Locke & Key
Fox has locked in a series adaptation of the comic book series Locke & Key, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The network has made a full series commitment to the project, which will be produced by DreamWorks TV and the team of Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci (Fringe, Star Trek, Hawaii Five-0). Josh Friedman (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) will serve as head writer.
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Locke & Key, which was created by Stephen King's son, Joe Hill, revolves around the ...
Supergirl, Summer Glau
As if Summer Glau hadn't already cemented her status as a fanboy favorite, the actress is about to go up, up and away to a new level with the sci-fi set. The Firefly and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles star is providing the voice for Supergirl in the upcoming animated movie Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (out September 28 on DVD, Blu-ray, on demand and digital download). In the ...
Sci-fi starlet Summer Glau is joining NBC's superhero series The Cape, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Cape follows a framed former cop (David Lyons) who turns to vigilantism, fighting bad guys as a masked hero called The Cape. The 28-year-old actress will play...
James Middleton, an executive producer on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, has shed light on where the Fox series was heading, had it not been terminated.
In what would be the series' last moments, John Connor (played by Thomas Dekker) had traveled with Catherine Weaver to a time when the war against the machines was in full tilt. There, the lad came face to face with Brian Austin Green's Derek Reese, who surprisingly failed to recognize humankind's "savior" ...
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - The Complete 2nd Season
New releases announced today, June 9:
The Beast - The Complete 1st Season will be coming out August 18
Power Rangers R.P.M. - Volume 2: Race For Corinth will be coming out September 8
Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs - Collector's Edition, Volume 2 will be coming out August 25
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - The Complete 2nd Season (DVD and Blu-ray) will be coming out September 22
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Thomas Dekker (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) and Christian Bale (Terminator Salvation)
Christian Bale's John Connor can make as much noise as he wants at the Cineplex this weekend, but his TV counterpart, Thomas Dekker, has been silenced.
After two seasons, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles "has completed its run — and I think it had a nice little run," Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly told TVGuide.com when asked if boffo box office for Bale's Terminator Salvation (hitting theaters Friday) might make Fox reconsider the series' cancelation.
New hope for Terminator's return emerged over the weekend when Fox ...
So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley, Sarah Connor's Lena Headey, and Wanda Sykes
Fox's official plan for the 2009-10 TV season includes good news for House and Bones fans: The two popular series are staying put on their respective nights. They'll also boost two returning freshman series: Tim Roth's Lie to Me has scored the plum après-House berth on Monday, while Fringe will lead out of Bones on Thursday.
Dollhouse will remain in the Fridays-at-9 pm slot, where its new lead-in will be
No less than 45 scripted shows await word on renewal as the networks prepare to reveal their plans for the 2009-10 season. Many of those shows are safe — would NBC really pull Law & Order? — but others may be endangered by low ratings, high production costs, or just being on the Peacock network, where Jay Leno takes over five hours of prime time in the fall.
The senior editors of TVGuide.com hope the following shows will live. We chose them because we consider them the best of the shows that are in the worst danger. Make the jump to review our picks, then follow TV Guide on Twitter for updates on saved shows.
Lena Headey, Eliza Dushku
It turns out that Sarah Connor was the one in need of protection, and not her son John. And Dollhouse? Its engagements may not have proved engaging enough.
The future doesn't look bright for Fox's experiment in relaunching a 'Sci Fi Friday" lineup. Poor ratings make it increasingly likely that Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles will be powered down for good, and Dollhouse boss Joss Whedon admits that Echo & Co. are about to be imprinted with a "FIRED" stamp.
The show's odds of renewal are "not very good," Whedon told SciFiWire.com. "Obviously our numbers are pretty soft ... but we live in hope. I'm really proud of the episodes that are coming out. More than that, I can't really ask."
A source close to Sarah Connor tells TVGuide.com ...
Sarah Connor's Summer Glau
How Friday's fare fared:
Ghost Whisperer dropped 880K from its last fresh outing, delivering 10.23 million total viewers. Trailing Wife Swap and Howie Do It, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles wrapped up its second season with 3.57 mil, up 220K.
Flashpoint (9.72 mil) was up 11 percent, followed by Supernanny. Friday Night Lights' Season 3 finale played to an a crowd of 4.36 mil, surging 21 percent week-to-week. Dollhouse held steady at 3.58 mil (though "steady" in this case may not be the best thing).
Numbers added up 9.72 mil, down 330K from its last fresh outing.