Supernatural: A Look Ahead to Episodes 16 and 17

by Debi Moore at Dread Central
We know what rabid fans the show has and how they are always looking ahead to what’s in store for them during the rest of the season. So today we have a look at some photos from Episode 16, “Dark Side of the Moon”, along with brief synopses of both that ep and #17, “99 Problems”.

If you’re thinking “Dark Side of the Moon” sounds like an ominous title, you’d be right since it’s an episode in which both Winchester brothers meet their demise: Ambushed by angry hunters, Sam and Dean are shot and killed and sent to Heaven. Castiel warns Dean that Zachariah is looking for them in Heaven so they need to lay low while searching for an angel named Joshua (guest star Roger Aaron Brown), who can help them since he talks directly to God. While searching for Joshua, the brothers run into some old friends and family members.

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New Promo Poster For ‘True Blood’ Season Three on HBO

via Icon vs Icon

HBO has released the first official teaser one-sheet for its third season of the hit vampire series, True Blood. The new season is set to debut on Sunday, June 13th!


The return to Bon Temps promises more love, action and …werewolves

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‘Vampire Diaries’: Dial up Stefan and Damon

By Korbi Ghosh at Zap2it

Did you get that?

At the end of Thursday night’s “Vampire Diaries” episode, Elena dialed the phone number above, and yes, kids, it’s a working line.

If you call it up — as we just did four or five times in a row — you’ll hear [a] message left by Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder)…

Read the message here

Interview With a Vampire…Diaries Star, Katerina Graham

Tierney Bricker at The Post Pioneer
Move over, Sabrina, because there is a new teen witch taking over the small screen — just heavy on the power and minus a talking cat (thankfully.)

20-year-old Katerina Graham masterfully plays said witch, Bonnie Bennett, on The CW’s hit show “The Vampire Diaries.” While viewers initially tuned in to get their daily requirement of vampires, they stuck around for the smart storytelling and complex characters; None more so than Bonnie as a young woman discovering and embracing her power. Graham proves that a witch can totally hang in a vamp’s world. Currently filming the final stretch of episodes in Atlanta, Georgia, Graham took some time to give us an exclusive interview:

Were you surprised when “The Vampire Diaries” became so successful so quickly?

I was very happy and always had a lot of faith in the show.

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Futurama, I Love You, and a To-Do List

by Yvette at Inner Geek
Where were you on March 28, 1999? I was in my apartment, eagerly awaiting and then watching the premiere episode of Futurama. I had a feeling I would like it… but I didn’t realize how much.

After Fox cancelled Futurama (mutter mutter Fox smells of elderberries), there was uproarious fan-demand for the show to be revived—especially after Family Guy came back. …Then totally awesome news from last year’s Comic Con that it was coming back (SQUEE) and would be aired on Comedy Central.

Which brings me to…

My Futurama To-Do List

  1. Dig out my 2003-ish era Moore Action Collectibles (still mint in box, of course) to display
  2. Re-watch all episodes with the alien language decoder in hand

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A Spoiler Free Review Of The New SGU

Meredith Woerner at io9
Next Friday, Stargate Universe is back! And if you can’t wait a whole week, check out our spoiler-free review of the next episode. Can the series keep hitting the higher standards it set in the last episode?

Everything we’ve been asking for, plot-wise, is starting to happen. All the complaints of “You’re in space in a massive and supposedly amazing spaceship, why isn’t there more space action?” are getting a response at last.

Here is the official synopsis. Beyond that, I promise I won’t spoil anything besides what we already know… but if you don’t want to know anything at all, stop reading.

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Has Your Struggle To Save Dollhouse, Sarah Connor Chronicles And Firefly Been Turned Into A Sitcom?

By Meredith Woerner at io9
Is NBC turning our torment into entertainment? Rumored sitcom Our Show pokes fun at our cancelled-show grieving process.

Here’s the premise: “a group of sci-fi fanboys in a small town shoot their own version of a canceled TV show.”

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That Futurama To Do list looks a lot like mine….except I’ve already watched all of the episodes and translated the alien language signs. I’ve started my “Home Sweet GoTo 10” cross stitch, but I don’t have any action figures. And I’m not sure how I feel about the sitcom based on fanboys, but we’ll see how they do it. Maybe NBC is trying to capitalize on the success of the Big Bang Theory?

What do you think of the Supernatural pictures? Have you called the number from Vampire Diaries? What do you think of the True Blood poster?