I’ve been released. No more jury service! I’m free! I’m free! Not in an Are You Being Served? way. You know what I mean.
- Lis Sladen, Anneke Wills and others will be appearing at the Quality Central Hotel in Glasgow on 3rd March. [via LiveJournal]
- BBC DG Mark Thompson gives whole heaps of praise for the Doctor Who ‘factory’. He also talks about 360º commissioning way too much.
- There’s a trailer for Danny Boyle’s new movie Sunshine over on SciFi Pulse.
- Carphone Warehouse has ended its sponsorship of Celebrity Big Brother. And The Guardian is gassing on and on and on and on and on and on about the show. [free registration required]
- Lots of 24 fun, discussion and spoilers from Chicago Tribune‘s Watcher blog (which is now in my blogroll)
- Also on the 24 discussion list, Howard Gordon explains why the producers ended episode four the way they did (massive spoilers!). And if you hadn’t realised it already, 24 is technically sci-fi because it’s set seven years in the future.
- Tim Kring discusses Christopher Eccleston’s role in Heroes.
- ABC, NBC and Fox commission more pilots. As do CBS and The CW.
- Spoilers, et al for the new season of Psych.
- The Carusobot has just got his second divorce. His ex- will be able to keep the family Range Rover.
- Congress has saluted Ugly Betty star America Ferrera.
- Questions are put to Smallville‘s proto-Justice League himbos.
- Some Jericho mysteries will get solved this year. Thank goodness!
- Grey’s Anatomy star Isaiah Washington has finally apologised for being homophobic.
- As is the bi-annual tradition, certain muslims are hacked off at being the terrorists in 24. They alternate with Europeans according to whether it’s an odd or even season. I’m waiting for the sinister secret cabals to start their protests, too.
- NBC now says it will keep scripted shows at 8 o’clock and it was just misquoted.
- Liev Schreiber talks about taking over (temporarily) from William Petersen in CSI.
- Aaron Sorkin admits Studio 60 might be kinda smug, as he prepares to make some changes to the show. [free registration required]
- Lost‘s webisodes and mobisodes begin production in July.