Thursday, October 13, 2011

From LA Examiner: Zac Levi Serves Chick-fil-A; 'Community' Proves Fate Theory; 'The Middle's' Halloween; Anna Torv Teases a 'Fringe' Love Triangle...


"Zachary Levi hangs up his spy gear, slaps on a Chick-Fil-A uniform?"

For most actors, getting a gig on television would be enough for them to hang up their food service uniform once and for all. But Zachary Levi is not most actors. For a special one afternoon engagement, the star (and occasional director) of NBC's Chuck buttoned up his preppy blue and slapped on a name tag to serve patrons at the drive-thru of the brand new Chick-fil-A here in Hollywood. Why? To benefit charity of course! ... [MORE]


"Community rolls the dice in “Remedial Chaos Theory” but its laughs are fated"


Whoever said bottle episodes had to be contained to standing sets? Not Community, that’s who. Prepare to meet Troy and Abed’s new apartment! ... [MORE]





"PHOTO PREVIEW: The Hecks go trick-or-treating on The Middle"

The Middle’s Heck family may not be who first pops into mind when it comes to holiday cheer, but they’re bound to do Halloween right, right? After all, it’s just about getting free candy! ... [MORE]





"Anna Torv responds to a potential Fringe love triangle upon Peter’s return"


Though it is not long before Peter (Joshua Jackson) returns to the Fringe Division, fans of the FOX sci-fi drama might not want to get too excited too soon. After all, it’s not like he’s going to return and magically so will Walter (John Noble) and Olivia (Anna Torv)’s memories of him. Though both characters are seeing Peter’s face, they don’t understand how, why, or who he is. But he does. He remembers them, and more importantly, he remembers how important his relationships with them were. Putting people in a room together isn’t enough to tug on deeply ingrained emotional pulls, though-- not even in Fringe. So someone’s bound to be disappointed. In fact, when LA TV Insider Examiner sat down with Torv on the Vancouver set* of Fringe last week, she said flat-out that the homecoming is “not the reunion that Peter would be hoping for"... [MORE]


"ABC orders full seasons of Revenge, Suburgatory, Happy Endings"

It's a good day to be Paul Lee, as critics pretty much all across the television landscape were thrilled to hear the news of ABC's first full season orders of 2011-2012... [MORE]

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