New 90210 Spoilers!

90210 – New Year Spoilers

Teen love between Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) and Navid (Michael Steger) will turn into teen angst in upcoming episodes of the CW show.

Adrianna, the recovering drug addict, will be dealing with a teen pregnancy, according to a source close to the show. But is Navid the daddy? It’s anyone’s guess since he recently revealed he’s a virgin.

Meanwhile, Adam Gregory will return to West Beverly High, the insider says. Gregory played the sexy Ty Collins who wooed Annie (Shenae Grimes) by flying her to San Francisco for a first date. Ty will stir up trouble for one of the show’s leading ladies. But is it Annie, who’s now officially — and openly — dating Ethan? Answers to come — but you’ll have to wait for the return of 90210 on Jan. 6, 2009.
Source: TV Watch

Someone’s getting into a car accident…Also, a couple is breaking up soon on 90210. Source: Kristin on E!Online

What’s up with the new Wilson son, Sean, on 90210? Is he a fake? I can’t wait until Jan. 6 to find out!
Go back and watch the final scene from last week’s episode again. You’ll find your answer there.

Ty’s getting himself some parents. Annie’s Spring Awakening costar will soon be reunited with his WASPy mom and impeccably groomed dad. — Source: The Ausiello Files

Hey Korbi, whatever happened to that Tom Welling-looking kid Ty on 90210? The one who Annie was gonna give it up to before Adrianna got to him first? He just up and disappeared! I assume he’s off the show?
Korbi at Don’t assume anything, Annabelle. I’m told that Tom Welling-lookin’ kid will show up on your small-screen when 90210 returns next year… and with good reason. Let’s just say Ty’s all tied up in a totally important storyline which you spoilerphiles have already heard a bit about.

90210 – Episode 1.15 – Casting Call

#fullpost{display:none;}Here is a casting call for Episode 1.15, which has yet to be given a title.

[RHONDA CECIL] Female. 18 or older to play high school. Any ethnicity. Plain but atractive. Recovering from a car accident. Befriends ETHAN…RECURRING GUEST STAR. TOS.

[LOUISE COLLINS] Female. Early 40s. Caucasian. Blonde, WASPy, old money elegance. Surprisingly warm but can turn. TY’s mother…POSSIBLY RECURRING GUEST STAR. TOS.

[WILLIAM COLLINS] Male. 40s. Caucasian. Barrel chested. Impeccably groomed. High society. TY’s father…POSSIBLY RECURRING. 1 DAY GUEST STAR. $1k.

[DR. ERIN SURREY] Female. 30s. Any ethnicity. Attractive and kind looking. Intelligent and sweet…1 DAY GUEST STAR. $1k.

[NIKA] Female, submit PERSIAN ONLY. 18 or older to play high school. Attractive and cool. Unique…7 LINE 3 DAY CO-STAR OR 1 DAY GUEST STAR (depending on spread). POSSIBLY RECURRING.

[WAITER] Male. Early 20s. Attractive…2 lines. CO-STAR. Scale + 10.

[CHEERLEADER] Female. 18 or older to play high school. Any ethnicity. Cute and popular…2 lines. 1 day co-star. Scale + 10.

[DOCTOR] Male or Female. Any ethnicity. 30s…1 line. Co-star. Scale + 10.

[MAID] Female. 30s. Any ethnicity. Attractive…1 line.sptv050769 1 day co-star. Scale + 10.

[CUTE GIRL] Female. 18 or older to play high school. Any ethnicity…2 lines and a reaction shot. 1 day co-star. Scale + 10. Source: SpoilerTV

90210 – Episode 1.14 – Casting Call

#fullpost{display:none;}[MS. CASEY] Female. Twenty something. Open ethnicity. Attractive. The new drama teacher. A cool/hip New York theater type. GUEST STAR. STRONG CHANCE TO RECUR.

[LUCINDA] Female. Early 30s. Open ethnicity. Real estate broker. Attractive, perky, peppy. A bit tacky though – French manicure and lots of hairspray.

[DRAMA STUDENT #1/#2] Male or female. 18 or older to play high school. Open ethnicity. Dramatic! Quick witted and and snappy. Must be good with comedy. Possible CO or GUEST STAR depending on spread. Approx. 7 lines each. Possibly recurring.

[STONER STUDENT] Male or female. 18 or older to play high school. Open ethnicity. Not over the top, just a little out of it. 3 lines. 1 day co-star. Possibly recurring.

[CASTING DIRECTOR] Male or female. Mid 30s. Attractive. 1 line. 1 day scale co-star. Source: SpoilerTV

New Private Practice Spoilers and an interview with Grant Show!

Grant Show begins his six-episode guest arc this Wednesday, and I just chatted him up, so check back that morning for exclusive scoop from Mr. Archer Montgomery Forbes himself. (Informed speculation: I think Grant Show’s character, Archer, is part of the big spring crossover between Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice, and more significantly, I think he may be the reason for the big spring crossover…We’ll see!) In other news, that be-yotch Charlotte King starts a competing practice in the upstairs space and starts stealing patients from Oceanside—I was just starting to like her, but I’m totally taking that back now. — Source: Kristin on E!Online

It’s Grant Showtime on Private Practice … and Melrose 2.0?

by Matt Mitovich, TV Guide

Grant Show, Private Practice

This week on ABC’s Private Practice (Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET), Addison feels the brotherly love when Grant Show begins a stint as her studly sib. In this Q&A, Show previews Archer Montgomery’s first Oceanside Wellness hook-up, ponders why Swingtown couldn’t keep it up, and reveals whether Jake Hanson might turn up on the CW’s “new” Melrose Place. What brings about this surprise visit from Archer?
Grant Show: I come into town because I miss Addison. When she was living in New York we were real tight, so I try to get her to come back to New York with me. In the meantime, I start a little somethin’-somethin’ with Naomi — just to piss off my sister, I think! [Laughs] What is the dynamic between Addison and Archer?
Show: I don’t know if you’ve ever hung out with rich siblings, but they have very strange relationships. Almost incestuous. “No one is good enough for my sister” and that kind of thing. I think I’m very jealous of her and the time that other people have with her, and I want her all for myself. It’s not sexual, but…. We push each other around, we’re very physical with each other, and there’s bickering, but we love each other very, very much. Does he have an opinion on the SWAT guy she’s dating?
Show: [Scoffs] He’s a cop! C’mon…. [Laughs] He thinks it’s kind of funny and kind of pathetic. Do any of the other ladies take a shine to Archer?
Show: I do quite a few episodes — I have this one, I go away for a while, and then I’m back midseason — so yeah, I think so. I get kind of serious with Naomi, but there might be some more women after that. Is Archer safeguarding any secrets?
Show: Absolutely. There’s a whole reason that brought this all about right now, and it’s pretty big, pretty dynamic. You’re making me think that he’s dying.
Show: I don’t know, I can’t tell ya! Was it liberating to shave your Swingtown mustache?
Show: I did that right away, man. Once we wrapped the 13th episode, I went into the makeup trailer and shaved it off. It was fun and all, but a year-and-a-half of that thing was a little much. Is it safe to say that Swingtown is all swung out?
Show: Yeah, unfortunately. I mean, they haven’t released me and they haven’t made any official statements yet, but our contracts are all up in December. They’d have to have us back working before then, and I don’t think it’s possible to do that. At the end of the day, was the show too racy or not racy enough?
Show: Yes to both of those. Our numbers were not that bad, especially for the summertime. We dipped in the middle, but then we were moving up, until they changed us to Friday night. I think someone in programming got scared. I think CBS wanted to bring in a younger, different kind of audience. Or at least they thought they wanted to.
Show: Yeah, and I think they realized that by doing that they might alienate some of their regular audience. So they got cold feet. When you and I did that Swingtown video Q&A months ago, I joked — joked — about the CW pulling a 90210 and “rebooting” Melrose Place….
Show: [Laughs] And here it is! It all makes sense, though, doesn’t it? I even suggested Jake as “the sage pool cleaner.” Have any exploratory phone calls come your way yet?
Show: No. I play golf with one of the executives at the CW, and I was on the 18th green and he was on the 9th. He goes, “Hey! Do you want to come on Melrose Place?” I said, “Hey, do you have $150,000 an episode?” He said no, so I go, “There’s your answer!” The original 90210 cast seemed to be of two minds: “Count me in!” or, “Not on a bet.” Where do you fall with the new Melrose?
Show: Kind of neither. I don’t think I want to do it. I don’t think they need me. I’d just be “the old guy” on the show, and that’s not the kind of thing I want to do. If it was something other than that, maybe I would. See, I don’t think the CW thought they’d ever need the “old” 90210 people. But once they saw that’s what got the buzz, they had to realize, “This is our bread-and-butter, not the kids.”
Show: As far as selling the show, yeah, it would help to have some of the original cast. But as far as work on a day-to-day basis, I wouldn’t want my character to be there to support a bunch of kids. That said, if there was no contract and I could go off and do anything else I wanted to do…. And maybe if Heather Locklear also came back….
Show: Yeah. [Laughs] It’s a possibility, but right now I’d have to say no. I absolutely love working with the Private Practice cast — they’re all really good actors, the writing’s fun, and I get to play this rakish cad — so I’m looking forward to doing more of that.

New Grey’s Anatomy Spoilers & Preview 5.10 “All by Myself”

Tell me more about this Grey’s AnatomyPrivate Practice crossover. It’ll take place over the course of three episodes (Feb. 5, 12, and 19) and the only confirmed participant as of now is Kate Walsh.

Question: Is Mary McDonnell going to be back on Grey’s Anatomy? I loved her Dr. Dixon. I watched last week’s episode thinking she’d be back, but she wasn’t. — Jackie
Her second of three episodes airs Dec. 4. Personally, I wasn’t a fan. You know I worship the ground McDonnell walks on, but I found her Asperger’s depiction a tad over the top. And I’m not alone. Megan, a self-proclaimed Aushole and Asperger’s sufferer, called the portrayal “robotic and single focused — which we are but not to that degree. Grey’s missed the boat on this one. Instead of normal with slight social misperceptions, it came off as a bad version of a high-functioning autistic, and they’re two different things.”

Question: I didn’t think Shonda Rhimes could come up with anything worse than Gizzie on Grey’s Anatomy, but this ghost Denny business is about one episode away from officially being the worst thing the show has ever done. Please tell me it will be over soon! — Nick

Ausiello: Afraid not. Denny will be haunting Izzie at least through February. In possibly related news, the title of episode 14 is “Beat Your Heart Out.” Hmmm….

Enough with Izzie-Denny and Cristina-Owen. I’m surprised that no one has asked about another “situation” that I’ve noticed on Grey’s Anatomy since the season began: The slow and steady flirtation between Mark and Lexie. Where are they going with this?
To first base in early ’09, and I can’t wait. McSteamy is actually making Lexie (gulp) interesting.

Question: Why has T.R. Knight had only a few scenes per episode on Grey’s Anatomy recently?
I did some digging and, unfortunately, there’s nothing juicy to report. I’m told it’s just part of the natural ebb and flow of storylines. He’ll start flowing again next year when he gets mixed up in the Alex-Izzie-Denny story, but not in any romantic sort of capacity. Shonda may be kooky but she’s not a masochist.

How come ABC has such a big deal with lesbians on Grey’s Anatomy, but no problem with all the guy-on-guy make-out sessions on Brothers & Sisters?Ausiello: I honestly don’t think the suits at ABC are scared of gay men or lesbians. They just despised the character of Erica Hahn and her romance with Callie. And as soon as they had proof that the audience agreed, they dumped Brooke Smith. As an ABC insider explains, “In the process of doing some maintenance polling, the sample group for Grey’s hated the Callie/Erica coupling while still liking Callie.” Source: The Ausiello Files

The official ABC logline for the Decemeber 4 episode includes this little morsel: “Callie can’t figure out if Sadie is just friendly or flirtatious.” …. “I think the love triangle with Denny, Izzie, and Alex is among the most interesting we’ve ever done. Watching the chemistry between Jeffrey and Katherine again has been really touching. I can’t wait for our viewers to see where we’re taking it. But what it won’t involve is Izzie having a brain tumor,” [Shoda Rhimes revealed… Denny will] be in at least five episodes.
Source: The Ausiello Files

McDreamy’s getting a McMama! [Tyne Daly will be] playing Derek’s mother, Carolyn Shepherd. She heads to Seattle for a quick visit in January to meet likely future daughter-in-law Meredith for the first time.
Source: TV Guide

Cristina is awarded the first solo surgery among the residents, but must give it up and choose her replacement. Meanwhile Mark performs a cutting edge procedure to restore a patient’s ability to speak — and impresses Lexie in the process — and Callie can’t figure out if Sadie is just friendly or flirtatious. Source: ABC

Episodes 5.22: Title Unknown  Airdate: April/May 2009


: Male intern, mid 20’s, Bi-racial (African American & Caucasian). He is smart and funny; a boy next door type. Recurring Guest Star. Source: SpoilerTV

In the new episode of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, a sole surgeon is taking place with Dr. Cristina Yang being awarded among the residents.

It’s Cristina Yang’s week in the new episode of ““. In “All by Myself”, she is awarded the first solo surgery among the residents but must give it up and choose for her replacement. Meanwhile Mark performs a cutting edge procedure to restore a patient’s ability to speak, and impresses Lexie in the process. Also, Callie can’t figure out if Sadie is just friendly or flirtatious.

“All by Myself” is airing December 4 at 9/8c on ABC. Kevin McKidd is back as Dr. Owen Hunt, Cristina’s new love interest while is guest starring as Sadie, Callie’s possible new lover. Academy Award nominated actress Mary McDonnell also joins the show as Dr. Virginia Dixon, a cardiac surgeon who suffers from Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism that causes an inability to interact socially with others. — Ace Showbiz

Ugly Betty Spoilers 3.10: “Bad Amanda”

Betty must work with Amanda for a Mode web article and together they try the ‘illegal’ way, all new on ‘Ugly Betty’.

An unlikely bond is developed between Betty and Amanda in the new episode of ““. After being roommates, the twosome is set to embark on the world of journalism together in the episode called “Bad Amanda” which ABC will air two weeks from now, on December 4.

Amanda and Betty are forced to work together for a Mode website article called “How I Blew Ten Grand Without Spending a Dime”. Going out to seek inspiration for the article, they are met with a trouble which Amanda anticipates by taking the “final option”. Betty is forced to take a page from scam-artist Amanda’s book during a night on the town in NYC they’ll never forget.

The show is hiring more and more guest cast. Apart from Nikki Blonsky who will play an assistant at Elle magazine named Teri, Golden Globe Award-winning actress is also in the show as an aspiring editor that Betty admires. — Ace Showbiz

Chuck Episode Recap

OK, so Jill’s a Fulcrum agent. At this point, you could be forgiven for thinking every third person in the United States is a spy. But before I can throw up my hands and rail against the plot device, Chuck does it for me — “Excuse me, I’m sorry, General, but who in my life isn’t a spy. My sister? My best friend? Should I just start asking people that when I first meet them? ‘Hi, I’d like the extra-value meal, and while we’re on the topic, do you covertly work for a government espionage faction?’” And bam, I’m laughing too hard at the lines and at Zachary Levi’s delivery to object too strenuously. They know it’s ridiculous, they know we know it’s ridiculous, they’re asking us to just go with it. Well done, Chuck!

The General wants Chuck to stay close to Jill in hopes that she will take him to her Leader — no, really, that’s her handler’s code name. Sarah and Casey object that Chuck’s not ready, but Chuck is fine with it — the woman betrayed him twice, and it’s about time he got to return the favor! That’s how they end up at a carnival, on top of a Ferris wheel, mirroring their first real date. It’s very sweet — until Jill pulls a gun on Chuck. She tells Chuck she has no choice. But when Leader tells Jill that she has to shoot Chuck, she turns the gun on Leader instead. Chuck flees and Leader follows. That leads to a fabulous horizontal chase in the Gravitron, and then pursuit through the hall of mirrors. But just as Leader is about to kill Chuck, Jill shoots Leader. Could she be good after all?…. Continue reading »

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