Monday, 7 November 2011

Cast updates and new interviews with Jane Espenson, Carmen Moore and Scott Porter

A few updates to start the week.

Jamie Bamber guest stars on House tonight (9 pm, Fox, teaser below) and a new episode of Hart of Dixie with Scott Porter also airs at 9 pm, on the CW.

The Boston Herald has a new interview with Scott. He talks about Hart of Dixie, Friday Night Lights and the possibility of returning to The Good Wife. Snippet:
“Blake was the trickiest character I ever played,” he said.

Any chance Blake could return to stir up trouble?

“The (producers) and I have talked about it,” he said. “If Blake does come back, he’s going to come back in a much different capacity. This time, maybe, he’s the one who needs the help. It’s going to be great to see if he can repair those bridges that he burned. Not just burned, but dropped bombs on.”

Spoiler TV has the promotional photos from Grimm 1x04, "Lonelyhearts." Here are the ones with Sasha Roiz:

Luke Camilleri will be the first (and hopefully not the last) Caprica actor to show up on Once Upon a Time. According to the IMDB, he will appear in episode 1x05, "The Still Small Voice," which airs on November 27.

Dmitry Chepovetsky made an unannounced appearance in last week's episode of Supernatural, "The Mentalists." The episode will be available on one of these days.

Mortal Kombat: Legacy with Aleks Paunovic, Ryan Robbins and Tahmoh Penikett, is out on Blu-ray today. You can get it on Amazon.

Judas Kiss with Richard Harmon and Genevieve Buechner was released on DVD in the UK yesterday. Also available on Amazon.

Newsarama has an interview with Jane Espenson, Sean Hemeon and Cheeks from the New York Comic-Con. Can't embed the clip, so hit the link to watch it.

Blackstone TV has posted a new interview with Carmen Moore on YouTube. In it, she talks about her character's arc in the first season. For updates on Blackstone, you can follow Carmen and Blackstone TV on Twitter.

It looks like Christopher Heyerdahl won't be appearing in only one episode of Hell on Wheels. From Daniel Fienberg's review at Hitfix:

I sense that he's not a long-term answer, but temporarily salvation arrives in Episode 2 in the form of Christopher Heyerdahl's The Swede, the Union Pacific's head security man.

Heyerdahl, who I also thought was the only reason to watch "Sanctuary" (before I stopped watching "Sanctuary"), brings both menace and a marvelous sense of black humor to a role which hasn't become over-exposed yet. In the second through fifth episodes, every time The Swede is on the screen, "Hell on Wheels" becomes an infinitely more enjoyable series, no matter which characters he happens to be sharing the screen with. (...) I'll keep watching for Mount and for Common (still more of a presence than an actor, but a fine presence) and for Tom Noonan and for Heyerdahl.

Here are a couple of photos from this week's episode of Sanctuary, "Homecoming," with Chris Heyerdahl and Ryan Robbins:

And a sneak peek:

The trailer for In the Name of the King 2 with Aleks Paunovic has hit the web. The film will be out on DVD on Dec. 27.

The teaser for tonight's episode of House, with Jamie Bamber:

And the promo for tonight's Hart of Dixie, "The Undead & The Unsaid," with Scott Porter (9 pm, CW):

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