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Chuck is less than a month away from returning! We’ll be getting three new hours of Chuck split between January 10th and 11th of the new year.  NBC has released this new poster for the upcoming season, and while it is really cool, I have to ask “Where is Casey?”  The team just doesn’t look complete without him.

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I can’t wait for Chuck to return. In fact, I might just head out to Subway to pass some time as I wait and enjoy a 5 dollar footlong for lunch.

Posted on December 16th, 2009 by ThePit | Leave a Comment (1)
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NBC Chuck Comic Book

Are you as impatient as I am waiting for the new season of Chuck to begin? Thankfully we don’t have to wait until March for new episodes, but January still feels like it is really far away. Thankfully there is a ton of Chuck content online for die-hard fans like myself. has released excerpts from the sixth issue of the Chuck online in both animated and interactive formats. In the new issue, Chuck’s life is in a literal free-fall after he is thrown out of a plane without a chute. How will everyone’s face geek turned super spy survive? Well, read to see. In addition, the issue features a back up story that shows how a ten year old Devon become Captain Awesome. An awesome prequel? You bet. The comic is published by Wildstorm.

Also online are a ton of goodies, including Morganuptials, a funny look at Morgan and Anna’s living agreement, Chuck’s Brain, puzzles and games, and we can’t forget the official site for Jeffster (which needs no description)! You can check out all of NBC’s Chuck exclusives here.

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We shut down the offices for a two week fall break and television news explodes! Not only do we have to catch up on our overloaded Tivo, but we gotta swim through all of the news, rumors, casting, and drama.  So I present, a special TV-inspired Pit.

  • No new word on its start date, but Chuck fans can rejoice, we just got an additional 6 episodes for the new season bringing us at least 19 episodes for the third season of the spy/adventure/romance/comedy.
  • I don’t know about you, but I’ve been enjoying Melrose Place, matched with 90210, it fills my guilty pleasure quota (left by The OC).  So it saddens me that due to ratings (blah, the system blows) The CW is revamping the series, making it much lighter (good-bye murder mystery) and clearing out part of the cast (wait and see, I don’t want to spoil the mystery like other sites).
  • The new Turk (Donald Faison) and Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) led Scrubs will be premiering on December 1st at 9pm on ABC.   The series sifts its focus from Sacred Heart Hospital to a medical school where Turk and Dr. Cox are teaches, others including Zack Braff and Sarah Chalke will be making guest spots throughout the season.
  • Watch Dollhouse! Go, now, watch it! It is the most improved show of the season and at this rate it is likely to be canceled due to low ratings.
  • ABC Family has set the start dates for The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Make It or Break It, and Greek. They will air in that order starting at 8pm on January 25th.
  • While the news about Dollhouse is a little grim, there is some light at the end of the Joss Whedon tunnel, he will be helming an episode of my favorite new series, GLEE! I can’t think of a better director for them to use.

More TV news will be coming soon, along with the continuation of the TV Flipped column. Thanks for the continued support of the site.

Chuck on NBC

The Ausiello Files over on EW’s site is reporting that Chuck, the best damn spy/action/comedy/romance on television, might be airing more than 5 months in advance of its scheduled season 3 premiere date! And that if the show does well, we could get a full season order instead of the 13 episodes we are getting now.

Chuck was renewed after a lengthy Save Chuck campaign that involved a lot of Subway sandwiches, tweeting, online viewings, and non-stop emailing. Chuck Me Mondays have still been going strong to keep people interested in the show in the downtime.  Are you excited about the possible early airing? Would you rather it air in October or wait for it in March?

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Tomorrow 09/07/09, Chuck Me Mondays will be a sorta Online Marathon with a selection of fan favorite episodes.  They are…

If you can’t watch the episodes at the designated time, don’t worry, every view counts so give them a look when ever you can.  If you are able to give them a look at the times listed above, don’t forget to get on twitter and make a post with #chuck and #freechuck to help support the show! For more information on Chuck Me Mondays, click here.

Chuck Me Out Logo

One of the many San Diego Comic-Con annoucements this past weekend including the all new Chuck community hub, Chuck Me Out! (incase you missed Comic-Con, you can watch the Chuck panel here)  Chuck Me Out! is a new site from NBC and the creators of Chuck that features all new videos, news, photos, and posters about the series along with message boards, videos, and exclusives for fans.

Included in the mix is a thermometer that is tracking views of Chuck episodes on with a goal of 1 million streams.  Check out the link above and catch up on episodes of Chuck and lets help reach that goal in a record time!  I’m not sure why this isn’t up with the Hulu video of the Chuck Comic-Con panel, but Jeffster opened the panel! Click here to rock along with them!

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The 2009 San Diego Comic-Con is going to have a lot of panels, showcases, signings and events, but I wanted to take a moment to look at what is ahead at the con for one of My Hollywood Dream’s favorite shows, Chuck!

On Friday, July 24th, Zachary Levi will be apart of the TV Guide Sci-Fi Hot List and will be part of a Q&A with Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons of The Big Bang Theory, Scott Peters and Scott Wolf from the new reboot of V, Rebecca Romijn of fall’s Eastwick, and Kevin Williamson the writer of Scream who is behind the new vampire series based on the book series with the same name, The Vampire Diaries.  This panel begins at 6:15pm in Ballroom 20.

Saturday the real fun begins! At 10am in Ballroom 20 (why so early?) is the Chuck panel.  It will begin with a five-minute retrospective highlight reel, then moderator Alan Sepinwall will present Josh Schwartz, Chris Fedak, Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, Joshua Gomez, Ryan McPartlin, Mark Christopher Lawrence,Vik Sahay, Scott Krinsky, Sarah Lancaster and Adam Baldwin. They’ll hold a Q&A and preview the new season.  While they will not have footage to show from the new season, they will definitly be giving away some much desired info on the direction of the new season (Super-Chuck?) and you never know when they might give away prizes like t-shirts or DVDs.

Following the panel, all of the cast members from the panel will be heading to the WB booth to sign autographs and chat with fans.  Don’t forget your camera, because this is your chance to snap a pic with your favorite cast member.

Also, keep an eve on the WB’s booth over the course of the whole convention, because you never known when they might be giving away Chuck related goodies. In the past I’ve taken home free Chuck comics and a really cool bag. If you are heading to San Diego, have fun at the con!

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