9 items from 2015
Laura Vandervoort’ Bitten Space Saturdays 9 EST10 PSTConflicted werewolves!? Sure, why not? Female!? Yup. Just ask Laura Vandervoort who plays one on TV. The Space series Bitten is the first to feature a strong female lead that is indeed a deadly creature of the night. Vandervoort is bringing home fearlessly and embraces her powers. In terms of her human everyday self, Vandervoort is a woman with a generous heart, dedicated to animal welfare and living her best life. First, we had to know just how bad Elena becomes this season, armed with this new knowledge about her capacity for mayhem.Elena […] »
- Anne Brodie
Another Hollywood couple is no more. Laura Vandervoort, star of the Syfy series Bitten, and her fiancé Oliver Trevena have called off their engagement and broken up. A rep for Trevena confirmed the former couple's amicable separation to E! News earlier today. "They broke up before the holidays," a source also told Us magazine. The breakup comes over a year and a half after the pair first started dating. The 30-year-old Canadian actress and her Brit beau got engaged on Dec. 31, 2013 during a New Year's Year proposal at a castle in England. According to Us, "[They were] visiting a castle in England and it was a really romantic setting. Oliver told Laura to close her eyes at »
Tuesday, March 24, 10 p.m.: “Haunting: Australia” is an eight-episode unscripted series that chronicles the world’s top ghost hunters as they traverse Australia’s spookiest locations.
Thursday, April 2, 10 p.m.: “Olympus” is a new 13-episode mythological drama series. Starring Matt Frewer, Sonita Henry, Cas Anvar and Graham Shiels, the show captures the dangerous courage of a few brave men and women who banished the Gods to the realm of the unconscious — a place they called the Underworld or the Kingdom of Hades.
Friday, April 17, 8 p.m.: “Bitten” returns for a second season of supernatural thrills with a two-hour premiere. Beginning April 24, “Bitten” will air Fridays at 9 p.m. The werewolf drama stars Laura Vandervoort as Elena, the world’s only »
- Marianne Zumberge
For Lost Girl‘s Stateside fans, the beginning of the end will kick off Friday, April 17 at 10/9c, Syfy announced on Tuesday.
Syfy will on that date uncork the first eight episodes of the supernatural drama’s fifth and final season.
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April 17 is also when Syfy will premiere Season 2 of the Laura Vandervoort-fronted werewolf drama Bitten, starting with a two-hour premiere at 8 pm. (The show then makes its regular time slot debut the following Friday, at 9.)
The wedding bells have stopped chiming. Bitten star Laura Vandervoort and Young Hollywood host Oliver Trevena have called off their engagement, Us Weekly can exclusively reveal. The Canadian actress, 30, first showed off her stunning engagement ring from Trevena in February 2014. The couple started dating in mid-2013, and got engaged on on New Year's Eve in 2013, sources previously told Us. While they had been gearing up for their wedding for about a year, even holding an engagement party in March 2014, the two stars have since [...] »
Sneak Peek footage from Season 2 of the 'female werewolf' drama series "Bitten", returning February 7, 2015, starring actress Laura Vandervoort ('Supergirl' in "Smallville"), based on the New York Times best-selling novels by author Kelley Armstrong:
"...'Elena Michaels' (Vandervoort), the world's only female werewolf, is forced to take on life-threatening responsibilities in a male-dominated world.
"In Season 1, Elena was pushed to embrace her 'inner wolf'.
"Reunited with The Pack and her true love 'Clay Danvers' (Greyston Holt), nothing stands in the way of protecting her family and hunting down those who seek to destroy them.
"Season 2 sees The Pack on the hunt for 'Malcolm' (James McGowan). In their quest to capture him, they uncover a more sinister force that threatens the existence of the werewolf species. »
- Michael Stevens
CBS has found its Supergirl. Melissa Benoist has been cast as Kara Zor-El, aka Supergirl, for the superhero series of the same name that's in the works for this fall. Benoist - last seen in the Oscar-nominated movie Whiplash and on Glee - will play a denizen of Krypton who escaped amid its destruction years ago. Once she arrived to Earth, she hid the powers she shares with her famous cousin. But at 24, she opts to be the hero. CBS has given a series commitment to Supergirl, a DC Comics character that was first introduced to fanboys and girls in »
- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice
CBS has found its Supergirl. Melissa Benoist has been cast as Kara Zor-El, a.k.a. Supergirl, for the superhero series of the same name that's in the works for this fall. Benoist - last seen in the Oscar-nominated movie Whiplash and on Glee - will play a denizen of Krypton who escaped amid its destruction years ago. Once she arrived to Earth, she hid the powers she shares with her famous cousin. But at 24, she opts to be the hero. CBS has given a series commitment to Supergirl, a DC Comics character that was first introduced to fanboys and »
- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice
CBS has found its “Supergirl” in “Glee” alum Melissa Benoist. The hourlong drama pilot was written by Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler, and hails from Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.
The eponymous series centers on Superman’s cousin, Kara Zor-El, who escaped from Krypton amid the planet’s destruction years ago. Since arriving on Earth, she’s been hiding the powers she shares with her famous relative. But now at age 24, she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be.
“Supergirl” is the latest DC Comics-based show to emerge from Berlanti’s stable; the in-demand producer also oversees “Arrow” and “The Flash” for CBS sister net the CW. The drama was given a series commitment in September. Kara has previously been portrayed on the bigscreen by Helen Slater, and appeared on the CW’s Superman origin series “Smallville »
- Laura Prudom
9 items from 2015
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