Monday, March 31, 2008

Stargate Atlantis / Firefly - Video: Jewel Staite at Supanova Con

Courtesy of Project Cloverfield:

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Stargate Atlantis - Big Finish: Pre-Order "A Necessary Evil' CD

From Big Finish:

You may now preorder the 'A Necessary Evil' CD

1.2 Stargate Atlantis: A Necessary Evil - CD

Price: $20.07 + $3.03 shipping

CD Extras

Behind-the-scenes interview with Torri Higginson

Technical Details

Featuring: Torri Higginson and Timothy Watson
Writer: Sharon Gosling
Music: Steve Foxon
Director: Sharon Gosling
Recorded: 21 January 2008
Duration: 70' approx
Released: May 2008


This story assumes that Doctor Weir was mind-probed by the Asurans following her capture at the beginning of season four. During the probe, the incident she recalls is set during season three, after Common Ground and prior to First Strike.


“This planet that you love so much... If you were not hidden, it would not exist, or at least not like this.”

When Sheppard’s team encounter a culture with phase shift technology that keeps their entire population invisible - and immaterial - to the outside world, it looks like Atlantis might have found the perfect protection from the Wraith. Eager to make a trade for the technology, Doctor Weir embarks on a diplomatic mission to negotiate with the people of Lannavulin. But once there, it becomes apparent that not everyone is happy with the planet’s status quo...

Battlestar Galactica - The SciFi Guys: Audio Interview with Bear McCreary

From the SciFi Guys:

Tune in Wednesday April 2 at 8pm (GMT) for The SciFi Guys audio podcast, which includes the second half of their interview with Battlestar Galactica composer Bear McCreary.

The audio interview should also be available for download within a few days of the broadcast.

The Simpsons - HULU Video: E. Pluribus Wiggum

Battlestar Galactica - NEW Photos - 'Ties That Bind'

From the NEW Battlestar Galactica season four episode, 'Ties That Bind," publicity stills:

Chief Galen Tyrol (Aaron Douglas)

Chief Tyrol and Torry Foster (Rekha Sharma)

Crewman Specialist Cally (Nicki Clyne)

Doctor Who Season Four Trailer

Stargate SG-1 - Gary Chalk (Col. Chekov) Audio Interview

From TFW2005 (a Transformers site):

Gary Chalk Interview

We had the good fortune to get a hold on Gary Chalk and talk him into doing an interview with us. Take a listen and find out what he has to say about many things, like voice acting compared to camera acting, Transformer fans vs. Stargate fans and many other things.

Supernatural - SciFi Wire: Supernatural Looks To Year Four

From SciFi Wire:

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12:00 AM, 31-MARCH-08

Supernatural Looks To Year Four

Sera Gamble, producer of The CW's Supernatural, told SCI FI Wire that the writers are brimming with story possibilities for the show's upcoming fourth season, which The CW recently announced.

"[Series creator and executive producer] Eric [Kripke] has some really strong ideas for how to expand the mythology next season," Gamble said in an interview. "We've been pitching ideas to each other that have [gotten] everybody really excited. ... First, we got deeply philosophical, and then we went back to 'Hey, how can we chop a bunch of people's heads off with these ideas?' [laughs]"

Gamble added that the early pickup by The CW means that the writers can set things up as the third season winds down. "We're especially excited that we heard about the pickup early enough that we can start working on what we're going to be doing at the beginning of next season now so we can thread some things in," she said.

The current third season, which was interrupted by the recently settled writers' strike, concentrated on the battle by Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) against the demon army unleashed at the end of the previous year. Meanwhile, the season is building to a resolution of Dean's dilemma: He struck a deal with a demon to trade his soul for Sam's life. He has only a year to live.


The third season will resume with new episodes, starting in late April, building to the season finale, written by Kripke, in which Dean must face the deal he struck with a demon to save Sam's life. The strike-shortened season has caused the writers to abbreviate some of the planned stories, but Dean's fate will remain front and center as the season comes to a close, Gamble said, offering a few spoilers.


Supernatural airs on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT. --Kathie Huddleston

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