Thursday, 11 November 2010

Poll: Caprica 1x15, "The Dirteaters"

All right, Caprica 1x15, "The Dirteaters," is finally out there. The episode was written by Matthew B. Roberts, who previously wrote "The Imperfections of Memory," and directed by John Dahl, who also directed "False Labor."

Returning guest stars include Scott Porter, Panou, Peter Wingfield, Teryl Rothery, Jorge Montesi, Sina Najafi and Genevieve Buechner. New faces are Aleks Paunovic (William Adama, Sr.), Alison Araya (Isabelle Adama, not Marie), Elisabeth Rosen (Kolibri), Daleal Monjazeb (Young Joseph), and Alexander Kambolis (Young Sam). Brian Markinson is back as Agent Duram.

The Thirteenth Colony has the recap. You can rate the episode below.

And you can find some campaign updates at the Save Caprica blog and

In other news:

Final reminder that several familiar faces are on Hellcats tonight at 9 pm on the CW network. Magda Apanowicz tweeted last week that this was her first episode on the show, Aaron Douglas is in the promos, and Teryl Rothery and Ben Cotton are among the credited cast on the IMDb. Next week's episode, says the IMDb, was written by Matthew Roberts.

Everyone (almost everyone, anyway) who isn't on Hellcats is on Riese. A new episode has been posted at

Alessandra Torresani hosted Attack of the Show yesterday. You can watch a couple of clips at G4TV: clip 1, clip 2, clip 3. She also posted this gem on her blog, which you absolutely don't wanna miss. 

One of the execs on Private Practice mentioned that Eric Stoltz is directing episode 4x11 this season. No details out yet, but the ep will probably air on Thursday, December 9 at 10 pm. Just as probably, his episode of Off the Map is 1x05, "I'm Here," but that one won't air until February.

The Arts Club blog has an interesting new article about Hiro Kanagawa's play, The Patron Saint of Stanley Park, which opens in a couple of weeks in Vancouver.

And Ron Moore has a new project, an action adventure show called The McCulloch, which he just sold to NBC. Elsewhere, Deadline has some new details on the remake of The Wild Wild West, which he writing and producing with Naren Shankar for CBS.

You can rate "The Dirteaters" here:

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