Monday, December 29, 2008

All Good Things...

...Come to an end.
If you still read here. I guess you've figured out that this blog is done. Thank you all for reading. It was a great journey.

Sci-Fi Ranter Girl

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Show Dates as of 08/21/08


Primeval (BBC America) Aug 9 (US Series Debut)
Bones (FOX) Sep 3 (Season Four)
Ghost Hunters (SciFi) Sep 3 (Season Four resumes)
Destination Truth (SciFi) Sep 3 (Season Two resumes)
True Blood (HBO) Sep 7 (Series Debut)
Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles (FOX) Sep 8 (Season Two)
Fringe (FOX) Sep 9 (Series Debut)
Smallville (CW) Sep 18 (Season Eight)
Supernatural (CW) Sep 18 (Season Four)
CSI: Miami (CBS) Sep 22 (Season Seven)
Heroes (NBC) Sep 22 (Season Three)
Knight Rider (NBC) Sep 24 (Series Debut)
CSI: NY (CBS) Sep 24 (Season Five)
Desperate Housewives (ABC) Sep 28 (Season Five)
Dexter (SHO) Sep 28 (Season Three)
Chuck (NBC) Sep 29 (Season Two)
Pushing Daisies (ABC) Oct 1 (Season Two)
Ghost Whisperer (CBS) Oct 3 (Season Four)
Numbers (CBS) Oct 3 (Season Five)
Life on Mars (ABC) Oct 9 (Series Debut)
CSI (CBS) Oct 9 (Season Nine)
Eleventh Hour (CBS) Oct 9 (Series Debut)
My Own Worst Enemy (NBC) Oct 13 (Series Debut)
Eli Stone (ABC) Oct 14 (Season Two)
Crusoe (NBC) Oct 17 (Series Debut)
24 (FOX) Nov 23 (Special Movie)
24 (FOX) Jan 09 (Season Seven)
Dollhouse (FOX) TBA (Series Debut)
Medium (NBC) Feb 09 (Season Five)
Merlin (NBC) Feb 09 (US Series Debut)
Kings (NBC) Feb 09 (Series Debut)
The Listener (NBC) Sum 09 (Series Debut)

Saturday, July 26, 2008

X-Files Fandom X-Treme

I'm a bit excited about the new X-Files movie. Check out my X-Files fan video. Do you have more X-Files stuff than me? I don't think so!

*No action figures were harmed in the making of this video.

Friday, June 13, 2008

Battlestar Galactica Mid-Season Live Twitter Party Tonight

Tonight is the mid- season finale for Battlestar Galactica. Will we learn who the fifth and final Cylon is or will we have to wait until frakking 2009 for that answer? Either way, join me for Tubular's Frakkin' Friday. I twitter Battlestar Galacatica live on Twitter (CST). If you don't want to spoil your friends on your own account, you can sign up for a new Twitter account here. You can find Tubular TV on Twitter here; user name @tubulartv.

The next day (or so) I write a blog review/recap and include some of the highlights of the Twitter session. Check out last week's entry here: Battlestar Galactica: It's all about the love.

Tonight's episode is "Revelations". A band of rebel Cylons hold President Roslyn hostage while attempting to lure the Final Five out of hiding aboard Galactica.
Battlestar Galactica on SciFi.

See you at the party tonight.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

Summer 2008 Premiere Dates


SFTV New Season start dates / Special Airdates :
 Fear Itself (NBC)                   June  5 (Series Debut)
Charlie Jade (SciFi) June 6 (SciFi Debut)
The Middleman (ABC Family) June 16 (Series Debut)
Burn Notice (USA) Jul 10 (Season Two)
Monk (USA) Jul 18 (Season Seven)
Psych (USA) Jul 18 (Season Three)
Primeval (BBC America) Aug ?? (US Series Debut)
Fringe (FOX) Aug 26 (Series Debut)
Heroes (NBC) Sep 22 (Season Three)
Knight Rider (NBC) Sep 24 (Series Debut)
Chuck (NBC) Sep 29 (Season Two)
My Own Worst Enemy (NBC) Sep 29 (Series Debut)
Crusoe (NBC) Oct 17 (US Series Debut)
24 (FOX) Nov 23 (Special Movie)
Medium (NBC) Feb 09 (Season Five)
Merlin (NBC) Feb 09 (US Series Debut)
Kings (NBC) Feb 09 (Series Debut)
The Listener (NBC) Sum 09 (Series Debut)

Friday, July 11
Flashpoint – (CBS)
Stargate: Atlantis - (Scifi)

Tuesday, July 29
Eureka (SciFi)

Friday, June 06, 2008

Live Battlestar Galactica Twitter Watch Party

You know you aren't doing anything tonight. You'll be at home watching TV on a Friday night just like the rest of us. That's why you need to get off your frakking beehind and join me for Tubular's Frakkin' Friday. I twitter Battlestar Galacatica live on Twitter (CST). You can sign up for Twitter here. You can find Tubular TV on Twitter here; user name @tubulartv.

Tonight's episode is "The Hub". Viper pilots and Cylon Rebels unite to destroy a vital enemy target.

The next day (or so) I write a blog review/recap and include some of the highlights of the Twitter session. Check out last week's entry here: Battlestar Galactica: Yes, Lee Adama Can.

Battlestar Galactica on SciFi.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

OMG! The Vatican Says I Can Believe in Aliens!

Vatican: It's OK to believe in aliens - Yahoo! News

ET is my brother.

This statement seems like it will cause a problem for the church somewhere down the line but it's good news today. I still doesn't make up for the fact that genetic manipulation is a sin. I really wanted to "get my hands" on one of those genetic supermen.

What has become of Darth Vader?

For one he's taken to running around the UK, in a trash bag cape hitting people with metal canes. A trash bag cape? Seriously? I'm not even sure that I can go for a Jedi church. I can see how the principles of the Jedi can be useful in real life especially in this situation. There were two against one. They must have felt pity for Darth and decided not to attack. Instead they made Darth Vader pay a paltry fine.

"There will be no one to stop us this time!"

The jokes practically write themselves on this one. This is the worst debacle since The Star Wars kid. The Yahoo article says there is video. I hunted around YouTube and found something. I don't know if it's the real thing mainly because what I found were guys that were actually kinda good at saber (pole) fighting. They were thin and kinda cute. Those guys are NOT Star Wars fans. :D

'Darth Vader' spared jail in Jedi church attacks - Yahoo! News

Sunday, May 04, 2008

Iron Man is the Perfect Summer Movie

Turn ye back for there be spoilers....

I'm going to post this while I'm still in a tizzy over Iron Man. I loved it. The tech was sexy and made for a extremely visually pleasing movie. I haven't really seen Robert Downey Jr. do anything in recent memory so I was a little unsure about how this was going to turn out. I also was never a big fan of Iron Man/ Tony Stark. (Unless you count Ghostface Killah. I'm more in to The Genius and Method Man though.. I know... digressing) Because they didn't go into too much back story, this movie is accessible for a lot of viewers. I went in with zero expectation. I came out squealing and making a big fuss over this movie. It was just a whole lot of fun.

If the tech and effects don't get you, the lack of bad dialog should. There are a lot of comic book/ sci-fi summer movies with dialog that just plain sucks. I didn't cringe when the actors spoke and everything was natural. Gwyneth Paltrow is just divine. I knew she was going to be a hit in this movie simply because her AND the head of Iron Man made the cover of this month's Vogue Magazine. That's huge! In the link be sure to check out the photo gallery. Drool worthy!

So let's see... gadgets, explosions, sexy effects, good dialog, awesome actors... what else am I forgetting....

Oh yeah... at the end of the movie, Samuel L. Jackson makes an appearance as Nick Fury. ...nothing big....
@$*&^$!!! I can't wait!

No seriously, that tech was soooooo sexy.

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Battlestar Galactica So Far

BSG started out intense. From the Cylon in-fighting to newbie Cylons throwing people out of air locks to the religious banter. The religious angle bores me and there is too much of it for my taste. The Cylons seem to be falling apart. Why are they being so erratic? I know why but isn't there a centralized leader to direct them? They talk about what's forbidden and blah, blah, blah but they seem to be as lost as our humans. The only person that seems to be on track is Starbuck. The mission is to find Earth. Why is she doing this alone. It' should be a fleet effort. I understand that it *could be* a cylon trap but she should have more resources. Speaking of Starbuck, what happened? Did she time travel? Patrick Aquilone has an interesting theory that involves something from the original series called The Ship of Lights. It's pretty interesting.

My predictions: Tory will be the first of the new fangled four (five) to die. She's way too off. Because she's not Tigh or Tyrol, a major character, she's expendable.
As much as I despise him, Lee Adama might be president. Seems like they are gearing him up for that position.
The whole show is looking like a military exercise or perhaps a dream. Just that though makes me wanna slap somebody.

Currently, I do a brief reviewcap at Tubular. I also do live chat on Twitter the night BSG airs in CST.

Houston Chronicle's Tubular: Battlestar Galactica
TubularTV on Twitter

Note: The TubularTV Twitter feed is used for ALL of the TV shows discussed on Tubular. A lot of it can be spoilerish.

Friday, March 28, 2008

I Love Sci-Movie Lists

Popular Mechanics has an article about the 10 Most Prophetic Sci-Fi Movies Ever.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

RIP Arthur C. Clarke

From Yahoo: Writer Arthur C. Clarke dies at 90
Arthur C. Clarke, a visionary science fiction writer who co-wrote "2001: A Space Odyssey" and won worldwide acclaim with more than 100 books on space, science and the future, died Wednesday, an aide said. He was 90.

People like this should live forever. We'll miss you.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

When You're Hooked on Jericho...

...who has time to blog? I've been watching Jericho all weekend and you guys were right. It is a good show. I can't stop watching it. I haven't seen one episode yet that made me want to throw in the towel. Once I adjusted to the pace of the show and the characters, I just couldn't stop watching. Currently, I'm on episode 10, Red Flag. I thought I was going to be finished with the show this weekend so that I could see season 2 with everyone else but it's not happening. I'll catch up soon.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

The Battle of Writer's Strike is Over

...and boy was it a nail biter. TV might suffer for about six months to a year as we recover. It will be interesting to see how we pick up the pieces. What shows are still in and which one's are out? It's been a LONG 3 months. It seems like it's been a year.

Comic Book Bin: The Writer's Strike: The End is Nigh!
BREAKING: The Writer's Strike is Officially Over!
Writer's Strike Officially Over!
Writers confirm strike end

from the Comic Book Bin:
The second season of Heroes is apparently finished. Any new episodes put into production will air as part of the third season beginning this fall. As the show is built around longer story arcs similar to the contemporary layout of comic books, to put only a couple of episodes into production would probably not add to the overall experience of the show.

The current season of Lost just began airing not that long ago, but with only the eight episodes produced before the strike. Executive Producer Damon Lindelof is hesitant about how many episodes can be produced and still aired without extending the show far into summer. A tentative plan of creating five episodes has been discussed, bringing the total of the current season’s episodes up to thirteen of the initial pre-strike plan of sixteen.

24: Possibly the worst off for all of the shows affected by the Writer’s Strike. 24 will likely stay off the air until a mid-season start beginning in January 2009, creating a year and a half gap between episodes. Being unable to have a complete 24 episode season would ruin the concept of the show and cause a story to end mid-season.

OT: I must say that I will be VERY HAPPY to see the writers return to "The" Daily Show. I didn't realize how much they actually contributed to the show. The fight between Stewart/ Colbert/ O'Brien was funny but I want that quick witted take on news back.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Finally Watching Jericho

This isn't going to be a show with humor; it's more like Lost. I've heard that comparison before. It is true in that Jericho is a very serious and intense show. I'm on episode 2. I'm not hooked yet but I'm giving it the 5 episode test. Folks promise me it's a good watch. I'm going to trust you all.

Monday, February 04, 2008

Superbowl and Sci-Fi

This year marked the first year that I watched the Superbowl from start to finish. (Okay! I missed the first 20 minutes.) This game had sci-fi written all over it from it's number 42 to the Terminator vs. Foxbot ads. A side note: the animation on the Foxbot's thighs are what got me. The animation was so fluid and life- like. I just couldn't stop looking at the robot's thighs.

Sarah Connor Chronicles got a really big push. It was great to see a sci-fi show, ON FOX no less, getting a mainstream push. If the show stays with the explosions and fast paced storyline, Fox just might retain some viewers. Christensen Hayden has a speaking role in Jumper, which for all intense purposes looks like it might get me in theaters. And sonofa... this guy is going to be in Neuromancer! THERE'S GOING TO BE A NEUROMANCER MOVIE!!! I can only muster a half- hearted girlie- squeal because of the Hayden factor. He has to prove himself to me. He owes me $16 bucks for Episode 2 & 3 but I digress.

I'm not sure what Wanted is but Angelia Jolie is in it and quite frankly, I'm a fan. She makes sci-fi fun and sexy. Next up is The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. Sexy, hot, dreamy man- that- I'd- give- my- paltry- paycheck- too Liam Neeson will reprise his role as Aspan. I'm not a a furry but that lion makes me go rawwwrrrr!

I must say that the game was better than the commercials. If you are a glutton for punishment, the ads are still up on Myspace and Fox Sports.

Sunday, February 03, 2008

Torchwood Returns and is Flaming Hot

Torchwood is back and started very strong. The premiere was the stuff that classics are made of. I was so supercharged by this that I had to record a short bit on it.
Torchwood and Man Kisses
Torchwood is back!!!

Hands down; the best scene is the kiss/fight scene between Jack and Captain John Hart.

I'm getting ahead of myself. The episode begins with a man with a blowfish head driving a sports car down the street. He's not all bad because he lets a little old lady cross the street without running over her. His chivalry was short lived when the Torchwood teams hunts him down and kills him.

There was some blah, blah, blah, then Spike/ Captain Hart/ John Marsters shows up. The kiss caught me off guard but I loved it. The two hot guys fought then had a beer. Men...
I still don't understand how Captain Jack is gay in real life but still manages to make me hot under collar. Very strange.

Captain Hart is how Captain Jack was went we first encountered him; very Ferengi like. Hart killed a woman for a diamond and tricked the team into helping him find it. He betrays them, gets the diamond but it is booby trapped. If hart doesn't get the team to help him, he will die. He manipulated them into saving him. They do and he leaves. It sounds straight and to the point but the dialogue was fantastic. James Marsters added fun and excitement to the return of Torchwood.


I can't say that much for the next two episodes of the season. They were good and well written but a bit too dark and depressing. One involved a lady that didn't know she was a sleeper alien assassin. She ended up waking up other cell members and almost did some serious damage. Yes, yet another apocalypse. Intriguing but not fun.

The third episode was a time travel circle jerk that was Toshiko heavy. Her character is never fun. I wish they put her on a stripper pole or give her some laughing gas for once. It would be cool to see her let down her hair and get wild. The episode was a touching story. We even got a nice Torchwood™ walk down a hallway but the science in this one just was too distracting and left too many unanswered questions. Too many things were glossed over. I didn't understand how Torchwood kept the soldier frozen in 1839 when Cryonics* wasn't even invented. They say they woke him up every year to see if it was time for him to fulfill his destiny. Why? Under what instruction? How did that key work? What was it's origin again? Maybe I wasn't paying enough attention. Who knows? I do know that again, this episode was good technically but not fun.

Get it together guys.
Next week, Rhys might discover what Gwen does for a living. This ought to be interesting.

*Perhaps they used alien tech. *rolls eyes*

Lost: The Beginning of the End

The return of Lost was like the SuperBowl of science fiction for me. I was really excited. I watched the pre-game show (Lost: Past, Present and Future). I didn't throw a big party or paint my face. The best part about it is that everyone came out a winner.

Instead of flashbacks we are getting flash forwards. Hurley goes mad and ends up in an insane asylum. After the writers killed off Charlie, this is the only way to keep him on the roster. I also want to add that the summer break was really good to Charlie. His look worked for me. He had a really nice rugged, handsome thing going on.

Hurley. *sighs* Not that the insane thing is boring, I just don't want to see my favorite character going through this. On a brighter note, he got his very own creepy Haitian ala Heroes. Hurley also makes a curious comment that he wished that he'd have gone with Jack instead of staying on the island with that crazy assed Locke. To his credit, his logic was sound at the time. Charlie said it was a bad idea, listen to Charlie so that Charlie wouldn't have died for nothing. Hurley also mentioned "The Oceanic Six". If this means that only six people survived, I sense some traumatic TV viewing in our future.

The way people get killed but don't die right away annoys me on this show. Naomi gets knifed in the back by crazy man Locke. She slinks away like she's Sylar. She leaves a fake blood trail, gets on another trail, manages to climb a tree, attack Freckles, put a knife to Freckles' throat, have a change a heart, fumble around with a sat. phone then die a great and dramatic kung fu death.

I like how Jack was actually going to shoot Locke. If that gun wasn't loaded John would have been a dead man. I didn't think Jack had the stones. Way to go Jack but next time use your own loaded gun.

Lost had a good return. I wasn't disappointed and I hope they keep up the good work.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles- Spectacular Start

The Pilot:

This is some good TV. I don't have anything bad to say about the pilot. It was action packed. Summer Glau is a terminator! That's the best thing since... I don't know what but I'm pretty damned stoked about it. I suppose I should feel ashamed for liking all of the explosions and fight scenes but dammit let me have this.

We start out with a dream sequence where Sarah goes to John's school in a tinee, tiny waitress uniform. That skirt was so short that I could tell she had ham and cheese for lunch. John is shot and killed, the terminator nukes the place and then she woke up.

Tim Guinee is back as Burke. He's the guy that looks like Nathan Fillion but isn't and works when you can't afford Nathon Fillion. He is in love with Sarah. First Vala Mal Doran (Claudia Black) and now Sarah Connor. This guy sure does pick 'em crazy. Sarah woke up that morning from her dream and decided to leave this guy. He goes to the police and this is how the terminator finds John Connor.

I love how the FBI agent questioning Burke and following Sarah calls her a whackamole for believing that robots are after her and her boy. After nineteen students confirmed seeing a man with a robot leg, that FBI agent had his government panties in a bunch.

I'm getting ahead of myself. Summer Glau as Cameron Phillips befriends John. John is complaining about the town and how uncool it is. This boy wants to be in a town that serves WHINE and cheese. He reminds me of Luke Skywalker. Anyhoo, John gets a substitute teacher that is a terminator, Cameron saves his life and they are a merry band of three on the run.

I'm fond of the terminators on this show. I think they have the right amount of cheesy robotness. The main one looks like a cross between Robert Patrick and one of the DeLuise Brothers.

If there is a Terminator encyclopedia, it seems like the writers read it. It is my goal in life to wake up naked on a highway. I also love how John wasn't creeped out by seeing his mother naked... and he might have had his little boy parts too close to her in that scene. I'm sure I'm the only twisted person that noticed that. *shudders*

Initial Verdict: I am amused. The cast is allowed to live.

Episode 2:
In this episode, we get the new official opening theme with narration.

Sarah is moping around and John has emo hair.
Cameron tells Sarah that future John sent back resistance fighters to fight in 2007. For whatever reason Sarah flips out at this news. When they seek them out, they are all dead. A terminator is lying there with the dead fighters playing possum and of course starts some trouble. I think Summer Glau is going to have a massive fight scene in every episode. She is like a new Buffy and that's a good thing. (Technically, she'd be a new Angel because she is a good robot killing bad robots but I digress.) In the middle of this street fight, Cameron gets hit by a car and her head goes through the windshield. The family inside is horrified. She does a robotic stare and says "Please remain calm." Hilarious!

In this time line, the terminators don't know what John looks like. This means that he can walk the streets freely. Later on, Cameron reveals that Sarah Connor died in 2005 of cancer.

John disobeys his mom and goes to the mall of all places. It's a Dell store. Nice product placement. This morron Google's himself and his search is broadcasted on the huge store demo screen. I'm sure this sent a red flag somewhere in the world. Some people.

Master Bra'tac is Sarah's old fake ID guy. He says he's out of "the game" and sends Sarah to his nephew. Out in the hood, nephew wants 20K for the ID's because Sarah has been dead for 8 years. He says the price went up because of 9/11. Sarah didn't know what that meant. (This is a nice touch because I wish we can all go back to not knowing what 9/11 is.) Five-oh shows up and ruins the party. The cop started giving Cameron a hard time and was about to run the plates on the stolen Jeep. As he was going back to his copmobile, Cameron was about to kill him but he was saved by Sarah. I thought for sure that the cop was going to get it. It was his lucky day and I really liked the build up to that. Plus the cop was cute. Hand cuff me baby, rawr!

John breaks into some guys house and he's married to Penny from Lost. It was weird and John ran off. Is this his father or what? I didn't really get it.

Cameron, John and Sarah go to the strong hold where the resistance fighters where. They are looking for a safe and money. The safe was rigged and knocked Cameron offline. John uses the doomsday date to open the safe and get the money before the terminator spots them. They take the money to the nephew and the nephew says something in Spanish about his uncle being a rat. Sarah went back to confront Master Bra'tac and asked him if he was an informant. He denies it but turns out he was going to sell her out to panties-in-a-bunch FBI guy.

This episode wasn't as ohh-ahh as the pilot but it held it's own and there were lots of reveals. The terminator can scan people for temperature and other vitals. She follows orders from future John only. Dogs bark at terminators. I still don't understand who EMS guy is so someone will have to explain that.

Repost: Hopefully Fox Won't Terminate Sarah Connor Chronicles

Reposted from August 1, 2007. I'm going to re- watch it and catch up on the second episode. I'll post my thoughts later.

I caught the first episode of this show it and it is off to an EXCELLENT start. It's on Fox so I'm a little scared but I going to actually try a little hope... perhaps faith... in Fox that they won't cancel this show in the first season.

First, we know the show is going to be a treat because we get Summer Glau from Firefly/Serenity. This is her new gig and NOT a guest appearance. I didn't realize that until I started reading around for more info on the show. Next we get Thomas Dekker as John Connor. He was Cheerverine's best bud from Heroes. The lady of the hour, Sarah Connor is played by Lena Headey. She was Queen Gorgo from The 300.

The pilot had it's fair share of explosions. It reminded me of the good old days of Stargate: SG1. Lena Heady as Sarah Connor is not as... butch? as Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor. Lena has a softer edge. She's firm, yet tender to our whiny, hero John Connor. John isn't as whiny as Luke Skywalker though :) Summer Glau as a Terminator is excellent. This is a perfect role for her. I wonder if they will kill her off on The 4400?

I don't really want to say much more until it is released on Jan. 1, 2008. I will say that it's a damned fine piece of programming and I can't wait to see more. I'll also say that this story takes place as if Terminator 3 never happened. I'll tell you now, I want a guest appearance from Joe Morton and Robert Patrick.
At the end of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sarah, John and the Terminator successfully destroy the T-1000 and the arm and computer chip from the first Terminator. Sarah and John then watch as the Terminator is lowered into a molten steel pit in an attempt to destroy all future technology that could be used to create Skynet. Sarah and John now find themselves alone in a very dangerous and complicated world. As fugitives from the law, they are confronted with the reality that still more enemies from the future, and the present, could attack at any moment.
Wikipedia: Sarah Connor Chronicles
IMDB: Sarah Connor Chronicles
FOX: Sarah Connor Chronicles

Monday, January 14, 2008

Show Dates as of 01/14/08

Happy New Year!!! Fourteen days into the new year and this is my first post! Woooo! Way to start it off right!

Just because I haven't blogged doesn't mean that I'm totally behind. I've caught up with Tin Man and Stargate: Atlantis. To get all the way caught up, I'm using information from the trusty site.
 Medium (NBC)                        Jan  7  (Season Four)
Guinea Pig (SciFi) Jan 8 (Series Debut)
Ghost Hunters International (SciFi) Jan 9 (Series Debut)
Monk (USA) Jan 11 (Winter return Season 2)
Psych (USA) Jan 11 (Winter return Season 6)
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (FOX) Jan 13 (Series Debut)
Kyle XY (ABC Family) Jan 14 (Winter return Season 2)
Torchwood (BBC 2) Jan 16 (Season Two)
Torchwood (BBC America) Jan 26 (Season Two US Debut)
Lost (ABC) Jan 31 (Season Four)
Knight Rider (NBC) Feb 17 (Movie Debut)
New Amsterdam (FOX) Mar 4 (Series Debut)
Afterlife (BBC America) Mar? (Season Two)
Stargate: The Ark of Truth (MGM DVD) Mar 11 (DVD Release)
Battlestar Galactica (SciFi) Mar (Season Four)
24 (FOX) TBD (Season Seven - On Hold)