Thursday, March 21, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'Newsreaders' Season Finale Advance Review; TNT Summer 2013 Premiere Dates; Seamus Dever Talks 'Castle'; ABC Summer Premiere Dates...

Earlier this season we brought you an interview with Mather Zickel about the new Adult Swim short series Newsreaders, evolved from an episode of Childrens Hospital into its own faux news program. In it Zickel teased the "hard-hitting" journalism his Louis La Fonda would be tackling this season, so it shouldn't surprise anyone that the season finale of the series has La Fonda sitting down with an accused serial killer (Bob Clendenin). La Fonda thinks so highly of himself and his journalism skills, he is a bit self-righteous in declaring the legal system "unfair" to the man who has to represent himself because no lawyer wants to take the case of a serial killer (who just happens to be accused of killing over a dozen lawyers)... [MORE]

"TNT announces summer 2013 premieres for Falling Skies, Franklin & Bash, more"

TNT has announced its Summer 2013 schedule today, and on it are returning favorites like Falling Skies and Franklin and Bash, as well as some new, surprise pick-ups.... [MORE

"Castle's Seamus Dever talks surprises & marital strife when Ryan is undercover"

ABC’s Castle has had a lot of fun of late with some comedic beats for Detective Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever). The situation of trying to have a baby itself isn’t funny, but the reactions by those with whom he shares a precinct have been. Castle is known for infusing such ribbing and banter wherever and whenever it can, to lighten up an otherwise serious, scary situation, and what we have seen thus far this season for Ryan may just be a way to ease into a very intense episode, “The Wild Rover"... [MORE]

"ABC announces Summer 2013 premieres for Mistresses, Motive, Rookie Blue"

ABC announces its Summer 2013 line up today, featuring the returns of reality series like Celebrity Wife Swap, The Bachelortte, Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition, and Wipeout, as well as a new season for Rookie Blue, and the premieres of Whodunnit? and Motive... [MORE]

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