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Breaking News: Fox talks about canceling HUMAN TARGET, LIE TO ME, THE CHICAGO CODE and others

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It’s a tough TV business, and every year fan favorite shows get the boot in favor of new shows that sometimes don’t live up to the potential of the departing series. This year, Fox canceled many fan favorites including the three season LIE TO ME, the two season HUMAN TARGET and THE CHICAGO CODE and the comedies TRAFFIC LIGHT and BREAKING IN. While speaking to the press today about their Fall 2011 and Mid-season 2012 schedules, Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly spoke about major casualties this year at the network and why they had to make these hard decisions. “I […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: Mark Valley reveals HUMAN TARGET Season 3 ideas for Chance … if there is a Season 3

Mark Valley in HUMAN TARGET - Season 2 | ©2011 Fox/Mathieu Young

During the press event for HUMAN TARGET at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, Mark Valley, who plays Chance on the Fox show, gave us his opinion on where he would like to see his character go if the series gets picked up for Season 3. “In terms of Chance’s overall arc, in the first episode he was closed down to the world and focused on doing his job and having some confusion about it and coming out of it,” Valley says. “The second season he started to open up a little bit. He had to in order to communicate with […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: No news on a NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET sequel

Jackie Earle Haley in A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (2010) | ©2010 New Line Cinemas

During the press event for the Fox TV show HUMAN TARGET at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, co-star Jackie Earle Haley comment on the status of the sequel to the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET reboot. “No, I haven’t heard a thing,” Haley admits. “I have no idea. I’ve been so busy I haven’t even thought to ask. I don’t know if they are thinking about it or not thinking about it. If it is something they want to do or something they don’t. The movie did pretty good, so I would imagine they are probably thinking about it.” CLICK HERE […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: The HUMAN TARGET Season 3 scoop and status

HUMAN TARGET poster | ©Fox

During the press event for HUMAN TARGET at WonderCon 2011 held in San Francisco, executive producer, Matthew Miller, commented on the possibility of a third season of the action show on Fox. “You want to be able to say we got picked up,” Miller says. “Unfortunately, we don’t know either way. I think that for Fox it’s going to be about how their pilots turn out certainly. I think there will also be some license fee negotiations and things of that nature. We won’t know anything until May.” Does Fox still support the show? “As far as I know, Warner […]Read On »

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Breaking News: Season 2 of HUMAN TARGET will not end on a cliffhanger

Mark Valley in HUMAN TARGET - Season Two - "The Trouble with Harry" | ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co./ Liane Hentscher

HUMAN TARGET (which airs a special episode tonight at 8:00 pm at Fox) is gearing up for the season two finale in a couple of weeks (in its regular time slot on Wednesday nights), and Mark Valley spoke today about what to expect. The most important nugget of information – there won’t be a major cliffhanger ending Season Two. “It won’t be a cliffhanger in terms of last season was,” says Valley. “It does sort of complete the second season, while leaving a lot of uncertainties and relationships. Nobody is in physical peril as much, we don’t know where some […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Chi McBride has a HUMAN TARGET on his back

Chi McBride in HUMAN TARGET | ©2010 Fox

On Fox’s action drama HUMAN TARGET, now going into its second season, Mark Valley plays Christopher Chance, a bodyguard who takes crazy risks to protect his clients. His backup team consists of fixer Guerrero, played by Jackie Earle Haley, and businessman Winston, portrayed by Chi McBride. McBride, known to TV viewers for his regular roles in BOSTON PUBLIC, THE NINE and the still-lamented PUSHING DAISIES, gives us his take on Winston (who dons a Santa Claus costume in tonight’s Christmas-themed edition “The Other Side of the Mall”),  plus his thoughts on the end of DAISIES and why its creator, Bryan […]Read On »

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CD Review: HUMAN TARGET: Season 1 (2,000 edition)

HUMAN TARGET TV Soundtrack | © 2010 La La Land Records

Bear McCreary continues to prove himself as the hardest-working composer on television, whose sound gets bigger and better with each show, none more spectacularly than with the ripping symphonic style he’s given to Fox’s spin on DC comics’ HUMAN TARGET. Though he’s composed the pokey country experiments of EUREKA, the sci-fi mythos of GALACTICA and CAPRICA and the chilling apocalypses of THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES and THE WALKING DEAD, there always seemed to be a superhero waiting to break free from Bear McCreary. And while TARGET’s danger-seeking impersonator might not have any powers beyond being extra crafty, McCreary’s adventurous scoring […]Read On »

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TV Review: HUMAN TARGET – SEASON TWO – “Ilsa Pucci” – Season Premiere

©2010 Fox | Mark Valley in HUMAN TARGET - Season Two - "Ilsa Pucci"

I definitely like the way that the opening episode of Season Two of HUMAN TARGET, “Ilsa Pucci,” set the table for the season ahead. While I’m sure some fans will be upset they glossed over the Season One finale – we got nothing to the fate of Katherine (Amy Acker) or Classic Chance (Lee Majors) who were introduced in the season finale – and the whole point of the finale, the mysterious book, gets destroyed in the first five minutes, it was a necessary evil to progress the show for the second season. The introduction of two new female characters […]Read On »

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