Stargate Universe finished off its first season with some shocking revelations as the Lucian Alliance took control of Destiny. Fortunately, a few things were answered at Friday's Comic-Con panel in San Diego to quell fans' fears.
TJ (Alaina Huffman) and Chloe (Elyse Levesque, who wasn't in attendance) are alive after having been shot in the final episodes. The question is, what society will they be living in when they wake up?
Smallville fans know her as Black Canary, but Alaina Huffman is ready to serve up another formidable femme, on Stargate Universe.
In a video profile promoting the new SyFy series, Huffman sums up her Stargate character, 1st Lt. Tamara Johansen, as a medic who is "quite skilled," yet not without her insecurities.
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The ship is fast filling up on Sci Fi Channel's Stargate Universe, with Lou Diamond Phillips (Numbers, La Bamba) and Alaina Huffman (Smallville's Black Canary, Painkiller Jane) being the latest additions to the crew, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Get details on their roles — and two other new castings — after the jump.
Get ready for the return of the Justice League. When Smallville comes back in September, the Super Friends reunite to search for Clark Kent, who went missing in May's season finale after tussling with Lex Luthor at the Fortress of Solitude.Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar have departed (and are currently producing the Hannah Montana movie), so four of the series' longtime producers have taken over for Season 8. "Luckily [Al and Miles'] voices are still talking to us in our heads as we're breaking stories," says Kelly Souders, who is running the show with Brian Peterson, Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer. "Their visions come to us all the time, so I think they did a great job of preparing us for this day."One of the first things the new quartet did was lock in Justin Hartley for at least 12 episodes as Green Arrow/Oliver Queen, a fan favorite who appeared frequently in Season 6 and once last season. He'll start this new chapter by gathering Aquaman and Black Canary to resc...
Smallville is expanding its superhero roster this winter. Executive producer Al Gough confirms for TVGuide.com that Black Canary will make her first appearance on the CW series in the Jan. 10 episode. Playing the role will be Canadian actress Alaina Huffman, who had a supporting role in Sci Fi Channels Painkiller Jane.As comic fans know, where theres Black Canary, the Green Arrow cant be far behind. Indeed, the episode, titled Siren, will feature the return of the Emerald Archer (played by popular guest star Justin Hartley), last seen in January heading off with his newly formed Justice League.In DC Comics lore, the two crimefighters have a long and complicated romantic history. But in a unique twist, Smallville will pit them against each other at least initially. When we meet her, shes a vigilante working for Lex Luthor, Gough says. The Justice League has been keeping their eyes on Lex and trying to thwart him at every tu...