New Supernatural Spoilers & Preview 4.11: “Family Remains”

Look forward to a horrifying episode involving Dean in ‘Supernatural’ when it returns on The CW on January 15.

A rather short preview of the new episode of “” has been released. Going slightly more than 10 seconds, the footage gives a horrific look on how Dean is strangled with a hanging noose and displays the caption of “We’re Sorry, to leave you”.

The show will return next year on January 15 with the episode titled “Family Remains”. In the episode, Sam and Dean investigate a farm house that seems to be haunted by a woman in the walls. Two guest starring characters are going to be introduced, one is a clean-cut FBI agent that will help the boys in investigating the murders in the small town but turns sinister later on and the other is an attractive woman named Cara Roberts who is functioning both as a doctor on duty and a wild woman who loves sex and booze.

On other news, it has recently been hinted that Anna, the angel that was engaged in sex with Dean in the back of his Impala, will go down back to Earth. However, no clue yet as whether they will get back together as a couple. — Ace Showbiz

Smallville Spoilers & Preview 8.11: “Legion”

The heroes have come from the future to assist Clark in defeating their enemy, all previewed in the new promo of ‘Smallville’.

Another preview to “” 8.11 which is titled “Legion” has been made available by The CW. A considerably longer in length, the preview shows more on the new heroes that will take the series to the next level. “Legion” is the reference to the name of the superheroes from the 31st century.

Three superheroes from the future travel to the past and join Clark in hopes that together they can defeat Brainiac, who has taken over Chloe’s body. More about Clark finding his fate to be a hero, and him meeting Lana once again are exposed in this episode which will hit the screen on January 15.

Talking about the Legion, writer Geoff Johns previously said, “They are absolutely, 100% on point with the Legionnaires and their relationship with Clark Kent. I can say you’ll see an appearance by one of the Legion’s better known enemies.”

The producers reportedly have prepared several options to end this season with two different plots at open ends. It is either “a heroic send-off or a heartbreaking decision for Clark to move on to the next phase” but it will depend on whether the eight season will be the final or not. — Ace Showbiz

[The] Legion villian appearing in the episode […] is the Persuader. Source: KryptonSite

Episode 8.15: Infamous  Airdate: February 2009

Clark does, in fact, come out as an E.T. during an interview with Lois. I can also confirm that said revelation causes mass chaos. Source: The Ausiello Files

Linda Lake threatens to expose Clark, but Clark decides he’s going to reveal the truth about himself – on his own terms – before she gets the chance to. The news media is in a frenzy over the Red-Blue Blur, and they approach Chloe to ask what it’s like to be the hero’s best friend. They ask what it’s been like to keep his secret for so long, which may imply that her memories are returned by this point. Jimmy is transported to Metropolis General, and Chloe refers him as her husband. A teenage admirer fakes a fall so Clark will rescue her. Lois Lane (Erica Durance) returns in this episode. Aaron Ashmore (Jimmy), Cassidy Freeman (Tess), and Justin Hartley (Oliver) do not appear in this episode. Source: KryptonSite

Episode 8.16: Turbulence  Airdate: February-April 2009

Aaron Ashmore returns in this episode as Jimmy Olsen, but Erica Durance (Lois) and Justin Hartley (Oliver) do not appear. “Turbulence” as a title refers to interactions between Clark and Tess on Oliver’s jet as well as turbulence associated with Jimmy’s return from his coma. Tess takes Clark out of town with her to an important press conference in another city. Clark tries to find out from Tess how much Lex had actually told her about him. Jimmy reacts violently seeing Davis and has an angry outburst towards Chloe. Davis visits a cathedral where he confesses that he has hurt people that he cares about. Source: KryptonSite

Episode 8.17: Hex  Airdate: February-April 2009

The episode’s guest is a character named “Cassie” whose father taught her about sorcery before he passed away. We’re wondering if “Cassie” might be a substitute name for the DC Comics magician character Zatanna, much like “Melissa” was substituted for “Maxima” in initial leaks. Many Silver Age DC Comic books told the tale of Zatanna looking for her father, Zatara. Interesting trivia: Zatara first appeared in the same comic book that introduced Superman – Action Comics #1! Cassie tries to get Oliver to believe in witchcraft, and comes to him for help. Apparently Lex had obtained an item before he disappeared that she would like to obtain. She offers to give Oliver his “deepest desire” if he helps her. This episode puts a spin on the “Chlois theory” as a magic spell turns Chloe into Lois… literally. Cassidy Freeman (Tess) and Sam Witwer (Davis) do not appear in this episode. Source: KryptonSite

Jimmy will witness Davis Bloom murdering someone. Is he hallucinating? Or does Jimmy know Davis’ secret? And whose side will Chloe take when confronted with this news?

Source: The Ausiello Files

New Gossip Girl Spoilers! Scoop on the Season Finale Blair & Nate Together Again!

For More Scoop:  Major Gossip Girl Spoilers and Scoop! Lily and Rufus’s son and Chuck, CEO!

While this week’s episode may have led you to believe that Serena has chosen Aaron, don’t count on that choice being permanent. Lonely Boy will be much less so after the holiday. B and Bass, on the other hand, definitely will not be kissing each other when the ball drops on New Year’s Eve. [TV Guide]

‘Gossip Girl’ Writer Spills on the Second Season’s Finale

Stephanie Savage, one of the writers of ‘Gossip Girl’, reveals that there will be a time nearing the graduation when Nate looks back at his past, which includes Blair.

” writer Stephanie Savage sat down to answer some questions from the fans of the show, including spilling a little detail on how they will wrap up the second season. When asked whether there will be another story between Blair and Nate, Stephanie answered with a definite “yes”.

In the video interview that is posted below, Stephanie dished out that the old romance history of Blair and Nate kind of brings a special relationship to them this season. And with Nate getting over the problem with his dad, there’s a chance that Nate will be back to Blair.

“We all feel, without giving too much away what’s gonna happen, at the end of something like high school, there’s a tremendous pull towards the people that we started our journey with,” Stephanie hinted. “Sort of the last semester of senior year, you find yourself looking back on who is with you when you started this journey and certain feelings come to the surface that might be surprising.”

Also addressed is a chemistry between once-rival Dan and Blair. Stephanie said, “We’ll be doing an upcoming episode where Dan and Blair are gonna find themselves starring in a school play together and that will be bring out some very interesting conflict for both sides.”

Apart from responding to the question about Blair’s relationship with the people around her, Stephanie also revealed her favorite episode in the second season, which is “Serena Also Rises”, and explained how the triangle love story among Nate, Jenny and Vanessa came out.

“Gossip Girl” that airs every Mondays on The CW, will return to the screen January 5. The second season has been stretched to have 25 episodes in total.

Gossip Girl Spin-off? X-No, X-No

Source: TV Guide

Matthew Settle and Kelly Rutherford, Gossip Girl

Remember all those rumors about a Gossip Girl spin-off?

Well, this statement from the show’s executive producers and Warner Bros. Television just came in over the transom: “Contrary to the rumors and false reports breaking in the tabloids, there is no approved concept and/or confirmation of a Gossip Girl spin-off at this time.”

Well, that settles that.

(So, it’s totally about Chuck Bass then, right?) XOXO.

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Lauren Graham Returning To Primetime On ABC

Gilmore Girls star Lauren Graham is returing to primetime. ABC has given a production commitment to a new comedy starring Graham, who will play a self-help guru who teaches women how to live a stress-free life – but struggles to follow her own advice when her boyfriend dumps her. The untitled half-hour comes from scribe Alex Herschlag, who will executive produce along with Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum and Mitch Hurwitz. Hagada Hey and Tantamount will produce, while Sony Pictures TV is the studio. Graham will also serve as a producer on the sitcom.

The project is Graham’s first starring TV role since Gilmore Girls went off the air in 2007. She spent seven seasons on the show playing Loreli Gilmore. The new show is also a reunion between Lauren Graham and ABC. She got her big break on the network starring opposite Molly Ringwald and Jenna Elfman in the short-lived Townies.  — Source: The TV Remote

Exclusive: Ghost Whisperer and More Honored at Family Entertainment Awards

Quality, intergenerational programming is alive and well, and on Friday, the CW honored some of TV and film’s best shows, films and more within the genre at on the 10th annual Family Entertainment Awards.

Among this year’s big honorees are CBS’ The Ghost Whisperer, ABC’s Pushing Daisies and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, for which Gossip girl Blake Lively took the stage. A video game system was honored, too: Mario Lopez, Derek and Julianne Hough, her Dancing partner Cody Linley and 90210er Jennie Garth all appeared to accept an award on behalf of the Wii (which has upped our tennis game).

The event, which Everybody Hates Chris‘ adorable Tyler James Williams hosted, also featured stars from the music world. Phenoms Miley Cyrus and Leona “Bleeding Love” Lewis accepted the special event award for Stand Up 2 Cancer, which aired in Sept. with a celeb-studded lineup of artists and celebs.

Other honorees included Michael Phelps’ mother, Debbie, for a Special Olympic Moment, plus House of Payne, Wall-E and the TV movie of A Raisin in the Sun. Which shows and movies do you think deserved some kudos? — Source: TV Guide

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