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Haven is careening towards a season finale that is coming far too soon, as it does every year. Tonight’s new episode is number 11 of 13 for the season. Eric Balfour (Duke) told me last month that this is his favorite episode of the season, because guest stars Danny Masterson (Men at Work, That ‘70s Show) and Kris Lemche (Joan of Arcadia, Ghost Whisperer) are his offscreen friends. Friends who are playing… the Darkside Seekers!
Yes those “famous” fictional investigators of the strange and unusual have finally made it to our favorite strange and unusual town, which should make for another excellent episode. Check out the featurettes that “they” shot, as well as a TV spot and a chilling clip from the new episode:
Featurette: Haven – Season 4: Darkside Seekers At the Herald »
- Erin Willard
Ever wonder how no one in the wider world knows about the strange stuff that's been happening in Haven? You don't have to wonder anymore: They do know. At least, they know in the strange and obscure corners of the Internet where the Darkside Seekers thrive.
In "Shot in the Dark," the two men who make up the Darkside Seekers -- played by Danny Masterson ("That '70s Show," "Men at Work") and Kris Lemche ("Joan of Arcadia") -- arrive in the small Maine town. They're seeking the truth behind stories of a monster that steals hearts in the middle of the night.
But this is "Haven." There's an excellent chance that monsters have nothing to do with this. Will the two guys find a Troubled person behind the attacks? How will the regular residents of Haven react when outsiders come to town?
Considering how Audrey and William ended up shot »
Gravity Falls is not your normal kid’s show… although, by today’s standards, maybe it’s pretty close. Following the adventures of siblings Dipper and Mabel, the show is filled with the odd and mysterious happenings of Gravity Falls, Oregon. Sent to stay for a summer with the great uncle, or “grunkle,” Stan, the pair soon learn that The Mystery Shack, a tourist trap house of oddities run by said grunkle, is the least strange thing the town has to offer.
Dipper and Mabel, awesomely sarcastic and witty characters, stumble onto a secret journal detailing some of the curiosities at play in the town, and surrounding woods, and learn that you don’t have to go far to be lost in the madness of zombies, ghosts, and wicked gnomes.
While the show revolves around the mysteries and supernatural, it is clearly always aware of its characters, where they actually get their charm, »
- Marc Eastman
You didn’t really think we’d seen the last of Colin Ferguson on Haven, did you? The mysterious William returns tonight, so maybe we’ll start getting some answers about those nasty bad men from inside the barn and that handprint that keeps showing up.
TV Spot: Haven – Episode 409
Clip: Haven – Episode 409 Sneak Peek
And they aren’t the only visitors to Haven. Remember when the also-myterious “Darkside Seekers” took over the Haven Twitter account before the season began? We’re finally going to be seeing them onscreen in two weeks, on the 22nd.
New York – November 7, 2013 – Danny Masterson (Men at Work, That ‘70s Show) and Kris Lemche (Joan of Arcadia, Ghost Whisperer) join the cast of Syfy’s popular series Haven as guest stars in the episode airing Friday, November 22 at 10Pm (Et/Pt).
In the cross-over episode, titled “A Shot in the Dark, »
- Erin Willard
The Darkside Seekers are coming to "Haven." Paranormal investigators Anderson Harris and Seth Byrne will finally arrive in the Maine town for the Nov. 22 episode, "A Shot in the Dark."
In case you missed it, the duo of Darkside Seekers have been featured in a "Haven"-adjacent web series throughout the main show's fourth season. Having heard about the mysterious and supernatural happenings of this town, the men finally arrive when reports emerge about a murder victim with no heart.
Masterson ("That '70s Show," "Men at Work") plays Anderson Harris, the equipment man on the Darkside Seekers team. Although a skeptic, he will always keep his camera rolling. Lemche ("Joan of Arcadia," "Ghost Whisperer") is true believer Seth Byrne, the host of the Darkside Seekers show.
In "A Shot in the Dark," the Darkside Seekers threaten »
London — Oliver Simon and Daniel Baur’s K5 Intl. has acquired all international rights to comedy “We’ll Never Have Paris,” the directorial debut from Simon Helberg, who plays Howard Wolowitz on “The Big Bang Theory.” K5 will kick-off sales at the Afm.
The pic follows the hyper-neurotic Quinn Berman (Helberg), who enters into a quarter-life crisis when his co-worker Kelsey (Grace), a tall, hot, blonde, confesses her love for him, just moments before he plans to propose to his girlfriend, Devon (Lynskey). His life is thrown into a tailspin when Devon leaves him and takes off for Paris. In a noble effort to win her back, Quinn follows her to the city of love, only to discover that she has developed feelings for a French violin virtuoso.
The screenplay was penned by Helberg, who also plays the lead. The pic, which was co-directed by actor/director Jocelyn Towne (pictured »
- Leo Barraclough
You know Mary Steenburgen as an Emmy-nominated and Oscar-winning actress -- she's starred in everything from "Wilfred" to "Joan of Arcadia" to "Melvin and Howard," the latter her Oscar role. Recently, though, she's added "singer and songwriter" to her list of accomplishments.
Steenburgen, who is married to "CSI" star Ted Danson, was profiled on "CBS News Sunday Morning" this week and says that after a recent surgery on her arm, "the music started." She began hearing music everywhere and felt the need to start writing down what she was experiencing.
"At one point I kind of looked in the mirror and said, you know, you're a mom, you're a wife, people count on you, you can't go off the deep end into this kind of crazy, musical swirl," she says.
But she started to pursue it, and she's now written some 40 songs -- and even signed a songwriting contract with Universal Music. »
That didn't take very long.
The character debuted last week as Jenny, Charlie Harper's illegitimate daughter who moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. She's now residing with Ashton Kutcher's Walden and Jon Cryer's Alan and shares something with her deceased father: an attraction to women.
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
Tamblyn joined the show as a guest star this season, playing the role of Charlie Harper’s illegitimate daughter. She appears in five of the season’s first six episodes.
Tamblyn’s character Jenny moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting and to connect with what’s left of her family (her father was played on the show by Charlie Sheen). Jenny is now living in Walden’s (Ashton Kutcher) beach house, along with her uncle Alan (Jon Cryer). She happens to like everything her dad liked – including women.
Tamblyn previously rose to fame 10 years ago on CBS’ “Joan of Arcadia,” for which she received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations.
- Daniel Goldblatt
Make yourself at home, Jenny! One week after making her debut on Two and a Half Men's season premiere, as Charlie Harper's illegitimate lesbian daughter Jenny, Amber Tamblyn has been made a series regular on the long-running CBS sitcom, Deadline reports. The Joan of Arcadia actress, 30, was initially signed on to appear in just five of the first six episodes of the comedy's 11th season, but both she and her bosses were eager to extend the run. Speaking with Entertainment Weekly about her role in late [...] »
It’s not 2016 yet, but Hillary Clinton has already chalked up a victory of sorts.
Soon after CNN decided not to pursue its Hillary Clinton documentary, NBC has chosen to drop its own planned miniseries about the former First Lady/Secretary of State and likely presidential hopeful.
“After reviewing and prioritizing our slate of movie/miniseries development, we’ve decided that we will no longer continue developing the Hillary Clinton miniseries,” the network said Monday in a statement.
NBC entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt first announced »
- Kimberly Roots
Mennnnnnn… and a young woman.
When CBS’ Two and a Half Men opens Season 11 tonight at 9:30/8:30c, Amber Tamblyn comes a-knocking as the daughter Charlie Harper never knew he had. Yet Jenny shares much in common with her late dad — including a love for (lots of) women.
In this candid, quippy TVLine Q&A, TV’s erstwhile Joan of Arcadia sets the record straight on her character’s “label,” cheers her cherubic countenance and reveals what she would look for in a lady love(r).
Photos | Fall TV Spoiler Spectacular: Scoop on Two and a Half Men and »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Amber Tamblyn is no stranger to the realm of TV, but this time she’s in uncharted territory: sitcoms. Known for her roles in dramas such as Joan of Arcadia and House, Tamblyn is set to guest star in a five-episode arc — with the possibility of a recurring role — on the upcoming 11th season of Two and a Half Men. With her first-ever sitcom appearance airing tonight, Tamblyn spoke with Entertainment Weekly about portraying the previously unknown daughter of Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen), as well as more ventures on the horizon.
Entertainment Weekly: Tell me about your character, Charlie Harper’s long-lost daughter. »
- Maricela Gonzalez
On TV this Thursday: Glee and Grey’s come back from cliffhangers, Parks and Recreation and Elementary both head across the pond, The Crazy Ones and The Michael J. Fox Show premiere, and more of your favorite shows return. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Parks and Recreation (NBC) | Hour-long Season 6 premiere: Most of the Pawnee gang travels to London when Leslie wins an award. Meanwhile, Tom tries to figure out who’s competing with Rent-a-Swag, and Ann and Chris begin their journey toward leaving the show. Heidi Klum (Project Runway), Henry Winkler (Arrested Development) and Lucy Lawless (Spartacus) guest-star. »
- Misha Solomon
New Two And A Half Men season 11,episode 1 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CBS. Recently,CBS served up the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Two And A Half Men" episode 1 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "Nangnangnangnang,” and it sounds like it'll be quite intriguing as Charlie's long lost lesbian daughter will hit up the scene, and more. In the new,1st episode press release: Alan is going to be shocked when Charlie’s 25-year-old daughter shows up at Walden’s beach house to connect with what’s left of her family, and who happens to like everything her dad liked, including women. Actress, Amber Tamblyn (“Joan of Arcadia”), will play Charlie’s long-lost illegitimate daughter, named Jenny. Episode 1 is due to air on Thursday night, September 26th on CBS. Stay tuned. »
In the early 2000s, 24's determined, principled David Palmer got American television audiences used to the idea of a black president. And then, by the late 2000s, lo and behold we elected a black president. Now CBS may similarly be hoping to change the course of American history by asking what if the most powerful diplomat in the world—the U.S. Secretary of State—was a woman? Besides, you know, three of the last five Secretaries of State. Madame Secretary, from Joan Of Arcadia creator Barbara Hall and co-producer Morgan Freeman (the movies' favorite black president), concerns a »
Hillary Clinton is providing inspiration for one potential TV project and problems for another.
As TVLine previously reported, the former secretary of state and possible 2016 presidential candidate is the subject of an announced NBC miniseries starring Diane Lane.
But our sister site Deadline reports that the project was the reason behind the Republican National Committee voting Friday to block the Peacock Net — as well as CNN, which is planning to air a documentary on Clinton in 2014 — from hosting Gop primary debates.
Not long after the Rnc’s vote, NBC released a statement that leaves the project’s future up in the air. »
- Kimberly Roots
Television projects about female secretaries of state appear to be gaining in popularity these days. CBS is developing the drama "Madame Secretary," which will explore "the personal and professional life of a maverick female Secretary of State as she drives international diplomacy, wrangles office politics and balances a complex family life." Also read: FCC Chief on CBS, TWC Battle: Settle, or We'll Sue The project, which has received a script deal, is being written by Barbara Hall, who brought the world "Joan of Arcadia." Hall is also executive producing. The project comes from CBS »
- Tim Kenneally
Exclusive: While NBC is grappling with controversy triggered by its planned miniseries about Former Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton, CBS is putting in development a drama series about a fictional female Secretary of State. Madame Secretary, from Joan Of Arcadia creator Barbara Hall and Oscar winner Morgan Freeman, explores the personal and professional life of a maverick female Secretary of State as she drives international diplomacy, wrangles office politics and balances a complex family life. Hall is writing the project, from CBS TV Studios and Freeman’s Revelations Entertainment. She is executive producing with Revelations’ Freeman, Lori McCreary and Tracy Mercer. Hall is with UTA, Brillstein Entertainment and Ziffren Brittenham; Freeman is with CAA. NBC’s mini Hillary, which has led to the network’s exclusion from Gop primary presidential debates, recounts Clinton’s life as a wife, mother, politician and cabinet member from 1998 to the present, including her four-year stint as Secretary of State. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The CBS comedy's upcoming eleventh season will see Amber Tamblyn recur as Jenny, Charlie Harper's (Charlie Sheen) illegitimate daughter. “She's just amazing! I've been working with her all week, and I'm beyond excited," Kutcher told "Extra."
The "Joan of Arcadia" star's character comes to Los Angeles to pursue acting and connect with what's left of her family, including her uncle Alan (Jon Cryer). According to CBS, Jenny "likes everything her dad liked -- including women."
"Two and a Half Men" Season 11 will also see another change -- the show will be getting new credits without longtime star Angus T. Jones. The actor who shot to fame playing Jake Harper on "Two and a Half Men" has left the CBS comedy as a series regular, but could still appear on the show.
"Two and a Half Men" returns on Thursday, »
- Chris Harnick
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