More Heros Spoilers!

The show is looking for an actor in his 40s to play a member of a bomb squad who is called on to defuse an explosive situation. [Michael Ausiello]

One Tree Hill and West Wing alum Moira Kelly will be playing Abby Collins, a Homeland Security agent, in at least one episode of the “Fugitives” volume (the next chunk of episodes in the current third season). [Watch With Kristin]

Dan Byrd of Aliens in America has a recurring role in “Fugitives,” and his character Luke’s power is microwaves that are strong enough fry people. Luke goes on the road with Sylar seeking adventure and excitement, but poor unlucky kid’s probably just going to get debrained for his trouble. [Watch With Kristin]

Claire’s going to make it. In fact she gets well enough to again pursue her goal of getting into the fight. In an upcoming episode, Claire becomes the centerpiece of a major showdown between good and evil. [Watch With Kristin]

Hunter (Zeljko Ivanek) captures many of the Heroes and loads them onto a transport plane. When the plane goes down, “You don’t know who survives,” says Greg Grunberg. [Watch With Kristin]

Heroes Episode Recap: “The Eclipse, Part 2”

The loss of abilities may have scared the heroes and villains in the previous episode, but in the conclusion of “The Eclipse,” it was the lessons each character learned from their inabilities that seemed to matter most. Nathan decides that some power was necessary in a world of evil, Daphne learned to forgive herself and make her past wrongs right, Hiro remembers that heroes exist to give hope to the hopeless, Mohinder learns that the evil brewing inside of him may not be a side effect of his injection and Sylar decides that no one can really ever change themself. Throw in a few deaths (some permanent, others not so much) and the regaining of powers (that was quick, huh?)and you have one wild episode. Let’s dig in!….read more

Heroes Redux: That Did Not Just Happen–Right?

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Oh, Heroes.

You offer us the prospect of Sylar as a good guy, Sylar as a Petrelli brother, the redemption of electric Elle, an Elle-Sylar romance, an Elle-Claire friendship, H.R.G. mentoring Elle or resentfully partnering with Sylar or any number of equally awesome connections, and now…now, you’re taking it all away?

Cruel. It’s just cruel! If you’ve seen the tragic episode-ending scene, get in here. There is much to discuss.

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WHAT WE LEARNED

* Claire died! But the trouble for Heroic blondes doesn’t stop there. Please tell me that Sylar did not just kill Elle. Because I could have sworn that, not hours before, Sylar had thrown Elle to safety at the cost of his own life. If he wanted her dead, he certainly could have left her behind, wounded and weak, a sitting duck for H.R.G. Instead, he sacrificed himself and died for her. (Oh yeah, Sylar died too, in this episode, until the end of the second eclipse restored by his and Claire’s healing power. Get it? Got it? Good.) Gabriel loves Elle, Elle loves Gabriel Gray, and even with all that self-loathing pessimism he’s wielding these days, I can’t believe that he just sliced her head open! Could someone please tell me that this is a double-cross on Sylar’s part? I’m clinging to a hope that it all ties back to what Sylar told H.R.G., how he’d like to become a guy who values “home and family, but is not afraid to do the job I have to do.” (Who’s with me?)

* Sam and Frack are awesome. (And props to the writers for incorporating a Comic Book Guy shoutout in the comic book guy scenes.) Like a walking Heroes Wiki of storyline trivia, the guys zeroed in on a tiny comic-book detail that lesser nerds might not have noticed: Claire and Hiro peering out from the shadows at the moment 16 years ago when Kaito asked H.R.G. to raise Claire. (Easily the best time-travel hijinks in a long time.) And even though Claire’s mad at her dad right now–he did desert her on her deathbed–I think this might be the beginning of a new understanding between the two of them, and any Claire-H.R.G. rapprochement is just fine by me!

* Maya is still around. Maya Herrera is still here. Eden, Charlie, Kaito and Adam Monroe were rubbed out–but Maya is still popping up. Oy. I really thought we’d seen the last of her, but tonight, when Mohinder thought that he was cured, he ran right to her doorstep, and then when his scales returned, he freaked out and ran away, conveniently dropping a clue to his whereabouts in his wake. A clue that Maya will, no doubt, use to find Mohinder again. In another episode. No comment.

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WHAT’S TO COME

* As I told you last week, a blond Hero who’s in a new relationship is getting killed, but I’ve since learned that despite many signs pointing to that Hero’s death, all is not lost. There’s a coverup at work, and she may well rise from the dead. Holler!

* You know how H.R.G. told Gabriel that he was being played by the Petrellis and that he was not, in fact, their son? Circa Volume IV: Fugitives, Sylar begins a new hunt–but he’s not seeking to feed his hunger anymore. He’s tracking down information on his past…

* As you saw in this episode, Nathan Petrelli is at a turning point. He’s ready to harness his power, only he’s still not sure in whose service he ought to employ that power. What does he decide? Well, let’s just say that in 2009 Claire-Bear might have another morally ambiguous dad to disapprove of…

Now, let’s discuss: Can you live with a dead Elle? Post your feelings about this seemingly tragic turn of events in the comments!

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!
Ausiello:
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 Zap2it.com: 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

Latest Heros Spoilers!

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Heroes

Kerri in Irvine, Calif.: Any word of cast changes or deaths at Heroes? I’m still hoping a few of the characters will go far, far away!
One of them will die soon, and personally, it’s not who I was hoping for! (This death also puts an end to a new love story as we know it.) However, I’m also hearing that the powers that be may be doing some more thorough house-cleaning among the Heroes cast, thanks to a little Lost-like catastrophe at the end of the current “Villains” volume. Last night at the Christmas Tree Lighting at the Grove (an outdoor shopping mecca here in L.A.), Greg Grunberg spilled to me: “There’s a huge plane crash, and all of us are involved…I’ll tell you this, it’s not Oceanic 815, and I’m not in the pilot seat. It’s a little different.”

More on that big ol’ plane crash: Hunter (Zeljko Ivanek) captures many of our favorite Heroes and loads them onto a transport plane. (Think prisoners heading to Guantánamo Bay.) When the plane goes down, “You don’t know who survives,” says Grunny. When asked if Angela Petrelli would be joining their nondirty “mile-high club,” Cristine Rose tells me, “I’m getting old, I don’t see myself parachuting.” So could that be how some of our Heroes survive? More importantly, did the plane go down because Desmond forgot to key in the numbers in the Hatch?

Will we ever discover Daphne’s secret on Heroes?
Yes we will! Tonight, Daphne (Brea Grant) heads home, and there she finds she has some unexpected guests: Matt, Hiro and Ando. Also, Nathan (Adrian Pasdar) heads to Haiti tonight to solve some more family mysteries, but he better be careful, because he’s going to be kidnapped. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.10: The Eclipse Part 1 Airdate: November 24, 2008

[Seth Green and Breckin Meyer’s] two-part episode, “The Eclipse”, features Green as the proprietor of Sam’s Comics, a seedy collector’s shop in Lawrence, Kansas. Meyer is Sam’s slacker pal, Frack, the shop’s most loyal customer. In the plot, Hiro and Ando come to Lawrence in search of the supersonic Daphne and walk into the store, causing Sam and Frack to trip out when they recognize them from the prophetic 9th Wonders! comic. Later, when a solar eclipse impacts Hiro with memory loss, they use back issues to help him recall his past. Source: TV Guide

We learn definitively that the Haitian is a Hero (not a Villain). The episode also explores the other big question about the Haitian: Can he restore memories in addition to wiping them out on command? Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.11: The Eclipse Part 2 Airdate: December 1, 2008

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #7: Sam and Frack will have a theory about the Eclipse being similar to the tides. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.12: Our Father Airdate: December 8, 2008

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #7: We will see some “memory healing.” Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.13: War Airdate: December 15, 2008

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #7: Building will be blown up, some stories and perhaps characters will be “put to rest”, but there will still be no clear winner between the Heroes or Villain. Doyle will return in Episode 13 and will have at least one appearance in Volume 4. Source: SpoilerTV

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #7: We have not see the last of Usutu. We will learn a little bit more about “The Formula’s” origins in some upcoming episodes. Claire’s future employment with Arthur was “averted or delayed” once Peter fell through the window. Claire will not find out any time soon that her dad HRG was responsible for Sylar’s path to killer. Sylar does not even know HRG was involved just Elle. Most of the Heroes abilities come with side effects like The Hunger, but not as severe. We will eventually learn about Adam’s kids, but not this season. If Arthur dies, all the powers go with him and are not returned to the original person. It will not be that easy for Peter to regain his powers. They would like to explore the story of Elle’s mother but do not know when. Arthur doesn’t use powers on Nathan, because they wanted Linderman to be feared thus he wanted to kill him hoping to send a message to the DA’s office. Source: SpoilerTV

Arthur Petrelli steals abilities, runs creeptastic human-subject experiments and is generally a psycho–this behavior can come to no good. Can he be stopped before he kills, well, everybody he’s ever met? We find out in the upcoming batch of episodes, as Arthur Petrelli’s reign of terror finally comes under attack, leading up to a spectacular but devastating showdown between the Heroes and the Villains in the last episode of this volume. […] One of the Petrelli boys (besides Peter) loses his power. The difference is that when the other brother loses his abilities it happens for a much more mechanical, tangible reason. Oh, and the power loss to which I’m referring has nothing to do with next week’s eclipse. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Heroes Episode Recap: “The Eclipse, Part 1”

So after being told repeatedly in the last episode that “it’s coming” the game-changing eclipse finally came. But perhaps stranger than the eclipse robbing all of the heroes and villains of their abilities was how out of pocket everyone was geographically as well as emotionally and physically. Parkman, Hiro and Ando ended up in Kansas, the Petrelli brothers landed in Haiti and Tracy infiltrated Primatech for Arthur. Of course, the episode offered little explanation as to why the eclipse robbed everyone of their powers, rather resorting to the show’s favorite device: show you the future in a drawing and bring the drawing to life before your eyes, So what was in Arthur’s drawings and how did everything play out? Let’s take them one at a time … read more

Heroes Episode Recap: “It’s Coming”

After spending the last episode in the past, this one picked back up where we were in present day, but with many eyes (as always) looking to the future. And based on several of the characters’ reactions, that future (again, as always) seems more ominous than promising. Even so, in this episode, the “teams” that have been forming seemed to take full shape around the opposing captains of Arthur and Angela Petrelli. Meanwhile, Mohinder was spreading his awful skin rash to others via “the formula,” Elle and Sylar’s relationship took a shocking turn (literally), Hiro was being childish (again, literally) and everyone learned a powerful secret that could stop Arthur’s plan in his tracks. Let’s dig in…..read more

New Heros Spoilers!

The next volume, titled “Fugitives” and said to be inspired by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, begins in January. It centers on a character called The Hunter (Damages Emmy winner Zeljko Ivanek) and, by all accounts, represents a reboot of the series.  — TV Guide

Creator Tim Kring talking about if we will find out if Elle is the mother of Sylar’s son: “We will find out, yes. We will know very soon.”… In an upcoming episode things pretty darn get hairy for Usutu…. Angela’s mind is still trapped inside her comatose body. Wouldn’t it be convenient if we had a hero with the ability to enter someone’s mind and read their thoughts? Well, Matt and Daphne are on the way….. Next week one Hero begs for death. Another Hero has the power, and perhaps the motive, to do put that first Hero out of his or her misery. Could Herocide actually happen? Tthe Hero who wants to die might be Kristen Bell’s Elle?…. We’ll learn next week that the formula is incomplete. There are the two parts we know about, but Suresh discovers a third element he calls “the Catalyst.” What is it? More like, who is it? Could it be Claire?   – Kristin@E!Online

It’s Coming – Airing November 17
After a preemptive strike against Hiro and Ando in Africa, Arthur Petrelli orders Knox and Flint to hunt down his son Peter and granddaughter Claire. Nathan is stunned to learn his father is alive – and leading a villainous charge to worldwide destruction. Meanwhile, back at Pinehearst, Sylar has a charged confrontation with Elle. Suresh begins testing his new, combined superpower formula. Later, with the others dead, injured or on the run, Matt attempts to wake Angela. [Ain’t It Cool News]

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #6: Matt is respecting Daphne’s privacy and not reading her mind. Volume 4 Fugitives will reveal more about Sylar’s struggles and his past. Sylar is not going to sacrifice himself to stop Arthur, but they do have a “plan” for Sylar. Howard Grigsby, the bioluminescent man from the graphic novels is one of the escaped Level 5 villains. The Haitian will be the key to stopping Arthur. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.09: It’s Coming Airdate: November 17, 2008

Next week [Elle] begs for death. Another Hero has the power, and perhaps the motive, to do put that first Hero out of his or her misery. We’ll learn next week that the formula is incomplete. There are the two parts we know about, but Suresh discovers a third element he calls “the Catalyst.” What is it? More like, who is it? — Source: Kristin on E!Online


” had presented a flashback episode through “Villains” that aired on Monday, November 10, and the next episode will see Hiro ready to face a battle against Flint and Knox. The hero that can travel through time will be aided by Ando, Claire and Peter during the fight.

Titled “It’s Coming”, the episode chronicles the group of superheroes’ anxiety of an unknown happening that will come along with the approaching moon eclipse. It is known that they got their superpowers when the first eclipse occurred and thus, they have no idea what the second one will bring. Meanwhile, Nathan learns of his father’s plans, Matt tries to revive Angela and Sylar meets with Elle.

Mohinder begins testing of his newest superpower formula, and finds out that he needs a catalyst. Arthur comes to realize that the catalyst is not “something” but rather “someone”, which happens to be Claire.

“It’s Coming” will be aired on November 17.

Episode 3.10: The Eclipse Part 1 Airdate: November 24, 2008

Eclipse Part 1 – Airing November 24
After reuniting Sylar and Elle, Arthur orders them to find Claire and bring her to him. Matt, Hiro and Ando team up together and follow Daphne to her hometown of Athens, Georgia to discover what she’s been hiding. Meanwhile, Nathan and Peter Petrelli travel together to Haiti in search of the the only man that can stop their father from destroying the world, the Haitian. — Ain’t It Cool News

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #6: We will learn what Arthur has on Daphne. We will see more of The Haitian in Haiti (going after his brother the Villain Samedi). Nathan will fly to Haiti. Claire will be trained by “The Master.” Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.10: Eclipse Part 2 – Airdate December 2

The eclipse continues to impact the Heroes’ abilities as Elle and Sylar face off against a vengeful H.R.G. while Claire struggles to survive. In Haiti, Peter and Nathan join forces with the Haitian to battle the Haitian’s brother, Baron Samedi (guest star Demetrius Grosse), and Nathan comes to a shocking decision. In the meantime, Ando, Sam (guest star Seth Green) and Frack (guest star Breckin Meyer) work hard to get Hiro’s memory back with the help of the “9th Wonders” comic books at a local comic bookstore. — Ain’t It Cool News

Episode 3.12: Our Father Airdate: December 8, 2008

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #6: Sylar will gain a new power, that will reveal the truth about whether Angela really tried to drown Baby Gabriel. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.14: Airdate: February 2, 2009

  • Zeljko Ivanek will be joining the gifted ones as a character called “The Hunter.” According to E!, Ivanek will arrive in episode 14, which is the first of Volume Four: Fugitives. Source: TV Guide Online
  • Casting Notes: Military Pilot: 30 – 45. Male. This military pilot is involved in a top secret government operation. [Will appear in epsiode 3.15 as well.] Source: SpoilerTV
  • Amid buzz that the show’s next volume will be titled “Fugitives,” sources confirm that Tim Kring and Co. are on the prowl for an actor to play a badass FBI agent a la Tommy Lee Jones in The Fugitive. The character is slated to show up in this season’s 14th episode. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • Casting Notes: Malik: Late 20s – 30s. Male. Iranian. A smart paramedic working in New York who has been assigned to work with a rather peculiar partner. Lauer: 45 – 55. Male. This handsome super-star anchor of a major network news program conducts a high profile interview with a politician. Kid: 4-6 years old. Male. Caucasian. Dark Hair. Brown eyes. This young boy is frightened by a passing stranger as he rides his tricycle. Could recur. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.15: Airdate: February 9, 2009

Episode 3.16: Airdate: February 16, 2009

  • Casting Notes: Analyst: 30. Male. A computer tech at a high security facility. Source: SpoilerTV
  • Casting Notes: Guard: 30. Male. A prison guard at a high security facility. Guy: 30’s – 50. Caucasian. This balding guy with long stringy hair is in a diner when he is attacked by something mysterious. Source: SpoilerTV
  • Casting Notes:  Anna: 26 – 35. Female. East-Indian. A beautiful young woman living in India, Anna dreams of running a bakery with her partner, Kali. Groom/Deepak: 35 – 50. Male. East-Indian. A gruff and intimidating presence, Deepak is a man living in New Dehli, India, with ulterior motives for becoming engaged to his new bride. Grandfather: 50 – 65. Male. East-Indian. A man living in New Dehli, India. A warm man of very traditional values and ideals. He loves his family. Kali: 28 – 38. Female. East-Indian. An attractive woman with a warm smile, living in New Dehli, India, Kali dreams of running a bakery with her partner, Anna. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.17: Airdate: February 23, 2009

Episode 3.18: Airdate: March 2009

Reporter: 28 – 36. Male or female. A driven ace reporter who is reporting on a huge story from the field. Male agent: 28 — 38. An FBI agent taking part in a top-secret military operation. Worker: 30-38. Male. This brilliant computer tech is responsible for monitoring classified information. Young Boy: Age 6 to play age 3 or 4. Please submit boys who have dark hair and brown eyes. Father: 33 – 45. Caucasian. Dark hair / dark eyes. This man has a slightly sinister vibe. Mother: 28 – 40. Caucasian. Dark hair / dark eyes. A woman trying to protect her son. Source: SpoilerTV

Heros Episode Recap: “Villains”

Kristenbell_heroes_s2_240 Say this for Monday’s Heroes: At least it didn’t repeat the “Several Months Ago” structure of the back story-revealing flashback episodes from seasons one and two. And we got to see a few previously unknown connections between some of the characters. But what, exactly, are we supposed to take away from “Villains”?

We knew Arthur Petrelli was a bad guy already. We’ve been learning that Sylar’s thirst for new powers is as much addiction as eeevilness. And we knew that Meredith harbors some resentment toward Primatech because of Claire. Why we needed to have that reiterated to us in an hour of flashbacks — courtesy of Hiro’s spirit walk — escapes me a little bit.

Some of the episode’s details were mildly interesting: Arthur Petrelli “died” because Angela poisoned him after discovering that part of his plan involved killing Nathan. Bad-guy firestarter Flint is Meredith’s brother, and the poor sucker thought he was being recruited when Company agent Thompson (a returning Eric Roberts) captured him — apparently with Claude’s help (Flint says something about an invisible man tackling him outside the store he and Meredith were robbing). HRG and Elle used to work together, and apparently Elle used to be kind of nice.

But I really felt like the episode was just showing us things Heroes has already shown us this fall (clever title cards aside), and other than the filling in of those details, nothing much was accomplished. We’re no closer to understanding, for instance, why it is that Arthur wants to give everyone powers and why that will then bring about the end of the world, which is kind of the point of this arc. There has to be a way for this show to do flashbacks that doesn’t kill whatever momentum had been building in prior episodes…..

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90210 & Supernatural Nominated for People’s Choice Awards!

35th Annual People’s Choice Awards Nominees in TV

People’s Choice Awards is one of the events that leads to the Oscar next year but unlike the prestigious awards show, the winners of People’s Choice will be voted by movie, TV and music fans. Voting line has been opened and can be accessed at Pcavote.com in which it can also be seen other nominees from movie and music. The ceremony to hand out the prizes will be held on January 7 at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium, broadcast live by CBS at 9/8c and hosted by .  — Source: Ace Showbiz

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Grey’s Anatomy Episode 5.7 Recap: “Rise Up”

Katherine HeiglTonight’s Grey’s Anatomy opens with Meredith’s voiceover musing about death, a common occurrence on Grey’s Anatomy, actually. It’s early morning and Cristina (Sandra Oh) wakes Meredith up by calling to discuss Ellis’ old diaries, which are the Harry Potter books Cristina never had. Derek (Patrick Dempsey), who enjoys not getting woken up by a phone call at the butt crack of dawn, is annoyed to no end by Cristina. Later on at the hospital, Derek asks Mark (Eric Dane) to seduce Cristina to keep her occupied. Everyone is late for work today, even Bailey who is arguing with Tucker about marriage counseling. In skills lab, Richard introduces the residents to STAN, a state of the art animatronic robot for the residents to practice on. Operating on STAN will help Richard decide on which of the second-year residents will get to do their first solo surgery. Of course, the news of solo surgeries whips all the residents into a competitive frenzy to see who will get the first one. Just another day at Seattle Grace. Richard (James Pickens Jr.) asks Major McHottie (Kevin McKidd) to observe the residents to help him decide….READ FULL RECAP AT BUDDY TV

New Heros Spoilers & News!

  • You know how Elle channeled her overly abundant electricity into Claire? Later this season she’ll do the same thing to a male character, only this time it will have some distinctly sexual overtones. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.10: The Eclipse Part 1 Airdate: November 24, 2008

After reuniting Sylar and Elle, Arthur orders them to find Claire and bring her to him. Matt, Hiro and Ando team up together and follow Daphne to her hometown of Athens, Georgia to discover what she’s been hiding. Meanwhile, Nathan and Peter Petrelli travel together to Haiti in search of the the only man that can stop their father from destroying the world, the Haitian. Jack Coleman and Ali Larter also star. Robert Forster also guest stars. Source: NBC

  • Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #4: The Eclipse will provide us with more details about Daphne’s powers including strength and healing. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.11: The Eclipse Part 2
Airdate: December 1, 2008

The eclipse continues to impact the Heroes’ abilities as Elle and Sylar face off against a vengeful H.R.G. while Claire struggles to survive. In Haiti, Peter and Nathan join forces with the Haitian to battle the Haitian’s brother, Baron Samedi (guest star Demetrius Grosse), and Nathan comes to a shocking decision. In the meantime, Ando, Sam (guest star Seth Green) and Frack (guest star Breckin Meyer) work hard to get Hiro’s memory back with the help of the “9th Wonders” comic books at a local comic bookstore. Greg Grunberg, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Ali Larter and Cristine Rose also star. Brea Grant and Robert Forster also guest star. Source: NBC

Heros Spoilers: “Villains”

The first half of “” season three is over and in two weeks to come the show will go back to the roots. The eight episode which is titled “Villains” will see Hiro investigating the defining moments in the pasts of Arthur Petrelli, Sylar and Flint in order to prepare for an eventual showdown with his foes.

Two kinds of promo for the episode which will air on November 10 have been brought forward. It reveals how a father’s lie brings a butterfly effect to the future and how Gabriel aka Sylar came in terms with the demon inside him. The episode will also provide lots of flashback of various heroes and villains.

Third season of “Heroes” is made up of two volumes, “Third Volume: Villains” which will be comprised of 13 episodes, and “Fourth Volume: Fugitives” that contains the remaining twelve. Cast Greg Grunberg dished out to DigitalSpy that they are currently filming the “Fugitives”. On the bridge between the third and fourth, Grunberg said, “At the end of volume three it’s kind of wrapped up but then there’s this huge cliffhanger that leads into volume four.” — Ace Showbiz

New Heros Spoilers!

Are Micah and Molly ever going to come back to Heroes? They were the cutest things.
Magic 8 Ball says: Outlook not so good. Micah and Molly are not necessarily gone for good, but the show is definitely focused on other storylines for the time being. — Kristin at E!Online

Heroes, Eris Quod Sum

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Episode 3.07: Eris Quod Sum Airdate: October 27, 2008

Sylar retains his abilities, and he seems to join forces with Arthur next week. […] I can tell you that Peter and Sylar are both mama’s boys, and whatever else goes down, they will work together to release their mom from the grip of Arthur Petrelli’s vast and terrible powers. Kristen Bell is back next week as Elle! It seems Elle’s powers now control her, not the other way around. She’s overcome by the electrical forces within her, and when she can’t find HRG to help her, she goes with the next best thing: Claire. Yep, next week Claire and Elle try to team up against Pinehearst – but first they have to overcome the fact that they, you know, hate each other. — Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.08: Villains Airdate: November 10, 2008

To prepare for the confrontation ahead, Hiro follows respected businessman, husband and father Arthur Petrelli (guest star Robert Forster) in the days before he “died” — to discover what drove him to create rival company Pinehearst and strike at Angela. Later, a moment unfolds where Sylar, horrified and guilt-ridden, might have stopped his murderous pursuit of abilities — that is, if H.R.G. and Elle (guest star Kristen Bell) had swayed from their monstrous assignment. Finally, under the wing of Company man Thompson (guest star Eric Roberts), agent-in-training Meredith (guest star Jessalyn Gelsig) watches her new life go up in smoke, following the arrival of her hot-headed brother. Greg Grunberg, James Kyson Lee, Ali Larter, Hayden Panettiere, Adrian Pasdar, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Dania Ramirez and Milo Ventimiglia also star. Jimmy Jean-Louis, Malcolm McDowell, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, Ron Perkins, Blake Shields, and Jeff Staron guest star. — Source: NBC

Summary of spoilers given in the Behind the Eclise Q&A: Episode 3.08 titled “Villains” will show us Sylar’s first kill. — Source: SpoilerTV

Summary of spoilers revealed by Jack Coleman in a BuddyTV interview: Episode 3.08 [is a] flashback episode which is a prequel to the pilot. — Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.09: It’s Coming Airdate: November 17, 2008

Episode 3.10: The Eclipse Part 1 — Airdate: November 24, 2008

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #3: Episodes 3.10/11 will reveal more details about The Haitian and his family. — Source: SpoilerTV

Summary of spoilers given in the Behind the Eclise Q&A: In Episode 3.10, Hiro shares a scene with The Turtle. — Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.11: The Eclipse Part 2 Airdate: December 2008/January 2009

08/24 – 2 Haitian Militia Men: 18-32. Male. Haitian. Ability to speak French a plus. Two intimidating militia men in Haiti. Co-star. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.12: Our Father Airdate: January 2009

Summary of spoilers given in the Behind the Eclise Q&A: [The episode] will feature a scene with two characters traveling to the past to the moment on the “roof” when HRG was handed Claire. — Source: SpoilerTV
Episode 3.13: War  Airdate: January 2009

Summary of spoilers given in the Behind the Eclise Q&A: Echo from the Webisodes will appear in Episode 3.13 titled War. — Source: SpoilerTV

Heros Episode Recap

Sylar We join Hiro, Ando and Usutu in Africa. Ando is imploring Hiro to travel back in time to find out how to kill the villains.  tells them that evil forces are gathering and dark powers are rising and Hiro must choose his path.

Brundle Lab. Nathan and Tracy confront Suresh, but he breaks Maya out of her sticky web of grossness and flies off into the night. This is the last we see of Nathan and Tracy for the next 30 minutes. I like to think they were having cold sex.

Peter lays in a room at Pinehearst in a coma and dreams/flashes back to his father’s funeral.  When he awakens, his father is there and Peter is handcuffed to a bed. Papa Petrelli tells Peter his abilities are gone forever. Papa says is working for the greater good and that Peter should join him. Peter vows to make him pay, but Arthur just leaves him there, handcuffed to the bed….. Continue reading »

‘Heroes’: What’s on your fix-it list?

‘Heroes’: What’s on your fix-it list?

by Marc Bernardin

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Heros Casting Spoilers!

Danbyrd_l Ausiello Files: ‘Heroes’ Exclusive: ‘Aliens in America’ Star Goes Bad

Dan Byrd, best known for his roles as sensitive, wholesome teens on Aliens in America and Clubhouse, is about to tap into his inner Henry Evans. Byrd has been cast on Heroes in the recurring role of David, a dark and twisted kid who tells lies easily and has a cruel streak. Word is he’ll be a possible apprentice to Sylar (Zachary Quinto).

Byrd is committed to appearing in at least three episodes during Heroes‘ forthcoming “Volume 4: Fugitives” arc.

Heroes Spoilers & Scoop!

Spoil me big on Heroes! Who’s going to die?

Dying of the Light

NBC Photo: Adam Taylor

Coming right up! Here’s your big spoil with a side of tease: I think it’s pretty obvious that a certain recently dug-up bad guy (ahem, Adam) would be going back six feet under, as well as the girl who’s grating on everyone’s last nerve this season (ahem, Maya). But I’m also hearing of another blond female Hero/Villain (seriously, who can say who’s what these days?) whose head is on the chopping block. Check back later tonight for the Heroes Redux for more! — Kristin at E!Online

I’m loving Heroes this year, but especially everything Bennet and the Petrelli. Got anything to share?
How something about the newest Petrelli, Sylar (Zachary Quinto)? We’ll get some clues about the identity of baby Noah’s mother in upcoming episodes when we see Sylar in flashbacks with a female character we know and love. He and his maybe-baby-mama knew each other way back before Gabriel Gray started slicing people’s heads open.

Heroes Spoilers & Episode Recap: “Dying of the Light”

‘Heroes’: Who’s Your Daddy?

Nathan finds out who’s running the Pinehurst Corporation, while Claire continues to freeze out HR…READ FULL EW RECAP

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EXIT STRATEGY With no way to escape Papa Petrelli, we find out what else can kill Adam Monroe besides decapitation
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The line that’s being drawn in the sand this season was made even clearer in this episode, and it’s quite a surprise which side of the line Sylar’s currently standing on. But this hour was not the Sylar show we’ve been seeing lately, but was more about Papa Petrelli getting his groove back, which he did in grand fashion. Also in this episode, Hiro made his way to Africa with Ando (!), Parkman and his turtle returned to the states, Daphne was pretty much everywhere and Mohinder tried to get the best of Nathan and Tracy. Plus, Claire played a game of Russian roulette and much, much more, so let’s jump in….read more

From Kristin at E!Online

Zachary Quinto, Milo Ventimiglia, Adrian Pasdar NBC Photo / Mitchell Haaseth

After tonight’s episode of Heroes, I bet the Petrelli boys are wishing they had a deadbeat dad. An absentee father has to be better than one who’s a supervillain, right?

Want to know which of the three sons will ally themselves with daddy dearest, which blond fave might be in the line of fire, and when Kristen Bell will bring her sexy back to Heroes? I’ve got the dish…

Dying of the Light NBC Photo: Adam Taylor

WHAT WE LEARNED

Daddy Petrelli Is Alive, Extremely Powerful and Just Plain Mean! Boy howdy, the Petrelli boys certainly take after their daddy, what with having multiple powers and not being afraid to use them! Arthur Petrelli (Robert Forster) is apparently telepathic and has power-sucking skills not unlike those of Peter (Milo Ventimiglia) and Sylar (Zachary Quinto). But most important, that big jerk Arthur Petrelli used his mojo to suck Adam Monroe’s (David Anders) regenerative ability right out of his hot, hot bod, killing Adam and restoring Arthur to robust health. Then, to make matters even worse for the pretty boys of this show, Arthur hugged it out with Peter and swiped all of his powers! Although if Sylar is to be believed, Peter isn’t in control at the moment anyway, so perhaps this is all for the best…

Awesome: Consider this my formal request for Sylar and Peter to fight in every single episode. Zachary Quinto and Milo Ventimiglia are two of the actors who truly elevate this series, and it’s nothing but fun to watch Angela Petrelli’s (Cristine Rose) boys wrassle. I mean, what’s not awesome about throwing lightning bolts at your brother? For that matter, what’s not awesome about Peter bratting “I’m the most special” even as he’s slipping into a moral and emotional graveyard spiral, while Sylar tries to take the moral high ground?

And…

  • The Puppeteer is a great villain!
  • I heart family Parkman. I want Matt (Greg Grunberg) and Daphne (Brea Grant) to have their happily-ever-after future.
  • OMG! Those bastards! They killed Takezo Kensei!! (So not cool.)
Heroes, Brea Grant NBC Photo: Chris Haston

QUOTE OF THE EPISODE

“High-five, turtle!” —Matt Parkman to his spirit guide upon spotting Daphne at the airport terminal

WHAT’S TO COME

All for One and One for All: Peter’s lost his powers—thanks to his bad dad—but Sylar retains his abilities, and he seems to join forces with Arthur next week. Will he become (like Daphne) a pawn in Pinehearst’s plan for world domination? Well, I don’t want to give away the store, but I can tell you that Peter and Sylar are both mama’s boys, and whatever else goes down, they will work together to release their mom from the grip of Arthur Petrelli’s vast and terrible powers.

Daphne’s in Danger: As I teased in the chat, a Hero is marked for death. Sources tell me producers planned to off the Speedster toward the end of this volume, but they’ve changed that plan, and for now she’s still alive and kicking. And while I know the show has waaay too many characters, I find that I want to keep her. Your take?

Elle Returns Next Week: Yay! Kristen Bell is back next week as Elle! It seems Elle’s powers now control her, not the other way around. She’s overcome by the electrical forces within her, and when she can’t find HRG to help her, she goes with the next best thing: Claire. Yep, next week Claire and Elle try to team up against Pinehearst—but first they have to overcome the fact that they, you know, hate each other.

Heros Spoilers: Casting Scoop!

Hayden Panettiere, Jack Coleman, Zeljko Ivanek, Heroes

NBC Photo: Chris Haston, Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

The hunt is on! (But the casting hunt is over.)

Sources tell Kristin at E!Online exclusively that Zeljko Ivanek, who just won an Emmy for Damages, will be joining Heroes later this season. He’ll appear in a multi-episode arc as a character named the Hunter.

According to insiders, the Hunter’s first appearance is in episode 14, which kicks off Volume Four: Fugitives. (Heroes creator Tim Kring is writing the Fugitives premiere!)

Volume Four will begin in late January or early February 2009, and since it is all about fugitives, the role of the Hunter sounds pretty key, don’t you think? Tommy Lee Jones has nothing on this newbie, from what Kristin hears…

Heros Spoilers: Arthur Petrelli hits the scene

From Kristin at E!Online

NBC Photo / Mitchell Haaseth

Zachary Quinto, Milo Ventimiglia, Adrian Pasdar

Yep, Arthur Petrelli (Robert Forster) made his first onscreen appearance on Monday’s episode of Heroes. We’ve heard a lot about him these past two years, but we’re finally meeting the big man.

Only I can tell you the exclusive details about who he is and what Arthur’s return means for his three sons. I’m pretty sure they will not be pleased to (re)make his acquaintance…

Robert Forster Glenn Weiner/ZUMA Press

Tonight’s World Premiere: Arthur’s first appearance onscreen is a bit of a tease—think of it as the Arthur Petrelli preshow—because Arthur first reconnects with a woman from his past (OK, it’s Angela, his wife) in a dream state, not in person. But dream state or not, Mr. and Mrs. Petrelli are both distinctly unhappy to see each other again.

The Kids Always Get Stuck in the Middle: Angela and Arthur’s three sons are all going to be pawns in their parents’ big game, which plays out over the remainder of this volume. The question becomes: Are the sons powerful enough to withstand the influence of their parents? I expect we’ll hardly be able to tell who is on whose side, because from what I’ve heard, the betrayals and doublecrosses come fast and furious. Milo Ventimiglia tells me, “I think no matter what, as long as Peter and Nathan stick tight, then they’ll be fine.” But…where does that leave Sylar/Gabriel? Out in the brotherly cold? Making waffles for…no one?

Mama Bear: Someone should really warn Arthur now: Angela Petrelli does not like it when you go after her kids. Mess with them and she will take you down.

He Got the Power: Yes, Daddy Dearest has some mojo of his own, and we’ll see him use his abilities as early as next week.

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