Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Vote for Caprica at the People's Choice Awards

Voting for the final nominees for the 2011 People's Choice Awards has started and Caprica is one of the contenders for the Favorite Sci-fi/Fantasy Show. (Follow the link to vote.) You can vote as many times as you like and write-in votes count too. Here are the categories for possible write-ins:

Favorite TV Drama
Favorite TV Drama Actor
Favorite TV Drama Actress
Favorite TV Obsession
Favorite TV Guest Star
Favorite TV Family

And if you wanna go crazy, there is also:
Favorite TV Doctor

You can also tweet your votes this year and tell your followers to do the same (retweets count too). For the instructions and list of hashtags for specific categories, go to People's Choice site.

NBC hasn't released any promotional stills at the Media Village this week, so here is just a quick round of cast updates before tonight's episode airs ("Things We Lock Away," 10 pm, Syfy):

Sasha Roiz tweeted that he is working on an independent film called Extracted.

Paula Malcomson will appear on The Event next Monday, in episode 1x06, "Loyalty," directed by Jonas Pate. SpoilerTV has the promo.

A short clip from behind the scenes of last week's Glee, directed by Eric Stoltz, showed up on YouTube a few days ago.

Brian Markinson will guest star on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in episode 11x07, "Bump and Grind," which airs on Thursday, November 4. The episode was directed by Michael Nankin.

Magda Apanowicz tweeted that her episode of Hellcats airs in three weeks.

John Pyper-Ferguson has two other movies coming out next week (at least in Canada, according to Toronto.com and the IMDb). One is the thriller Die, with Elias Koteas also starring. You can find more details at Dread Central. The other is this year's TIFF opener Score: A Hockey Musical. And you can still see him in Conviction, which was out last weekend. That's three down, one (A Night for Dying Tigers) to go.

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