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Transformers 4

Here are some set videos from Chicago’s McCormick Place, albeit made over to look like Hong Kong. [Comic Book Movie]

Game of Thrones

Joseph Gatt, who previously played a Frost Giant in Thor, has been cast in an undisclosed role in the fourth season that requires him to travel to Iceland; the current speculation is that he will play the wildling Styr, Magnar of Thenn. [TV Equals]


True Blood

Amelia Rose Blaire, who plays Willa Burrell, has reportedly been promoted to a series regular for next season. [Deadline]


Person of Interest

The sixth episode of season three will reportedly be called “Mors Prematura.” [SpoilerTV]


Episodes costar Kathleen Rose Perkins has been cast in the guest role of Vanessa, a former prosecutor who “outwitted and outworked everyone before she quit her job… [and who is] intelligent, intense, and always three steps ahead…vulnerable, unpredictable, but never without purpose, we don’t know whether to sympathize with Vanessa… or fear her.” [Give Me My Remote]

Under the Dome

Here’s a promo for episode ten, “Let the Games Begin.”


Here’s an interview with creator Eric Kripke.


Onetime Angel costar Alexis Denisof has joined his old showrunner David Greenwalt’s latest show, as Denisof will reportedly take on the recurring role of “Viktor Albert Wilhelm George Beckendorf, a cunning man who also happens to be first cousin of Eric Renard (James Frain).” [EW]



The fifth episode is reportedly called “League of Assassins.” It will feature a character called Dr. Anthony Ivo — whose DC Comics namesake is one of the world’s most notorious mad scientists — who “will be seen in flashbacks helping Lisa on the pirate ship that rescued her” and is supposedly trying to save the human race. [SpoilerTV]



Here’s an interview with star Jensen Ackles. [BuddyTV]

The seventh episode of season nine is reportedly called “Heaven Can’t Wait.” [SpoilerTV]


The Tomorrow People

Here’s a promo for the series premiere of the new CW show.

Falling Skies

Here’s the description of a new recurring character that will be introduced in the fourth season premiere, courtesy of E! Online:

Mira, a young East Indian girl who is being brain-washed with Espheni propaganda, but has a bit of a rebellious streak in her. Expect to see her team up with Matt and a few other kids in order to fight back.


[E! Online]


Kate Kelton reveals what’s going on with her character, waitress Jordan McKee, as the show heads into its fourth season:

She’s a bit of a bad ass now. Let’s just say the last six months have been a little rough. She’s probably showing those edges a bit. I’d say that from last season, she’s a bit darker and there are some surprises coming.

Would you say that Jordon is thinking clearly? Is maybe revenge or just anger driving her actions?
It’s a very adept combo of all of the above I would say. That’s pretty much nailing it right there. She’s not thinking very clearly, she is driven by revenge and anger is absolutely eaten up her soul. She’s on a tear, let’s just say.

I would say some of it is justified, right?
Certainly. Certainly. Certainly. She’s definitely, definitely got good reasons. She doesn’t watch Haven so, she doesn't know how beloved all these people are so she’s going to blame them. I'm reminded of the cliché that feminists are often disparaged as being 'angry' and then I remember Ani DiFranco's brilliant observation that the completely natural response to injustice IS anger. It is most certainly NOT apathy! So if Jordan is reacting to an unjust situation, anger seems like a perfectly justifiable reaction, no?


[TV Fanatic]

Teen Wolf

Creator Jeff Davis offers this teaser for what monsters might show up in the second half of the season:

"You may see others, but it revolves around the Kitsune myth. You'll see, but we have some great new bad guys this season that we're excited about."


[E! Online]

Beauty and the Beast

Here’s a pair of sneak peeks at the second season premiere, “Who Am I?”

Additional reporting by Katharine Trendacosta and Charlie Jane Anders.