Now that everyone has gotten over Johnny Depp’s appearance and that smooch between John Barrowman and David Tennant, Airlock Alpha catches us up on all we missed with sci-fi TV:
And now let’s see what scoopage E! is covering:
And one final tidbit for crushed Jericho fans: it looks like they’re trying for a wrap-up movie.
The Emmy Award Nominations are out and the geeks seem to be doing the same as always. But hey, the folks who do all the technical stuff work hard on it. Let’s congratulate the great crew of our favorite geeky shows on jobs well done. (And there are some major ones in there.)
- Robot Chicken – Animation Series, and Voiceover for the Star Wars Episode II episode
- The Big Bang Theory – Best Comedic Actor, Art Direction
- Lost – Best Drama Series, Best Supporting Actor, Sound Editing (Series), Writing (Drama)
- Heroes – Art Direction, Visual Effects (Series)
- Battlestar Galactica – Directing (Drama), Single-Camera Editing (Hour-Long), Sound Editing (Episode), Sound Editing (Series), Visual Effects (Series) and Short-format Live-Action Entertainment Program
- Legend of the Seeker – Original Music Composition
- Smallville – Sound Editing
- Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog – Short-format Live-Action Entertainment Program
- Terminator – Sound Editing
- Sanctuary – Visual Effects (Series)
- Chuck – Stunts
We scour the complete PDF so you don’t have to!
After breaking the news that the Darth Maul actor was in negotiations last week, Michael Ausiello confirms that Park is a done deal for a “sizeable arc” on next season’s Heroes.
Entertainment Weekly’s Michael Ausiello is reporting that Ray Park – you’ll remember him as Darth Maul – is in talks to join NBC’s Heroes for a “sizeable arc” next series.
The nominations for the 35th Annual Saturn Awards are out, with Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull scoring five nominations, including Best Science Fiction Film and nods for both Harrison Ford and Shia LeBouf. The Clone Wars also picked up two nominations, one for Best Animated Movie and another for Best Syndicated/Cable series.
The Saturns are presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films to honor genre film and tv, so pretty much everything of note has a nod. The Dark Knight leads with 11 total. Expect to hear about the winners in June.