* Dollhouse (8/7c Fox) As evidenced by December's first two Dollhouse double shots, Joss Whedon's take on the ultimate identity theft is hitting on all cylinders. The stories have been taut, and included genuine surprises - especially Ballard's unexpected exit last week. Tonight's two-hour block should continue that momentum until next month, when the final episodes are expected to air. First, Victor returns to the real world when his contract is up. Then, Echo faces a nightmare after she's deemed too dangerous. * Crash: The Series (10/9c Starz) After a wild 13-episode ride, Season No. 2 comes to an end. Ben and Anthony have a climactic run-in with the Manson cultists and Ben finally gets some answers about his daughter's untimely death. Seth comes out of brain surgery ready to party (well, not immediately) and celebrates the kickoff of the Byzantium Project with a big soiree. Inez is being groomed for stardom by her film-director mentor (Matthew Glave), but first she needs to cut her vengeful boyfriend out of the picture. * Sanctuary (10/9c Syfy ) These days, Hollywood would have you believe that vampires are hunky young men with cover-boy faces who harbor tortured souls beneath their pale skin. Fortunately, there's Nikola Tesla (Jonathan Young), a recurring charmer who serves to remind us that vampires can be bad news for humans. Magnus and Will check out a rehab facility in Mexico, where they find Tesla up to his old tricks. * Four Weddings (10/9c TLC ) Season 4 of Say Yes to the Dress wraps up tonight, but TLC is still saying "I do" to wedding-themed programming with a sneak peek at this new unscripted series, which will premiere in January. It will follow four ultra-competitive brides who attend - and score - each other's weddings while all competing for one dream honeymoon. Of course, each bride believes her big day is the one to beat. But the others certainly have other ideas. * Frosty the Snowman (8/7c CBS) The joyous holiday perennial - originally telecast in 1969 - about a jolly, happy snowman with "a corncob pipe and a button nose, and two eyes made out of coal" returns to spread Christmas cheer. Much of the fun is provided by Jimmy Durante's great narration and Jackie Vernon's perfect voicing of Frosty. The delightful half hour is followed by the sequel, Frosty Returns, narrated by Jonathan Winters. Source Here
* Crash: The Series (10/9c Starz!) The second season gets underway with a compelling and involving episode that introduces new characters and catches up with some from Season 1. Front and center is the riveting Dennis Hopper as former entertainment mogul Ben Cendars, who's back in L.A. after months in rehab. He's on a driven mission to find out who killed his youngest daughter. Among the new faces, Eric Roberts stands out as visionary tycoon Seth Blanchard, who's bound and determined to bring an NFL franchise to the city. * Guiding Light (3/2c CBS) It's a bittersweet day for Guiding Light viewers as the longest-running scripted drama bids adieu to its fans today with the final episode of its 72-year run on radio and TV. Over the past few weeks, there's been a parade of past stars as the writers have been tying up loose ends and mending fences that have been broken for decades. But as the Bauers, Coopers, Lewises and Spauldings move on with their lives, this tearjerker will remind viewers what its scribes have been writing about for more than seven decades: the power of family and love. * 2009 ALMA Awards (8/7c ABC) Latino Hollywood's top estrellas shine at the National Council of La Raza's annual salute to Hispanic achievement in entertainment and sports. Once again, executive producer Eva Longoria Parker hosts the festivities (joined this year by George Lopez), and if you plan to count the number of times she changes clothes, note that last year's total was 10. Other performers include Shakira, David Archuleta, Nelly Furtado, Sean Kingston and Pitbull. Taped last night in L.A. * Eureka (9/8c Syfy ) Have you ever had one of those really bad days where your love interest is considering a job on another continent, your daughter is set to go away for college and a supercollider test goes wrong and leaves a magnetic problem hanging over your head? No? Well, the third-season finale provides a handy way for you to vicariously experience the bad day suffered by Sheriff Carter (Colin Ferguson). * Monk (9/8c USA Network ) Natalie becomes convinced that a critic, who condemns Julie's performance in a play, actually committed a murder that occurred at the same time as the play. Of course, it's no secret that a mother's love knows no bounds. So it's up to Monk to figure out if Natalie is correct in her suspicions, or if it's just her protective instincts kicking in. Dylan Baker guest stars as the critic and the object of Natalie's ire. * Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan (9/8c National Geographic ) Velvet Revolver drummer Matt Sorum joins the ranks of Cesar's celebrity clientele when he seeks help socializing his tenacious 10-month-old French bulldog, Miles, who's not so nice to other dogs. Then the host tackles a more severe case when he tries to rehabilitate a pit bull that worked with sick children as a therapy dog until she got banned from the program for killing another pup. Source Here
Check out the first pictures of the season 2 of the Starz series Crash: The Series , based on the Academy Award-winning Best Motion Picture of 2006. Crash Season Premieres Friday, September 18, 2009. Show Summary: Season two of Crash goes beyond the police storylines of the first season to focus on a farther-reaching collection of Angelenos from different social strata as their lives intersect. Is it by fate or coincidence that a billionaire visionary collapses in a parking lot and is helped by a strip-mall security guard? That a girl is murdered at the athletic club where she works? This season Crash will explore the human connections made in pivotal moments when characters must literally or figuratively fight for their lives. Nothing is random. There are no accidents. Unpredictable. Smart. Fatal. Sexy. Edgy. You never know what's going to happen on Crash, but some greater force seems to be behind the glamour and the darkness. Season two will explore how Old Hollywood affects New Hollywood in a string of unsolved murders; whether a ballplayer who missed the big time can ever get over that failure; if the urban homeless can get a second chance; and how the gorgeous dames of L.A.'s film-noir past are not so very different than an ambitious temptress of today who understands what men want. They are all part of the glitz and grit of contemporary Los Angeles. To Read More Click Here .
Check out the promo of the season 2 of Crash: The Series , based on the Academy Award-winning Best Motion Picture of 2006. Crash Season Premieres Friday, September 18, 2009. To Check The Promo Click Here . Source Here
Check out the gallery pictures of the season 2 of the Starz series Crash: The Series , based on the Academy Award-winning Best Motion Picture of 2006. Crash Season Premieres Friday, September 18, 2009. Show Summary: Season two of Crash goes beyond the police storylines of the first season to focus on a farther-reaching collection of Angelenos from different social strata as their lives intersect. Is it by fate or coincidence that a billionaire visionary collapses in a parking lot and is helped by a strip-mall security guard? That a girl is murdered at the athletic club where she works? This season Crash will explore the human connections made in pivotal moments when characters must literally or figuratively fight for their lives. Nothing is random. There are no accidents. Unpredictable. Smart. Fatal. Sexy. Edgy. You never know what's going to happen on Crash, but some greater force seems to be behind the glamour and the darkness. Season two will explore how Old Hollywood affects New Hollywood in a string of unsolved murders; whether a ballplayer who missed the big time can ever get over that failure; if the urban homeless can get a second chance; and how the gorgeous dames of L.A.'s film-noir past are not so very different than an ambitious temptress of today who understands what men want. They are all part of the glitz and grit of contemporary Los Angeles. New to the cast this season are Eric Roberts ( The Dark Knight , Heroes ) as Seth, a billionaire entrepreneur with unfathomable success and drive; Linda Park (Jurassic Park III, Star Trek: Enterprise ) as Maggie, Set's trophy wife who writes of a joyful life in her children's books but has trouble living it; Jake McLaughlin (In the Valley of Elah) as Bo, a former high-school pitching ace and shoo-in for the big leagues who was derailed by a career-ending injury; Tess Harper (No Country for Old Men, Tender Mercies) as Bo's heavy-smoking mother Wendy, who owns a hobby-shop business; Dana Ashbrook (Twin Peaks, The Kill Point ) as Jimmy, a charismatic gambler and lover trying to put his bad choices behind him; and Julie Warner (Doc Hollywood, Nip/Tuck ) as Seth's ambitious right-hand woman. Returning are Dennis Hopper (Hoosiers, Speed, 24 ) as former rock-music producer Ben Cendars, just out of rehab and searching for clues surrounding a mysterious death; Jocko Sims as Anthony Adams, whose friendship with Ben will once again be tested when he helps Ben delve into a dangerous murder-mystery; Ross McCall as former cop Kenny Battaglia, a lowly strip-mall guard about to luck into a gig in the world of the super-rich; and Moran Atias as the enigmatic gypsy Inez, now making serious cash working as a hostess at an exclusive men's club but with cunning aspirations. From the producers of the Academy Award-winning Best Picture Crash, the hour-long dramatic series airing on Starz is co-produced by Lionsgate and Starz Entertainment. The creative team, headed by executive producer Ira Steven Behr ( The 4400 , Star Trek: Deep Space Nine , includes executive producers Paul Haggis and Bob Yari, and co-executive producers Bobby Moresco, Tom Nunan, Don Cheadle, Mark R. Harris, Jorg Westerkamp and Thomas Becker, all of whom were members of the Oscar-winning theatrical production team, as well as consulting producer Glen Mazzara. New this year with Behr are executive producer James DeMonaco (Staten Island, The Kill Point ), supervising producers Todd Harthan ( The Kill Point ) and Elizabeth Benjamin ( Bones ), consulting producer Devon Shepard ( Weeds ), and executive story editor Jennifer Schuur [Big Love]]), along with director Andrew Bernstein ( Mad Men ). Lester Berman is line producer. To See More Click Here .
Starz has revealed the ensemble for Season 2 of Crash , its smaller-screen adaptation of the acclaimed film, and Dennis Hopper has some interesting new co-stars. Eric Roberts (Star 80, Heroes) is joining the cast as Seth, a billionaire who aspires to bring a new pro football team to Los Angeles, while Julie Warner (Doc Hollywood) will play his gal Friday. Also on board for the next round are Dana Ashbrook ( Twin Peaks ) as a charismatic gambler, and Linda Park ( Star Trek: Enterprise ) as a children's book author struggling to write a happy ending for her own life. The final adds are Jake McLaughlin (In the Valley of Elah) as Bo, a former high school baseball star, and Tess Harper (Tender Mercies) as his mom. Joining Hopper in returning for Season 2 will be Ross McCall, Jocko Sims and Moran Atias. Production on the 13 new episodes is now under way in Albuquerque, N.M., with an eye on a Sept. 18 premiere. Source Here
Hawthorne: Chuck 's older sis, Sarah Lancaster, is set to moonlight on TNT's new nurse drama, HawthoRNe , as the girlfriend of a patient (My Boys') who's horribly injured in a motorcycle accident. Described as a woman who's never had to face adversity, she finds herself struggling with her newfound fate. So in the name of love (or craziness, you choose) her BF opts to undergo a high-risk surgery that could potentially kill him. Drama! Psych : James Brolin (a.k.a. Mr. Barbra Streisand) has signed on to appear in a season 4 episode entitled, "High Noon-ish." He'll play Hank, a sheriff in Old Sanora, a city which has recently found itself the victim of vandalism. Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) spent a lot of time there growing up and sees Hank as something of a father figure. Psych's fourth season kicks off Aug. 7. Crash : Eric Roberts is joining the STARZ drama as a series regular. He's set to play Seth, a billionaire entrepreneur who plans to give L.A. the one thing keeping it from becoming a real city: a professional football team. Crash's second season premieres Sept. 18. Melrose Place : The CW's upcoming reboot is currently casting the role of Caleb, an extremely masculine gay publicist who works with Katie Cassidy's Ella. Sources confirm that producers are checking availability. Kings : NBC will burn off the seven remaining episodes of its under-appreciated (and now canceled) drama beginning this Saturday and continuing through to its series finale on July 25. All of the show's major storylines will be wrapped up by the end. Source