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Kyle Wadsworth

Kyle Wadsworth is a trained multimedia journalist with a passion for film and television - notably Westside and Outrageous Fortune! Also known as TuiKiwi (the name of which has also featured on Outrageous Fortune as a guest-starring beer brand).

Cory in the House is the first spinoff of That’s So Raven. The show is expected to premiere in January 2007.

The storyline involves Cory and his father Victor adjusting to life in Washington D.C.; Victor has received a job as the personal chef to the President. The show is also rumored to take place whilst Tanya is still at law school in England, with Raven (presumably) attending college with her two best friends.

There is much speculation on whether there will be a That’s So Raven movie produced; at the end of an interview with Regis Philbin, Raven-Symoné answered his queries on a movie with the following: “You’re hilarious, Regis – You’re hilarious! You never know; whatever the fans want, I try to fulfill to 100%.”

It was also stated in an issue of Disney Adventures Magazine that a “That’s So Raven movie is in the works”.

Former Shortland Street star Anna Hutchison (Delphi)is concentrating on the big screen. She has a major support role in Disney’s “Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior” which drew 5.6 million viewers when it screened in the U.S in June. It will be seen on Disney Channel here in Janurary.

-TV Guide

Add Sarah to your MySpace!

(note its not the real sarah: but its still cool XD )


I found Huia too! I was her only friend! Add her too!

Recently in TV Guide, It was reported that Mark wanted to buy Ant’s car, because he was heading over to Sydney.
So hes not going to join the swiss, but maybe Tania might go too?
After all, she was going to join him ice-skating on the Swiss ski-fields. Will she be by his side this time?
Is this yet ANOTHER charactor(sp) to leave Shortland Street this year?

The Terri Irwin Interview on 20/20 recently is going to be REPLAYED tonight (Saturday 7 October) at 7.30pm.
So if you missed it, fire up your DVD Rec/VCR and record it, because its worth it 🙂

(ps: It’s on TV2)

There will be a hostage situation at a supermarket. Lynette, Nora, Edie, Austin, Julie, and others are there. The shooter will be Laurie Metcalf’s character, Carolyn Bigsby, because she found out her husband, the store owner, is having an affair. Susan, who isn’t in the store, tricks the hostage negotiator into giving her a phone and begs Carolyn to allow her to trade places with Julie. Art, the new neighbor in the Youngs’ house, saves the day. The story will be featured on the news, much to Bree’s horror. Bree feels guilty because she was the one who told Carolyn about the affair. Lynette will be wounded, but not badly, and another character will be killed. The character that will die will be a woman who will be prominently featured this season up until her death, but she won’t be one of the four leads. She will also be a relative of Art’s. Two characters are set to die in that situation. One, someone who we’ve met before, and two, someone who is introduced in that respective episode. Neither are series regulars.

That’s So Raven is an American sitcom television show broadcast on the Disney Channel. The plot revolves around fashionable teenager Raven Baxter and her schemes to get herself, her friends, or family members, out of a wacky situation, usually by using her psychic powers and her skills as a master of disguise.

Produced by Brookwell McNamara Entertainment for the first three seasons, the show became a production of Warren & Rinsler Productions in association with That So Productions for its fourth seasons. The show finished production in 2006.


Fancy going to the NZ Idol Grand Final?
Well you can!
Tickets go on sale soon (probably next week or Sunday) at a cost of $10 each. The final is at St James Theatre on Queen St in Auckland, on October 29th.
Details on how you can book your ticket(s) online will be mentioned on NZ Idol, this Sunday.