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First Look: Person of Interest Reunites Old Lovers – TVLine

The main reason I started watching Person of Interest was because I loved Jim Caviezel’s acting in the 2002 film, The Count of Monte Cristo. On May 3 on Person of Interest, the actress who played his fiancee Mercedes, Dagmara Dominczyk, will have her number come up. Her character also has ties to Jim’s character, Reese’s, past.

First Look: Person of Interest Reunites Old Lovers – TVLine.

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Amy Acker Cast In Person of Interest Season 1 Finale – TVLine

One of my favorite actors from Angel and Dollhouse, Amy Acker has been guesting in a bunch of my new favorite shows this year. First Grimm, then Once Upon a Time, and now Person of Interest. In the latter, she’ll be playing a psychologist whose number comes up in the season finale.

Amy Acker Cast In Person of Interest Season 1 Finale – TVLine.

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Season Finale Spoilers and Dates — 2102 – TVLine

Want to know how this season is ending, for just about every scripted broadcast show? Then check out this slideshow! Dates, rumors, extended episodes, and guest stars are all revealed below!

Season Finale Spoilers and Dates — 2102 – TVLine.

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Person of Interest Sneak Peek: Reese Gets a Blast from His Dark Past – TVLine

Person of Interest returns April 26, and will air 4 all-new episodes until the season finale May 17. Since CBS has already renewed Person of Interest, be on the lookout for a smashing cliffhanger!

The next episode, “Matsya Nyaya”, delves into Reese’s past with a look at his last CIA mission, with his old partner, Claire Stanton (Annie Parisse).

Person of Interest Sneak Peek: Reese Gets a Blast from His Dark Past – TVLine.

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CBS Renewals for 2012-13 TV Season – Blue Bloods

CBS is starting the renewal season off with a bang, announcing the renewal of 15 more shows (in addition to 3 which had already been renewed, including The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother).

Freshmen shows that got the early pickup were 2 Broke Girls and Person of Interest. The low-rated but critically acclaimed The Good Wife also was renewed.

As for the shows not renewed thus far, it doesn’t mean they’re canceled, just that CBS is waiting on cast confirmations and pilot viewing before deciding the rest of their schedule, but I wouldn’t care if all of them ended up not being renewed. NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Blue Bloods, in addition to the shows mentioned above, are the only ones I care about.

For a full list of the renewed shows, visit the link below.

CBS Renewals for 2012-13 TV Season – Blue Bloods.

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March Madness: Person of Interest vs. Castle

Two USA Network shows bit the dust as Person of Interest squeezed past Suits, and Castle knocked out Covert Affairs. Now the two NYC-based procedurals, both featuring civilians with unorthodox relationships with cops, face off.

Person of Interest – A crime thriller about a presumed dead former-CIA agent, Reese, who teams up with a mysterious billionaire, Finch, to prevent violent crimes by using their own brand of vigilante justice.

Castle – After a serial killer imitates the plots of his novels, successful mystery novelist Richard “Rick” Castle (Nathan Fillion gets permission from the Mayor of New York City to tag along with an NYPD homicide investigation team for research purposes. He partners with Detective Kate Beckett, and uses a fictionalized version of her as the main character of his new series.

Which show are you rooting for? Vote in the comments! And be sure to check out the other March Madness match-ups!

Update: Castle won! It’s up against How I Met Your Mother now, so keep voting here!

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March Madness: Suits vs. Person of Interest

Suits – On the run from a drug deal gone bad, Mike Ross, a brilliant college-dropout, finds himself a job working with Harvey Specter, one of New York City’s best lawyers.

Person of Interest – A crime thriller about a presumed dead former-CIA agent, Reese, who teams up with a mysterious billionaire, Finch, to prevent violent crimes by using their own brand of vigilante justice.

Two newer shows set in NYC – which will you vote for?

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March Madness Comes to TV Breakroom

TV Breakroom is doing its own version of March Madness! And there’s a prize!

You will vote between two shows by leaving a comment with your choice on a bracket post (not on this post – though feel free to predict the winner here!). Every 6 days this month, I will close the comments, add up the totals, and set things up for the next stage of the bracket. I’ll link to all of the bracket posts here.

Every comment you leave throughout the month, whether to vote in the bracket or normal comments on other posts, will count as one entry toward a $15 Amazon gift card. Only one comment per post will count as an entry, and comments flagged as spam will be ignored. Contest begins on March 1, 2012 at 12:01 EST and ends March 31, 2012 at 11:59 EDT. Winner must provide email address and respond to winning notification within 3 days.

For a show to qualify, it had to air at least 5 new episodes between June 1, 2011 and February 29, 2012. It also has to be a US show (airing originally on a US broadcast or cable network, no matter where it was filmed), and I have to have seen at least 5 episodes of the show.

Here is the final match-up! The order in which shows would face each other was created by Random.org. Click the match-up to go to its bracket post and vote! Voting for this round ends around 1AM on March 31st, so get your votes in now!

 

Psych vs. Castle

Update – go here to see the winner!

 

Here are the 32 shows:

  1. Leverage
  2. Supernatural
  3. New Girl
  4. Rizzoli & Isles
  5. White Collar
  6. Chuck
  7. Grimm
  8. Psych
  9. Nikita
  10. Community
  11. The Big Bang Theory
  12. Ringer
  13. NCIS
  14. Being Human (SyFy)
  15. Eureka
  16. Once Upon a Time
  17. Suburgatory
  18. House
  19. The Office
  20. Burn Notice
  21. Bones
  22. NCIS: Los Angeles
  23. Warehouse 13
  24. Alphas
  25. Blue Bloods
  26. The Finder
  27. 2 Broke Girls
  28. How I Met Your Mother
  29. Suits
  30. Person of Interest
  31. Castle
  32. Covert Affairs
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Ryan Hansen Cast in El Jefe — Fox

El Jefe’s description: “a well-off guy in his early 30s who finally gets booted out of his dad and step-mom’s house and moves in with his cleaning woman’s family since he had nowhere else to go” seems like the perfect show for an actor I know best as Dick Casablancas from Veronica Mars.

But Veronica Mars alums seem to be popping up everywhere lately! Kristin Bell is on House of Lies. Max Greenfield is on New Girl. Enrico Colantoli was on Person of Interest. Jason Dohring is on Ringer. And Erica Gimpel (who played Wallace’s mom, Alicia Fennel) just showed up on Nikita.

Ryan Hansen Cast in El Jefe — Fox.

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Joss Whedon’s ‘In Your Eyes’ Lands Leads – Deadline.com

No, this isn’t TV news, but I’ve been hearing so much about pilots casting leads that for a second I was like, wait, Joss Whedon’s doing a TV show? Sadly, no. But there is a TV connection. Michael Stahl-David was recently seen on Person of Interest, as the son of Harold Finch’s partner in building the machine.

Joss Whedon’s ‘In Your Eyes’ Lands Leads – Deadline.com.

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NCIS: LA, House — News and Spoilers — Inside Line

It’s rare that I read a multi-show spoiler article that mostly features shows I actually watch, but this one does, down to every character pictured above! From a Kensi-centric NCIS: Los Angeles episode to a Chase-centric House episode, there’s tons of news! There are also hints at future episodes of Person of Interest, White Collar, The Big Bang Theory, and 2 Broke Girls.

NCIS: LA, House — News and Spoilers — Inside Line.

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Bones Returns in 2012 — Season 7 Return Date, April 5

Less than two months before Bones returns! It will replace its spinoff show, The Finder, which will finish its first season in March. Currently, IMDb has 13 episodes listed for The Finder, with the 12th episode airing the last Thursday in March, but they could easily play 2 episodes during one night to make up for it if IMDb’s information is accurate.

The Finder hasn’t been doing so well in the ratings, so I hope it will pick up soon. The fifth episode airs today. Four episodes in, it’s not yet “must watch” TV for me, but it’s quirky and lighthearted. It almost seems a better fit for USA Network than Fox. If I miss watching shows on Thursday, The Finder tends to be the second one I watch online the next day (right after The Big Bang Theory), which indicates I enjoy more than its competition (Person of Interest and The Office). At least House ending will add another slot to Fox’s fall schedule, which may improve The Finder’s chances of being renewed.

Bones Returns in 2012 — Season 7 Return Date, April 5.

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Ratings: Rob Has Grande Premiere, Finder Gets Lost in Shuffle as Person of Interest Hits Highs – TVLine

I was surprised The Finder did so poorly on its first time out, but it had a lot of competition at 9PM: Person of Interest (with most viewers ever – probably thanks to an awesome fall finale), Grey’s Anatomy, The Office, and The Secret Circle. I thought The Finder’s pilot (which featured finding a missing pilot) was decent, but I’m probably going to watch Person of Interest live from now on (maybe CBS.com’s video player stinks on purpose, since that makes people want to watch live instead). Going to check out Rob – if it’s good, I’ll be watching CBS from 8-10 on Thursdays.

Ratings: Rob Has Grande Premiere, Finder Gets Lost in Shuffle as Person of Interest Hits Highs – TVLine.

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People’s Choice Awards 2012 Nominees – PeoplesChoice.com

Well, I told you all who I voted for this year – now to look at the results! Full results list with all the winners and nominees is linked at the bottom of this post.

FAVORITE NETWORK TV DRAMA

I voted for House, Supernatural won.

FAVORITE TV DRAMA ACTOR

I voted for both David Boreanaz and Nathan Fillion, and Fillon won!

FAVORITE TV DRAMA ACTRESS

I voted for Bones’ Emily Deschanel, but The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev won.

FAVORITE CABLE TV DRAMA

Pretty Little Liars won. I really wish it had been White Collar – an excellent show that more people should be talking about.

FAVORITE NETWORK TV COMEDY

I voted for both The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother, and HIMYM won.

FAVORITE TV COMEDY ACTOR

HIMYM continues conquer as Neil Patrick Harris won. I voted for both him and Jim Parsons.

FAVORITE TV COMEDY ACTRESS

Voted for Kaley Cuoco, but Glee’s Lea Michele won.

FAVORITE CABLE TV COMEDY

Don’t currently watch any, but Hot in Cleveland won.

FAVORITE TV CRIME DRAMA

Voted for my 3 favorite ones, all nominated this year: Bones, Castle, and NCIS. Castle won.

FAVORITE SCI-FI/FANTASY SHOW

I’d only seen Supernatural on this list, so I voted for it, and it won.

FAVORITE TV GUEST STAR

Katy Perry’s appearance on How I Met Your Mother won this, though I preferred Jim Carrey on The Office (wish he would have had more of a role).

FAVORITE NEW TV DRAMA

Surprised that Person of Interest won this! It’s a solid show that keeps improving, but hasn’t seem to create the buzz and fans that shows like Once Upon a Time (which I voted for) have.

FAVORITE NEW TV COMEDY

2 Broke Girls was my vote, and it won.

People’s Choice Awards 2012 Nominees – PeoplesChoice.com.

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Farewell to 2011

2011 has been a year of big changes for this blog. At the start of this year, I only had 3 posts and hadn’t even begun sharing the link. Now, I’m working on post 124 and get thousands of views every month.

As you can see, I’m also ending the year with a big change – a new layout. As much as I loved the look of the old layout, it was confusing for some and also probably hurting my chances of being found by search engines (with no text other than categories on the home page). I do plan to keep the same “wall of TV pics” look as my Twitter background, though. I’m still working through some of the kinks (like having to set images as featured images and adding read more links in ALL my old posts), so please let me know if you come across something that’s not working!

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