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The Deep End will be premiering on January 21st and ABC has already started airing several promos for its new midseason show. I hope to have a review of the pilot episode for you later this week. Until then, watch the promos below and also take a look at the promo photos from the pilot episode that I previously posted.
ABC Announces The Premiere Of "The Deep End," Thursday, January 21 At 8:00 P.M., Et
ABC announces the series premiere of new drama "The Deep End," which brings to life the tragedies and triumphs of five earnest twenty-something first-year associates fighting to stay afloat in one of Los Angeles' top law firms, Thursday, January 21 (8:00-9:00 p.m., Et), on the ABC Television Network.
In a city where wealth and power rule, everyone strives to make it to the top. For five eager and attractive law associates, being accepted »
The Deep End, the new midseason show from ABC, premieres on January 21st. Normally, I might say something along the lines "oh, no…..not another law show". But I've fallen in love with The Good Wife, so I'm not as skeptical lately.
Plus, I just took a look at the promo photos for the pilot episode and realized that this show stars Billy Zane. Billy Zane! Dude is badass. I don't know why, I just love him. And you know that if a walk-off breaks out in the show, Billy Zane will be around to call it. So things are already looking up.
Oh, and for all you Twilight fans, that chick who got fired from the third movie is making a guest appearance in the pilot episode on January 21st. Check out the photos below. I'm hoping to get some video previews for you all soon.
ABC Announces The Premiere Of "The Deep End, »
Identical cousins is not something you see on television everyday (and, okay, with good reason), but the odd duo played by Patty Duke won over audiences in a big way. Created by Sidney Sheldon and William Asher (who would go on to direct Bewitched, Gidget, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and more), The Patty Duke Show managed a fairly impressive run and was a lot of fun. The complete first season release, which may be worth it to some for the pilot alone, is really a nice treatment considering the relative obscurity of the show today. On 6 discs, the episodes look surprisingly good considering when they were filmed and the fact that the show isn't going to get a major restoration effort. The set also includes brand-new interviews with Patty Duke, William Schallert, Paul O'Keefe, and Eddie Applegate. »
- Marc Eastman
Here’s a list of some of the new movie and TV shows coming to DVD and Blu-ray this week that we’re looking forward to seeing. Also, there’s some classic, and not-so-classic, movies hitting Blu-ray for the first time this week as well.
Of all the new releases, we’re particularly interested in the Blu-ray versions of movies and TV shows like The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, Monsters vs. Aliens, The Guild Seasons 1 & 2, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies and Life on Mars: The Complete Series. There’s also a new DVD box set that made us laugh out loud in its awesomeness: Cagney & Lacey: The Menopause Years. Yes, that’s real.
Check them out.
The Lost and Found Family ~ Lucas Till, »
- Joe Gillis
4 items from 2009
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