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THE ROOKIE Stages FIREFLY Reunion

October 10, 2019 by  
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The Rookie Firefly reunion

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Fresh off of Nathan Fillion reuniting with two CASTLE colleagues on the Sunday, October 13 episode of THE ROOKIE, the actor revealed on social media that there will also be a mini-FIREFLY reunion ahead.

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SUBURGATORY’s Alan Tudyk and Rex Lee to Exit

May 31, 2013 by  
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SUBURGATORY is going to undergo a bit of a casting shakeup when it returns for its upcoming (and unscheduled) third season: in addition to Malin Ackerman (Alex) and Parker Young (Ryan) landing new shows, and a source confirms that Alan Tudyk (Noah) and Rex Lee (Mr. Wolfe) are on their way out. (Deadline was first to report Tudyk and Lee’s exit.)

The good news? There’s still the potential for all of the actors to guest star, but I have to admit, I’m bummed to lose so many great actors (specifically Tudyk, Lee, and Young, who had bigger roles in the show). After all, you’d think George would need his BFF post-breakup with Dallas, and Tessa and Lisa have another year of high school, so Mr. Wolfe’s absence will be noticeable.

What do you think of Lee and Tudyk being dropped from SUBURGATORY?

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SUBURGATORY: Alan Tudyk and Cheryl Hines Preview the Scandalous New Romance Hitting Chatswin

March 6, 2013 by  
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If you missed the final moments of the last SUBURGATORY, you missed quite the bombshell: Noah confessed to George that he was in love with Carmen.

Yeah…probably not a twist you saw coming, was that?

“I realize, I’ve come to terms with my true feelings for Carmen,” Alan Tudyk (Noah) told reporters — speaking in character — on set recently. “Which [those feelings] are love. So I leave my wife…I left my wife for Carmen.”

And because it’s Noah, his feelings for Carmen won’t stay quiet (or low-key) for long.

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