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ABC Family’s series Greek is heading into its final season. The college based drama/comedy stars Scott Michael Foster as “Cappie,” Dilshad Vadsaria as “Rebecca,” Jacob Zachar as “Rusty,” Clark Duke as “Dale,” Spencer Grammer as “Casey,” Paul James as “Calvin,” Jake McDorman as “Evan,” and Amber Stevens as “Ashleigh.” The final season begins on Monday, January 3.
Here is the official description for the final season: “As Greek heads into its fourth season, the storylines turn to the post-graduation experience for Casey, Ashleigh and Evan, while the undergrads must continue to deal with life on campus. The new season promises surprise pairings with new rivals, unexpected allies, as well as unpredictable romances. Viewers will see the characters taken in new directions, including some unanticipated turns, and die-hard fans of the college series will be treated to throw-back references from past seasons. Throughout the season, fans will also see the return of featured guest stars including Charisma Carpenter, Sam Page, Martha MacIsaac, Nora Kirkpatrick and Tiffany Dupont, who returns as Frannie.”
Article by PJ Flip with contributions from The Pit.
The CW Network has updated their Smallville photo gallery with pictures of Laura Vandervoort as Supergirl and James Marsters as Brainiac. Also intriguing is a picture with witht he caption “Lex Luthor “. Another clone? Or could it be the real Luthor? Start here for the picture’s with Marsters, and over here for the pics of Vandervoort’s return.
David E. Kelly (Boston Legal, The Practice, Ally McBeal) is bringing DC Comic’s hero Wonder Woman back to TV. The superhero was famously portrayed by Lynda Carter in the 70’s series The New Adventures of Wonder Woman. It would have been cool to have this on the air at the same time as Smallville with possible crossovers, but who knows what kind of world Kelly is planing to craft. Ultra-realistic? Will it have more of a legal feel like his other shows? Over in the comics, Wonder Woman’s costume and history was recently redesigned/updated to look more modern and realistic.
Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies) is remaking The Munsters. This is cool on many levels.
Summer Glau to guest star as Greta on Chuck, and tonight, Stacy Keibler will guest star as Greta on. This gag with the different agents taking over the Greta role in the buy more is fun, but I couldn’t help but think that they could have used Glau in a bigger role. Keibler is guest starring and will throw fists with another ex-professional wrestler, Stone Cold Steve Austin, who makes a return appearance.
FOX’s Lone Star is the first show to get canceled, after only two episodes, while ABC’s My Generation is the second show to get canceled, also after only two episodes. What will be next? Likely Undercovers, which is at the bottom of the NBC ratings pool.
Snooki is starring in her own dating show and writing a book? It’s not April Fools Day yet, is it?
Eliza Dushku will guest star on The Big Bang Theory. She will play an FBI agent named Angela.
The Hollywood Reporter posted this sneak peak video from Sesame Street’s upcoming 41st season. In the video Sesame Street’s muppets have parodied the first episode of HBO’s True Blood. The scene take place at Merlotte’s, where Grouch Bill orders True Mud. Does anyone else think it’s a little weird for a children’s show to parody a mature HBO show like True Blood. Kids watching
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In other Sesame Street news, Katy Perry is too hot for Sesame Street! A scene with pop star Katy Perry was cut from the upcoming season after parents complained about her skimpy outfit. Here is a link to her video singing “Hot n Cold” with Elmo.
Dancing With the Stars
The upcoming cast for the 11th season of Dancing With the Stars has been posted! The girls are Bristol Palin (daughter of Sarah Palin), Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing), Florence Henderson (The Brady Bunch), Margaret Cho (Drop Dead Diva), Audrina Patridge (The Hills), and Brandy (Pop Singer). While on the guys side is Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino (Jersey Shore), David Hasselhoff (Baywatch), Kyle Massey (That’s So Raven), Rick Fox (Basketball Player), Kurt Warner (Football Player), and Michael Bolton (Singer). Excited about the new season?
If you missed last nights 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards, they put together a very funny clip of how they could make the show better in its second season. You can check it out here. Official description: “Modern Family Gone Mad: Messing with Modern Family’s Emmy-winning formula is a dangerous–and comical–idea.”
141 TV has been spotlighting previews for the upcoming fall season.
More TV Previews will be posted over the next week…
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The final season of Smallville is almost upon us! Here is some of the latest news about the end of the long running “young Superman” drama:
Are you excited for Smallville‘s final season? What news do you want to hear?