Wednesday, March 21, 2012

From LA Examiner: 'Supernatural' and 'Fringe' Executive Producers Preview The Next New Episodes; 'Best Friends Forever' Advance Review...


"Supernatural’s Sera Gamble previews Misha Collins’ and Bobby's (?) return"

“We were just sort of organically discussing where the story wanted to go…you know, we didn’t arbitrarily go ‘We’ve got to bring Misha back in a totally new form!’ It was a pretty story-driven decision,” Supernatural executive producer Sera Gamble told LA TV Insider Examiner of Misha Collins’ return in “The Born Again Identity"... [MORE]



"Fringe’s Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman tease two upcoming epic episodes"

Fringe finally returns to FOX with an all-new episode this week, and “A Short Story About Love” is bound to be an extremely special one for the fans. Not only is it also directed by showrunner J.H. Wyman-- a rarity for a network series delivering a full season order for the year-- but it is the episode that will provide answers as to whether or not Peter (Joshua Jackson) is in the right universe after all... [MORE]


"Mid-Season Preview: NBC's Best Friends Forever"

In the television day and age of close knit relationship comedies like Community and Cougar Town and Happy Endings, a show like Best Friends Forever, NBC’s newest friendship half-hour, as a tall order in front of it. In the span of just the pilot episode, we have to fall in love with these two women (Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair) the way they have obviously fallen in love with each other. We have to believe their friendship and want to be brought in as a part of it, making their dynamic duo a still awesome threesome. There are certainly moments of this in the pilot, like with the women’s Steel Magnolias ritual and the lengths to which they will go for each other (Jessica moving in with Lennon after a bad break-up immediately comes to mind), but theirs may be a bond that proves tougher (and longer) to crack... [MORE]

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