Wednesday, March 7, 2012

From LA Examiner: Sarah Chalke Comes to 'Cougar Town'; 'Parks & Rec' Spoilers; 'Once Upon A Time' Villain Debate; 'Breaking In' Christian Slater Chat


"Sarah Chalke celebrates a Scrubs reunion on Cougar Town"

With Jules (Courteney Cox) getting married again on Cougar Town, it leaves her ex-husband Bobby (Brian Van Holt) sitting in the wind, only one sliver of a recent relationship to hold onto (and even that was barely anything more than a good time). It’s inevitable that he will look around, realize everyone else is moving on, and decide he wants a new relationship for himself. And Van Holt shared with LA TV Insider Examiner that is exactly what he will get-- at least part time-- in this third season of Cougar Town... [MORE]


"Parks and Recreation spoilers from PaleyFest 2012"

The fourth season of Parks and Recreation has been all Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) all the time. Between her new relationship with Ben (Adam Scott) and her run for City Council, much of the focus of each half-hour is on the lady of, well, the hour. Yet due to the smart writing style of showrunner Mike Schur and his writer’s room, this may be the season we have learned the most about the surrounding characters-- even if in small detailed moments rather than central plot points... [MORE]


"VIDEO: Once Upon A Time’s Lana Parrilla & Robert Carlyle debate the bigger villain"


The first season of Once Upon A Time so far has turned the idea of hero and villain within a fairy tale story on its side showing dastardly sides to both the Regina (Lana Parrilla) and Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) but also some deep vulnerability and sadness that deserves sympathy. Suddenly, learning that they lost such deep love in their lives, it makes a little more sense that they would turn to the dark side, right? But more than that, the season has toyed with the idea of which of them is really in charge in Storybrooke-- which one hold the truest power... [MORE]


"VIDEO: On the Breaking In set with Christian Slater"


If you tuned in to the second season premiere of Breaking In on FOX, you may have noticed it felt like a slightly different show from season one. Much of the episode was concentrated on the character relationships, rather than a big prank or mission, and that is exactly the vibe series showrunner Adam F. Goldberg is going for in season two. Inspired in part by other workplace comedies like The Office but also under the time restraints of a thirteen episode season rather than last year’s six that allowed for larger scale sets and ambitious locations, he is pulling his show into Contra, now a subset of OCP. Naturally this means a big adjustment for many of the characters, but perhaps none more so than Oz (Christian Slater), who has to get used to having someone to whom he must now answer... [MORE]

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