Jane Espenson Talks Torchwood, A Horse Heart, Once Upon A Time And Another U.K. Series Remake For Syfy
I could go on and on about Espenson and how some of the episodes she’s written are absolutely brilliant (Buffy examples of brilliance include “Band Candy,” “Pangs,” “Conversations With Dead People,” and “Life Serial.”) but if you know who she is, odds are, you’re already aware of her skills. And even if you don't, but you're a fan of great TV writing, this interview is worth a look and full of interesting tidbits on upcoming series.
Attention anyone looking for random former recurring Buffy characters on TV: Grey’s Anatomy’s Seattle Grace is about to be paid a visit by one of Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s arch nemesis(sseessss).
Buffy fans will appreciate this bit of news, which was revealed tonight by Alyson Hannigan via Twitter. It seems Hannigan is going to be reuniting with someone from the Buffyverse in an upcoming episode of How I Met Your Mother.
If you’ve been wondering all these years why there was never a Faith-centered Buffy the Vampire Slayer spinoff series, Eliza Dushku finally dishes the dirt on why the project never came to pass.
Superheroes seems to be a popular genre choice for television shows and Three Inches doesn’t sound all that unique, however, there’s a good chance that with an awesome writing team behind the series, it could turn out to be fun.
It's not too late to help schedule the forthcoming Buffy the Vampire Slayer 30-episode marathon on Logo. Fans can rank their top ten episodes on the network's website, and then tune in June 11-13 to catch the 30 episodes receiving the most votes
Alyson Hannigan is an integral part of one of the best comedy ensembles on television as Lily on CBS's How I Met Your Mother. Hannigan took some time out of her busy schedule to chat with me about the show, her new baby, and a fun little project she's doing on the side.
It’s always great when two geekdoms collide, isn’t it? Like hearing that a couple of former Battlestar Galactica cast members will be making appearances on Dollhouse. Now it looks as though there’s another merging of BSG and the Whedonverse.
It’s been reported that actor Andy Hallett passed away after a five-year battle with heart disease. Hallett, who was just 33 years old was most known for his role as Lorne (aka “The Host”) in the TV series Angel (the spin-off to Buffy the Vampire Slayer). This is truly sad news as Hallett was an extremely talented man.
Gellar’s brief stints in the film world over the years since Buffy left our television screens have run rampant with mediocrity. Serious roles have been laughable at best, but Gellar has remained in her element with a mild bent on comedy.
Ok, I'll admit I have a tendency to get caught up in TV romances. If the chemistry is there and the acting and writing is good, there's nothing like seeing two great characters get together. Even those dragged out on-again-off-agains can be fun to watch when done right. But let's face it; not all TV relationships are great. In fact, Katey and I came up with a handful of ones that were downright terrible.
While we’ll have to wait a bit for Arquette's episode to air, fans of Seth Green won’t have to look further than the season premiere of Earl to see Green’s appearance in the series. We’ve got some pictures and videos from the premiere, which airs on NBC on Thursday, September 25th (a one-hour episode!).
Is there a chance that the Buffy animated series might finally actually happen? If the folks over at SlayAlive.com have anything to say about it, it will. The website is organizing a campaign to get the series made and either aired on TV or put out in webisodes similar to the hilarious Dr. Horrible web-mini-series.
Harris might be widely known for his role as neo-yuppie, Barney on How I Met Your Mother but many of us remember when he played the adorable kid-genius, Doogie Howser, MD. Harris hasn’t forgotten his roots either and he’s using his former fake-doctorness to promote Old Spice.
This weekend the new Pixar movie, Wall-E is set to hit theaters. The story centers on a Robot and as most of you are probably aware, robots are hardly uncommon in TV and movies. It makes sense as robots are very useful. They’re usually programmed to do things like clean, fight and lift heavy objects. The downside is they sometimes become self aware and turn against their masters.