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Three things to check out on TV tonight.
Fans of ABC's hit drama, "Once Upon a Time" will be able to submit questions and receive real-time responses from writer/consulting producer Jane Espenson, who will be up on Twitter at @JaneEspenson during the West Coast broadcast of the show on Sunday, February 12 from 8:00-9:00 p.m., Pt. Espenson will also offer commentary and behind-the-scenes anecdotes about working on the show.
On Sunday's episode, "Skin Deep" - which was written by Espenson -- after Mr. Gold's house is robbed, Emma keeps a close eye on him when it looks like he wants to track down the criminal and dole out some vigilante justice as payback, »
The weekly wrap:
First, there are two things to check out on TV tonight.
And Winston Rekert, Maya Massar and Hrothgar Mathews (Obal in "Unvanquished," Helen the widow in "Retribution" and Dave in "Apotheosis") appear in Goodnight for Justice, a western starring Luke Perry, which also airs at 8 pm, on Hallmark. Synopsis and preview at Daemon's TV.
Some great news on other fronts:
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
02/15/2012 (10:00Pm - 11:00Pm) (Wednesday) : When A Family Is Massacred In Their Home, The Investigation Into Their Lives Forces Detective Rollins (Kelli Giddish) To Reveal A Career-threatening Secret. Jake T. Austin And Esai Morales Guest Star.
A gunman storms a family’s home, »
First, a reminder that the last two episodes of Prime Suspect air tonight at 9 pm on NBC.
And a bunch of cast news:
And also congrats to the Gun Hill Road team on the nomination for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film (Limited Release). Still no DVD release date for Ghr.
The weekly round-up (with a few additional bits coming tomorrow):
Is the project dead? Read more after the jump. ...
"No not at all," said Syfy original programming president Mark Stern. "We're trying to figure out the economics right now. I love it but we're trying to put various things together to see how we're going to get it made. My hope is we get it figured out." (...)
Stern said the pilot was a good test to prove the technology could be used in series, although he acknowledged it will likely take a year to get the show on air after it's ordered due to the amount of post-production work that will be required on every episode. »
Dropping straight down from our neighbors to the North, the Canadian independent feature Separation brings us the story of a couple initially struggling to save their marriage, then struggling to save their lives. (There's the quote for the back of your DVD, guys!)
The trailer for Separation (featured below) has a Straw Dogs feel to it. The film stars Sarah Manninen (Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story) and Peter Stebbings (The Listener) with Dmitry Chepovetsky (ReGenesis), Rob deLeeuw (The Business) and Al Sapienza (Margin Call). Separation was written and directed by Greg White and produced in Ontario under the Actra Tip Program by Birchmount Entertainment Inc.
Keep up-to-date with the film on the Separation Facebook page as the official release nears. Olly olly oxen free.
Thanks to DC reader Avery for the heads-up!
- Doctor Gash
5 items from 2012
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