Tuesday, February 15, 2011

From LA Examiner: Bye-Bye Rebecca Mader on 'No Ordinary Family'; 'Parenthood' Welcomes Michael Emerson &Minka Kelly; Yvonne Strahovski Plans A Wedding



Now that Dr. King (Stephen Collins) knows the truth about the Powells (Julie Benz and Michael Chiklis), and they, in turn, know the truth about him, the race is on to expose each other, right? Well, maybe not exactly. After all, when human testing is involved, what you see on the surface is never all there is to the story... [MORE]



"Parenthood and Michael Emerson give a voice to adult autism"

Michael Emerson, you break our heart. We thought it was bad during LOST when he was Ben Linus, a man who we so desperately wanted to believe was redeemable and deep down only had the best intentions, especially after meeting his younger counterpart and realizing the crap he went through as a child. But then he goes and tops himself by taking a guest role on Parenthood as “Amazing Andy,”“ a kids’ party entertainer who specializes in bugs but more than lives up to his nickname by overcoming what the Bravermans have thus far seen as a giant handicap... [MORE]


"Chuck's Yvonne Strahovski weighs in on Sarah's struggles with the wedding"


Chuck’s Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski) has been anything but the regular "girl next door" in the NBC spy series, even when she was quite literally working next door to the Buy More. We have gotten to know her-- and she has gotten to know parts of herself-- in a way that no one probably expected when she first took the assignment and got involved in young Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi)’s life. She has taken great strides toward opening up emotionally, letting other people in, and accepting help from time to time. But she still has aways to go, especially when it comes to her personal life... [MORE]


"Want to be a TV writer? FOX-NYTVF has the contest for you!"

It's that time of year again! When aspiring sitcom or quirky writers all over Los Angeles (or anywhere, really) blow the dust off their favorite scripts and set to polishing them up. Or perhaps open a brand new Final Draft document and start anew. Because once again the Fox Broadcasting Company and the New York Television Festival (NYTVF) are throwing their annual Comedy Script Contest... [MORE]

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