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SyFy’s Three Inches Gets Spiked, Razored, And Torched – James Marsters, Stephanie Jacobsen, And Naoko Mori Join The Cast

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SyFy’s Three Inches gets bigger and bigger by the minute! James Marsters (Dragonball 2, Caprica, Smallville) recently revealed that he will be starring in SyFy’s upcoming ninety-minute pilot, Three Inches. In addition to Marsters, Stephanie Jacobsen (Melrose Place, Battlestar Galactica: Razor) and Naoko Mori (Lennon Naked, Torchwood) have been cast as regulars.

Check out the show’s press release with official summary and breakdown in the casting line-up:

Syfy Pilot Three Inches Casts James Marsters, Andrea Martin, Stephanie Jacobsen, Antony Del Rio, Naoko Mori, Kyle Schmid And Brandon Jay McLaren

New York City, New York – August 26, 2010 – Syfy’s Three Inches has added an all-star cast to the 90-minute pilot, starring Noah Reid (Strange Days at Blake Holsey High). James Marsters (Smallville, Caprica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Andrea Martin (My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Sctv Network), Stephanie Jacobsen (Melrose Place, Battlestar Galactica: Razor), Antony Del Rio (The Super Hero Squad Show
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PBS leads kids' Emmy noms with 18

NEW YORK -- PBS led the field vying for Daytime Emmy Awards in children's programming with 18 nominations, while Discovery Kids received 15.

The nominations were announced Wednesday during the Kidscreen Summit at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers here.

PBS and Discovery Kids were the only media to receive double-digit nominations. Nickelodeon was in third place with three nominations, followed by two for Discovery Channel and one each for Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, Fox, Lifetime, NBC, WarnerBros.com and Kids' WB!

Nominated for outstanding children's series are Assignment Discovery (Discovery), Endurance: High Sierras (Discovery Kids), Reading Rainbow (PBS) and Strange Days at Blake Holsey High (Discovery Kids). Competing for the preschool children's series award are Hi-5 (Discovery Kids), Hip Hop Harry (Discovery Kids), It's a Big Big World (PBS), "Paz" (Discovery Kids)" and Sesame Street (PBS).

Sesame Street and Reading Rainbow are the only shows nominated for outstanding writing. Discovery Kids has a lock on the category of children/youth/family special with the only three nominations for A Year on Earth, The Great Polar Bear Adventure and Saving a Species: The Great Penguin Rescue.

Five programs received nominations for outstanding children's animated program: Arthur and Curious George (both PBS), Peep and the Big Wide World (Discovery Kids), Time Warp Trio (NBC) and Toddworld (Discovery Kids)."

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