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Travel Under the Dome With A Special First Look

2 April 2013 1:40 PM, PDT

You heard it here when the upcoming Stephen King adaptation series, Under the Dome selected former Breaking Bad actor Dean Norris to be its star. Today, you can also see the very first look behind the scenes of the exciting new 13-episode CBS sci-fi series slated to start on June 24. You’ll see Norris in action as his town grapples with the completely unexpected.

Right away two of the stars I recognize in the teasing beginning footage are Rachelle Lefevre and Aisha Hinds. Lefevre is Julia, an investigative reporter and Hinds will play Carolyn Hill, a Los Angeles entertainment attorney who is trapped in the small town of Chester’s Mill with her partner and teenage daughter. They were only passing through on an important trip, when inexplicably the town is cut off from the rest of the world by a massive and impenetrable, clear dome. In today’s video, »

- Sasha Nova

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Esquire Network Acquires Burn Notice & Psych For Evolved Male Viewers

2 April 2013 11:54 AM, PDT

Are you an “evolved male”? If you are already, or intend to live the masculine life more refined, then the Esquire Network purports to be the television network for you. To win your viewership and aesthetic allegiance, the network has acquired two USA network shows. They are Burn Notice and Psych. Ready? Set. Refine!

Spring is the perfect time for new beginnings and the G4 network has been completely re-branded to become the Esquire Network. The goal? The network aims to offer programming to fully capture the sophisticated voice, unmistakable style and razor sharp wit that have already flavored the pages of Esquire magazine.

To that end, THR reports that repeats of two USA network dramas, Psych and Burn Notice, will join their line up. You can begin tuning in starting in late April. Episodes of Psych will rock your weekdays at 5 and 6 p.m., with episodes of Burn Notice »

- Sasha Nova

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Run Sookie, Run – True Blood Season 6 Tease

2 April 2013 11:37 AM, PDT

What is it about heroines and bad boys? At the end of True Blood, season 5, one such bad boy, the vampire, Eric Northman powered forth to rescue Sookie from certain death. What wonders will season 6 hold? Today’s trailer may spill some secrets as well as some blood. Be careful, you may get splattered.

Sparks literally fly in this heady new teaser. So much is going on! Has any season before had stakes this high? Guns, ghouls, lot’s of running, and a gorgeously bare-chested Alcide are all coming when the show returns to HBO on June 16. Did I fail to mention monster Bill?

The teaser does reveal that the season premier will pick up right where the season 5 finale left off. You do remember, don’t you? Ding dong, the king was killed. Eric put and end to Russell Edgington and saved the faeries.

Nora would have drained Sookie dry, »

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Sutter Dishes on Sons of Anarchy Season 6

2 April 2013 10:33 AM, PDT

Things, as they are inclined to do, are going to get crazy on Sons of Anarchy when it returns for its sixth season. We were left with a lot of big changes in the Season 5 finale – Tara going to jail and Bobby stepping down as VP – and we’re certainly going to see how those changes will affect the rest of the characters going forward. Picking up only days after the finale, Season 6 will put Samcro in the sights of its most dangerous adversary yet, but will anybody be ready for him? Kurt Sutter shared what we can look forward to from Sons in his typical fashion of not giving too much away while still hooking your interest.

Speaking with TVLine, Sutter mentioned U.S. Marshal Lee Toric’s (Donal Logue) seven-episode return. He likened him to being a painful thorn in Samcro’s side, with a mixture of lawful and outlaw, »

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NBC’s Community Casts Sara Bareilles

2 April 2013 9:17 AM, PDT

In the hopes of appearing like it’s still the meta loving masterpiece it once was, Community has gone out of its way to cast the wonderful Sara Bareilles in an upcoming episode involving puppetry. But it is not the puppetry that makes this episode particularly meta – Bareilles is responsible for the song “Gravity,” which has been played to death in many a Community shipping video, particular ones that pair Jeff with Annie. In fact, Community has already tackled this phenomenon by making its own shipping video in Season 2’s “Paradigm’s of Human Memory.” So why do we need Bareilles if this area has already been covered?

Well, according to TVLine, we don’t know why Bareilles was cast. Her role is being kept a secret. The only thing we can say with any certainty is she won’t be playing herself. Also appearing in the April 11 episode is Jason Alexander, »

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Bringing it On | a Jessica Bendinger Interview

1 April 2013 4:38 PM, PDT

A couple weeks ago I had the pleasure of speaking with Jessica Bendinger, screen writer, director, and now author.  Her best-known work, at least in my age demographic, is writing Bring It On.  Jessica also wrote and directed Stick It, with Missy Peregrim and Jeff Bridges, and last December she published her first novel with Simon & Schuster, titled The Seven Rays.  It’s a young adult caper into karma and destiny and love and teenage hilarity, and I got the scoop on her inspirations, intentions, and more in our conversation…which you can read below!

Elena:  I wanted to start by asking you about the soundtrack for The Seven Rays that’s on the book’s website.  Did you have anything to do with that?

Jessica Bendinger:  Oh, yeah, that was me.  I did the entire thing, that’s me—I am the soundtrack.  I started a record label »

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New Girl Finale Conspires To Go Out With Taylor Swift

1 April 2013 10:03 AM, PDT

Over the course of New Girl’s second season, there has been the occasional off-hand mention of country/pop singer and occasional actress Taylor Swift. But if you’re like me, then you’ve been reading between the lines, refusing to believe those apparently off the cuff remarks were inconsequential as they were portrayed to be. It was code: Taylor Swift is coming to New Girl. Friends laughed at me: “They’re just making referential humor, Brody. Taylor has better things to do than be on New Girl.” Well, I stand before you vindicated in my beliefs. Taylor Swift is coming to New Girl and there’s actual, credible proof!

And that proof is Entertainment Weekly confirming my months-long suspicions. Swift will be guest-starring in New Girl’s May 14 finale, playing Elaine, a very important guest at Cece and Shivrang’s wedding. Swift is set to begin shooting on set next week. »

- Brody Gibson

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Belle’s Unexpected Once Upon a Time Awakening

1 April 2013 9:37 AM, PDT

Be careful what you wish for. How long has Mr. Gold been trying to spark Belle’s memories on ABC’s magical series, Once Upon a Time? Well, when the show returns on April 21, he’ll get way more than he bargained for. We have pictures!

Love is a powerful motive, is it not? And the Rumplesiltskin/ Belle thread is one of the most unique in Once Upon a Time.

Get ready for an entirely different Belle. It’s time for actress Emilie de Ravin, who plays her, to really shine! Fans can expect to meet her “racy, cursed persona”, called Lacy, in the upcoming episode

During the episode, Mr. Gold chooses David to help jog the young lady’s long lost memories. This strategy results in a whopping awakening.

“Lacey’s very interesting,” Emilie De Ravin teased at PaleyFest. The show’s co-creator Eddy Kitsis added, “She’s the opposite of Belle. »

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June Has Bite – Reunites Fans With The Killing Season 3 & True Blood Season 6

1 April 2013 9:05 AM, PDT

June 2013 will be remembered as a month with some bite! Two very hot shows come back to their fans this June. Prepare yourselves for more True Blood and The Killing.

Sure, one fan-favorite series is paranormal in nature, while the other centers on a pair of Seattle cops, but both True Blood and The Killing at least have strong female leads in common with Anna Paquin as Sookie Stackhouse and actress Mireille Enos as Sarah Linden.

HBO’s True Blood, season 6, will be 10-episodes long and kick-off on June 16th at 9/8c. Interestingly enough, this is the very first True Blood season without executive producer Alan Ball in leadership. The show’s own Stephen Moyer, who plays the vampire, Bill Compton, will direct the season premier, titled “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”.

We’re sure you don’t need any persuasion to watch the new season, but we’ll give you some anyway. »

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Marilu Henner To Play Two And A Half Men Cougar?

1 April 2013 8:27 AM, PDT

Meeting the parents of someone you’re dating is always cause for anxiety, but in Walden’s case, meeting the grandmother is even more risky, not really for him, perhaps, but certainly for the young lady he’s dating! Get ready for the Two and a Half Men twist no one could have anticipated.

Is age really just a number? We’ll have to ask actress Marilu Henner. She’s gearing up to appear on the set of CBS’ Two and a Half Men. She’ll be a love interest for one of the fellas, and it ain’t Jon Cryer’s Alan! No foolin’!

TV Line had the news on a season-ending twist that is pretty remarkable. When Henner guest stars, she’ll play the grandmother of a woman that Ashton Kutcher’s Walden is dating. When he meets her, however, he’ll fall for Gram!

I’ve heard »

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