Anyone see that last episode of Shameless? I think it was one of the best yet. That confrontation between Sheila and Franks mom was awesome.
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jerseydevil, do you by any chance know when Fox will announce whether or not Terra Nova is coming back? I could have sworn they had until the end of January to decide for production reasons... but here we are in the middle of February.
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It's time for House. Also... I watched two and a half episodes of Alcatraz and I just cannot be bothered to watch any more. Boring. And Hugo is just too ****ing fat to look at when he doesn't have funny lines written for him.
And I say that as a big fat ****.
First 7 Minutes of NBC’s New Drama, AWAKE
Jason Isaacs alone makes this must see for me. If you didn't watch Brotherhood back in the day...you should.My most-anticipated new show of the 2011-2012 television season is Awake. Jason Isaacs stars as a cop who’s in a car accident with his family, and now he’s living in two realities: one where his son (Dylan Minnette) survived and one where his wife (Laura Allen) survived. The question is which one is the dream and which one is reality? It’s a terrific premise that could easily run out of steam in a short amount of time, but it’s more original than almost any other new show on network TV. Hopefully, they find a way to build on the premise rather than use it as a hook and nothing more.
The first seven minutes have gone online, and after watching them, I’m still jazzed for this show. I like the way it’s shot and the pacing, and (less surprising) Isaacs is great. If you’ve seen the extended trailer, there’s not a tone of new stuff, but now you can see it in context. Hit the jump to check out the first seven minutes of Awake. The series premieres on Thursday, March 1st at 10/9c on NBC.
Jonny Lee Miller Set to Play Sherlock Holmes in CBS Series ELEMENTARY
Unsurprisingly, CBS is moving forward with a Sherlock Holmes series hot on the heels of the success of BBC’s fantastic Holmes update Sherlock. The American version is titled Elementary, and Deadline reports that CBS has settled on a lead for the pilot: Jonny Lee Miller. Miller previously starred on the ABC series Eli Stone and most recently appeared in an arc on Showtime’s Dexter. Elementary is a contemporary take on the Arthur Conan Doyle character and finds Holmes living in New York City. Given that it’s on CBS, we can presumably expect a heavy procedural aspect with little to no reason to tune in every single week. Nevertheless, should CBS pick the pilot up to series, the show is likely to be a hit; audiences over 40 love them some crime procedurals that don’t ask them to remember things from one week to the next.
BD Horror News - 'Lost' Star Terry O'Quinn Moves To ABC's '666 Park Avenue'
The Stepfather and "Lost" star Terry O'Quinn is back on the supernatural drama beat and back at ABC with a lead role in the network’s drama pilot "666 Park Avenue," Deadline reports.
Based on the Alloy book series by Gabriella Pierce, "the project centers on a young couple who accept an offer to manage one of the most historic apartment buildings in New York City. Unwittingly, they begin to experience supernatural occurrences, which complicate and endanger the lives of everyone in the building." O’Quinn will play Gavin, the building’s owner.