Watched the 2102 Fall Preview special on CBS last night. They highlighted 4 new shows: Partners a 'geigh-themed' sitcom that's doomed to fail, (I'll give it 3 shows before it's sh*&canned). Elementary A modern Sherlock Holmes (which looks like a re-tooling of Monk). Vegas, A series about the early days of Las Vegas and Made in Jersey, some sort of legal drama. Nothing shown is worth watching.
Both of course
Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh
Half way through 2nd episode of Go On and I count 3 Kings references. shows not too bad either.
"This is for you, Kings players who have EVER worn the Kings uniform, and Kings fans wherever you may be, all the frustration and disappointment of the past is GONE! The 45 year drought is over! The Los Angeles Kings are INDEED, the Kings of the National Hockey League, the 2012 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS!" - Bob Miller
"The long wait is over, after 45 years, the Kings can wear their crown! The Los Angeles Kings have won the Stanley Cup!!!" - Nick Nickson
Nick Chinlund Moves into 666 Park Avenue as New Recurring Character | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
This makes me happy. A possible guilty pleasure has just gotten better.A new recurring character has been added to the roster for ABC's "666 Park Avenue" as Nick Chinlund joins the series set at the Drake, a spooky Manhattan apartment building.
According to Deadline, Chinlund (Wyvern, Hallowed Ground, "24," "Desperate Housewives") will play Victor Shaw, a powerful adversary to the building’s owner, Gavin (Terry O’Quinn), who tries to take control of the Drake.
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With NHL13 out on Tuesday, I totally forgot about Go On. Been meaning to catch the 2nd episode to see where the show is going. The ratings were really solid for NBC standards too. That's good to see.
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