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Last Week in Innsmouth
By Heather S. Vina
Great news for fans of The X-Files: The show is returning for a six-episode season! Chris Carter, Gillian Anderson, and David Duchovny are all signed to return. And according to TV Wise, they are also looking to bring back William B. Davis, Robert Patrick, Annabeth Gish, and Mitch Pileggi. Not sure how that will work as at least one of them is a full-time cast member on another show. The X-Files news site has up an interview with Chris Carter on the show’s return!
12 Monkeys: With the advent of Ramses as the biggest villain of the show, EW asked the question: Is Ramses really the Witness? Executive producer Terry Matalas also answered some questions EW posed to him about the show.
American Horror Story: Chloe Sevigny is returning to the show as a regular for next season.
Dominion: Syfy put out a press release for some new characters for the second season.
Fear the Dead: The Walking Dead spinoff has been officially revealed to be called Fear the Walking Dead. Very original.
Grimm: Claire Coffee previewed to TV Line what is coming up for her character.
Heroes: Masi Oka (Hero) is returning for the short series.
Supergirl: The first villain has been cast. It will be Vartox, played by Owain Yeoman.
Over at Spoiler TV, the latest Raina Reveals has spoilers on shows 12 Monkeys, Beauty and the Beast, iZombie, andThe Returned.
The latest Ask Ausiello at TV Line has spoilers on shows Orphan Black, The 100, Grimm, Forever, Arrow, The Flash, and Game of Thrones.
Supernatural (Tuesday nights, 9pm, CW)
By Paula R. Stiles
There was a convention this weekend in Seattle. Spoilers were fairly vague (I think we’ve all heard the “Most intense season finale evah!” claim before), but there was at least one very intriguing bit. Someone asked Jensen Ackles point-blank about whether or not Dean now “knows he’s immortal.” Ackles’ response:
Are you saying that based off the fact that Dean’s died about thirty thousand times? Or are you referring to the Mark? You’re referring to the Mark of Cain. So, here’s my answer to that: I would say that Dean is not immortal, but perhaps his vessel could be. I would say that the Dean that we all know, and that is the brother of Sam, he could very easily go away. Something else could … you know … could become something, but it would not be the Dean that we know.
The synopsis for 10.18, “Book of the Damned,” is out (more Charlie, for our sins):
FELICIA DAY RETURNS AS CHARLIE – Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) calls Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) to tell them she found the Book of the Dead which could help remove the Mark of Cain. The Winchesters race to her after she tells them she’s been shot by a man named Jacob Styne (guest star Jeff Branson) who says the book belongs to his family and he won’t rest until he gets it back. Castiel (Misha Collins) and Metatron (guest star Curtis Armstrong) take a road trip to find Castiel’s grace but they hit a couple of road bumps along the way. PJ Pesce directed this episode written by Robbie Thompson (#1018). Original airdate 4/15/2015.
Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr. have started an IndieGoGo campaign for a web series called Kings of Con. It will continue until May 10.
Also, Ackles and Misha Collins are going head-to-head on a poll and it’s plastic swords at dawn.
Finally, “Paint It Black” went up a bit in demo to a 0.7/2 in demo and down a little to 1.70 million in audience.
We’ll be back next week with more news, spoilers and blatantly unabashed self-promotion. Stay tuned and check out our reviews of Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Torchwood, The Event, Once Upon a Time, Grimm and Supernatural.
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