Powered by i.TV
August 29, 2015

Blade Runner

Sean Young Joins 'The Young and the Restless'

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 26th 2010 4:00PM
sean_young_dga_awards_2009File this under another daytime TV shocker: According to PEOPLE, actress Sean Young ('Blade Runner') will make her daytime debut on the longrunning CBS soap 'The Young and the Restless.' She'll play Meggie, a "sultry barmaid" who becomes involved with Victor Newman, played by her 'Man Who Came Back' co-star, Eric Braeden. Young's role is set to tape in May.

Young is one of two A-listers taping next month: As we previously reported, 'Baywatch' alum David Hasselhoff will make a brief cameo return as Dr. William "Snapper" Foster, Jr., though his role will not overlap with Young's.

"Getting the chance to work with my dear friend Eric Braeden, one of the true gentlemen in entertainment, was certainly a deciding factor for me as well as wanting to get back to work after taking a few years off to raise my kids," Young said, according to PEOPLE.

Read More

What's on tonight: Fiesta Bowl, Iron Chef America, Anthony Bourdain, RAW

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 1st 2007 5:07PM
  • Anthony BourdainAt 8, NBC has a marathon of Heroes.
  • PBS has a new Antiques Roadshow at 8, then a new Great Performances.
  • ABC Family has two new episodes of Wildfire at 8.
  • AMC has Blade Runner at 8.
  • HGTV has a new Designed To Sell at 8, followed by a new Buy Me and HGTV's Dream Home 2007.
  • Also at 8: CNN has the special I-Report: The Year As You Saw It, which collects the best videos sent in by viewers, and MSNBC runs that Best of Keith Olbermann's Special Comments for the 5000th time.
  • At 8:30, FOX has the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
  • At 9, USA has a new Monday Night RAW.
  • There are two new eps of No Reservations: Anthony Bourdain on the Travel Channel starting at 9, a "best of" and then an ep in Ireland.
  • At 10, Food Network has a new Iron Chef America.
  • Also: Sci-Fi Channel finishes up its Twilight Zone marathon.

Read More

Number 6 and the Village coming to a theater near you

by Richard Keller, posted Aug 12th 2006 11:02AM

The Prisoner Chris Nolan, the director of last year's summer blockbuster Batman Begins, is nearing a deal to direct a movie version of the cult classic television show The Prisoner.

According to the website comingsoon.net Nolan will direct a contemporary version of the show once he is finished with production of The Dark Knight, a sequel to Batman Begins. The movie adaptation of The Prisoner will be written by Janet and David Peoples (Twelve Monkeys, Blade Runner). It's unknown if this modern version of the show will connect in any way with the remake of The Prisoner that has been commissioned by Britain's Sky One satellite channel.

Only lasting 17 episodes back in 1967, The Prisoner featured Patrick McGoohan as a government agent who resigns, is kidnapped, and placed on an isolated island known as the Village. It's there that he is given the new identity of Number 6. If you are interested in getting a feel for the series, number one fan Michael Sciannamea is currently reviewing episodes of The Prisoner for TV Squad's Retro Squad column.

Read More

    Follow Us

    From Our Partners