New Ghost Whisperer Spoilers! Melinda Tells Sam he’s really Jim!

Episode 4.15: Greek Tragedy Airdate: February 13, 2009

Sam is having second thoughts about his relationship with Melinda when he catches her in several lies. Guest cast: Sam Lucas: Kenneth Mitchell, Courtney: Sarah Ramos, Juliette: Di Quon, Vanessa: Samantha Krutzfeldt, Emily: Amanda Schull, Ashley: Aaliyah Franks, Makenna: Shosana Bush, Rebecca/Ghost: Andrea Bowen, Girl In Black: Erica Mer, Girl In Black: Trish Coren, Young Lauren: Courtney Halverson, Lauren Sable: Kerrie Keane, Volunteer: Tom Choi. Source: CBS

Promos 4.15 Greek Tragedy

Episode 4.16: Ghost Busted Airdate: February 27, 2009

Melinda shares her special gift with Sam and his reaction is not what she expects. Guest cast: Sam Lucas: Kenneth Mitchell, Linus Van Horn: Patrick J. Adams, John: Edwin Hodge, Devon: Linara Washington, Male Ghost: Michael O’Neill, Carrie: Jenna Leigh Green, New Client: Debbie Campbell, 10-Year-Old Boy/Jacob: Brandon Killham, New Client Husband: Jeffrey Stubblefield. Source: CBS

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Episode 4.17 – Delusions of Grandview Airdate: March 6, 2009


“Delusions of Grandview” – Melinda shares some devastating news with Sam and their relationship is left in limbo, on GHOST WHISPERER, Friday, March 6 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Melinda Gordon: Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jim Clancy: David Conrad
Delia Banks: Camryn Manheim
Eli James: Jamie Kennedy
Ned Banks: Christoph Sanders

Sam Lucas: Kenneth Mitchell
Greer Clarkson/Sad Ghost: Darby Stanchfield
Penny: Ogy Durham
Straight Jacket Man: Kirk Bovill
Rosalyn: Caitlin Dulany
Todd: Aaron Hart
Jill: Raquel Bell
Todd’s Mother: Kelly King
Dr. Byrd: Michael O’Keefe
Doug Clarkson: Mark L. Taylor

WRITTEN BY: Laurie McCarthy & Mark B. Perry
DIRECTED BY: Jefery Levy
Source: CBS

Episode 4.18 – Leap of Faith Airdate: March 13, 2009


“Leap of Faith” – When Sam rescues Melinda from harm’s way, he comes close to death himself, on GHOST WHISPERER, Friday, March 13 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Melinda Gordon…………… Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jim Clancy…………………………… David Conrad
Delia Banks…………………….. Camryn Manheim
Eli James……………………………. Jamie Kennedy
Ned Banks…………………….. Christoph Sanders

Sam Lucas……………………….. Kenneth Mitchell
Ben Tillman……………………….. Mark Pellegrino
Dr. Byrd………………………….. Michael O’Keefe
Anne Tillman…………………… Stephanie Michels
Clarissa……………………………….. Chad Morgan
Det. Sam Blair……………………….. Ion Overman
Bike Shop Owner………………….. Arnell Powell

WRITTEN BY: Executive Producer P.K. Simonds & Laurie McCarthy
DIRECTED BY: Executive Producer Ian Sander
Source: CBS

Episode 4.19: Thrilled To Death Airdate: April 3, 2009

  • Eli works to figure out a connection between a younger woman, an artist, and an older man, an actuary into high-thrilling adventures, who attended some sort of group therapy together. He figures out both were dying but can’t figure out why they had such a strong connection. Jim/Sam remembers his former occupation as a paramedic and Delia tries to comfort him as he gets a little sad because of it. Source:
    Morgan: early to mid 20’s female, lives in the same building as Eli, and is being haunted by the ghost of Rick Hartman. Melinda and Eli track the connection to a cancer support group they were both members of, to find out that Morgan is dying herself. Rick Hartman: mid 30’s, died 6 months ago in a tragic parachuting accident, the ironic thing is his job, when he was alive, was an actuary – someone who assesses risks of others. With a little investigating by Melinda and Eli, we find out that Rick had cancer and had made a “bucket list” of things he was to accomplish be he died, the last thing on his list though was “Morgan”. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 4.20: Stage Fright  Airdate: April 10, 2009

  • An actor is killed with what is supposed to be a prop gun and Melinda and Eli talk to him and his castmates, a woman he had dated and a man who she wants to be with now, when they originally think the dead man blames the castmates for his death. They learn that it was none of their faults and are relieved. Source:
  • When a popular soap opera films on location in the town square, an apparently vengeful ghost seems intent upon wreaking havoc on the shoot. Janet: 40’s – This average housewife, is attending the Hope’s Edge (soap opera) question and answer with the cast and has a question for them. Please Submit all Ethnicities. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 4.21: Cursed Airdate: April 17, 2009

  • When a little girl communicates with the spirits trapped in a haunted dollhouse, Melinda suspects that the restless dead may have pernicious designs on the living.
  • Lucy: In her mid to late 30s, she’s a put-together single mother with a bit of an edge. Lucy has been raising her niece, Emma, ever since Emma’s family died, apparently from carbon monoxide poisoning. Lucy has a troubled relationship with Emma, who will inherit the bulk of her family’s considerable estate when she turns 18, just days away. In fact, Emma is the only one standing between Lucy and a fortune, and Melinda suspects that Lucy has been dabbling in voodoo with evil intentions. Despite suspicious appearances, Lucy may actually be a loving, concerned aunt whose intentions towards Emma have been seriously misconstrued, not only by her niece, but by the uneasy spirits of her dead, dangerously resentful relatives.
  • Emma: Just about to turn 18 (must work as a legal 18), she seems like a typical teen — until we learn of her tragic past. The sole survivor of a tragic accident that claimed the lives of her family, Emma is now being raised by her aunt Lucy. Emma is very close to her 7 year old cousin Drew, but feels emotionally distant from her aunt. An heiress who inherits a fortune when she turns 18, Emma is suspicious of her aunt’s motives, and those fears are exacerbated by a mysterious dollhouse that seems haunted by the spirits of her dead family, who also suspect the worst. But as Emma later learns, she, her aunt, and her departed loved ones may all be the well-meaning victims of a gross misapprehension.
  • Drew Stanton: This cute 7 year old girl (please submit 7 to small 10 year olds) discovered a mysterious dollhouse in her attic, and now spends most of her time communing with the spirits who are trapped within. Drew is very close to her cousin, Emma, who lost her family and is now being raised by her aunt Lucy, Drew’s mother. Drew is upset by the whispered insinuations of the spirits, who accuse her mother of unspeakable acts. Terrified and confused, Drew doesn’t know whether the spirits are perniciously motivated or simply mistaken.
  • Zoe: This exuberant character in her early to mid 30s is Eli’s fellow professor, a loopy but grounded individual who is Eli’s “old friend and maybe more.” An expert in voodoo practices, she consults with Eli about Melinda’s recent discovery in the dollhouse. Although her chatty manner can drive Eli crazy, there’s still a strong affection between these two.
  • Father Ghost: The spirit of Emma’s father, in his early 40s, he seems trapped within the dollhouse facscimile of his family home, now destroyed. He whispers dreadful insinuations about his sister Lucy and her intentions towards his daughter, Emma. However, as Melinda later discovers, the circumstances of the family’s deaths might actually have been the result of pure accident, not design, as the spirits now suspect.
  • Mother Ghost: This mother ghost, in her late 30s, also lost her life, apparently in a tragic accident. Now trapped in a dollhouse, she also suspects that Lucy may have lethal intentions towards her daughter, Emma — but her suspicions are later dispelled, thanks to Melinda’s intervention.
  • Waitress: This frazzled waitress in her early 20s apologizes for giving Jim and Melinda the wrong check.
  • Boy Ghost: The ghost of Emma’s little brother, 12 years old, he alerts his parents about the lovely “light” that has just appeared. Source: SpoilerTV

New Supernatural Spoilers! How Real is the New Winchester Brother?

Has ‘Supernatural’ Cast a Faux Little Bro?

Jakeabel Since last month, Supernatural spoilerphiles have been buzzing about the rumor that a third Winchester brother may exist. But as TV Guide first reported this weekend, there’s some truth behind the gossip. Actor Jake Abel has been cast as Adam Milligan, an 18-year-old whom Sam and Dean’s pop supposedly fathered.

Sam and Dean will meet their “half brother” in April 23rd’s “Jump The Shark” episode, but word is, we probably won’t see the kid return after that hour. And I’m thinking, there’s no way this boy is a true blue Winchester.

One theory hardcore Supernatural fans might find interesting? The infuriating “Trickster” is somehow involved. KTV contributor Marisa Roffman seems to think this storyline reeks of him. He does, after all, love to frak with S & D… Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Jake [Abel] will only appear in one episode and is not expected to be seen again. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Let’s just say Sam may need to start going to meetings. The kind of meeting where you step up in front of a room and declare, “Hi. My name is Sam, and I’m a Demon Bloodholic.” Source: The Ausiello Files

New Ugly Betty Spoilers: 4th Season Renewal!

Exclusive: ‘Ugly Betty’ lives!

by Michael Ausiello

Uglybetty_lAn Ugly mess has been averted!

Despite the, ahem, perception problem that resulted from that whole open-ended hiatus thing, ABC is on the verge of renewing Ugly Betty for a fourth season, sources confirm to me exclusively.

The network is also said to be thisclose to giving early pickups to Grey’s Anatomy, Desperate Housewives, Brothers & Sisters, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, America’s Funniest Home Videos, and The Bachelor.

An ABC spokesperson says the net “is not ready to announce any pick-ups at this point.”

As you know, Betty‘s future was called into question when ABC announced that it was temporarily replacing the show on Thursdays with an all-sitcom comedy block. At the time, Alphabet insiders insisted the show was safe, and, gosh dang-it, they weren’t lying!

Episode 3.16: Things Fall Apart Airdate: February 26, 2009

Betty makes a surprising discovery when an assignment from YETI finds her and Marc analyzing Mode’s budget for the past year. Meanwhile she has to deal with increased attention from Matt and the knowledge that old flame Henry has posted some unexpected news on Facebook. Guest starring are Bernadette Peters as Jodie, Grant Bowler as Connor Owens, Sarah Lafleur as Molly, Lauren Velez as Elena, Daniel Eric Gold as Matt, Laura Heisler as Jenny and Chris Northrop as the blonde Modie. Source: ABC<!–

Episode 3.17: Sugar Daddy  Airdate: March 5, 2009

The Suarez family try to come up with the cash to buy their rental home after their landlord decides to sell, with Ignacio even entering a TV cook-off with celebrity chef Frankie Burrata (Steve Schirripa, “The Sopranos”). Meanwhile, the Mode staff deals with the shocking aftermath of recent events. Source: ABC

Bernadette Peters will be back.
Marc will have a new love interest coming in.
There will be more fun scenes with Marc, Betty and Y.E.T.I.
Wilhelmina’s baby will be born “very soon and it’s amazing.”

Mark Indelicato (Justin) just told us: “Someone turns evil-and someone is going to die.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

Someone will get married, someone will die, and Betty will find herself with a surprising new boss. Source: The Ausiello Files

Christine Baranski is joining the cast of Ugly Betty as a woman whom Betty may eventually call mom. […] The Emmy winner will play the high society mother of Betty’s new love interest, Matt (Daniel Eric Gold), in a minimum of three episodes. Source: The Ausiello Files

New Gossip Girl Spoilers: More about Serena’s New Socialite Boyfriend!

Episode 2.18: Blair Waldorf’s Day Off Airdate: March 2, 2009

General Spoilers:

When Serena’s grifter love interest is first introduced, he’s in a relationship with her socialite bud, Poppy Lifton! Source: The Ausiello Files

Armie Hammer, Blake Lively Tony R Phipps/Getty Images; Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) is getting a new squeeze! And this one doesn’t share a half sibling with her. Hurrah! Sources reveal that Armie Hammer—who’s also set to play the Devil’s son, Morgan, on Reaper—will join the cast of Gossip Girl at the end of the season to play Serena’s new beau. The CW just confirmed this casting.

Want the details on his steamy little affair with Serena?  Gabriel Serrano is a European socialite, who is not like any man Serena has dated before. Hammer will join the cast for three episodes toward the end of the season as a part of the Anne Hathaway-esque storyline. Gabriel will be dating Serena’s friend, Poppy Lifton (Tamara Feldman), before he moves on to her. I can already smell trouble with this guy, which is exactly why he’ll fit in just fine on the Upper East Side.

So what do you think of the new casting? How does he stack up with her previous squeezes? (Has to be better than Aaron Rose, right?) Sound off in the comments! Source: E!Online

I still cannot believe that Nate and Blair are hooking up! What will happen with Vanessa?
Jessica Szohr tells us, “Obviously, Vanessa’s a little bit hurt because that’s her boyfriend, but what comes around goes around, so I’m sure Vanessa will be all right.” Looks like Queen B may be getting yet another lesson in karma. Will it humble her or cause her claws to retract? Of course not!

The tentative plan is to make [Rufus and Lily’s son] a major character next season. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Remember when Nate was poor and huddling under a tartan sleeping bag trying to keep warm in the basement of his family’s seized Upper East Side townhouse on Gossip Girl? Well, don’t worry, he isn’t poor anymore because… well, something happened, I’m a little unclear actually. But maybe these two have something to do with it. has learned exclusively that Aaron Tveit and Holley Fain have been cast as Nate’s very wealthy cousin Tripp Vanderbilt and his fiancée, Maureen, who is a girl and therefore does not need a last name of her own. The posh pair will appear in two upcoming episodes, in which Poor Little Match Boy Nate reconciles with his mother’s powerful family. Source: TV Guide Online

The CW’s Gossip Girl spin-off has completed its first piece of casting. Veronica Mars and Gilmore Girls alum Krysten Ritter has been tapped to play Lily’s troubled older sister, Carol, in the offshoot, which chronicles the teen years of Kelly Rutherford’s alter ego. Described as sweet but a bit of a disaster, Carol is an actress who’s constantly making bad decisions in life and work. Lily ends up moving in with Carol after a falling out with mom and dad. Circa ’80s Lily and Carol will be introduced in the May 11 episode of Gossip Girl. Source: The Ausiello Files

Sources confirm that the show is planning a season-ending story line loosely inspired by [Anne Hathaway’s] infamous (and fizzled) romance with Italian grifter Raffaello Follieri, who was convicted last October on 14 counts of wire fraud, money laundering, and conspiracy. In the world of Gossip Girl, Blake Lively’s Serena will play the unsuspecting ingenue who falls for a handsome European socialite — in this case a hunk named Gabriel (casting is under way). Though she won’t confirm or deny the story’s Hathaway-esque twists, executive producer Stephanie Savage reveals that Serena’s beau is “very well-traveled, part of the global elite. He’s not a brooding artist like Dan or Aaron Rose. He’s definitely a grown-up, and that’s something Serena is very attracted to.” Word is that GG‘s version of the story will take a turn that is so much darker than the Hathaway saga that it ultimately puts Serena’s life in danger. Moreover, it triggers the return of Michelle Trachtenberg’s Georgina Sparks and casts our heroine’s sworn frenemy in the unlikely role of savior. Source: The Ausiello Files

Gossip Girl‘s newest (old) hookup is Blair and Nate. […] According to one insider, “Blair and Nate are both at a crossroads. Blair has to accept she isn’t going to Yale. Nate is being sucked into his family’s expectations, and they are both there for each other and enjoy the familiarity. At first it’s platonic, but, of course, that doesn’t last long.” […] Serena’s insta-gal-pal Poppy Lifton is coming back to make her life even more difficult. I’m guessing another feature in Women’s Wear Daily is not on her to-do list this time around? And Rufus is going to run into some money problems soon.Source: Kristin on E!Online

New One Tree Hill Spoilers! Nick Lachey Visits!

Anything on One Tree Hill? Do you know yet if this is really the last season?
No word yet on if a decision has been made about a seventh season, but by the looks of the upcoming One Tree Hill eps, I’d say things are starting to wrap up in North Carolina. Julian is looking to take things to the next level with Brooke when he asks if she and Sam will move back to L.A. with him. Might Tree Hill’s resident fashionista settle down in California for good? Millicent and Mouth are going to rekindle their adorkable love soon, too! And hell must have frozen over because after six seasons of abandonment, abuse and even murder, Dan is finally going to apologize to Nathan and Lucas for being such a terrible father.
Source: E!Online

Nick Lachey Coming to One Tree Hill

Nick Lachey Larry Busacca/

It’s his first big TV series appearance since the WB’s Twins, and Charmed.

Nick Lachey is heading to the CW for at least one episode of the fan-favorite series One Tree Hill later this season.

According to insiders, Nick will be playing a singer, former reality star and former boy bander who is dating Vanessa Minnillo.

(Yes, he is playing himself.)

In the storyline, a record label wants to buy one of Haley’s (Bethany Joy Galeotti) songs that she wrote for Nick’s new album, but she is hesitant to sell any of her music, so he will appear.

Nick has a new album coming out this spring called Coming Up for Air, which includes a duet he recorded with new American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi.

What do you think of Nick coming to Tree Hill? Will you be watching?

New 90210 Spoilers! One Couple gets Married, Another Makes a Sex Tape?

I’m hearing [that Ty will be going after Annie.] Now that [Ty’s]s freed up from the baby-mama drama, Adam Gregory tells me, “He’s the kind of guy who’s going to take what he wants. He’s not going to let anyone stand in his way!” And it sounds like Ethan won’t see it coming either, since he’s got a new somethin’-somethin’ blooming with Rhonda. Dustin Milligan tells me, “It’s looking like there are going to be some drastic turns for everybody’s character? Ethan Ward gets to kiss everybody, remember that.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

One of [the show’s] young twosomes will be betrothed before the end of the season… while another couple we love will get to work on an internet sex video. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

The adoption option is still on the table. I’m told Navid will be at Ade’s side as she weighs the possibilities and meets with prospective parents. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV
Jessica and Lisa Origliasso from the Veronicas will make a guest appearance on American TV teen drama 90210, on the back of their exploding success in the US music market. “We’re appearing in the season final – we get to do two songs – which is kind of a big deal,” said Jess, who has returned to Australia with her twin sister after their single Untouched Billboard charts reached the top 20 of the US last week. Source: The Sydney Morning Herald

Preview of ‘90210’ 1.17: The Bad and The Trusted

In the next ‘90210’, Naomi is immediately taken by Liam’s wild ride and mysterious ways.

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It’s all about speed and sex when “” returns on March 31. In “The Bad & The Trusted”, Dixon and Silver go on with their night of splendor while Annie spends a drunken evening under the stars with fellow thespian Max. Naomi is lured to the dark side when she hangs out with handsome bad boy Liam whom she met at the bar of her hotel. Taken for a need for speed, Naomi is captivated by its intensity. Matt Lanter guest stars as Liam, who has been described as the Dylan McKay of the “Beverly Hills 90210” spin-off. On other news, Australian singing duo will make a guest starring appearance on the show, singing two songs in the season finale. “We’re appearing in the season final – we get to do two songs – which is kind of a big deal,” one half of the band, Jessica Origliasso, gushed. Source: Ace Showbiz

Episode 1.21: Sour Sweetin’ Clams Airdate: April 28, 2009

Angela: Female, 18 or older to play high school, open ethnicity. Sweet, gentle, kind, earnest-looking – she exudes goodness. Befriends Silver and enthusiastically helps her with her school work. 2 strong scenes and a great turn. Possibly recurring. Sister Mary Elizabeth: Female, Late 30s, Caucasian, teacher. Bru-God: Male, 18 or older to play 17, Caucasian. Liam’s cousin. A blonde, surfer type. Goes on a date with Annie. Possibly recurring. Catholic School Gilrs 1-3: Females, 18 or older to play high school, open ethnicity. Source: SpoilerTV
Episode 1.22: Ty Her Down Airdate: May 5, 2009

Episode 1.23: Forgiveness of the Dead Airdate: May 12, 2009

Episode 1.24: The Last Shot of Light Airdate: May 19, 2009

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