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Smallville Alum Returning for Finale

After much confusion,
TVLine.com is reporting that Michael Rosenbaum has agreed to return for
Smallville’s series finale. A founding actor since the show’s pilot 10 years
ago, Rosenbaum had previously held the role of infamous Superman villain, Lex
Luther. Recently, rumors were spreading across the Internet that Rosenbaum was
refusing to return to the show, having left after seven seasons to pursue other
acting opportunities. Now, however, Rosenbaum has confirmed that he will be
reprising his role on the long-running television series.

“I’m delighted to
return for the series finale,” the interview with Rosenbaum on TVLine.com
states. “I’m simply doing it for all of the fans out there who made
Smallville the great success it is. I appreciate all of their passion, their
relentlessness, and even their threats. Ha ha.”

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Futurama Renewal on the Horizon?

Good news everyone! According to actress Katey Sagal, Futurama may have just been renewed for another season. While on the red carpet at the DGA Awards, Sagal, the voice of Leela on the show, is quoted as confirming the return of the popular sci-fi animated comedy. ‘I don’t know if I’m supposed to say that yet,’ she adds in an interview with Vulture.

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Durarara! Episode 2 – Highly Unpredictable

The second episode is a bit different from the first. The pacing changes as does the narrator. This time we have the voice of the Black Rider narrating as she unveils the events that we weren’t privy to in the last episode. Events like, what happened to the girl she saved once she was dropped off? The episode works to wrap up a lot of questions and scenes unanswered in the first episode and make both episodes stronger because of it.

It’s the first day of school and Mikado Ryugamine is introduced to the class as a new transfer along with the girl that was saved by the Black Rider. A third girl with glasses is introduced by the name of Anri Sonohara. It becomes very apparent that Mikado has interest in her as he can’t seem to look away. The narrator then focuses on the girl who she saved the night before.

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Spartacus: Gods of the Arena Trailer

“Spartacus: Gods of the Arena,” the highly anticipated prequel to Starz’ hit original series “Spartacus: Blood and Sand,” will debut on Friday, January 21 at 10pm et/pt.   The six-part series centers around the story of Gannicus, the charismatic gladiator aspiring to become Champion of Capua, played by Australian actor Dustin Clare, and his master, Quintus Batiatus, played again by John Hannah, itching for the chance to rise in status in the Roman outpost town.

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Terriers Cancelled

In a bit of sad news that really isn’t that big a shocker FX has officially cancelled Terriers. The show has garnered considerable critical acclaim but never founds its audience. It’s always sad to see good shows go.

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Dexter To Make a Return

Showtime has officially announced that Dexter will return next season. The show is coming off its most successful and critically acclaimed season last year, and another strong season made this an easy decision. Mr. Morgan slices his way back next fall.

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Rubicon Canceled

AMC has announced that there Conspiracy Theory themed show, Rubicon, will not have a second season. AMC said the following about the cancellation, “ ‘Rubicon’ gave us an opportunity to tell a rich and compelling story, and we’re proud of the series. This was not an easy decision, but we are grateful to have had the opportunity to work with such a phenomenally talented and dedicated team.’’ The ratings were a bit low compared to their other original shows, but they tried something new. Many thought AMC would pick it up on good faith but they have chosen to leave the mystery unsolved. The Original programming powerhouse still has Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and The Walking Dead.

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The Walking Dead Gets second Season

Multiple sources have confirmed that AMC’s graphic novel based show, The Walking Dead, has been officially renewed for another season. The show has aired two of its six season 1 episodes and strong ratings paired with overwhelming critical praise made this decision a no brainier (pun intended) for the cable station. The six episode first season was just a test run and we have word that the next season will be a full thirteen episode order, in line with other AMC original shows. The dead will continue to walk 

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An Abrams and Nolan Collaboration in the Works

Word has it that J.J. Abrams is pitching around a crime-thriller series created by Jonah Nolan (yeah, the Inception director’s baby brother). His collaboration with Abrams will be the penman’s first foray into the small-screen.

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Fall = Good TV and Dead Leaves

Summer is drawing to a close and my daily hangover is starting to take its toll. In my defense, I live in England and our sunshine lasted for exactly 2 days in June. We have to drink… it’s science. But before the weather gets even more miserable and I end up with a liver infection, the television Fall season is nearly upon us to distract us from our dreary/drunken lives.

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