Horror and sci-fi actor Richard Lynch has died at the age of 76, according to The Associated Press.
Lynch was found dead in his Palm Springs, Calif. home on Tuesday by his friend, actress Carol Vogel, Lynch's rep, Mike Baronas, told the AP. No cause of death was released.
After five seasons of Chuck peppered with Subway sandwich campaigns and eleventh-hour renewals, it's clear that the spy series owes much of its life to its passionate fan base.
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"It's funny being on this show because it's such an -- I don't know if the word is 'honor' — to be a part of a show where the fans were so behind it because it's so mysterious," actor Vik Sahay told reporters at the set visit for Chuck's two-hour series finale (Friday, 8/7c, NBC). "It's so elusive how things connect with fans because you can kind of take all of the pieces of why it should and put them together and it often doesn't. So that kind of alchemy between the show and the fans is stunning. It's what's allowed the producers to create the show that they created. It's something that I've never experienced before, and it's so moving, and I don't know if I'll ever get a chance to experience that kind of back and forth again."
Stephen J. Cannell
Prolific writer and producer Stephen J. Cannell, who created such shows as The Rockford Files and The A-Team, has died. He was 69.
Cannell died from complications associated with melanoma in his Pasadena, Calif., home on Thursday, The Associated Press reports.
This summer's press tour journal starts with CBS, where "stability is a good thing," this understatement coming courtesy of entertainment pres Nina Tassler, kicking off the network portion of the Television Critics Association gathering on Tuesday. (As opposed to the disarray over at ABC, whose turn comes Sunday, after having been rocked this week by the sudden ouster of its programming boss Steve McPherson.)
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CBS is playing to its traditional strengths this fall with a lineup of new legal and crime dramas and conventional laugh-tracky sitcoms. No critical breakthroughs on the order of The Good Wife, but there's every reason to believe commercially crafted shows like the Hawaii Five-0 "reboot" (don't call it a "remake") and the buddy-lawyer Vegas romp The Defenders will carry on the Eye tradition of mainstream populist escapist success...
Coby Bell has slipped with the greatest of ease into the role of Jesse Porter on Burn Notice (Thursdays, 9/8c, USA), a counterintelligence expert who's joined the do-gooder trio of Michael, Fi and Sam after being inadvertently burned by Michael. Chatting with the hunky Third Watch vet, we get the sneaking suspicion the superspy role comes kind of naturally...
Explosions, vehicular carnage, and Bradley Cooper's abs — we love it when a trailer just comes together.
The big-screen adaptation of The A-Team won't hit theaters until June 11, but you can whet your appetite with a new trailer.
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Directed by Joe Carnahan (Smokin' Aces), the action-packed film stars Cooper, Liam Neeson (looking very Peppard-like in a hair helmet and with stogie), Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (slipping into Mr. T's formidable Mohawk) and Sharlto Copley as four Iraq vets who are ...
We love it when a plan comes together.
Twentieth Century Fox's big-screen adaptation of NBC's The A-Team now includes director Joe Carnahan (Smokin' Aces) and producers Ridley and Tony Scott, Variety reports. Original series producers Jules Daly and Stephen J. Cannell are also on board for the film, with the studio eyeing a ...
The A-Team courtesy Universal Studios Home Entertainment
NBC has announced that starting this month, NBC.com, along other NBC-owned sites (SciFi.com, ChillerTV.com, and SleuthChannel.com), will be streaming full episodes of classic television. The best part of this whole thing (besides that we get to kick it retro-style) is that our Online Video Guide has full-episodes of A-Team, Miami Vice, the original Battlestar Galactica and more all in one place! Watch them now! | More online videos
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Have you missed Crockett? I know! Who hasn't? Well, my friend, it's time to take off those pesky socks, dust off your Jan Hammer CD, and brush up on your jai alai, because full episodes of Miami Vice and several other classic NBC series will soon be available for streaming on the Internetz. Fo' realz!NBC has announced a venture that, starting today and rolling out this month, will upload many of your favorite shows from the tube's days of yore, including The A-Team, Kojak, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour and the original Battlestar Galactica, to a host of NBC-owned websites (including NBC.com, SciFi.com, ChillerTV.com and SleuthChannel.com). Clearly I'm a Vice fan, but which series will you check out online? Mickey O'ConnorUse our nifty Online Video Guide to search for clips as well as entire episodes of your favorite television shows, both past and present. The OVG can also help you quickly find full episodes of all the aforementioned shows, including Miami Vice, The A-Team, and t...
John Singleton is in talks to bring TV's The A-Team to the big screen, though buzz that Boyz N the Hood's Ice Cube will follow in Mr. T's mohawksteps as B.A. has been denied by Fox.... Andy Serkis is reteaming with his LOTR director in Peter Jackson's adaptation of Tintin. Per the Reporter, Serkis is rumored to be playing Capt. Haddock.... Heroes' Eriko Tamura (playing Mai), Joon Park (as Yamcha) and Emmy Rossum, have joined the cast of Dragonball.