that has been disturbed by the drilling. They are gassed and taken prisoner just as Amy manages to free herself. The military commander of the underground reptilians, Restac, is convinced that the "apes' - their term for humans - are an invading force. Calmer heads prevail and the Doctor manages to negotiate a truce pending the transfer of prisoners which he, and some of the more pacifist members of the reptilians, hopes will lead to a lasting peace. The only problem is that Alaya, the reptile prisoner has been killed and Restac is ready to go to war.

Guest stars include Neve McIntosh, Meera Syal, Robert Pugh and Nia Roberts.

Tue. Feb. 15 5:00 PM Vincent and the Doctor

Visiting a museum, the Doctor and Amy are especially excited with the gallery for Vincent van Gogh. Many of van Gogh pieces are displayed, including "The Church at Auvers (1890)". However there is something irregular discovered on the painting - a small alien image within a window pane. The Doctor quickly takes Amy back to 1890 where they locate the troubled artist that upsets the locals, cannot pay his bills, and is able to see an invisible monster that no one else is able to see.

Guest stars include Tony Curran, Nik Howden, Chrissie Cotterill and Sarah Counsell.

Wed. Feb. 16 5:00 PM The Lodger

No sooner does the TARDIS land on Earth that it leaves again - but without the Doctor who had just stepped outside. The Doctor soon finds himself at the home of Craig Owens, who has been advertising for a lodger. There's clearly something odd in the house with people being lured to the upstairs room, but never reappearing. The Doctor is having a good time of it and is having a bit of fun; he proves to be a rather good football player. Craig the landlord is very much in love with Sophie but can't quite bring himself to tell her. The Doctor tries to help them out. But then there's always the problem of that upstairs room.

Guest stars include James Corden, Daisy Haggard, Owen Donovan and Babatunde Aleshe.

Green Hornet (TV Series) - Syfy (US) Marathon Feb 24 '11

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08:00 AM The Ray Is For Killing

Someone is demanding $1,000,000 for the return of Reid's art collection.

Guest cast includes Robert McQueeney, Grant Woods, Bill Baldwin and Robert Gunner.

08:30 AM Programmed For Death

Phony diamonds and a killer leopard await the Hornet as he investigates the death of a reporter.

Guest cast includes Signe Hasso, Richard H. Cutting, Don Eitner and Gary Owens.

09:00 AM Crime Wave

A computer offers evidence against the Hornet, who has been accused of a jewel theft.

Guest cast includes Peter Haskell, Sheilah Wells, Jennifer Stuart and Dee Carroll.

09:30 AM The Silent Gun

The Hornet tries to destroy a silent, flashless revolver before the underworld puts it to use.

Guest cast includes Lloyd Bochner, Kelly Jean Peters, Ed McCready and Al McGranary.

10:00 AM The Frog Is A Deadly Weapon

The Green Hornet tries to find Casey, who was abducted while investigating a gangland leader.

Guest cast includes Victor Jory, Barbara Babcock, Thordis Brandt and Rudy Hansen.

10:30 AM Give 'em Enough Rope

Mike Axford tries gathering evidence to expose a wealthy racketeer.

Guest cast includes Diana Hyland, Mort Mills, Joseph Sirola and David Renard.

11:00 AM Eat, Drink And Be Dead

The Hornet and Kato come to the aid of tavern owners who have been forced to buy bootleg liquor.

Guest cast includes Jason Evers, Harry Lauter, Eddie Ness and Harry Fleer.

11:30 AM Beautiful Dreams - Part I

Reid tries to link a professor's murder to a health club.

Guest cast includes Geoffrey Horne, Pamela Curran, Maurice Manson and Jean Marie Ingels.

12:00 PM Beautiful Dreams - Part II

A racketeer sets out to double-cross the Green Hornet (Van Williams).

Guest cast includes Geoffrey Horne, Pamela Curran, Maurice Manson and Jean Marie Ingels.

12:30 PM The Preying Mantis

The Green Hornet and Kato try to smash a Chinatown protection racket.

Guest cast includes Mako, Tom Drake, Hal Yamanouchi and Lang Yun.

01:00 PM Corpse Of The Year - Part I

Reid tries to expose the culprit who's posing as the Green Hornet.

Guest cast includes Joanne Dru, Tom Simcox, Cesare Danova, Celia Kaye, J. Edward McKinley and Barbara Babcock.

01:30 PM Corpse Of The Year - Part II

The Hornet tries to nab his impostor, whose crimes include murder.

Guest cast includes Joanne Dru, Tom Simcox, Cesare Danova and Celia Kaye.

02:00 PM Bad Bet On A 459 - Silent

The Hornet, wounded by a bullet, must get medical attention without revealing his identity.

Guest cast includes Bert Freed, Brian Avery, Nicolas Coster and Barry Ford.

02:30 PM Trouble For Prince Charming

Prince Rafil is given a choice: abdicate or his fiancée faces murder.

Guest cast includes Edmund Hashim, Susan Flannery, Alberto Morin, James Lanphier.

03:00 PM Alias The Scarf

The Hornet searches for a strangler who uses a white scarf to kill his victims.

Guest cast includes John Carradine, Patricia Barry, Brenda Benet and Jack Garner.

03:30 PM Hornet, Save Thyself

Reid tries to prove that he did not gun down an old enemy.

Guest cast includes Michael Strong, Frank Marth, Marvin Brody and Ken Strange.

04:00 PM Invasion From Outer Space - Part I

The Hornet tries to stop an electronics wizard from using an H-bomb to conquer the world.

Guest cast includes Lloyd Haynes, Larry D. Mann, Linda Gaye Scott, Arthur Batanides and Christopher Dark.

04:30 PM Invasion From Outer Space - Part II

Dr. Mabouse gains possession of an H-bomb

Guest cast Larry D. Mann, Linda Gaye Scott, Arthur Batanides, Christopher Dark and Brett King.

Zachary Levi - Chuck: Yahoo TV: Monday's Picks Feb 14 '11

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Yahoo TV: Monday's Picks: What to Watch Monday, February 14, 2011

A list of can't-miss hot shows, undiscovered gems and fan favorites ...

... Chuck

Monday at 8pm ET on NBC

Chuck thinks he's doing a nice thing for Sarah tonight when he reunites her with her old spy team, The C.A.T. Squad. But unfortunately, old grudges within the team haven't healed with time. They'll have to set all that aside, though, if they want to track down villain Augusto Gaez (guest star Lou Diamond Phillips).

Nathan Fillion - Castle: MSN TV - Tonight's Picks Monday Feb 14 '11

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MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Monday, February 14, 2011

... Castle

10:01 PM, ABC

An old school friend (guest star Jason Wiles) of Castle's (Nathan Fillion) emerges as the prime suspect in his wife's murder, putting Castle and Beckett (Stana Katic) on opposing sides of the case. As the investigation unfolds, Castle realizes either Beckett is about to arrest an innocent man or his old friend is a calculating killer in the new episode "The Final Nail." Jon Huertas and Seamus Dever also star.

Zachary Levi - Chuck: MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Monday Feb 14 '11

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MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Monday, February 14, 2011

... Chuck

8:00 PM, NBC

Chuck (Zachary Levi) has no idea how much trouble he is asking for when he reunites Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) with her former spy team, as old grudges and secrets bubble up during a vital mission. Morgan (Joshua Gomez) fends off the advances of an old flame who belongs to Sarah's former crew, in the new episode "Chuck Versus the CAT Squad." Lou Diamond Phillips, Mini Anden and Mekenna Melvin guest star.

Nathan Fillion - Castle: Yahoo TV - Monday's Picks Feb 14 '11

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Yahoo TV: Monday's Picks: What to Watch Monday, February 14, 2011

A list of can't-miss hot shows, undiscovered gems and fan favorites ...

... Castle

Monday at 10pm ET on ABC

Crime-fighting partners Castle and Beckett find themselves on opposite sides of a case for once. Castle's old friend is accused of murdering his wife. While Beckett is busy gathering evidence to arrest him, Castle works to prove his friend's innocence.

The Cape - MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Monday Feb 14 '11

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The Cape

MSN TV: Tonight's Picks Monday, February 14, 2011

... The Cape

9:00 PM, NBC

When the orphaned heir (guest star Glenn Fitzgerald) of one of Palm City's founders threatens to paralyze the city, The Cape and Max (David Lyons, Keith David) try to alert Marty (Dorian Missick) of this looming danger, but their attempt backfires. Orwell (Summer Glau) receives some help from Secretary of Prisons Patrick Portman (guest star Richard Schiff). Illeana Douglas also guest stars in the new episode "The Lich, Part 1."

Alex O'Loughlin - Hawaii Five-0: Yahoo TV - Monday's Picks Feb 14 '11

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Hawaii Five-O

Yahoo TV: Monday's Picks: What to Watch Monday, February 14, 2011

A list of can't-miss hot shows, undiscovered gems and fan favorites ...

... Hawaii Five-O

Monday at 10pm ET on CBS

We get it: It's sweeps month, so shows have to pile on big-name guest stars. But did CBS's hit freshman drama have to stoop to casting Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo on tonight's episode? (Minnillo plays a deckhand on a boat that's captured by pirates; Lachey plays her fiancé.) Sometimes, the best guest star is no guest star.