Razor was pretty good but it had fuck all bearing really on the show in its entirety.
i got a few match of the day euro 2008 highlight shows off BT Junkie last night. missed all the games so far they reckon it's the best euro ever
^ Ditto mate!!!
Riddle me this brother can you handle it
Your style to my style you can't hold a candle to it
Equinox symmetry and the balance is right
Smokin' and drinkin' on a Tuesday night
It's not how you play the game it's how you win it
I cheat and steal and sin and I'm a cynic
Sorry it took some time but some news about Caprica and BSG
As part of her holding deal with Fox, Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica) has landed the female lead in Inseparable, a drama pilot from Shaun Cassidy (Invasion) and revolving around a partially paralyzed forensic psychiatrist (Lloyd Owen) with a Jekyll-and-Hyde-type split personality. (His alter ego is a master criminal, and one not at all paralyzed, I would guess. Not that the partially paralyzed cannot serve as capable crooks; I just imagine it would impair the traditionally desired "quick getaway." But I digress.)
Per the Reporter, Helfer — whom I actually just spied while screening the most excellent Burn Notice season premiere — will play a shrink who evaluates suspects for the police — and thus, probably on more than one occasion, casts a curious eye on Owen's antihero. — Matt Mitovich
The producers of Battlestar Galactica may have already set an end date for the popular science-fiction show, but that doesn't mean it's really the end of Battlestar Galactica.
The Sci Fi Channel show ends its four-season run at the conclusion of this season, but could live on in the form of something it's already very familiar with--made-for-television movies. The Chicago Tribune reports (citing BSG fan site Galactica Sitrep) that talks are under way to produce as many as three telefilms set in the Battlestar universe.
The films, which could be shot later this year, have the blessing of at least part of the cast and the producers. However, with some cast members already planning their post-Battlestar careers, timing of the movies' production and actors' availability will be paramount to which characters' stories get told.
Apparently talk of getting the movies made is just talk, but it has been agreed that the films would not take place after the events of the fourth season. Rather, they will tell tales of past events, like the telefilm Razor did last November.
Sci Fi still has not yet dated the back half of season four, but it's assumed the final 10 episodes won't premiere for a while and could be held until 2009. Sci Fi has greenlit the Battlestar prequel Caprica and has begun assembling its cast, which includes Esai Morales and Eric Stoltz.
I am very much looking forward to Caprica. I'll miss Tricia Helfer and Grace Park though.
Watched the first episode of Bonekickers last night....wasn't what I expected really, but I enjoyed it a lot....sort of a CSIish, Indianaish with a bit of Da Vinci stuff thrown in!!!
The Colbert Report is back after a short break. great show
been watching these recently...
Fifth Gear - a very well done copy of Top Gear...bit faster paced with more segments and no boring chats with "famous" people in the middle for me to fast forward through
Man Vs Wild - still an entertaining watch. Bear bites the head of a snake and eats the rest raw in the latest show
Huff - Huff was an American television drama series produced by Sony Pictures Television for Showtime. The series was created by Bob Lowry and features Hank Azaria as Dr. Craig "Huff" Huffstodt, a successful psychiatrist whose life changes abruptly when a 15-year-old client commits suicide in Huff's office.
Huff (TV series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Bleak Tale - Bleak House is a fifteen-part BBC television drama serial adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel Bleak House, which was originally published in 1852–53. Produced with an all-star cast, the serial was shown on BBC One from October to December 2005, and drew much critical and popular praise.
Bleak House (2005 TV serial - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
both got very high ratings on metacritic.com so i'll give them a go
also downloading the first season of Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations" - great cookery show
^ I'm just looking forward to the new series' of House, Bones, etc.
I love the 'fall'!!!
z mate....you see Maher's back as well?
I watched the first couple of Huff....found it hard work though...but it's in the bank for the future.
Did you ever watch 'series' called Sanctuary??? 6 15 odd minute episodes...all on the 'net (I think it's coming to telly soon though as a proper series...not 100% sure though).
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Sorry the 'fall' = Autumn (turning American mate)....when all the cheese TV shows start up again.
The Shield returned to US televisions last night for anyone that is interested.
^cheers. just got it from eztv.it
New 90210 series has just started as well What with that and Gossip Girl.....I think I might come in my pants!!!
And remember this week DS and CR.....Tuesday to Friday!!!