Video Teaser: Once Upon a Time (ABC) Season Two

I’ll admit I’ve been intrigued by ABC’s Once Upon a Time. There’s something about how the writers of Lost have managed to twist these classic fairy tales into the modern world that has kept my attention. It doesn’t hurt that it’s been fun to watch with the whole family.

After how they left it at the end of Season One, we’ve all been curious how things are going to progress with (SPOILER ALERT) magic flowing back into the world…

Well, here’s a teaser of who might be the big baddie this time around. And though I’m hesitant to believe that they can bring the good Captain into the world in a believable manner… I’ll still be watching in the Fall…

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The Fall Television Schedule… What will YOU be watching?

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Hi all!

With it being September now (shudder, where the heck is the year going?), I thought it was time to figure out what it was I’d be watching on television in the Fall.

So I came up with this list of shows that we’d watched last year or before…

New shows to watch:
And the schedule looks something like this:
  • Stargate: Atlantis (Friday July 11)
  • Eureka (Tuesday July 29)
  • Bones (Wednesday Sept 3)
  • Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Monday Sept 8)
  • Supernatural (Thursday Sept 18)
  • Big Bang Theory (Monday Sept 22)
  • Heroes (Monday Sept 22)
  • Two and a Half Men (Monday Sept 22)
  • NCIS (Tuesday Sept 23)
  • The Mentalist (Tuesday Sept 23)
  • CSI: NY (Wednesday Sept 24)
  • Chuck (Monday Sept 29)
  • Numb3rs (Friday Oct 3)
  • CSI (Thursday Oct 9)
  • Eleventh Hour (Thursday Oct 9)
So it’s another busy week for my DVR…
  • Big Bang Theory
  • Heroes
  • Two and a Half Men
  • Chuck
  • Eureka
  • The Mentalist
  • NCIS
  • Bones
  • CSI: NY
  • CSI
  • The Eleventh Hour
  • Supernatural
  • Numb3rs
  • Stargate: Atlantis

So we’ll see whether my DVR can handle the strain. 🙂

What shows are you guys planning on watching this season?


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Writer’s Strike Almost Over???

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Hey all…

I’ve seen from various news outlets, including ABC, Variety, and Slashdot that the Writer’s Strike may be coming to a close if the WGA‘s members vote through an agreement on Saturday. Could it be true?

Most picketers seem to be waiting to hear the details of the contract agreement from their WGA leadership on Saturday. Nobody wants to accept a bad deal just because there’s a deal on the table. Most members have very specific concerns about deal points, one of which being a 17-to-24 day window that studios would have for free usage of content before writers got paid for programs streamed on the internet.

But we should hear sometime Saturday whether the WGA members accept the terms of the deal.

An interesting quote I’ve seen in a few places is from former Disney CEO Michael Eisner

“It’s over. They made the deal, they shook hands on the deal. It’s going on Saturday to the writers in general… A deal has been made, and they’ll be back to work very soon.”

We can only hope that it happens soon. We may yet see new episodes of our favorite TV shows before the summer. But who knows?

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