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Last Week in Innsmouth
Doctor Who (Saturday nights, 9pm, BBC America)
By Paula R. Stiles
Actor Joivan Wade (from last season’s episode “Flatline”) will be making a return appearance as Rigsy in episode 10 this season.
The official site has up a video interview with new writer Sarah Dollard.
By Heather S. Vina
Comic-Con is just around the corner! More and more shows, and movies, are being announced as appearing. Variety has up a pretty comprehensive calendar so far of who will be there, which days. Though heads up: They have a typo on the last day, as it’s Sunday, not Saturday.
TV Line has up a tv series-related page that they will be keeping updated as news comes out.
TV Guide Magazine has up a handy guide to the recently announced premiere dates for CBS’ shows, including Supergirl, which is premiering a bit late on October 26.
Sad news for fans of Constantine: Daniel Cerone has officially announced the show is done. The last-ditch efforts to shop the show to another network have failed.
12 Monkeys: There’s a new promo out for season two. Don’t get too excited: It doesn’t have any new scenes yet.
American Horror Story: Some of the former and current cast members appeared on a “For Your Consideration Panel” and Variety has a recap of some of their discussion.
Daredevil: Actor Jon Bernthal has been cast as Frank Castle, AKA The Punisher, for season two.
Defiance: Grant Bowler has up an interview with Blastr.
Falling Skies: Noah Wyle previewed the coming final season of the show with TV Line.
Fear the Walking Dead: Robert Kirkman told EW that the spinoff will contain “clues” to the original series. He also promised a more urban look for the show, compared to the rural look of the original.
Game of Thrones: Showrunner Dan Weiss spoke with EW about last week’s disturbing death.
The Leftovers: There’s a new season two trailer up at TV Line.
Legends of Tomorrow: IGN has up an interview with actors Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell on their new show.
Mr. Robot: The new USA hacker drama has a behind-the-scenes article up at EW.
Once Upon A Time: TV Line has up some details on some new roles being cast and what they might mean for the show.
Shadowhunters: The show has cast another role, this time of Camille Belcourt, with actress Kaitlyn Leeb (Degrassi).
Supergirl: IGN has up an interview with several cast members on the new show.
Under the Dome: Spoiler TV has up the press releases for episodes one and two.
The Vampire Diaries: Not too surprising, but it’s been announced that actress Annie Wersching AKA Mama Salvatore, will return for a major recurring storyline next season.
The X-Files: Spoiler TV has a nice little list of the set photos that have come out this past week. Scully and Mulder and UFOs, oh, my!
Wayward Pines: TV Line has up an interview with showrunner Chad Hodge, who discusses the differences between the book and the series, and teases what’s to come.
The latest Spoiler Room at EW has spoilers on shows Under the Dome, Wayward Pines, Orphan Black, Falling Skies and iZombie.
Supernatural (Tuesday nights, 9pm, CW)
By Paula R. Stiles
The season is over, so no new episodes until the Fall (Yes, the dreaded Hellatus is upon us). But we still have repeats. This week, the repeat is “Paper Moon.”
There’s a new interview out with Jared Padalecki, talking about what he’s been up to recently.
The guest stars for the Comic-Con panel (which will be on Sunday morning in Hall H, as usual) will be Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Mark Sheppard, and Jeremy Carver.
SuperWiki did a picspam of Jerry Wanek’s behind-the-scenes photos and accompanying tweets for season ten.
The repeat of “Soul Survivor” maintained a 0.3/1 in demo and dropped slightly to 0.79 million in audience.
The Live+7 ratings are in for the season finale. It rose from a 0.7 to 1.3. In comparison, iZombie in its previous slot only rose from a 0.6 to 1.0.
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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