M-O-N-D-A-Y S-U-C-K-S! lol. Not entirely but at this moment with my stuffed up nose, my cough and my fever I think it does. 🙁 What a weekend, great premieres and a cold. Ugh. Anyways let’s get to some news and then I’m going back to bed.
CSI: Miami is adding another regular cast member, Omar Miller (Transformers) will be a series regular making his debut on Monday, October 5th. Miller will be playing Walter Simmons, an art theft specialist from Louisiana who transfers from the night shift to Horatio’s team. The adorable Miller will be a great addition to the cast and I’m excited to see the story lines he helps along. Source
More news after the jump.
There will be no more interventions on A&E at least not on The Cleaner, with Benjamin Bratt, the drama series was not renewed for a third season when it’s second season finished in September, and has now been officially cancelled. The Cleaner was a descent show, and it did have a loyal fan following, so I’m sure many are sad to see it go. I personally didn’t get a chance to get into it, but understand how much it sucks when one of your favorite shows gets cancelled, my condolences to you all. Source
Does he ever play a good guy? You’re probably wondering who I’m referring to, well I’m talking about Sebastian Roche, aka Jerry Jax on General Hospital, who is going to be playing “a big recurring baddie part” on Fringe. Roche who was booked to play the father of Sara Paxton on CW’s ill-fated series, The Beautiful Life, has also been seen on 24 last season, making Jack’s (Kiefer Sutherland) life a living hell. Don’t get me wrong I actually like Roche, and unlike some GH fans I thought he did a great job as Jerry Jax, but does he ever have a role that doesn’t involve diabolical plans? Either way watch for Roche to show up on Fringe sometime this season. Source
The always well informed Ausiello has some intel on the 100th episode of How I Met Your Mother, it seems we are going to get some very good information into the identity of Ted’s future wife (aka the mother of the series lol) and we’re going to get a “big-ass musical” number, by none other than the super talented Neil Patrick Harris! I’m so excited, and I’m going on record as saying this is going to be one hell of a fantastic episode that will be talked about for years to come.
That’s it for this Monday, but I’ll be back tomorrow, hopefully earlier with some more news. I’m off to nurse my cold, and get some sleep. Take care everyone!