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Chicago – There is a certain undefinable screen presence that makes some actresses look more comfortable on TV than others. Sarah Michelle Gellar has it. Juliana Margulies has it. Edie Falco definitely has it. Another actress who just seems at home on the small screen is Rachel Bilson, the former star of “The O.C.” who carries the new CW show “Hart of Dixie” to the back-handed praise of “moderately entertaining” but even she can’t save some cliched writing and the generic set-up. She does a reasonably good job making the premiere worth a look, but one-woman shows can only last so long before the supporting cast and the other issues with the program become more problematic.
Television Rating: 3.0/5.0
The lovely Bilson plays Zoe Hart, a smart young lady who graduated at the top of her medical school class and was ready for a sure-to-come fellowship that unexpectedly fell through. Lost and completely unsure of herself, »
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The CW sent us some promos for Hart of Dixie, a new show coming to the network this month starring Rachel Bilson. The daily grind at the Boomtron Imperium is a series of choices. What to post, what to pass on, weighted by personal interest and what we feel fans most want to see. Hart of Dixie was a pass until genius marketing attacked my simple mind with the image above. Still, I’d feel odd drafting a post just because of a single image of Bilson, even if she seems to have returned from previous problems in fine form, but this was remedied as not second later we were also sent episode photos for the upcoming pilot, set to debut next week (September 26th). With the gallery came a episode, and I suppose series, synopsis. Check it below:
- Jay Tomio
Just a heads-up before I start: now you can get updates from Caprica TV on Facebook, too, at Facebook.com/CapricaTV.
First off, big congrats to at Esai Morales on winning an award for Best Actor in a Feature Film at FilmOut San Diego's Lgbt Film Festival, where Gun Hill Road also picked up the award for Best First Narrative Feature, and Judas Kiss won for Best Screenwriting.
Also congrats to Callum Keith Rennie on nabbing a Gemini for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role for Shattered, and to the Blackstone team on winning two awards this year. Carmen Moore posted a few photos from the event on Facebook.
And congratulations to David Weddle, Bradley Thompson and everyone else working on Alphas on getting picked up for a second season! No word yet if John Pyper-Ferguson will be recurring in season two, but he will »
3 items from 2011
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