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Evening Quickies, 2007-05-07

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  • TV Squad looks at the upfronts (where networks announce their fall schedules and advertisers buy commercial space). The only thing worth saying is that a mid-grade failure like 30 Rock survived over this years best drama, Studio 60. Pathetic.
  • Retired cops "protecting" the set of The Sheild think threats, extortion, and bribery are cool beans.
  • NBC's The Medium will live for another year. Fact: Studio 60 which will not surivive has higher ratings than Medium.
  • WCBS, the guys who just fired Don Imus for saying naughty words, are celebrating the 30th anniversery of the "Sun of Sam" murders by interviewing the psycho.
  • IGN with new images from Nancy Drew, Iron Man, and remastered TOS.
  • If Sanctuary is the first real TV series produced only for web consumption, then I suppose The Internet Killer is the first film.
  • Sony is already considering replacements for Kirsten Dunst if she own't play ball for Spider-Man 4.
  • Babylon 5 is coming to Joost via a deal with Warner Brothers. No first-run shows yet, though.
  • An insiders book on the production of Spider-Man 3 from producer Grant Curtis.
  • Mike Meyers wants to do more Austin Powers.
  • Bruce Campbell's flick My Name is Bruce will get a limited theatrical release before hitting DVD.
  • TV Bloggin is going on a bit of a hiatus while its sole blogger Todd Epp shirks the site for his real job. I welcome any and all become regular visitors here while Todd goes and earns his millions fighting Internet crime.
  • Win a private screening of Transformers from this site.
  • The Sci Fi Channel is continuing its trend of not showing any science fiction, this time it's a block of anime from 11pm-1am EDT on Mondays.
  • Yet another Sci Fi/horror film in the Bermuda Triangle.
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