Friday, 14 January 2011

Friday updates

Beginning of Line has an interview Pema Newton, who wrote the first story of "Caprica: Season 2." You can read the story here: Are You Alive? The interview is here.

The site is still looking for submissions, so if you're a writer or can draw or do graphics, fake video ads, or web comics, check out the submission guidelines.

There is a new interview with Eric Stoltz in The Guardian's tech section, mostly about his colourful relationship with technology. You can read it here.

Spoiler TV has an air date for his episode of Off the Map. (From the last interview, he may have directed more than one, though.)

And a guy from RumorFix tweets that he'll direct another episode of Glee.

Spoiler TV also has the press release for House 7x10, "Carrot or Stick," with Sasha Roiz. (The promo that aired the other week was not just for ep 7x09 as it turns out, so Sasha's episode airs on Monday, January 24, not next week.) Pizquita has a couple of pictures.

Magda Apanowicz will be back on Hellcats in the second half of the season.The show returns on January 25. The next couple of episodes (1x12 & 1x13) were co-written by Kevin Murphy. Teryl Rothery, Aaron Douglas, and Ben Cotton are back in episode 1x13, "Worried Baby Blues," and Ryan Kennedy should be back in episode 1x14, if not sooner.

Brian Markinson will guest star on Fairly Legal (USA's new show with Sarah Shahi & Michael Trucco) in episode 1x03, "The Two Richards." No definite air date yet, but the show premieres on Thursday, January 20 at 10 pm and IMDb says that Philip Granger (Tanner Willow), Ryan Kennedy (Odin), Katie Keating (Prefect Caston), Luc Roderique (Lexon), and Iris Paluly (Jax) are all in the pilot.

Zak Santiago will guest star in a couple of episodes of V (2x07 and 2x08) according to the IMDb. The episodes are called "Birth Pangs" and "Uneasy Lies the Head" and will air on Feb. 22 and March 1.

Jane Espenson and Drew Z. Greenberg are writing a new pilot, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), for Syfy. Report from THR:

The project, which comes from ITV Studios America, was announced last May. The network acquired rights to the British detective show for development as a possible hourlong series. Howard Braustein was announced as an executive producer.

Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) centers on Hopkirk, who was murdered while investigating a case and returned as a ghost, only seen by his ex-partner Randall.

Finally, the two episodes of Human Target that were supposed to air the other day but didn't will air tonight (8 pm, Fox) instead. Kendall Cross is in the first one, "Imbroglio."

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