From Debi Moore at Dread Central: Denis O’Hare Drops Some Hints About True Blood Season 3
Denis O’Hare has a pretty big movie opening this weekend, Martin Campbell’s Edge of Darkness starring Mel Gibson, but during the red carpet premiere just about all anyone wanted to talk to him about was True Blood, in which he’ll be appearing as the Vampire King of Mississippi. Read on for a few of the scoops O’Hare provided.

Are you as evil as they say you’re going to be?

Denis O’Hare: “No! I’m charming. I’m not evil – I’m charming. I’m the Vampire King of Mississippi. And I actually got my fangs today.”

Are we going to see you sucking on people?

Denis O’Hare: “Definitely. Yeah, definitely.”

Okay, but they say you’re the big villain…

Denis O’Hare: “No. I have a point of view. I’m for vampires, and I want them to get their rights. I want them to be preeminent, and I’ll do what I have to do to make that happen.”

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by Fred Topel at Sci Fi Wire: Spoilers! Werewolf rage and nudity due on Vampire Diaries
The CW’s Vampire Diaries returned last week to pay off the pre-holiday cliffhanger, and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) took Elena (Nina Dobrev) on a road trip, Elena finally confronted Stefan (Paul Wesley) about looking exactly like his ex, Katherine. Now the show builds up to the season finale, and you won’t know what’s coming even if you read all the books on which the show is based. (Spoilers ahead!)

Series creator Kevin Williamson told fans exactly what they could look forward to, and it won’t involve just the main three characters. Everyone has something to do.

Fans have guessed that they’re going to get to see Tyler (Michael Trevino) wolf out this year, but Williamson said you’ll have to wait for that. “Not this season, but anyone who’s been watching, they know that we hinted of it already,” Williamson continued. “If you’ve read the books, you know which character actually has the curse. It’s latent; it’s a repressed curse. It’s triggered by one particular activity that hasn’t happened yet, so we’ll go there probably in the next season.

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by Thomas Mill at Sci Fi Wire: 9 secrets from the set of Caprica
We stopped by the set of Caprica a while back to chat with the actors and brought back some tidbits for you to chew on as the show prepares for its first new episode this Friday. (Spoilers ahead!)

♦According to Paula Malcomson, Ron Moore is just as crazy as Deadwood creator David Milch, he just doesn’t show it. “Dave is outwardly insane, and Ron is inwardly insane,” she explained.

♦Malcomson also revealed that her character, Amanda Graystone, was originally supposed to have an affair, but that storyline got cut because they thought it would be more interesting for her to work through the death of her daughter via her 20-year relationship with Daniel Graystone (Eric Stoltz). “We just found that more exciting,” she said.

♦How does Esai Morales (Joseph Adama) feel about following up one of the most acclaimed sci-fi series in history, Battlestar Galactica? “It makes you really care to get things right.”

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By Luc Ippersiel at Two Geeks and a Blog: “Good News Everybody” Futurama’s ‘Rebirth’ in June!
Put a reminder in your calendar and set your PVRs because Futurama returns to Comedy Central on June 10! The first episode will be called ‘Rebirth’ and will kinda sorta not really continue from the story of the last straight-to-DVD movie, Into The Wild Green Yonder. Instead the characters will live a literal rebirth for the 6th production season and will focus more on the relationship between Fry and Leela. Word is that this episode is suppose to have you laughing from beginning to end.

You can find all the up to date information about the show’s return and it’s next episodes at a Futurama wiki called The Infosphere. Until then re-watch all 4 volumes on DVD & the 4 straight-to-DVD “movies” to get ready for a return that’ll be Legen…. wait for it….. dery!

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By Meredith Woerner at io9: Stargate Universe Writer Asks For Your Help With The New Season
Stargate writer and consulting producer for SGU Joseph Mallozzi took to his blog asking the Gaters for input while he’s scribbling away on the new season. Here’s your chance to tell them to throw the stones out the airlock.

Mallozzi’s blog asked his readers 5 questions about the NEW SGU series. Remember we still haven’t seen the second half of season one. But that shouldn’t stop you from voicing your opinion about the crew aboard the Destiny.

1. Which character would you like to see explored more?

2. What aspect of the show would you like to see exploited more?

3. What aspect of the show would prefer to see minimized?

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By Charlie Jane Anders at io9: 10 Reasons We’ll Miss Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse

Joss Whedon’s mind-warping Dollhouse ends tonight, and then we’ll enter the “endless rewatching and overanalyzing” phase of our relationship with this show. Here are 10 things we’ll miss most about Dollhouse, plus some clips from tonight’s finale.

The Cyberpunk visions. People don’t give Dollhouse credit for being cyberpunk, probably because there’s no A.I. in it. (And maybe “neuropunk” is an alternate term.) But really, this show is all about brain-computer interfaces, and it increasingly became about virtual spaces in its second season.

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I cannot wait for new Futurama!! I’m so glad we have a date now, I have every episode memorized, so it’ll be a nice change. And asking Stargate Universe viewers for tips on the show is great; there were some things that just irritated me about some characters.

What are you most looking forward to for True Blood Season 3? What about Vampire Diaries? Will you miss Dollhouse?