A regular round of Tuesday updates:
Daemon's TV has the preview and photos.
Hellcats has only three episodes left this season. The show still hasn't been picked up and, since it came back from the break, it has been chalking Caprica's Friday night ratings. (If you're a fan, it's probably time to start spreading the word.)
A quick update on Eric Stoltz appearing on Wilfred, since the news was picked up by Spoiler TV, several other sites, and even Wilfred the Dog himself -- the original tweet from the show's casting director has been removed, so possibly daddy Graystone won't be making that appearance after all. (Thanks to the visitor who pointed this out.)
In more verified Stoltz news, he definitely did make an appearance at the Fort McCoy screening at the Newport Beach Film Festival over the weekend. There are pictures to prove it. And his episode of Glee airs a week from now.
Michael Rymer is also at the Newport Beach fest this week with Face to Face. He will be at the Q&A tonight and, if you're in the area, there will be another screening on May 5.
Less than a week from today, Sasha Roiz guest stars on Castle. ABC has released the teaser (without Sasha, you can see it on TVFanatic.com) and there is also a sneak peek on Spoiler TV (embedded):
ScriptShadow has a review of an early draft of the pilot for 17th Precinct. Deadline reported earlier this week that its prospects for getting picked up to series aren't so good, while Grimm is looking stronger. We'll know for sure on May 16 (NBC upfronts) if not sooner.
Fairly Legal with Michael Trucco has been picked up for a second season. They start production this summer and the show will be back in the first quarter of 2012. Hopefully, the rest of the Caprica and BSG cast will get a chance to guest star.
Episode four of Mortal Kombat: Legacy is online. Aleks Paunovic finally makes an appearance:
Here is a preview of next week's Sanctuary:
Red Eye Chicago has a cool behind-the-scenes clip with Ryan Robbins and Robin Dunne showing how they filmed yesterday's episode.
Bear McCreary has posted an entry about the Battlestar Galactica Piano Book and his YouTube channel, saying he wants to feature BSG fans' performances on it. Details on Bear's blog if you're interested.
The trailer for his latest (known) project, Red Faction: Origins, directed by Michael Nankin and starring Robert Patrick, Kate Vernon, SGU's Brian J. Smith and Gareth David-Lloyd from Torchwood, is available on Entertainment Weekly.