Friday, January 20, 2012

From LA Examiner: James Wolk Heats Up 'Happy Endings'; 'The Voice' Chair Goes On Tour; 'Cougar Town' & 'Being Human' Spoilers...

"PHOTO PREVIEW: James Wolk heats up Happy Endings"

The character of Max (Adam Pally) on Happy Endings is not exactly what you would call "serious," right? Or "should be taken seriously," especially when it comes to relationships. But perhaps that is just his way of acting out after he has gotten hurt in the past. And as we will learn in just a few weeks, Max was hurt pretty badly by an old love-- yes, we said love! ... [MORE]

"Meet The Voice chair in Los Angeles!"

Remember when you were a kid and your favorite actors from teen series would go on mall tours? Hundreds of screaming, squealing girls would line up to snap a photo, get an autograph, probably try to steal a lock of hair or piece of clothing. It was a great way to promote the start of a new season or a very special episode. In fact, if we remember correctly, it was done most commonly with NBC shows. And guess what? The event is returning-- but with a twist. The Voice may not be returning to NBC for a few weeks, but before it does, you will have a chance to meet one of its stars on a very special mall tour. That's right: the big red chair will be on display at malls across America, starting right here in Los Angeles with the Westfield in Topanga Canyon... [MORE]

"Danielle Dishes: Cougar Town “Ain’t Love Strange” 3rd season premiere spoilers"

We were worried it couldn’t possible live up to the hype, but we are happy to report that we were wrong. The third season premiere of Cougar Town is everything we wanted from the series (well, without a little upgraded Penny Can action anyway) and so much more. You’ve waited long enough for the show to return, so we’re just going to jump right into what you wanted to know about the episode! ... [MORE]

"Jeremy Carver divulges Being Human S2 secrets & the return of Bishop"

“The underlying theme of the season…is each of our characters is being tempted by something that is leading them down a darker path,” Being Human executive producer Jeremy Carver reminded critics, LA TV Insider Examiner included, on a conference call to promote the second season airing on Syfy... [MORE]

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