‘True Blood’ season finale scoop: Sookie mulls light after [spoiler alert]!

by Michael Ausiello at EW
True Blood‘s third-season finale airs on Sept. 12, and HBO has just released the perfect appetite-whetter. An extremely spoilery description of the Alan Ball-penned episode!

“Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) grapples with his conscience while plotting his perfect revenge against Russell (Denis O’Hare). Fed up with being “vampire crack,” Sookie (Anna Paquin) considers a new life without Bill (Stephen Moyer)—or any other vampire.

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Lost epilogue leaked online: Our spoiler-laden review!

By Scott Edelman at Blastr
We thought we were going to have to wait until those Lost DVDs and Blu-rays were released Aug. 24 to catch that 12-minute epilogue and learn what Ben and Hurley got up to during the post-Jack era. But we were wrong. (And you won’t believe who’s back!)

YouTube user oilery has posted the full epilogue “The New Man in Charge” (which is probably vanishing even as we type these words), but we thought we’d tell you what we saw and what we thought of it.

And let’s just say it one more time—spoilers ahead!

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Josh Jackson Contemplating Vampire Diaries Guest Spot! (And Perfecting His Best “Brooding” Look)

by Kristin Dos Santos at E!

Some guest casting seems just too good to be true, but hello, universe? This one needs to happen!

Joshua Jackson tells me that he is talking to his former Dawson’s Creek boss Kevin WIlliamson about coming on The Vampire Diaries (you know, Kevin’s new show?) for an upcoming guest stint.

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How Walking Dead made the lip-less zombie girl a reality

By Meredith Woerner at io9

One of the most disturbing members of the undead in Robert Kirkman’s Walking Dead comic series is the “bicycle girl.” AMC has released video on how they made this nightmarish rib cage-wagging zombie a reality.

Frank Darabont’s Walking Dead TV series airs in October on AMC.

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Keck’s Exclusives: Jane Badler to Revive Diana on V’s Season Premiere

by William Keck at TV Guide
Thank you Scott Rosenbaum for just making V a thousand times cooler. After the executive producer let slip at Comic-Con that he’d be introducing Anna’s mother in V‘s November season premiere — and that her name would be Diana, fans went bonkers. I personally begged Rosenbaum to cast Jane Badler (so deliciously evil as lizard villainess Diana in NBC’s original ’80s V series) as this new incarnation of Diana, and word has just reached me that he has indeed awarded Jane the role. Woo-hoo!

When V returns, we will learn that Anna (Morena Baccarin) is keeping her mother prisoner on the mother ship in a never-before-seen section that has been designed to look like the Visitors’ home planet.

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‘Primeval’ star ‘loves sci-fi shows’

By Morgan Jeffery at Digital Spy
Alexander Siddig has revealed that he enjoys playing roles in science-fiction shows.

The actor played Dr. Julian Bashir on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and will join the cast of Primeval for the show’s upcoming fourth series.

He told UGO: “I will always have a soft spot, as long as I live, for doing crazy, geeky sci-fi shows. And I hope to goodness that people keep offering me them because I love them.”

However, he admitted that he was initially keen to distance himself from the genre when Deep Space Nine ended in 1999.

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The 11 greatest, craziest sci-fi crossovers in television history

By Alasdair Wilkins at io9
Tonight’s conclusion of the already epic Eureka/Warehouse 13 crossover is just scratching the surface of science fiction’s greatest TV crossovers. Well, we really ought to start here, shouldn’t we? We’ve already gushed about how much we’re loving this awesome crossover between Syfy’s two biggest shows, and I’ll have more to say about the Eureka side of the crossover tomorrow morning. Until then… Claudia. Fargo. Spiders. Lightsabers. Kissing. Enjoy.

Star Trek: The Next Generation meets Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: As the only two Star Trek shows to share the airwaves and the same quadrant of space, The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine were the two most natural crossover partners. And although there were occasional guest appearances and even a couple characters who moved permanently from one show to the other, we never got the big epic team-up that we all know we deserved.

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Do you like crossover episodes? What do you think of the True Blood and Lost spoilers? What do you think of the call-back to the original V series?