STALKER has been off the air since February, but the series returns on Monday, April 27th, with a big hour: the resolution to Beth’s kidnapping (at the hand of her long-time, just-released-from-jail stalker, Ray).
“It’s interesting, because this is a show that’s gone through so many transformations, from the first idea years ago, ’til now,” STALKER creator Kevin Williamson admitted about waiting out the show’s (planned) hiatus. “It’s been hard. It’s been…a little nerve-wracking to not know when we were going to air. They did a bit of a shuffle. I really hope the audience can find it on the 27th. At least our core audience — I do want to satisfy the core audience we do have, and make sure they see it; it’s the climax to our season-long Ray/Perry/Beth storyline.”
Though most shows might have waited until the final episodes of the season to truly dive into Beth’s stalkers — and her fight against them — the STALKER writers opted to have her face Ray head-on with a few episodes to go in season 1.
This Thursday, BONES will be celebrating a special hour: episode 206 is not only the number of bones in the human body, but it’ll also make the series the longest running one-hour drama from the show’s studio, 20th Century Fox.
And while it’s a milestone, the hour will be fairly run-of-the-mill for logistical reasons, BONES creator Hart Hanson explained in the video below. In addition to coming very close to the show’s 200th episode massive production, the writers were also trying to balance not knowing whether they’d have to plan for a season or series finale.
Take a look…
The series follows a Secret Service agent (played by Matt Dillion) who is trying to track down missing agents, and is led to Wayward Pines. But finding Wayward Pines is much easier than figuring out what the heck is going on in the town…or trying to get out.
Given the show’s twists and turns, it’s not incredibly easy to talk about. So series stars Reed Diamond (Harold) and Tim Griffin (Adam), as well as executive producer Donald De Line gave their best (spoiler-free) pitch about why you should check out the show…
BONES is having a double-header on May 7th, as a high school student is killed (in the first hour) and then dip back into a previous case (in the second hour).
Check out some photos from “The Lost in the Found” and “The Verdict in the Victims”…
BONES: Booth (David Boreanaz, R) and Aubrey (John Boyd, L) arrive at a crime scene in the first part of the special two-hour "The Lost in the Found"/"The Verdict in the Victims" episode of BONES airing Thursday, May 7 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2015 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Jennifer Clasen/FOX
BONES airs Thursdays at 8 PM on Fox.
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Want to watch the WAYWARD PINES pilot? Fox has made the premiere episode available until April 30th.
So don’t waste time — check it out now!
WAYWARD PINES debuts on Fox on Thursday, May 14th at 9 PM.
by Sarah Curtis
April 23, 2015
Hello BACKSTROM fans! Here we are at the next to last episode of the first season. What did you think of this one, “Corkscrewed”? I thought it was interesting and a good character study. There’s a lot to discuss, so let’s get to it! [Read more]
by Sarah Curtis
April 23, 2015
Hello BONES fans — how are you doing after this episode, “The Eye in the Sky”? I have to admit that, for me, it was — to use a BONES-phrase — heart-crushing. It’s been a while since that has happened to me! I liked the opening scene about a new B&B baby, but by the time I’d finished watching this episode, I was just tremendously sad. I’m still processing it actually. And somehow, the fact that David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel (and others) played the whole thing so perfectly makes it both ache more and less at the same time. I’m not sure how, haha! More on this later, but for now let’s discuss the rest of the episode. Starting with… [Read more]
WAYWARD PINES’ official Fox debut is on May 14th, but you won’t have to wait that long to watch the pilot: Fox is making it available starting at midnight on April 24th via VOD.
In what the network is dubbing “TV’s first-ever global preview for a new series,” WAYWARD PINES’ first episode will be available online and via On Demand to the U.S. and about 126 other countries until April 30th.
GOTHAM’s final two episodes of season 1 are around the corner, and to tease the mayhem, madness, and bloodshed that’s in store, Fox has created a nifty promo teasing what’s going to go down.
Check it out…
GOTHAM airs Mondays at 8 PM on Fox.
While there are only a few hours to go until “The Eye in the Sky” airs, I do have a few teases/thoughts about the episode…