I’ve been so focused on whether or not Chuck would be returning next season that this news piece fell under my radar. ABC is in talks with Scrubs executive producer Bill Lawrence about ways to lower the costs of the show and bring it back for another season. According to Variety, Zack Braff has expressed interest in returning for a hand full of episodes should the series return. Other key cast members, including John C. McGinley, Donald Faison and Neil Flynn, have all starred in new pilots, but it is unknown if any will be picked up for next season. Should they, the actors are all expected to return on at least a recurring basis. This would make room for some fresh blood that could possibly take the show into future seasons.
Tonight at 8pm on NBC is the second season finale of Chuck. The show is consistantly one of the most entertaining shows on television, but is sadly on the bubble for renewal. I hope everyone takes the time to check out the finale and help it get the ratings that it deserves. Watch it live, Tivo it, DVR it, then watch it again online!
Tonight, a lot of stuff is coming to ahead; the wedding of Ellie and Awesome, Chuck and Sarah’s relationship, and the war between the government and Fulcrum. Add to that a list of great guest stars including Scott Bakula, Chevy Chase, Morgan Fairchild, Tony Hale, Bruce Boxleitner, and Matthew Bomer returns as secret agent (and Chuck’s ex-college roommate) Bryce Larkin!
If you are new to Chuck, you’ll still be able to enjoy the action and witty comedy. You can catch up on past episodes on Hulu, by clicking here. Currently they are streaming 12 episodes (episodes 11 to 21 of the current season). You’ll be able to fill in any missing gaps through the IMDB.
Who would have thought that a world that is completely frozen could be so compelling. I want to know what lead to this moment in time, and I want to see where it goes from here. Well done to the creators.
The makers of the new Godfather video game have been thinking outside of the box, that is for sure. What do you do when you get some mixed reviews? Send the journalists a promo item that could get them arrested! (Yahoo)
We might still be two weeks away from the new Wolverine movie, but it’s never too early to get into the spirit. Who are Wolverine’s Top 10 Villains? (Marvel)
David Cook’s new music video is backwards… and it is pretty cool. (Yahoo)
The Twilight sequel New Moon adds 15 fresh faces to the cast. (EW)
The first episode of the all new animated series Sit Down, Shut Up is up online. The series mixes animated characters with live action locations to create a really cool/original look. The voice cast includes Arrested Developement and SNL vets. (Hulu)
Watch Chuck tonight at 8pm on NBC! Don’t let one of the best shows on TV get canceled.
Tonight at 9pm on FOX, Prison Break returns and is speeding toward its series finale. Continuing directly from the show’s Winter Break, Michael and Sara are hitchhiking to Miami while Lincoln confronts Christina, his mother who is part of the “Company”.
Now, I have only watched a handful of Prison Break‘s episodes in the past, but there is something about shows that are ending that makes me want to watch them. The creative team behind the series had ample time to prepare and script the show for its finale. That gives me high hopes for a good bunch of episodes with a solid conclusion. Too many shows end without notice and are very unsatisfying.
What else can you watch tonight?
ABC: Wife Swap (Reality)
CBS: Ghost Whisperer (Supernatural Drama)
NBC: Howie Do It (Prank Clip Show)
MNT: Friday Night SmackDown! (Wrestling)
ABC: Supernanny (Reality)
NBC: Dateline NBC (News Showcase)
ABC: 20/20 (News Showcase)
E: The Soup (Comedy Clip Show) *Funniest Show on TV*