via aceshowbiz.com: ‘Supernatural’ 5.10 Preview: Abandon All Hope
In the next “Supernatural”, Sam, Dean and Castiel track down the Colt and head off to find Lucifer to send him back to Hell. It’s a hunters’ reunion when the crew joins forces with Bobby, Ellen and Jo for what could be their last night on Earth.
The episode is called “Abandon All Hope” and it will boast the guest starring appearances from Alona Tal, Samantha Ferris and Mark Sheppard. The first two reprise their roles as Jo and Ellen respectively while Mark makes his debut as Crowley. The episode will air on November 18 as the last episode of 2009 and the show is scheduled to return with originals on January 14.
Talking about the episode that will leave fans hanging, Misha Collins aka Castiel told Huffington Post that there will be a huge showdown between him and Lucifer.
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via Ollie Chong aka AdoreBill at True Blood net: Stephen Moyer Chats With The New Zealand Herald
Stephen Moyer has been in New Zealand filming his latest film “Ice” before he returns back to Los Angeles to begin shooting Season 3 of True Blood in early December. Jacqueline Smith from The New Zealand Herald had the chance to catch up with Stephen in the “bowels of the Auckland museum,” which was part of the set for “Ice,” and had a little chat with him about his time in New Zealand.
Stephen was asked what he thought about New Zealand to which he stated that he found the country to be absolutely beautiful and wished to come back again to have a better look around next time. However, the aspect of moving there and living there with Anna would not be possible because of the demands of work to be in America six months out of the year and his kids being in London. Though, Stephen did mention that there’s a possibility that at some point they could have a holiday home there.
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By Karla Peterson at Sign On San Diego: Sci-fi heyday: ‘The Prisoner’ on AMC
Sunday’s debut of “The Prisoner” is a chaotic, time-shifting blur that starts with a jolt and ends with a cliffhanging question mark. But even as this first episode sends viewers on a crazy-train ride to who knows where, the show has already arrived in the right place at the right time.
In the fall of 2009, sci-fi and fantasy TV shows are having a real pop-culture moment. Last week, ABC’s debut episode of “V” drew more adult viewers than “NCIS,” and the network’s mind-spinning “Flash Forward” has become one of this season’s most impressive new shows.
Based on actor Patrick McGoohan’s groundbreaking 1968 mystery series, AMC’s “The Prisoner” plunges you into the shadowy world of Six (Jim Caviezel, “The Passion of the Christ”), who finds himself trapped in an idyllic place called the Village, where people have numbers for names and no one has any desire to get out.
But Six has memories of a previous life in New York, and even as the Village’s seductively evil leader (Ian McKellen) insists there is no New York, Six won’t stop asking uncomfortable questions and pursuing dangerous leads until he gets back there.
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This is the first time I’ve actually heard what “The Prisoner” was about. Every preview I’ve seen seems to be relying on action to draw viewers in. Now that I know, I’ll actually watch it.
Do you think “The Prisoner” looks good? What do you think of all the sci fi shows this season? What’s your favorite?