NBC Supersizes ‘Chuck,’ Gives Full-Season Order To ‘Chase’

NBC on Tuesday granted full-season orders to freshman action-drama ‘Chase‘ and the forever-on-the-bubble ‘Chuck.’ In fact, ‘Chuck’ received more than a back 9 order; NBC added 11 episodes to the spy comedy’s season, for a total of 24. NBC Orders Full Seasons Of ‘The Event,’ ‘LOLA’ and ‘Outsourced’ To date, the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced ‘Chase’ has […]

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‘Vampire Diaries’ Biggest Time Leap Will Reveal Katherine’s Origin

The CW’s ‘The Vampire Diaries‘ will take viewers on their biggest trip through time to shed light on Elena’s dark doppelganger. “The episode that we start shooting on Tuesday is set around 1490” – and in Bulgaria – executive producer Julie Plec shared backstage at New York Comic-Con on Sunday. “We’ve talked about wanting to […]

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Tim Roth: ‘Lie To Me’ Is Now The Show We Always Wanted To Do

Fox’s ‘Lie To Me’ kicks off its third season this Monday at 9/8c, and to hear series lead Tim Roth tell it, the crafty drama is now truly fulfilling its potential. What’s on the horizon for the coming episodes? More craftiness, more types of cases, and more women for Cal (if only to agitate Foster). […]

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‘Smallville’s Final Season: What Happens Next?

‘Smallville‘s 10th and final season took flight last week by confirming that Lois now knows Clark’s super secret (though he doesn’t know she knows) and setting the tone for Clark’s season-long journey (he must rid himself of darkness to achieve his destiny). Also, Tess and viewers were introduced to the world of Lex clones (um, […]

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‘Bones’ Newcomer: ‘Hannah Truly Does Love Booth’

Say what you will about third-party interlopers introduced to form a romantic triangle – or as is usually the case, to keep a “Will They/Won’t They” couple from sealing the deal – ‘Bones‘ newcomer Katheryn Winnick wants viewers to know one thing: She’s got your boy’s best interests (meaning his heart) at heart. “I hope […]

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Gay TV Characters On The Rise: ABC Tops List, CBS In Last

According to the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s 15th annual “Where We Are on TV” report, the number of gay or lesbian characters appearing on scripted broadcast series increased 3.9 percent for the coming season – or 23 out of some 600 characters. The previous year-to-year gain reported by GLAAD had been 3 percent. […]

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