About two weeks ago, I pondered (jokingly) how Castle should resolve the cliffhanger that it left us fans on. But your discussion turned so interesting (I read every comment!), how about we play this game again, this time taking on Supernatural, which aired its finale exactly two weeks ago tonight. (And we can hit on a different show every week during the summer, if you’d like.)
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UPDATE 2: Your season finale recap is live!
UPDATE: Woah, PopWatchers. If you saw that final twist coming, you should probably take your powers of prediction to Vegas. As for the rest of us, we’ll just sit here patiently waiting for this “WTF” face to go away. Here’s the short of it all: [SPOILERS AHEAD]
PopWatch asked readers to name the TV character they’d date in real life. After tallying more than 2,000 nominations (yes, we read them all), we’re ready to take it to a vote. We’ve put your top picks — 25 men, and 29 women (there was a tie for that last spot) — in two polls below. Vote now through Tuesday at midnight ET. Come back Friday when we’ll reveal the results. Remember: You can’t change anything about the character you’re picking, other than that he or she will no longer have feelings for his or her show love interest. (Second rule: Do not feel guilty.) Note: The order the characters are listed in the polls below is how they ranked during the first round, when you could be indecisive. What will happen when you can only pick one? READ FULL STORYLast week,
After an unfortunate week-long delay, Smallville and Supernatural are BACK tonight, PopWatchers. (Hold applause and tears of joy until the end of the post, please.)
Tonight marks the return of Allison Mack as Chloe, and judging by the previews it’s going to be everything mega fans have been waiting for. Over on Superntural, Sam and his soul are bffs again, and we’re introduced to a new big (actually, it’s normal-sized, technically) baddie. READ FULL STORY
Tonight marks the soft launch of one of the TV season’s most intriguing timeslot showdowns: Fox’s sci-fi cult fave Fringe vs. The CW’s fantasy/horror cult fave Supernatural at 9 p.m. I say “soft” because Supernatural airs a repeat tonight; it’ll return with new episodes next week. Fringe — moving into the timeslot after spending over a year on Thursday nights — comes back from the winter break with an original outing entitled “The Firefly,” which plays like a wink to Joss Whedon’s gone-too-soon outer space oater (and Friday-at-9 failure) Firefly.
In its third season, Fringe has been attracting around 5 million viewers in real time. Most pundits expect that Fringe will take a ratings hit in its new home, but no one is certain how big that hit will be. Fans seem alarmed about the long-term prospects of the show; we’ll see if they’re concerned enough to make the commitment to staying home on Friday nights as opposed to making it a watch-on-DVR-over-the-weekend thing. READ FULL STORY
Inside Lacrosse Magazine‘s 2011 All-Name Team (which playfully compiles the most blue-blooded names of real-life college lacrosse players) will be closely analyzed by any TV writer who wants to get his pet project on The CW. After all, you can’t just stuff your hip new teen pilot with the same ol’ Liams, Clays, and Stefans. For mentally blocked writers, then, this list of the preppiest lacrosse-ey sounding names is a welcome cheat-sheet: You could fill up the network’s entire fall slate with the likes of Caldwell, Baxter, and oooooo … Brogan! That is the name of a Vampire Diaries recurring character if there ever was one. Check out the entire first-team after the jump: READ FULL STORYIt may not be as big as the Oscar nominations (or even the Razzies), but today’s unveiling of
I’ve always tried to steer clear of voting for things like the People’s Choice Awards — and not for the elitist reasons you might think. It’s mostly because I become very addicted to it. It’s the same feeling I get when an eBay auction I’m involved in starts spilling over the budget I claimed I was going to stick to. What’s worse is when — like with the PCAs — you aren’t able to see the poll results. WE HAVE NO IDEA HOW WE’RE DOING. Ugh. Can you tell I’ve caved and started voting?
If you’re familiar with my battle cry at all, you know I’ve thrown much of my support behind Supernatural in the Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show category. But this year, I’ve split screened my computer into two voting windows and alternated between the formerly mentioned race and the Favorite TV Drama Actress category.
You see, when I spoke with Lisa Edelstein last week to get some House scoop out of her, we got onto the subject of her nomination in the category, and two things made me cave and hit the voting site. 1) She admitted to voting for herself once but never again because, she joked, “It just doesn’t feel healthy.” 2) She wants it because it shows you care. “If it’s just me sitting there obsessively voting for myself, it feels pathetic,” she said. “Whereas if other people are voting, you actually can feel good about it.” She added, laughing, “I don’t want to win the People’s Choice Award because I chose myself 8,000 times.”
If I was nominated, to hell with all the bitters who poo on the show, I’d want my darn award, too. I have to get back to voting now — because I get twitchy at the thought of a rival gaining momentum. But tell me, am I the only one who gets unnecessarily competitive about these things? And who are you throwing your weight behind for the People’s Choice Awards? (Voting concludes at 11:59 p.m. ET!)
It’s been a rather intense season of TV so far. We’ve had shocking deaths, complicated plots of revenge, and wild cliffhangers. Thanks to these startling moments (and many others), I’ve spent probably 70 percent of my time since premiere week clutching my imaginary pearls. But it wasn’t until today that I realized something was missing from all of this. An appropriate sound effect! Enter Inception button, an addicting three-second ride of intensity and horror. (Click here to get totally addicted.)
Funny thing is that when I pressed the button, I didn’t think of Inception at all. I thought of TV. Specifically, I thought of this week’s Supernatural, when Sam watched as Dean got turned into a vampire. He just stood there! (Clearly, I won’t be getting over this any time soon.) He didn’t use his bulging muscles to wrestle the vamp away. He didn’t make any attempt to hack fangy’s face off. Nothing. He just stood there and smirked maliciously! If there was ever a time for the Inception button, it was then.
What about you, PopWatchers? Press the button, and tell me what TV moment popped into your head. Um, unless you actually think of Inception. In which case, congratulations on your sanity.
First, Castiel is returning tonight on Supernatural after being MIA in the first two episodes of the season. Now, a new trailer has popped up for Supernatural: The Animation. Oh, the Supe gods are smiling upon us today in a glorious way!
As you might recall, the project was announced at the beginning of summer and promptly broke my heart because it’s all in Japanese. (Although, showrunner Eric Kripke confirmed at Comic-Con that Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles would dub a couple of episodes. But call me greedy, I want them all.) Despite the language barrier, I have great appreciation for what we’ve seen so far in previews. (The latest is embedded below.) READ FULL STORY
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