Winchester Radio Podcast #17 – AIRS TODAY!

February 2, 2008

Winchester Radio,'s podcast, airs today, February 2, 2008 at 6:30PM Eastern Time (USA). Be sure to tune in!

The podcast will also be available through iTunes and other feeds. Please check out the site for more information.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact the Podcast Staff.

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NOTE: Due to unexpected circumstances, the podcast will air today instead of on Sunady. We are sorry for the inconvenient. … Read More

Rating news for ‘Malleus Maleficarum’

February 2, 2008

From "Supernatural, also MIA for seven weeks, did 2.99 mil, down 200K."

Episode #3.10 will air NEXT WEEK, Thursday, February 7, at 9pm/ET, the second out of the last four episodes of Supernatural scheduled to be released.

Don't forget! Supernatural's last episode of the current batch will air on February 21, after which the series will be pulled out of the CW schedule. The time to gain ratings is now!

Watch the series on Thursdays, 9 pm/ET! Even if you tape it and/or (legally!) download it, make sure to watch it while it airs; tell your family, friends and co-workers to do the same; spread the word: Supernatural will not get Lost! and… Read More

Cast Bios Update

February 1, 2008

Fredric Lehne, Sebastian Spence, Nicki Aycox and Sterling K. Brown's biographies have been added to the site.

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Sterling K. Brown (Gordon Walker)

February 1, 2008

Full Name: Sterling K. Brown
Place of Birth: St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Sterling K. Brown graduated with a BA in drama at the prestigious Stanford University and went on complete his Masters in Fine Arts from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. With this firm foundation in the arts, he went on to take a series of roles in regional theatre.

Since embarking into the world of acting, he has since appeared in various television shows such as Tarzan, ER, NYPD Blue, Third Watch, JAG, Boston Legal, Alias and Shark. Brown has had recurring roles as Adam Williams in Starved and played the part of the cold and calculating vampire hunter, Gordon Walker, to perfection in Supernatural. He is also a regular in the drama, Army Wives, as Roland Burton.

He has made his mark in the film industry, acting alongside Taye Diggs in Brown Sugar, Ewan McGregor in Stay and David Duchovny and Julianne Moore in Trust the Man.… Read More

Nicki Aycox (Meg Masters)

February 1, 2008

Full Name: Nicki Lynn Aycox
Date of Birth: May 26, 1975
Place of Birth: Hennessey, Oklahoma, USA 

Nicki Aycox made her television debut in the syndicated comedy series Weird Science in 1996 and steadily built her acting career with roles in shows such as 3rd Rock from the Sun, USA High, Boy Meets World, Significant Others and L.A. Heat. Then along came Providence, wherein Aycox captured audiences with the recurring role of Lilly Gallagher.

She made notable guest appearances in Ally McBeal, The X-Files and Dark Angel. In the comedy drama Ed, she held her own as the carefree although somewhat turbulent Stella Vassey, playing sister to Julie Bowen’s character, Carol. Her run in the television industry proved to be on a high with successive recurring roles in LAX, Cold Case, Over There and Supernatural, where she played the role of the devilishly evil Meg Masters.

With such a fruitful career in television, it is not surprising that Aycox also boasts some film credits which include The Dogwalker, Rave Macbeth, Slap Her…She’s French, Jeepers Creepers II and Perfect Stranger starring alongside Halle Berry, Bruce Willis and Giovanni Ribsi.… Read More

Sebastian Spence (Tom)

February 1, 2008

 Full Name: Sebastian Spence
Date of Birth: December 9, 1969
Place of Birth: St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

Sebastian Spence started his acting career in theatre, appearing in such productions as Later That Same Life, Wolf in the Fold, The Ones That Got Away, Crime and Punishment, King Lear and The Great Fire Show.

Spence’s career in television started off with minor roles in Madison, Robin’s Hood, The Outer Limits, The X-Files and Fast Track. He then landed the lead role in First Wave as Cade Foster which arguably cemented his roots in the industry and went on to guest star in other shows such as Dark Angel, Dawson’s Creek, Andromeda, and Stargate SG-1. In 2006, he graced our screens as the first manifestation of the Yellow-Eyed Demon in Season 1 of Supernatural as well as maintaining a recurring role in Battlestar Galactica as Noel 'Narcho' Allison.

In addition, Spence’s feature film credits include Anchor Zone, Drive, She Said, Firestorm, Little Boy Blues and Jenny and the Sunshine. His latest film, Ice Blues, is set to be released some time in 2008.… Read More

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