Comic-Con News: The scoop on SPARTACUS: WAR OF THE DAMNED

Liam McIntyre in SPARTACUS: VENGEANCE - "Wrath of the Gods" | ©2012 Starz

As the SPARTACUS franchise on Staraz comes to its final season with SPARTACUS: WAR OF THE DAMNED, both star Liam McIntyre and executive producer/creator Steven S. DeKnight spoke to the press about the new season at Comic-Con 2012. As Spartacus leads an army into war, DeKnight is particularly excited about more deaths coming our way. “Yes, there are some deaths in the coming season that I have been thinking about for quite awhile,” he admits without naming names. “I can’t even hint at what it is, but it occurs later this season. I will say, we wanted to explore the […]Read On »

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TCA 2011 News: DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES creator Marc Cherry talks about the eighth and final season of the hit ABC series

Eva Longoria in DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES - Season 7 - "And Lots of Security ..."/"Come on Over for Dinner" | ©2011 ABC/Danny Feld

With ABC just announcing that DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES will be ending after its forthcoming Eighth and final season, creator and executive producer Marc Cherry spoke today at the Television Critics Association today about how that decision came about. “I think the only thing harder in creating a hit show is when to end it – especially when you have one of the most amazing casts in the history of television,” says Cherry. “Because I have been working in TV for 23 years, I’m also very aware of people overstaying their welcome [especially] shows that have gone on too long, drifted away […]Read On »

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TCA 2011: HOUSE – Season 8 may or may not be the final season on Fox

Hugh Laurie in HOUSE - Season Seven | ©2010 Fox Broadcasting Co./ Justin Stephens

With HOUSE returning for Season 8 with a leaner cast this fall, and a long negotiation process that delayed the announcement it would be returning, the question mark of whether the show will return for a Season 9 was in the air at today’s Summer 2011 Television Critics Association session for Fox. Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly says he still has no word if this will be the show’s final season. “I can’t confirm it’s the last season,” says Reilly. “Hugh [Laurie] is mulling it. The producers are. This is the original team of creators who have been there from […]Read On »

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Comic-Con 2011 News: Mark Hamill will CHUCK’s new Big Bad in Season 5

Mark Hamill at the Los Angeles Premiere of THE FIGHTER | © 2010 Sue Schneider

As CHUCK enters its fifth and final season on NBC (airing Friday nights in the fall), news just came out of Comic-Con today that Mark Hamill will be playing a villain in the season premiere. While speaking with Zachary Levi who plays Chuck Bartowski in the press room today, he was very excited about this news. “Mark Hamill on the show – hells to the yes,” says Levi. Levi goes on to add that he loves the guest stars on CHUCK and says they always bring something new to the mix. “The actors who know the show and appreciate think […]Read On »

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Comic-Con 2011 News: CHUCK secrets revealed for Season 5

Yvonne Strahovski and Zachary Levi in CHUCK - Season 4 - "Vs. The Cliffhanger" | ©2011 NBC/Mike Ansell

Yes, Season 5 will sadly be the last season of NBC’s series CHUCK (which moves to Friday nights in the fall. It stars Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, Joshua Gomez and Adam Baldwin, and at Comic-Con 2011 today, while speaking to the press, the stars and creators spoke about the comedy spy series that always seems to evade eternal cancellation by NBC. For co-creator Chris Fedak, the ending is bittersweet, but they have a lot of ammo so the season will end with a big bang even as the show makes some major changes including having Chuck now owning the Buy […]Read On »

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TCA 2011: (Update) Erica Durance talks about the end of SMALLVILLE

Erica Durance in SMALLVILLE | ©2008 The CW

While speaking at today’s CBS Winter TCA press day in Pasadena, CA, Erica Durance spoke about working on SMALLVILLE this season, when she knows it’s the end. This is what she had to say … “It’s pretty bittersweet,” says Durance who plays Lois Lane. “There’s so much work to do, to look forward to the end, you miss doing justice to the scenes you’re working on. You want to do justice, but there are moments you think, ‘My god, this is the last time I’m going to work with you?’ And I remember doing a scene with Allison Mack and […]Read On »

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