I can’t remember if I watched the end of the last season of Heroes, or if I just let the Tivo delete them on its own. Tonight the two-hour premiere of Heroes hits the NBC network, and I’m wondering how it will do in the ratings.Â Heroes, which was once the number one show in America, has to contend with the season premieres of House, and Two and a Half Men, as well as that Dancing with the Stars episode featuring Tom DeLay.
Who’s gonna watch tonight?Â Let your thoughts be heard in the comment section below.
The Hollywood Reporter is circulating news that BrYan Singer has been tapped by Universal Pictures to produce and direct the big screen adaptation of Battlestar Galactica.Â Thanks to a power outage, and a two-year-old who fills up the TiVo with crap children’s programming, I’ve not had a chance to watch the final four episodes of the series, so I have no idea if Singer jumping on board for a movie franchise is a good idea or not.
There is no script for the new “Galactica,” though insiders have said the feature is to be a complete reimaginging and will stand separately.
If it does stand separately, it’s going to be a really strange movie, as I doubt audiences will be interested in yet another interpretation of the Galactica series, especially when the large fan base has a huge love-on for the just wrapped series. Since it is Friday, what say you Major Spoilerites?Â Do you have any interest in seeing a movie redux of Galactica Returns?
The new season of The Spectacular Spider-Man debuts at 7:00 PM ET/PT on Monday June 22, and we have a sneak peek of what you can expect from the episode.
In the season premiere, “Blueprints,” Peter wants to talk to Gwen about their first kiss, but before he gets the chance, Spider-Man has a run-in with the sorcerer Mysterio.Â Following in the additional brand-new episode, “Destructive Testing,” Peter wrestles with his feelings for both Gwen and Liz, but in the meantime, Kraven the Hunter has arrived to make Spider-Man his prey.
The Spectacular Spider-Man has moved to Disney XD for those of us in the States, so make sure you set your Tivo accordingly.
Reaper is a great show.Â A really great show.Â If you aren’t watching Reaper, you’re missing out on the next best thing to a series that is turning into the next Buffy the Vampire Slayer.Â There are obviously a lot of people not watching the show, as the CW series continues to go into the toilet.Â This would certainly spell the end of the series, had ABC Studios not thought otherwise.
Sources said show producer ABC Studios is in talks with CW affiliate stations about continuing “Reaper” as a syndicated series for Sunday night.
So when the network recently decided to give Sunday night back to its affiliates, they started preliminary conversations with ABC Studios about possibly continuing the show with original episodes.
Sources said that ABC Studios also is exploring a possible afterlife for the cult series on cable.
Both of these options are long shots.Â While show star and hottie Missy Peregrym are both available should the show return, Tyler Labine, who plays Sock, is already signed for a new comedy on Fox for next year.
While I would love the series to continue to infinity and beyond, I think the writing is on the wall.Â Oh well, at least we’ll have the good memories and the reruns on my TiVo.
Is a Smallville reboot on the way?Â Perhaps everyone will get mind wiped at the end of the episode, or more than likely, a dream sequence.Â Tori Spelling as Linda Lake? Man, I really need to spend a weekend with catching up with all the shows on my TiVo.
Smallville: Superhero Gone Wild airs March 12, 2009.