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By Heather S. Vina
EW has up an interview with Melissa Benosit and Grant Gustin on their recent crossover.
Doctor Who: Unearthed from the Comic Relief vaults, you can find the 1999 Doctor Who Comic Relief special “The Curse of Fatal Death,” which starred Rowan Atkinson, Richard E. Grant, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant and Joanna Lumley as the Doctor! It was written by Steven Moffat. Digital Spy is reporting a return to three-parter stories.
Fear the Walking Dead: In behind-the-scenes news, showrunner Dave Erickson will be stepping down in the third season.
The Flash: TV Line has up an interview with Candice Patton and Grant Gustin on the latest relationship drama and the past musical episode. The show is adding actress Anne Dudek in a recurring role as Tracy Brand, who is described as “a smorgasbord of quirky idiosyncrasies.”
Grimm: TV Line has up an interview with series star David Giuntoli on the penultimate episode and the coming series finale.
The Inhumans: Comic Book.com has up some video and photos of set scenes of Black Bolt being arrested by the police.
Legends of Tomorrow: EW has up an article with some interviews on the team’s latest betrayal and where they go from there.
Lucifer: The show is seeing the final four of the twenty-two produced episodes for season two cut and held for season three.
Outcast: Spoiler TV has up the official synopsis for season two.
Orphan Black: Deadline has up a recap of the Paleyfest panel with some spoilers for the final season.
The Punisher: The show is adding actress Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio to their cast.
Sleepy Hollow: TV insider has up an interview with executive producer Albert Kim on the penultimate episode and the coming season finale. TV Line has up one with Kim as well on the new Henry’s motives.
Supergirl: Deadline is reporting that Katie McGrath is being promoted to series regular for season three.
The Walking Dead: TV Insider has up some spoilers from the show’s recent appearance at Paleyfest.
Over at EW, the latest Spoiler Room has a spoilers on shows Grimm, Supergirl, The Originals, Legends of Tomorrow, and Arrow.
Supernatural (Thursday nights, 8pm, CW)
By Paula R. Stiles
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The show has moved to 8pm. Still on Thursdays.
The season finale is May 18. The show will air back-to-back episodes that night, so it appears there will be a single-week hiatus after this one (possibly when Riverdale airs its season finale on May 11).
The Season 12 line-up (23 episodes) so far: “Keep Calm and Carry On” (12.01) official photos and press release; “Mamma Mia” (12.02) synopsis and photos; “The Foundry” (12.03) synopsis, official photos, sneak peek, and promo; “American Nightmare” (12.04) synopsis, official photos and promo; “The One You’ve Been Waiting For” (12.05) synopsis, promo and set photos; “Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox” (12.06) synopsis, photos and promo; “Rock Never Dies” (12.07) synopsis, photos and promo; “LOTUS” (12.08) synopsis, photos and promo; “First Blood” (12.09) synopsis, photos, promo and sneak peek, as well as an extended promo; “Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets” (12.10) (this is the one with Alicia Witt) synopsis, photos and promo, and sneak peek; “Regarding Dean” (12.11) tech survey card, synopsis, set photo, promo and official photos; “Stuck in the Middle (With You)” (12.12) tech survey card, synopsis, preliminary photo (this one’s directed by Richard Speight Jr.), and official photos and promo; “Family Feud” (12.13) synopsis; “The Raid” (12.14) tech survey card, synopsis, and promo and official photos; “Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell” (12.15) tech survey card, synopsis, official photos and promo; “Ladies Drink Free” (12.16) tech survey card, synopsis, photos and promo; “The British Invasion” (12.17) synopsis and tech survey card; “The Memory Remains” (12.18) tech survey card and title; and Unnamed Episode (12.19) tech survey card and partial title card, showing the director is Amanda Tapping, and the writers are Robert Berens and Meredith Glynn; Unnamed Episode (12.20) tech survey card, showing Richard Speight Jr. returning to direct; and Unnamed Episode (12.21) tech survey card.
The show returns this week with “Ladies Drink Free” (12.16).
The title for 12.18 is now being reported as “The Memory Remains.”
I’ve moved my Official live recaps to this site and simul-recapping at Wayward Friends, with reviews to follow.
The repeats last week were “Stuck in the Middle (With You)” (12.12) and “Family Feud” (12.13), which got a 0.2/1 and 0.88 million and a 0.3/1 and 0.82 million respectively.
“Regarding Dean” (12.11) didn’t show up in the L+3s or L+7s.
“Stuck in the Middle (With You)” (12.12) in its original broadcast rose from 1.811 million to a 2.772 million in the L+7s.