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Holly Hunter speaks about Saving Grace

by Richard Keller, posted Jul 14th 2008 8:24AM

Holly Hunter as Grace Hanadarko on TNT's Saving Grace

The cable networks have been very, very good to women over the last few years. Particularly strong, independent women who are on par, or many times above, the men in their lives. This has been exemplified by characters like Brenda Johnson in The Closer, PJ Franklin on My Boys, Nancy Botwin on Weeds, Patty Hewes on Damages, and the ladies from HBO's Sex in the City.

Last year, someone new joined Leigh, PJ, and the rest of the women of cable. Her name was Grace Hanadarko -- the smoking, drinking, and sexually promiscuous Oklahoma City police detective from TNT's Saving Grace. Grace is played by Holly Hunter, the award-winning actress who has appeared in such films as Raising Arizona, The Piano (for which she won an Academy Award) and The Incredibles. Late last week, Holly spoke to members of the press concerning the second season of Saving Grace (premiering tonight at 10 pm) and what's in store for the hard-living detective.

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Friday Night Lights season two -- An early look - VIDEO

by Brett Love, posted Oct 2nd 2007 10:01AM
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Last week was certainly the biggie for the kickoff to the new season, but this week isn't too shabby either. In fact, this week brings us the premiere of my most eagerly anticipated returning show, Friday Night Lights. Honestly, there is a part of me that is still a little surprised that we are going to get to see season two. The first season was a bit of a bumpy ride in the ratings department, but NBC stepped up to the plate and I'm holding out hope that it pays off for them.

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Dexter season two -- An early look

by Keith McDuffee, posted Sep 25th 2007 11:02AM
dexter season 2These days there are only a few shows I consider must-watch for me. Showtime's Dexter is one of those shows. In fact, I liked the first season so much that I recently listened to the first book the series is based on, Jeff Lindsay's Darkly Dreaming Dexter. Sadly (or, actually, thankfully) the television show is much better. More on that later.

I got a look at the first four episodes of the new season, and while things aren't so great for Dexter, for us viewers it's fantastic. Some spoilers follow.

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NBC hosting "sneak peek" parties for Friday Night Lights

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 24th 2007 1:40PM

friday night lightsWe like to complain when networks don't give series a fair chance, so it's nice to see NBC getting behind the new season of Friday Night Lights with such enthusiasm. Teaming with HouseParty.com, the network is sending out party kits to 1,000 Friday Night Lights fans, including an advance copy of the season opener. The season officially begins on October 5 at 9:00 p.m. You can apply for a chance to host one of these parties on September 14 on the House Party site. The party kits will include various trinkets and ephemera, as well as episodes from season one and a sneak peek of the new Bionic Woman series.

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Human Giant returns in January (probably)

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 8th 2007 1:02PM

human giantWe knew it was coming back, we just didn't know when. Well, we still don't know officially, but Paul Scheer, one-third of the sketch comedy trio Human Giant along with Aziz Ansari and Rob Huebel, blogged yesterday that the series would likely return in January 2008. Paul's exact words were: "we are looking towards an air date of Jan 2008," which is not the same as "you will definitely see new episodes in January," but I'm not going to complain. It's coming back, that's all that matters.

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Army Wives gets a second season, and new Lifetime series kick off this Sunday

by Adam Finley, posted Jul 12th 2007 11:23AM

army wivesRemember when I told you Army Wives was worth checking out, despite being on Lifetime? Well, I wasn't the only one who thought it was a good series. It scored record ratings and has now been picked up for a second season. Look for the first of thirteen new episodes to pop up sometime this spring.

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How I Met Your Mother season two DVD out October 2

by Joel Keller, posted Jul 9th 2007 11:23AM
How I Met Your MotherThe ever-reliable TVShowsOnDVD.com brings us the good news that the second season of How I Met Your Mother will come out on DVD on October 2.

It looks like Carter Bays, Craig Thomas and company have put together a pretty good package. Seven episodes will get audio commentary from the creators, as well as various writers and cast members, including fan (and personal) favorites from last year "Swarley," "Robin Sparkles," "Showdown," and "Single Stamina." It will also include the video for "Let's Go to the Mall," performed by Cobie ("Robin Sparkles") Smulders, a video for the show's theme song, "Hey Beautiful" by the Solids, four featurettes and an easter egg.

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Human Giant gets a second season

by Adam Finley, posted May 22nd 2007 8:02AM

human giantIt shouldn't come as too much of a surprise to anyone that Human Giant, the new sketch comedy series for MTV, has been granted a second season.

In order to drum up more interest in the show, MTV turned the network over to the Human Giant men: Aziz Ansari, Rob Huebel, Paul Scheer for 24 hours and told them they had to garner one million hits on their Web site if they wanted a second season. Of course, taking into consideration lines from the press release like, "fans can also show up in Times Square to deliver a pizza counting for 80 hits, or carving Paul Scheer's face into Mount Rushmore for the entire million hits" it's obvious the series was going to be renewed all along. Still, it's nice to hear an official announcement.

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Prison Break: Disconnect

by Keith McDuffee, posted Nov 20th 2006 11:03PM
prison break disconnect
(S02E12) It seems we have conflicting reports on what's going to happen to the remainder of the season for Prison Break. On one hand we have a report that we'll see the show continue without interruption for a while longer, while on the other hand the network is saying that next week is the "fall finale." So which is it really? Maybe it's both, and the show will just continue past this "fall finale" into the next week?

Anyway, I digress. Let's get to this episode.

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Prison Break: Rendezvous

by Keith McDuffee, posted Nov 6th 2006 10:49PM
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(S02E10) I didn't realize this until tonight, but it's actually a good thing for Lincoln that he got caught, and only we know it. At least in the way he was caught Mahone didn't have a chance to outright kill him. Last week I just assumed for some reason that he was done for and he'd be going to trial next season, but so far I'm wrong on that count.

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Veronica Mars: Charlie Don't Surf

by Keith McDuffee, posted Oct 25th 2006 12:14AM
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(S03E04) Before I start, I have to say that something flaked out with my DVR tonight and I lost some stuff between when Logan's sitting on a surf board with his supposed half brother, and then I pick up when Veronica confronts the guy about being a reporter -- just enough to get the gist of what happened. But obviously I missed something probably pretty significant in there and hopefully you fine commenters can help fill in the blanks there.

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Prison Break: Dead Fall

by Keith McDuffee, posted Oct 23rd 2006 9:42PM
prison break(S02E08) A commenter a few weeks ago mentioned they thought Sucre and Michael are in on a scheme together, where it was planned all along for Sucre to take the money and meet up with Michael and Lincoln in a later episode. Looks like they weren't far off. Though I will say it would've been pretty cool if they could've pulled off fooling us for an entire season.

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Prison Break: Scan

by Keith McDuffee, posted Sep 4th 2006 10:51PM
prison break(S02E03) In true Prison Break fashion, we see pretty early on that the title of this episode is another play on words, as Michael's wrist tattoo featuring a barcode shows us that something's coming soon that has to do with it.

Was it just me, or was that scene with Bellick and Roy fighting pretty awkward? It just looked like a couple of old fat guys tumbling around a 7-11. And on top of that, neither of them walked out of there very beaten up. How the hell were these guys frightening in the joint?

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Prison Break: Otis

by Keith McDuffee, posted Aug 28th 2006 10:51PM
prison break otis
(S02E02) So now the escapees are splitting up even more, which is actually a good thing for us viewers, since there's a lot more potential for better stories along the way. And once again, the writers get cutely creative when it comes to naming their episodes.

I forgot to mention last week that I'm glad someone finally mentioned how idiotic it is that C-Note is looking to see his family and Sucre wants to see his girlfriend. That bugged me all last season, and I'm glad Abruzzi was the one to point it out to everyone.

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Vote on Muppet DVD cover art

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 3rd 2006 12:03PM

miss piggyIf you click over to Muppets.com, you can vote on which of three covers featuring Miss Piggy will be used for the upcoming Season Two DVD set. There's no official announcement yet on an exact release date for the set, though Muppet News Flash writes that the set should be out in the spring. The second season had some great guest stars, including George Burns, Steve Martin, Milton Berle, Don Knotts, and Peter Sellers. I think a lot of Muppet fans will agree that the show really began to take shape in its second season. As far as the cover art is concerned, despite which one is chosen I wonder if they'll still find a way to use the other two covers somehow. I can't imagine they'd go through the trouble of creating them and not use them all in some fashion.

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