Wednesday, March 13, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'September's Notebook' Review; MTV Announces Season Premieres; 'Arrow's' Stephen Amell and Photos Preview 'Salvation'; 'Supernatural' Photos; Colton Haynes Promoted on 'Arrow'; NBC Shifts Spring Schedule...

FOX' Fringe wrapped up a few months ago, with Walter Bishop (John Noble) managing to travel forward in time to stop the Observers from being sent back and end up invading at all. He sacrificed himself for a greater cause-- so his family could live a normal existence without worrying about saving the world all the time-- which meant he was ultimately erased from their lives, too. The audience who traveled along the show's five year journey with them would never forget Walter-- and never forget the Observers, either, without which there would have been no show. Or at least a very different show. So "September's Notebook," a coffee table style book full of photos, character profiles, case studies, and special goodies may just be the ultimate in memorabilia, and memories, for any Fringe fan... [MORE]

"MTV announces Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous, The Show with Vinny premieres"

Spring and summer on MTV are heating up. Joining the previously announced season three of Teen Wolf is the return of Awkward in April (date still TBA), as well as two brand new series beginning on May 2nd. 2013. 10 p.m. sees the premiere of yet another Jersey Shore spin-off, The Show with Vinny, while 10:30 p.m. is the scripted comedy Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous... [MORE]

Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) has dealt with a presumed copy-cat vigilantes of sorts before on The CW's Arrow. The Dark Archer certainly hit a little too close to home, but in the next all-new episode entitled "Salvation," things explode even further when an angry Glades resident who goes by "The Savior" (guest star Christopher Redman) starts kidnapping and killing to punish those he believes wronged his neighborhood and flat-out broadcasts that his inspiration is The Hood himself... [MORE]

Personally, we love it when the Winchester Brothers of The CW's Supernatural cross paths with those they have helped (or been helped by) before. We have been clamoring to see them bump into Missouri (Loretta Devine) pretty much ever since we said good-bye to her that season one episode. But in "Freaks and Geeks," Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) will encounter someone from their more recent past. It won't be the happiest of reunions, but it still should be a fun return for the fans... [MORE]

"Arrow promotes Colton Haynes to series regular for season two"

Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) is running around Starling City telling the corrupt that they have failed, but today Warner Bros., the studio behind Arrow has certainly not failed its fans. WB has confirmed that yet another fan favorite has been promoted for season two. Colton Haynes, who plays Roy Harper and is a guest star through the end of the first season, joins Emily Bett Rickards as new series regulars next year... [MORE]

"NBC shifts primetime schedule, buries Smash on Saturdays"

NBC is shaking up its spring schedule just before a couple of series are set to return. The majority of the changes will affect Tuesday nights, so be prepared to adjust your DVRs accordingly... [MORE]

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