Thursday, March 15, 2012

From LA Examiner: 'Modern Family' Spoilers; 'Community' Women Talk Show Wedding; 'Missing' Men Respond to My Review; 'Supernatural' Spoilers


"VIDEO: Modern Family cast talks Disneyland and a season finale prom"

The cast of Modern Family has been shooting its third season finale all week in Los Angeles, but they took time out of their busy production schedule to attend the Paley Center for Media's annual television festival. It was the second time the comedy series received the honor of being included, and this time, they brought the whole family, kids included. Before they took the stage, though, they hit the red carpet, and we got the scoop on two of their very special upcoming episodes: their "day-cation" at Disneyland and their season finale! ... [MORE]


"VIDEO: The
Community women talk weddings!"


We already teased that when Community finally returns with the rest of their third season, they are pulling out all of the stops to ensure the fans get the character interactions with which they have so deeply fallen in love. We also already teased Shirley’s (Yvette Nicole Brown) proposal, but in actuality, the show is moving a whole lot faster than “just a proposal” in the first episode back, “Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts"... [MORE]


"Missing’s men (Cliff Curtis, Nick Eversman, Adriano Giannini) open up about the show"

“I don’t think there is anything that my parents wouldn’t do to help me, to find me, you know, they’d go to the ends of the earth just to see me one more time if something like this happened. I have a very strong family and a very tight-knit family, but regardless of that, if there’s somebody that you’re close to, and they’re suddenly gone from your life, there’s that longing and aching to get them back. Undeniably. Especially when you know that they could be out there...and especially if you have the tools to do it, you go!” Nick Eversman spoke of himself, but he really could have been describing his Missing character as well, when LA TV Insider Examiner sat down with him and a couple of his co-stars in Los Angeles last week... [MORE]


"Supernatural’s Sera Gamble previews a “life or death scenario” for Sam"


When Supernatural executive producer Sera Gamble reminds us during an interview that "Sam and Dean really only have each other going into this end run, and they’re holding each other the best that they can," we know things are about to get really dicey. Honestly, though, how can they not? The brothers are facing a "big bad" unlike any other, Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) included. The Leviathans are monsters so terrible they had to be locked away from all of the other monsters, and that alone speaks volumes about the challenge Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) have to face (and ultimately overcome) by the end of season seven. But before they can get to that, they have a few more pressing issues at hand like, oh, a pair of cursed ballerina slippers, some "drunken shenanigans," and a little issue with Sam ending up in a psych ward... [MORE]

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