Thursday, September 27, 2012

From LA Examiner: 'Once Upon A Time' Advance Review; Tyler Labine Talks 'Animal Practice'; 'Nikita' Season Premiere Photos; Jensen Ackles Talks 'Supernatural'...


"Once Upon A Time's 2nd season premiere adds new characters & emotional layers"


When Once Upon a Time returns to ABC this weekend, it brings some very special moments with it. Not only is the magic back in Storybrooke-- but working differently than these beloved fairytale characters remember-- but so are relationships changed as everyone "wakes up," so to speak and remembers who they truly are-- and who they truly love. But Once Upon A Time is still a show with a deep mythology and twists and turns when it comes to villains, so naturally the second season premiere, "Broken," introduces quite a few new complications for characters (and perhaps an audience) that hoped they could finally just live happily ever after... [MORE]


"Animal Practice gives Tyler Labine a chance to play the straight man"

Let’s face it: even the biggest comedic actor in the world is going to seem extremely grounded when sharing scenes with a monkey wearing a lab coat, right? But for Tyler Labine, working as Dr. Doug Jackson on NBC’s Animal Practice allows him to be a grounding force in other ways that not only serve the story but also his own acting range... [MORE]



"PHOTO PREVIEW: Nikita's new division to be led by [SPOILER]"

 
Nikita returns to The CW in just a few weeks and the look of Division is very different. But probably not in the way you were expecting. Ryan (Noah Bean) takes charge of Division with Nikita (Maggie Q) by his side... [MORE]




"Jensen Ackles talks about teaming with Ty Olsson  in Supernatural"

As we know, at the end of last season, Dean and Cas get sent to Purgatory. We find that Dean has gotten out, and the time that he spent there, what happened there, has kind of changed his outlook—his perspective on things. These guys are always kind of at war with the evils of the world, but he got kind of a heavy, heavy dose of it down there because he’s surrounded by all of the things that he kills topside," Jensen Ackles said when LA TV Insider Examiner visited the set* of Supernatural this week... [MORE]

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