It Looks like Summer has a new guest appearance on the show NTSF:SD:SUV, which is short for National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle. As you may have noticed, its a comedy show that parodies the action film genre and police procedural. Each episode is about 15 min long.
Currently we don’t know if Summer is actually on the show and there is no official announcement that confirms it, but it looks like she has a guest appearance this season. Check out the on set picture with Summer and Abigail Spencer that show creator Paul Scheer posted.
We will keep you informed and post new infos when we have them.
Update: It has been confirmed that Summer is on the show.
CBS has published the press release for the Hawaii Five-0 episode 16 Kekoa that will air on February 11 at 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT . The name of Summer’s character is Maggie Hoapili. Here is the short synopsis:
FIVE-0 INVESTIGATES THE MURDER OF A TRADITIONAL HAWAIIAN FIGHTING MASTER AND McGARRETT HIRES A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR TO FOLLOW HIS MOTHER, ON “HAWAII FIVE-0,” MONDAY, FEB. 11
“Kekoa” – Five-0 investigates the murder of a Lua (ancient Hawaiian hand-to-hand combat) master, and McGarrett hires a private investigator to follow his mother, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Monday, Feb. 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Christine Lahti returns as Doris McGarrett. Treat Williams guest stars as a private investigator hired by McGarrett to follow his mother, and Summer Glau guest stars as the daughter of the Lua master who comes to Five-0 for help.
(*Kekoa is Hawaiian for “Warrior”)
Summer Glau (Maggie Hoapili)
Daniel Dae Kim has twitted a second picture of him on the set of Hawaii Five-0, along with Summer, co-star Grace Park and other actors. Series writer Peter Lenkov has also confirmed that Summer will guest star on the show.
According to information our friend Nardia (who’s a die hard H50 fan) pieced together, Summer should guest star in episode 16 of the third season, which is titled Kekoa (Hawaiian for Brave One or The Soldier).
The episode, as far as we know, is based on the events that happened in North Korea (as briefly shown in the series’ pilot episode) and is said to be directed by Larry Teng.
If CBS’s programming follows its course, Summer’s episode should air on 18th February 2013.
Update: New picture of Summer and Joel de la Fuente.
It looks like Summer has a new series project going on. We don’t know for sure but she might be guest starring on Hawaii Five-0, the remake of the original series from 1968. Daniel Dae Kim whom some of you might know as Jin Kwon from Lost, posted an on set picture with Summer. Currently there is nothing official, but we let you know if anything comes up.
The show, running on CBS, is in its 3rd season. It is one of America’s top 30 series and averages 11mio viewers per episodes.
It follows an elite state police unit/task force set up to fight crime in the state of Hawaii. It stars Alex O’Loughlin, Scott Caan, Grace Park and Daniel Dae Kim. It is a re-imagining of the original 1968–80 television series. Almost every episode is filmed entirely in the state of Hawaii.
If you want to know more about the show, follow the link to wikipedia.
We know that Help for the Holidays is a great movie, but we are not the only one. The Christmas movie performed really well on Sunday, drawing 3.6 million viewers, which makes it #2 on the 8 pm time slot after NCIS. It also had a rating of 0.7 in the very important 18-49 group. Thats also better than last weeks Christmas movie from Hallmark with 3.3 million and a 0.5 rating. In general the Hallmark Channel has a really good run with their “Countdown to Christmas” movies.
Update: New infos tell that Help for the Holidays was the #1 program on Sunday,the #1 cable movie of the week with a 3.0 rating and over 5.6 million views and Hallmark’s most watched original movie of the year.
“Help for the Holidays” was the #1 cable program of Sunday and the #1 cable movie of the week. Among the core demographic of W25-54 rating, “Help for the Holidays” ranked as the #2 cable movie and the #5 telecast of the Sunday in addition to the #3 cable movie of the week. In the Sun 8-10p time period, the movie placed in the top 5 for HH and key demo ratings, including #1 in HH (3.0 rtg), #1 in P2+ (1.7 rtg), #2 in W25-54 (1.8 rtg), #2 in A25-54 (1.3 rtg), and #3 in W18-49 (1.3 rtg). In household and total viewer impressions, “Help for the Holidays” delivered #1 in HH (2,617,000), #1 in P2+ (3,639,000), #3 in W25-54 (828,000), and #3 in A25-54 (1,189,000). The Sunday premiere of “Help for the Holidays” boosted Hallmark Channel to be the #1 rated cable network in prime time among households (2.7 HH rtg) and the #1 rated cable network for day among households (1.5 rtg), W25-54 (.8 rtg), and A25-54 (.7 rtg). The film now claims the distinction as Hallmark Channel’s most watched original movie of the year among W25-54, A25-54, and total viewers, and the 2nd highest-rated original movie of the year among households.
If you missed Help for the Holidays or just want to watch it again, you have several chances to do that. The Hallmark Channel will show it again on the following dates. Thanks to Thierry for the heads up.
If you have missed the Firefly 10th anniversary special on the Science Channel or you couldn’t watch it, you can watch it now. Here is the full video on youtube, where the crew talks about their beloved show and shares some great details.
Update: Video was deleted from youtube so we uploaded it somewhere else.
So that episode was a blast, right ? Of course we don’t want to spoiler anyone that hasn’t seen it yet, but that definitely calls for a third season. Summer mentioned in her tweets and the previous interviews that she liked the scene were all girls were together. And yes, the scenes were really great. It was nice to see her hang out with the team. Also the elevator scenes and … no, you better see it for yourself.
Anyway, here are the caps from tonights season final of Alphas.
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