Thursday, January 12, 2012

From LA Examiner: 2012 People's Choice Awards Winners; Geoff Stults Introduces 'The Finder'; 'Archer' Advance Review...



Traditionally, the People's Choice Awards have always been held in venues small enough to only be able to house presenters and winners for the ceremony, so the red carpet is usually a good indication of those shows and performers who will be taken home coveted fan favorite statues. Though the venue has changed, with this year's 2012 show being held live in Los Angeles at the Nokia Theatre, the rule still applied to a degree. Not all winners were on-hand to accept their awards, and that did free up a few seats inside for other deserving talent. Since the show was telecast on CBS and hosted by The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco, a number of friends from the eye network turned out to show support, as well. Read on for the full list of winners in the television categories... [MORE]


"Q&A: Geoff Stults introduces fans to FOX’ other Walter on The Finder"


Though you may have checked out a preview of The Finder when Bones aired an episode last season to introduce the characters, a lot has changed between then and now. We’re not just talking about new cast or characters, either, but tone and qualities of both the show, as well as the characters that survived. We sat down with series star Geoff Stults at FOX’ TCA press tour in Los Angeles to get the scoop on what to expect from The Finder going forward... [MORE]


"Archer bonds with Burt Reynolds in his third season return"

The last we saw Sterling Archer (H. Jon Benjamin), he was in an increasingly downward spiral after his fiancĂ© flipped off the roof to her death at their impromptu wedding. He ultimately ran away from home, forsaking his mother Malory (Jessica Walter) and ISIS and captaining a pirate ship. Seriously. It was a three-episode arc that felt much more like a “between seasons” mini-series than the start of the third season. And in truth, when the third season resumes with “The Man From Jupiter,” we are back to classic Archer with a shoot-em-up caper, special new foe, and a whole mess of insecurities for the spy to tackle... [MORE]

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