Syfy has renewed Alphas for a 13-episode second season.
The series, which stars David Strathairn, follows a team of superhuman investigators with extraordinary physical abilities. July's debut was Syfy's most-watched series premiere in two years.
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The Brothers & Sisters ensemble (sans the actors who play Nora, Robert, Kitty and Sarah) recently walked a red carpet outside the San Antonio Winery (where the show has filmed on occasion) in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the release of the prime-time serial drama's Season 1 DVD release. TVGuide.com was on the scene to get the scoop on that as well as Season 2, which debuts on Sunday, Sept. 30, at 10 pm/ET, on ABC.
Arguably, the biggest shock twist at the end of the show's freshman year was Uncle Saul possibly being gay. (Those longing looks with guest star Michael Nouri sure implied it, didn't they?) Does Ron Rifkin (Saul) know anyone who dealt with their sexual preferences later in life? "Are you kidding?" he responds rhetorically to TVGuide.com. "All of us [know someone like Saul]." That is, if Nora's brother
The birth of Tommy and Julias twins has been anticipated by the Walkers all season long. Sadly, what should have been the happiest moment in Tommy and Julias lives turned out to be one of the most difficult. I cant imagine how awful they must have felt, trying to decide whether or not their daughter should be a kidney donor for their son. Although hes usually not a very emotional person, you could really see Tommys anguish when he told Nora that he was afraid when he saw his daughter that he wouldnt be able to ask her to give her kidney, especially knowing how much she had been through. And although we havent seen much of Julia this season, Sarah Jane Morris really shone tonight in her portrayal of a mother saying goodbye to her son. I thought it was especially sad when the doctor asked Tommy and Julia if there were any final things they wanted to do, and Julia said she wanted to hold the baby.The other central story line tonight involved th...
Question: Did you catch the discrepancy in continuity in Sunday's episode of Brothers & Sisters, during Joe and Rebecca's kiss? I assumed when the truth was finally revealed we were going to be shown exactly what happened directly after that lustful stare we left off with in "Game Night." Instead we got a version that varied quite significantly from the scene in "Game Night" in more ways than one. The dialogue was different, and Rebecca had an additional line before the stare (her comment on Joe's soft hands) that was quite significant. Her overall demeanor throughout the scene was entirely different, too. There was no indication that the "Game Night" scene was just Rebecca's version of what happened, so all I can think is that both scenes were meant to manipulate viewers to obtain a greater dramatic effect when the truth was finally revealed, continuity be damned. Now I know that this is normal for Hollywood, but it just feels sleazy, especially in the case of Brothers & Sisters, ...