Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s ‘The Resident’ update

April 27, 2009

According to, The Resident will film in and around Albuquerque from May 26 to July 17, as the majority of the filming will be done at Albuquerque Studios.

From Hammer Films' Press Release: “The Resident” is inspired by the fact that every year, millions of single women in America move into apartments for the fist time. They do not know who lived in the apartment before them, they do not know their landlords, and they don’t bother to change the locks. This is the story of one such woman, a pretty, young doctor Juliet Dermer (Swank), who is settling into a new life and a new loft in Brooklyn when mysterious occurrences lead her to suspect that she is not alone in her home. Her fears quickly become all too real, and in a chilling revelation she discovers that her seemingly charming, young landlord, Max (Morgan), has developed a dangerous obsession with her. A terrifying game of cat and mouse ensues as Juliet fights to free herself from Max’s sinister intentions.Read More

2008-09 TV Season

April 27, 2009

Television Week checked how the networks did on the 2008-09 TV season:


Data dive: Looking at the network’s core programming block of Monday-Thursday, The CW is up 8% in adults 18-34 (1/3/4) and ahead by 6% in women 18-34 (1.7/5), its target demographic. Among all adults 18-34, on every night it programs, The CW is averaging a 1.0/3, down 9%. The decision to dump wrestling has hurt the network’s overall numbers.

Freshman series: The network poured all its energies into launching the new “90210,” and the effort paid off with a huge debut. Since then the show has faded a bit, but it has improved the network’s Tuesday ratings by 47% in adults 18-34 and has already been renewed. Fellow fall newcomer “Privileged” didn’t fare as well, but it has fans at the network. Reality show “13: Fear Is Real” was dead on arrival, as was a Sunday night lineup leased by Media Rights Capital.

Long-term assets: “Gossip Girl” exploded in season two, gaining 32% in women 18-34. "One Tree Hill," in its sixth season, managed a 15% uptick in the same demographic, while Thursday player “Supernatural” gained 8%. “Smallville” and “America’s Next Top Model” are hanging in there, but “Reaper” and “Everybody Hates Chris” were down notably in women 18-34.… Read More

New “Life’s That Way” book signing – Today, April 26 (Los Angeles)

April 26, 2009

A "Life's That Way" book signing is taking place TODAY, Sunday, April 26 at 11:30 AM – 12 NOON at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, UCLA Campus, 405 Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, California (the Book Soup booth, in front of Royce Hall).

For more information, click here.

A fourth book signing will take place Monday, May 11, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble store, 189 Grove Drive Suite K 30, Los Angeles, California 90036 (323-525-0270).… Read More

Winchester Radio Podcast #62- AIRS TODAY (April 25)

April 25, 2009

winradioWinchester Radio Podcast #62 will air today, Saturday, April 25, 2009 at 7:30 PM Eastern Time (USA). Please note that the podcast will not air on our regular timeslot. Podcast #62 will cover Episodes 4.18 + 4.19 "The Monster at the End of this Book" + "Jump the Shark".

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.

To discuss the podcast, visit Winchester Radio on … Read More

Does Supernatural deserve a movie?

April 24, 2009

Television Without Pity listed 10 current shows that would be great on the big screen:

2. Supernatural
It is amazing the cool and twisted horror and ghost tales that this show manages to tell on a weekly basis with a TV budget. Given a two-hour time slot and movie money, this could be better than so many of the ridiculous horror movies that constantly flood the theaters. And we'd never complain about seeing Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki larger than life size.

Source: Television Without Pity.… Read More

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