Star Trek: The Next Generation, and X-Men star Patrick Stewart will star in and co-produce Blunt Talk, a half-hour scripted comedy for STARZ. The cable network announced that they’d given the show –a two-season, 20-episode order. The series will be produced by Seth MacFarlane and Jonathan Ames. Ames created the series and will serve as showrunner, while MacFarlane will serve as executive producer through his Fuzzy Door Productions company. “Blunt Talk” will be produced by Media Rights Capital It will center on Walter Blunt (Stewart), a British import intent on conquering the world of American cable news. (Think Piers … Continue reading
This week saw the return of two big genre TV series, and set up a showdown for viewers on the night fewer people watch TV on than any other. And I don’t really watch either one of them. So I don’t really care. That’s right, I am not a regular viewer of either FRINGE or SUPERNATURAL. I am a bad geek. Now please don’t take that as a rebuke of either show. When I have on occasion caught them, I have enjoyed them. Fringe needs a little more attention paid to it, because clearly there is a dense mythology, and … Continue reading
CHUCK Season Premiere – 9-11pm Sunday Jan 11, 2010 Chuck vs. the Pink Slip Chuck vs. the Three Words Regular Timeslot 8pm Mondays begining Jan 12, 2010 Chuck vs. the Angel de la Muerte Starring: Zachary Levi Yvonne Strahovski Joshua Gomez Ryan McPartlin Sarah Lancaster and Adam Baldwin Created by Josh Schwartz Our Score: Chuck vs the Pink Slip – 8/10 Chuck vs the Three Words – 7.5/10 Chuck vs the Angel de la Muerte – 9/10 If CHUCK was on Fox, this weekend’s premiere would have been trumpeted as a 2 Night, 3hour event. Being NBC, I suppose we … Continue reading
John Casey’s “So you want to be a deadly spy?” If you can’t kill a goat, how can you kill a man and Captain Awesome’s tips to being awesome. CHUCK season 2 DVD and Blue ray is out January 5th.
There are a bunch of new promos for the coming third season of Chuck at NBC.com Here is the latest. See the rest, and catch up on episodes before Season 3 begins in January at NBC.com