TV HOT LINKS FOR FEB 17TH: WONDER WOMAN CAST, TRUE BLOOD, VAMPIRE DIARIES, CAMELOT, SUPERNATURAL, AND MORE
Wonder Woman Cast! Who Is The New Amazing Amazon? via TV Overmind
She’s really pretty, but really blond. I hope she goes brunette for the role. What do you think?
‘True Blood’ exec drops season four hints via Digital Spy
Oh, film recommendations! Do you think that means the plot lines will be similar, or the gore?
‘True Blood’ Gains Another Howling Hottie With Daniel Buran via MTV News
What do you think of the casting decision?
Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer Auction ‘True Blood’ Script for Orphaned Kids via Ace Show Biz
“The script, which is signed by Anna, Stephen as well as the show’s creator Alan Ball, has been put on auction since February 14 and will last until February 24. As of press time, the script is bid at only $385.”
The Vampire Diaries: Crying Wolf! (spoiler preview) via Unreality Primetime
Can’t read it, I’m not caught up!!
Vampire Diaries‘ David Anders: Trust Uncle John via TV Guide
Starz releases new Camelot trailer, preview episode coming soon (videos) via Examiner
I’m still not sure about Jamie Campbell Bower as Arthur, but I love Eva Green as Morgana. What did you think of the video?
Supernatural Episode Trailer: “Mannequin 3: Reckoning” via TV Fanatic
“Where will the brothers go next? Away from Sam for Dean, as he races to home to rescue Lisa on Friday’s “Mannequin 3: Reckoning,” following a frantic call from Ben. But this sibling won’t be prepared for what awaits him there.”
Amber Benson Returning to Supernatural via Dread Central
“Amber Benson, best known to genre fans as Tara from the hit TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, is headed back to the small screen to reprise another role that she enjoyed along with a certain pair of brothers.”
Lex Luthor WILL return for Smallville’s season finale after all via Blastr
“I’m delighted to return for the series finale. I’m simply doing it for all of the fans out there who made Smallville the great success it is”
ABC exec: ‘Poe pilot is like Castle’ via Digital Spy
“It has an element of Guy Ritchie’s version of Sherlock Holmes, an element of steampunk and a real sense of fun,” she said. “This is before Poe’s darkest days. He has a sense of humour. He’s a believer surrounded by sceptics.”
10-year time capsule: When “The X-Files” changed TV fandom via Salon
“The X-Files” represented a shift in the way Americans talked about television. Along with “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and a few other shows, “X-Files” fans were one of the first to create an identity for themselves in online communities, a trend that would spread in the upcoming decade to include everything from “Battlestar Galactica” to “Bridalplasty.”