Friday, January 18, 2008

TV Blog Coalition - So What's New Folks?

So what's new folks? Apparently not TV. Well, scripted TV, with very few new episodes left of our faves, and very few new options starting up. Still, that doesn't mean it you should be watching American Gladiators or Idol? (at least during the auditions? Come ON. It's the same lamO people every year now. Once was funny. Twice you got me. Three times and I'm just a dumbass for watching again. But we are in the 7th? No? Anyways, enough chastising from me! (I do get it, and get the appeal, and if it weren't for the strike and that Fox was laughing all the way to the bank, I might feel differently). Anyways, enough bitching from me (because, I've saved THAT for another post coming soon! Oh, can't you wait!???). Let's check out what everyone else was bitching blogging about this week:

Buzz issued a bold challenge to recast Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (BuzzSugar)

Eric wrote about the French titles (translated) of American TV shows (Daemon's TV)

Liz previewed Hollywood Residential, a promising new single-camera comedy premiering Wednesday on Starz. (Glowy Box)

American Idol is back, and Mikey's life is suddenly filled with meaning once again. (Mikey Likes TV)

Marcia reviewed the second season opener of Torchwood and, for the most part, liked what she saw. (Pop Vultures)

Rae had fun talking to a fellow Buffy fan and the woman behind Kyle XY's Jessi XX, Jaimie Alexander. (RTVW)

For those that prefer your horror movies to be more classic slasher like Evil Dead than realistic gore like Saw, you should definitely check out Hatchet starring the chick from Buffy the Vampire Slayer not named Buffy and the dude from Dharma and Greg not named Greg. (Scooter McGavin's 9th Green)

Vance is still undecided about Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. (Tapeworthy)

Desperate for something to watch, Jace tuned into the first two episodes of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and pleaded with John Connor to wash his greasy hair. (Televisionary)

Who do you think would win a knock-down, drag-out fight: NBC's Chuck or Rami from Project Runway? (TiFaux)

Jennifer had a "biting" good time interviewing Moonlight’s Sophia Myles about what it’s like working on a show about vampires. (Tube Talk).

We posted an in-depth interview with LOST star Elizabeth Mitchell, who's not surprisingly far more delightful than her somewhat sinister character Juliet. (

Kate watched American Idol for the first time ever - and loved it. (TV Filter)

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