‘Supernatural’ Notable Quotables: Five seasons of snark

By Carina MacKenzie at Zap2It
Even the biggest “Supernatural” fan can get tired of the apocalypse-sized cloud of angst that follows Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) around all the time.

Sure, the fate of mankind depends on their ability to battle Lucifer himself, but life doesn’t always have to be about pulling the car over to cry manly tears of manly man-pain. It’s okay to laugh once in a while too, guys!

Everyone loves the classic moment from the Pilot episode when Dean insists, “House rules, Sammy. Driver picks the music; shotgun shuts his cake hole.”

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Supernatural’s Mark Pellegrino: Fans Will Be Satisfied with the Finale

by Natalie Abrams at TV Guide
It’s the moment Supernatural fans have been waiting for all season: Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) is about to throw down with pretty much everyone. caught up with Pellegrino, who says Lucifer is quite the sympathetic character. (Um, what about that whole wanting to destroy all of mankind thing?) The 45-year-old actor also gave us the details on Lucifer’s journey to the apocalypse as well as the similarities between Lucifer and his character on Lost, Jacob. Everything has been leading up to the showdown between Michael and Lucifer. What has the journey been like for Lucifer?
Mark Pellegrino: It’s been interesting because I go from a broken-hearted, blue-collar guy to a being that is far more powerful than even I thought. I never expected in a million years that Lucifer would be killing off pagan gods like they were nothing. [Laughs] I didn’t know I was that powerful. He’s on a mission, single-mindedly pursuing a goal and perhaps he’ll achieve it.

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‘True Blood’ spoilers: HBO’s star-studded on-set video

By Jethro Nededog at Zap2It

We’re almost speechless after watching HBO’s most recent offering: a behind the scenes look at “True Blood” Season 3 complete with executive producer Alan Ball, plus old and new faces.

Bill’s possible kidnapper? Tara’s new love? Eric’s new obsession? Lafayette’s newest squeeze? Sam’s homecoming? Jason’s latest distraction? A look at the real wolf pack?

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‘The Vampire Diaries’ May 13 finale spoiler revealed by Katerina Graham

by Corinne Heller at On The Red Carpet

The finale of The Vampire Diaries’ debut season is set to air on Thursday, May 13, and actress Katerina Graham, who plays Bonnie Bennett, recently shared with a major spoiler about what happens in the last episode.

The Vampire Diaries, which stars Nina Dobrev as Elena and Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder as vampires Stefan and Damon, has been renewed for a second season. Graham plays a psychic and Dobrev’s best friend.

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More Details Revealed About Spielberg-Produced TV Show Terra Nova

by Russ Fischer at Slash Films
Over the past few months we’ve started hearing about Terra Nova, a TV series for Fox with Steven Spielberg on board as one of the producers. The show has been said to involve time travel, dinosaurs and some other sci-fi elements. Few details have been known, and while we still don’t know a lot, there are a few new tidbits that have come to light just as Fox is on the threshold of announcing a series order.

EW says that Spielberg has recorded a video introduction that will be presented to advertisers on Monday if Fox commits to the show. We’ve been hearing that a 13-episode order was almost guaranteed to happen, and that Fox was going to order that straight off rather than going through the pilot process, due to the large expense involved in the sets and production.

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I don’t watch Supernatural and I’ve heard the “Driver” line! And now I know what it’s from. I’m excited about Terra Nova, I love dinosaurs and I trust Stephen Spielberg, so I hoping it won’t be hokey.

What did you think of the videos? Who do you think will die on tonight’s Vampire Diaries?