Episode 102Homeland details announced

A few details have been released regarding the third season of Homeland. An official release from Showtime says that the season opens “during the aftermath of the horrific terror attack that decimated the U.S. intelligence apparatus, and prompted a global manhunt for the world’s most wanted terrorist — Nick Brody (Damian Lewis).  As Carrie (Claire Danes) and Saul (Mandy Patinkin) begin to pick up the pieces of their shattered professional and personal lives, they are swept up in the political and media firestorm surrounding the terror attack and the subsequent search for Brody’s whereabouts.”

Dallas renewed for third season

The Dallas reboot has been renewed for a third season for 2014. The renewal comes two weeks after the second season finale in the US. Continue reading »

XfactorlogoFinal two X Factor NZ judges named

The final two X Factor NZ judges have been named by TV3. Former All Saints singer Melanie Blatt and kiwi singer Ruby Frost will join the previously announced Stan Walker and Daniel Bedingfield. Full story here.

Duffy says Hagman will get sensitive Dallas send-off

Dallas actor Patrick Duffy has said that former co-star Larry Hagman will be given a “sensitive” send-off on the show. Duffy said: “We’ll be dealing with the situation [of Larry’s passing] in a really artistically sensitive, correct way. In lesser hands – more commercial hands, if you will – my fear is that it might not have been done nearly so well.” Continue reading »

Dallas actors returning for JR’s funeral

Several former Dallas actors will return to the revamped show for the funeral episode of JR Ewing (Larry Hagman). Deborah Shelton, who played Mandy Winger, and Cathy Podewell, who played Cally Ewing will both make brief appearances.

Drop Dead Diva cancelled

Drama series Drop Dead Diva has been cancelled by its American network Lifetime. The series ran for four seasons between 2009 and 2012 and notably featured Kim Kardashian in a recurring guest role. Continue reading »



8:30pm Friday, January 11 on TV One

The one and only Dallas returns to our screens with more delicious drama and scandals.

J.R., Bobby and Sue Ellen Ewing return to the ranch where they’re joined by the next generation of Ewings, who take ambition and deception to wicked new levels.

Tonight, with tension mounting between newly weds Christopher and Rebecca, family ties begin to unravel when the deed to Southfork is revealed.

In order to thwart J.R.’s schemes, Ann seeks help from someone in her past, and Christopher decides it is time to fight dirty.



8:30pm Friday, December 28 on TV One

The one and only Dallas returns to our screens with more delicious drama, scandals and ‘whodunnit’ mystery.

JR, Bobby and Sue Ellen Ewing return to the ranch with secrets, schemes and betrayals. This time, they’re joined by the next generation of Ewings, who take ambition and deception to a wicked new level.

Iconic stars Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray and the late Larry Hagman will be joined by a new generation of Dallas stars – Jesse Metcalfe (Desperate Housewives), Josh Henderson (90210), Jordana Brewster (Fast And Furious) and Brenda Strong (Desperate Housewives).

The explosive rivalry between brothers J.R. and Bobby now lives on through another generation. With the future of the family fortune in the hands of the Ewing offspring, nothing is certain.

Hall thinks Dexter will be caught

Dexter actor Michael C Hall has said he believes his character will “get caught” when the series comes to an end next year. “I imagine Dexter is going to get caught one way or the other,” he said. “And by that I mean, can we really expect him, at this point, to walk into the sunset? Or get off without a blemish on his conscience or character?”

Dallas to feature funeral

The second season of the revamped Dallas will address the death of actor Larry Hagman, who played the role of JR Ewing. Hagman had filmed several episodes of the second season before he died in November and it has been decided that the eighth episode of the season will feature JR’s funeral. Continue reading »

Larry Hagman, best known for playing Dallas villain J.R. Ewing, died Friday morning from complications stemming from his recent battle with cancer. He was 81 years old.

“Larry was back in his beloved Dallas, re-enacting the iconic role he loved most,” the family said in a statement via The Dallas Morning News. “When he passed, he was surrounded by loved ones. It was a peaceful passing, just as he had wished for. The family requests privacy at this time.” Hagman’s Dallas co-stars Linda Gray (who played his wife Sue Ellen) and Patrick Duffy (who played his brother Bobby) were reportedly at his bedside when he died, The Sun is reporting. Continue reading »

Kiwi actor Cliff Curtis lands new role

Kiwi actor Cliff Curtis has landed a major role in new ABC drama Body Of Proof. Curtis, who is known in America for his role on paramedic drama Trauma, will play a recurring role on the new FBI series.

Brosnan to feature in new TV series

Former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan will reportedly star in a new TV project being developed by Sony Pictures Television. It is said the actor will both produce and act in the series which follows the exploits of an international operative.

US man gets angry, shoots TV

A 67-year-old Wisconsin man has taken a shotgun to his TV following a performance by a contestant on the American version of Dancing with the Stars. The man was so enraged by the fact that controversial politician Sarah Palin’s daughter Bristol was still in the competition that he pumped a shotgun round into his TV screen before conducting a 15-hour standoff with local police.

Original Dallas stars for re-boot series?

The original cast of classic TV series Dallas are reportedly negotiating deals for a re-boot series. Various websites are reporting that Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Grey are all considering returns to their iconic characters after an update of the series was announced in September this year by American network TNT.

Reality star promoted to series regular 

Former Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County reality star Stephen Colletti has been promoted to a series regular on teen drama series One Tree Hill. Colletti, who featured on the MTV reality series beside The Hills’ Lauren Conrad, joined One Tree Hill in its fourth season in a recurring role.