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NBC is planning to unveil some Parks & Recreation merchandise, according to The Hollywood Reporter. That includes a set of trading cards, motivational posters featuring Leslie Knope and a bunch of Ron Swanson merchandise. I guess NBC’s research said that I’m the only one who uses the moniker “dream man Ben Wyatt.’
Who needs astronaut Mike Dexter when there’s Ben Wyatt?
HBO’s rapture pilot The Leftovers just added one more to its cast. Deadline reports that Liv Tyler has joined the cast as a woman getting wedding jitters as the big day nears, which gets her noticed by the local mysterious cult.
I’m sure some of you are interested in the pictures of the new Big Brother house in The Hollywood Reporter. It looks good, but it’s not a major rebuild. Since the last season I enjoyed continues to be season six’s “Summer »
- Lyle Masaki
Garden State, you may find yourself deflowered after the madness of Monster-Mania Con 25 hits this summer. The powerhouse convention will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ, August 16-18, and the joint may never be the same.
With a lineup of guests that includes the iconic George A. Romero, Carrie Fisher, Christopher Lloyd, and Malcolm McDowell (just to name a few), Monster-Mania Con 25 is sure to be an unforgettable experience. Want to see some new faces? How about the three main cast members of Syfy's "Being Human" - Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, and Meaghan Rath - as well as Jessica Clark, "Lilith" from "True Blood"; Claire Coffee, "Adalind" from "Grimm"; and Chandler Riggs, "Carl" from "The Walking Dead"?
More guests and events are being added all the time, so be sure to click the links below to keep updated.
For more info, including hotel and ticket details, »
- Scott Hallam
Zap2it: Your "Royal Pains" character, Dr. Hank Lawson, was injured in an explosion at the end of Season 4. How do we find him as Season 5 of the USA show begins Wednesday (June 12)?
Mark Feuerstein: There are a lot of moments where that comes into play, and I won't reveal just how well or not well Hank remains when we return. There are moments that are darker because Hank is recovering, or trying to, and then there are light, fun and breezy "Royal Pains" moments.
The writers did a brilliant job of navigating when it was time to tell the story of Hank's recovery and when it was time to put that aside and let him possibly return to the usual life that our show depicts.
Zap2it: How was the continuity of playing that for you?
Mark Feuerstein: Having treated many "patients" on the show, to have »
For most teens, moving back home after a five-year absence might not be too big of a deal. But for 16-year old Danny Desai, it’s quite a jolt because he’s been away due to murdering his aunt when he was 11 years old.
Welcome to the world of Twisted, the new ABC Family drama premiering tonight after another series based on murder and mystery, Pretty Little Liars. Like that smash, Twisted is filled with secrets, lies and, of course, romance within its attractive teen cast.
Here is a TV Fanatic Primer on who is who in the world of Twisted, with a little help from from my recent stop at the Los Angeles set...
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Halterman)
Frances Conroy needs to see a doctor. Good thing there are two handsome ones living next door.
In this exclusive clip, Conroy plays Blythe Ballard, whose “family started the Hamptons,” as Evan eagerly tells Hank. When she comes to the brothers with worrying arm pain, Blythe makes the first of several appearances at Shadow Pond. »
- Rebecca Iannucci
"...set in the world of the NBC series, "Grimm", 'Detective Nick Burkhardt' of the 'Portland Police Bureau' learns he is descended from a line of guardians known as 'Grimms'...
"He is now charged with keeping balance between humanity and the mythological creatures called 'Wesen'..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Grimm"....
- Michael Stevens
Directed by Norberto Barba
Airs Tuesday 10.00pm Est on NBC
The makers of Grimm cheekily asked us if we saw the big season finale plot twist coming. Why yes, we did. Nick and Juliette have spent an entire season being kept apart – mainly by her amnesia, but also by the interventions of assorted Wesen – only to be allowed to finally kiss in the second-to-last show. It wasn’t too difficult to predict that something was about to come between them. And, as expected, something did.
It also wasn’t too difficult to predict that this time it wouldn’t be Juliette who has to suffer at the hands of Wesen antics. She has only just arrived in Team Grimm and it would seem cruel to snatch her away again before she has a chance to do more than inject »
- Cath Murphy
NBC’s Grimm boxed up its sophomore season with an audience of 5.22 million viewers and a 1.7 rating, steady week-to-week in the demo and up a tenth from its freshman finale (which aired on a Friday).
Leading into that, The Voice (10 mil/3.1) was down 5 and 11 percent week-to-week.
Over on ABC, Dancing With the Stars drew 15 mil and a 2.6, up sharply week-to-week but plunging 16 and 21 percent from the competition’s year-ago coronation ceremony to hit an all-time finale low. (Ergo ipso facto, no more results shows. »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
"Grimm" might have ended on a massive cliffhanger in its Season 2 finale "Goodnight, Sweet Grimm," but at least fans can expect the series to pick up from where it left off when it returns in the fall with Season 3. At least, that's what series star David Giuntoli says to expect.
There are a lot of loose ends left to be resolved in the current storyline, and Giuntoli is as clueless as everyone else as to how they'll all tie up next season. Still, he took the time to talk to Zap2it about what his Season 3 wishlist is, what he thinks of Nick's newly open relationship with Juliette and who he would like to see as Season 3's Big Bad.
Zap2it: When fans first heard that a character was going to die in the finale, I don't think any of them expected it to be Nick.
David Giuntoli: I would agree. »
Grimm Episode 222
“Goodnight, Sweet Grimm”
Directed By: Norberto Barba
Original Airdate: 21 May 2013
In This Episode...
Let’s start in Austria. Frau Pech is mixing up a heinous-looking elixir. She has a bellhop dose Adalind’s room service, then sneaks in when Adalind passes out. Frau Pech draws some spinal fluid from Adalind, then puts it in her elixer (from a box marked “Doppelganger”) and drinks it. This switches the women’s bodies. Pech is now the crumpled woman on the floor, while Adalind is awake and plotting. This only swaps the outward appearance; the woman on the floor is still the one with the fetus. Stefania calls “Adalind” and asks her to meet. She has figured out a way to get her powers back. “Adalind” meets with her, and Stefania lays out the plan. She eats up the details hungrily - then Stefania enacts the plan. »
- Alyse Wax
"Grimm" has ended its second season with quite the cliffhanger in its finale, "Goodnight, Sweet Grimm": Nick (David Giuntoli) is captured by Eric Renard (James Frain) and Baron Samedi and is beginning his transformation into one of the Cracher-Mortel's zombie creatures, and Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), Rosalee (Bree Turner) and Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) are left surrounded by enemies with escape looking less and less likely. But "Grimm" wouldn't be doing its job if it didn't leave us wanting more, and now we know a lot of big storylines that are set up for the series' return in the fall on Fridays at 9 p.m.
At least Juliette and Nick finally completely reunite in the Season 2 finale. After a season of being apart, Juliette is taking to having her memories return and learning about the Wesen world surprisingly well. She has Nick over for dinner where they make up in more ways than one, »
Spoiler Alert: Don’t read on unless you want to know what happened in tonight’s Grimm finale.
Grimm’s first season closed with Juliette in a coma, and in tonight’s season 2 finale, it was Nick’s turn to be in a rather inert state at the hands of a Wesen.
When Baron Samedi unleashes his collection of zombified victims onto Nick and Co. at the container yard, Nick gets separated from the others, which turns out to be just what Eric Renard wants. The Baron spits his infectious green slime in Nick’s face, and next thing we know, »
- Emily Rome
Warning: The following post contains spoilers from Tuesday’s Season 2 finale of Grimm. If you haven’t watched yet, make like an Eisbiber and scurry away now! Everyone else, proceed.
Grimm‘s Nick had been dying to know what was up with all of the undead-ish folk tormenting Portland, and in the sophomore season finale Tuesday night, he found out.
With the Grimm in a state of suspended animation and stuck in a container headed to who knows where, TVLine spoke with star David Giuntoli about the episode’s cliffhanger, Nick’s surprising feelings regarding Juliette’s acceptance, the »
- Kimberly Roots
Exclusive: Grimm co-creators David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf have signed a new overall deal with Universal TV. Under the pact, the writing partners will continue as executive producers on the NBC drama, produced by Universal TV and Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner’s Hazy Mills. Grimm, which Greenwalt and Kouf co-created with Stephen Carpenter, was recently picked up for a third season with an early renewal. Grimm, inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers’ Fairy Tales, has been an unsung hero at NBC. It is the only series from the 2011-12 season, the first overseen by NBC’s current regime, to make it to season 3. A rare success story on Friday, Grimm is the night’s No.1 series in adults 18-49. Its most recent second season (6.9 million viewers, 2.4 in 18-49 in Live+7) was up 14% in 18-49 and 12% in total viewers vs. Season 1. Greenwalt and Kouf exec produce the series with Hayes, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Reg E. Cathey (The Wire, House of Cards) returns as the pufferfish-like Wesen character based on Haitian Voodoo’s Baron Samedi, and we haven’t seen the last of his infectious green spit that is turning Portlanders into zombie-like creatures.
“There’s a massive gathering coming, and is getting a lot of people — or former people — to do his bidding,” executive producer David Greenwalt teased.
While last year’s »
- Emily Rome
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Question: For the love of a Happy Ending, any word on whether or not USA Network will right a terrible wrong? —Tiera
Ausiello: No news is, in this case, pretty good news. Negotiations continue between Sony and USA, which tells me that the cabler remains seriously interested in giving the show a fourth season. Meanwhile, if the talks collapse — bite your tongue, Ausiello! — it’s an inevitability that Damon Wayans Jr. will find himself back on New Girl next season in some capacity. »
- Michael Ausiello
The Big Four hear the footsteps of cable and have responded with an especially aggressive programming strategy for next season.
They’re trying to capture the buzz that pay-tv has generated with high-concept dramas and shorter-order series by investing in event television of their own. And they have loaded up on the one genre that cable has been unable to master: comedy.
The two-pronged approach was evident as each network — even traditional CBS — laid out its fall lineup last week.
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ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox will air a whopping 13 new comedies in the fall, the most of any year in at least a decade. Of course, a big reason why is that only two of the 10 laffers to bow last fall are coming back — and neither Fox’s “The Mindy Project” nor ABC’s “The Neighbors” is what you’d call a hit. »
- Rick Kissell
Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera and the rest of you sitting comfy in those spinning chair on The Voice: watch your back! David Giuntoli might want to take your job. When we caught up with the Grimm star on the NBC carpet at the network Upfronts last week, he didn't want to talk much about his hit supernatural series. He was all about becoming a judge on the NBC reality series, which just announced that it will feature the original four judges next season. How's that for network synergy? "I can have such an amazing banter with those people," Giuntoli insists to us. "I could do it. But everyone needs a thing. What would be my thing? Maybe I have an eye patch. And a cockney »
With the "Grimm" Season 2 finale heading our way in just a few short hours, we got our hands on two more clips from the episode, entitled "Good Night, Sweet Grimm." First is a "sneak attack" followed by Nick and Juliette having "the talk."
Episode 2.22 - "Goodnight, Sweet Grimm" (airing 5/21/13; 10:00-11:00 pm)
The Royals Bring Their Agenda For Nick To Portland – James Frain And Shohreh Aghdashloo Guest Star -- Just when things look like they’re back to normal with Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch), Nick (David Giuntoli) is called to investigate a flurry of rage-fueled assaults happening all over Portland. He goes to Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner) for help battling Portland’s newest wave of “undead.”
- The Woman In Black
David promises that ‘Nick will be in peril’ like never before!
Make no mistake: the May 21 season finale of Grimm is going to be epic. And even though we’ll see encouraging moments of “romance” between Nick (David Giuntoli) and Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch), the episode takes a pretty dark/crazy turn. ”One of the main characters dies at the end,” David told HollywoodLife.com and other reporters May 13 at the NBC Upfront in NYC. But wait, there’s a catch!
David specified that someone “dies,” and yes, he used air quotes.
“I don’t want to lead you astray,” he said. “But one of us kind of dies and may or may not be coming back. We’ll see.”
(All I can say is, it better not be Wu!)
The whole ‘Royal Family’ subplot has been a little scattered this season, but David assured us everything will come together on the finale. »
- Andy Swift
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