Teenagers construct an odd building in a Eureka field while asleep. Airing Friday August 6 on Syfy Channel (9-10 p.m. ET). Source & Preview
Season 3 of Eureka has been going strong and Carter and crew have dealt with a lot. With alien mythology creeping into the mix, BuddyTV wanted to get the lowdown on this season from the highest source: Co-Creator Jaime Paglia. Lucky for us, Paglia attended EW and Syfy 's Comic-Con party last Saturday night and we were able to grab him for a couple minutes to hear all about the "romance and intrigue" that will be coming up at the end of the season. Paglia gives a few spoiler-ish hints about possible returning characters, possible hookups and the new mythology of the series. But, he wasn't all business while at the party, he also told us of his favorite episode this season and why he likes it so much. The most interesting tidbit for me was the romance (how could it not be). Carter's love interest that threatens Allison. Zoe and Lucas' relationship is heating up. Douglas Fargo's new girlfiend. Jo and Zane Donovan's relationship is getting interesting. And Henry has some surprises coming his way. There's just so much going on. It's nice to see a Sci-Fi show with a good sense of romance. To Watch The Video Click here .
A bowling tournament brings a rival science team from Area 51 to town, leaving Carter investigating practical jokes that escalate in scope and destruction as the competition progresses. Airing Friday, July 31 on Syfy Channel (9-10 p.m. ET). Source & Preview If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online Now
Quick news bit, announced at Comic Con today: Syfy has renewed Eureka for a 22 episode, 4th season. Source
* Torchwood : Children of the Earth (9/8 CT BBC America ) The entire human race could be wiped out in the conclusion of this thrilling miniseries if the prime minister doesn't deliver on his promise to give 10 percent of the world's children to that slimy alien race known only as the 456. Jack Harkness, however, won't let that happen without a fight. Still reeling from the Thames House tragedy, the Captain is determined to atone for his sins of the past and save the children - something he failed to do 40 years ago. * Wizards of Waverly Place (8/7 CT Disney Channel ) The series begins a four-episode story about a family of vampires, the Van Heusens, who open a rival sandwich shop that takes a serious bite out of the Russos' Sub Station business. In tonight's opener, Justin spies on the new family to gain information but ends up head-over-heels for the Van Heusen's beautiful daughter, Juliet (Bridgit Mendler). The story line is scheduled to wrap up August 14. * Chopping Block (8/7 CT NBC) The competition comes to a close as the two remaining couples combine all that they've learned to launch their restaurants. The pairs must put the finishing touches on their remodeling projects, plan the perfect menu and prepare top-notch service for the opening-night celebration. Not only do they serve a packed house, but Marco and his guest Piers Morgan are in the crowd - no pressure! The winning duo walks away with $250,000. * Eureka (9/8 CT Syfy ) Last year, actor Colin Ferguson guest starred on an episode of Ghost Hunters. Tonight, the man Eureka calls Sheriff Jack Carter might want the ghost hunters to return the favor as the reopening of Global Dynamics' Section 5 sets loose things best described as poltergeists. General Hospital alumna Jamie Ray Newman kicks off her recurring-role residency as Dr. Tess Fontana. * 20/20 (10 /9 CT ABC) According to Charles Gibson, oil companies made approximately $180 billion in 2008, yet gas-station owners make more money selling soda than gasoline. Gibson explores reasons why - and why oil prices swing so wildly - as he follows oil from pump to platform, with side trips to Washington, D.C., and the New York Mercantile Exchange. It's a rocky ride - and that's before the producers trot out the stock footage of Saudi sheiks. And climate change? Secretary of Energy Steven Chu calls it "the new 800-lb. gorilla." * Degrassi: The Next Generation (8/7 CT The N) Exam time causes lots of problems for various Degrassi students, including Mia, whose grades are falling because of her modeling schedule. Realizing she doesn't have time for everything, Mia considers dropping out of school. Meanwhile, Holly J. is not happy about the C she received in an art class, and she's got vengeance on her mind. Source Here
Tess Fontana (Jaime Ray Newman) shakes things up in Carter's world when she's brought in by Allison to re-open Section Five. Airing Friday, July 24 on Syfy Channel (9-10 p.m. ET). If you Missed The Last Episode of Eureka Watch It Here Online Now Source Here
* Wizards on Deck with Hannah Montana (8 pm/ET Disney Channel ) Three of Disney's biggest hits ( Hannah Montana , Wizards of Waverly Place , The Suite Life On Deck ) cross over in this 90-minute laughfest that is sure to please fans of all three shows. The fun begins when Justin, Alex and Max Russo join a teen cruise on the SS Tipton, which is, of course, the home of Zack and Cody Martin... and London Tipton. Justin is crazy about London and pretends he is a doctor to get a date with her. Later, it's a fan-feeding frenzy when Hannah Montana arrives on the ship for a concert. * Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader ? (8 pm/ET Fox) Star Jones is a lawyer and Jack Hanna (we usually describe him as an "animal expert") is the director emeritus of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Ohio, so we can assume that both know a thing or two. But what does Jones know about animals? How many constitutional amendments can Hanna recall? And can either identify a cirrus cloud or the capital of Estonia? You can find out tonight. Jones, by the way, will donate her winnings to a Harlem school and Hanna will give his to the Columbus Zoo. * SpongeBob SquarePants (8 pm/ET Nickelodeon) To celebrate a certain little sea creature's big 10th anniversary, Nickelodeon is airing a weekend full of SpongeBob SquarePants episodes. Things kick off with a new episode in which SpongeBob goes shopping for pants since all of his old ones shrunk. But there's a problem: The store has no square pants left, only round ones. Having no other choice, SpongeBob buys the round pants, and then becomes unrecognizable to his friends. Because after all, he's not SpongeBob RoundPants. * Eureka (9 pm/ET Syfy ) If you have ever wanted to see gun-toting, hard-as-nails Deputy Lupo (Erica Cerra) step out of character, you won't want to miss this misadventure, as a mishap with a DNA-monitoring system seems to change the no-nonsense officer of the law into someone a little more Fargo-friendly. Meanwhile, Carter must contend with a recertification exam that goes beyond the usual questionnaires and tests of strength. * Real Time with Bill Maher (10 pm/ET HBO ) Well, barring a "meltdown," in the words of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor should be on her way to confirmation by the end of this week. But after two weeks off, Maher should have plenty to talk about tonight, including health care, President Obama's recent trip to Europe and Africa, and revelations of CIA assassination squads. On hand to discuss these topics and more are blogger Markos Moulitsas, playwright Anna Deavere Smith and Montana governor Brian Schweitzer. Source Here
Finally...a summer weekend with a decent sampling of TV to watch! Image from Drop Dead Diva, courtesy of SciFiWire In addition to Sunday's True Blood goodness (after a one week hiatus), we have quite a few premieres/returns/finales this weekend that we wanted to remind you all to watch, including: Friday Eureka returns (finally!) on SyFy at 9PM Saturday Harper's Island series finale on CBS at 9PM (2 episodes) Eli Stone series finale on ABC at 10PM Sunday TV Movie Meteor on NBC at 9PM Law & Order: Criminal Intent on USA at 9PM (returns after a 2 week hiatus) Drop Dead Diva series premiere on Lifetime at 9PM Entourage season premiere on HBO at 10:30PM What will you be watching?
Following his sacking in "From Fear to Eternity", Carter attends a job interview with the Department of Homeland Security. Deputy Lupo hands in her resignation on learning her new boss is a robot. Source & Preview
Eureka returns for an all new season Friday, July 10th on Syfy ! To get ready and tease the 4th season, show star Colin Ferguson and Executive Producer/Co-Creator Jaime Paglia took part in a Q&A with us bloggers. Check out what they had to say about the exciting new season to come, great Eureka inventions, and plenty more: Eureka Q&A with Colin Ferguson and Exec Producer Jaime Paglia Don't miss Eureka Fridays at 9/8c on Syfy !