In New Cap City, Tamara tries to settle a score with Zoe; Daniel regains his company with unforeseen consequences; Clarice tries to break Lacy.
GateWorld has made an interesting observation about Syfy's Tuesday scheduling earlier. Starting this week, Stargate Universe won't have re-runs of previous week's episodes leading into new ones anymore. Report:
The cable network will air fan-favorite, two-part episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m., starting October 19, according to Syfy’s online schedule. This will lead into its primetime line-up of new episodes of Syfy’s original dramas Stargate Universe (9 p.m.) and Caprica (10 p.m.).
Some cast & crew updates:
Eric Stoltz is definitely working on Off the Map. He posted a picture from the set yesterday. (Maybe this week someone can crash the Internet with old footage from St. Elsewhere?)
King of the Avenue, with Esai Morales playing the devil, is out on DVD on October 26.
Manson, My Name Is Evil, with Ryan Robbins playing Charles Manson, was out on DVD last week.
Conviction, with John Pyper-Ferguson and starring Hilary Swank and Sam Rockwell, is out in theatres this weekend.
Jorge Montesi will make an appearance on Outlaw next week. The episode airs on Saturday at 8 pm on NBC.
Bear McCreary's new show, The Walking Dead, will premiere in 120 countries within the same week of its U.S. premiere. Zombies take on pirates.
And there was an interesting rumour reported by THR this week that David Eick might be involved in ABC's Incredible Hulk series, which is still in early stages of development.
This week's guest appearances available online:
Edward James Olmos on CSI: NY – CBS
Ryan Kennedy and Aaron Douglas on Hellcats – CWTV