It looks like the CW will be Doux Reviews' network of choice next year. The network has picked up eight pilots and none of them are cheap teeny soaps. Quite the contrary, they're mostly high-concept shows that sounds very intriguing. I'm excited, are you?
Annie Wersching will be guest-starring on Revolution. Here's some info on who she'll be playing. Suffice to say, I love Wersching; she was incredible on the last two seasons of 24 so I'm hoping she'll help the freshman show go out with a bang this year.
NBC's new drama Do No Harm debuted this week to the lowest premiere numbers ever. I still haven't gotten around to watching it but I'm honestly intrigued even more now. Hmmm....
On the other hand, FX's cold war spy series The Americans got off to a great start and I loved the premiere. I have a feeling this show is going to stick around for a while and based on the pilot, it deserves to.
My favorite badass Emily Van Camp, star of the delightful ABC drama Revenge, has reportedly signed on to the Captain America sequel. Goodie. This girl deserves to be a movie star. Let's hope she gets to kick some ass, preferably Scarlett Johansson who's also supposedly going to be making an appearance.
Kerry Washington, star of Scandal (my personal favorite show at the moment), won THREE awards at the NAACP Image Awards this week. Tony Goldwyn presented her with one of the statues and for those of you who don't know him, he plays her lover and the President of The United States on the show. Awesomeness.
Sadly, the Wonder Woman pilot Amazon has been pushed back and won't be debuting this fall. I was really looking forward to adding another superhero show to my list of favorites. The NBC pilot was admittedly atrocious, but somehow I had a feeling this one could work. Oh well, back to the drawing board I guess. It got me thinking though, who would you like to see cast as the superheroine?
Fun Fun Fun
Since the Superbowl is tonight, I'm going to be spending my day tomorrow watching a lot of awesome ads (I'm a copywriter in an advertising agency so this counts as work). Just to get us started, here are a few that have already been released. My personal favorite is Kaley Cuoco in the Toyota ad. Oh, and the GoDaddy one is brilliant too.
And finally for all you Alias fanatics (I know you're still out there), a bunch of cast-members recently got reunited at the SAG Awards and it was glorious. I miss Sydney Bristow and the gang terribly.
That's all folks. Happy Sunday.