Given that The CW moved Cult from its plum Tuesday time slot to 9 PM on Friday nights after only two episodes, we figure that the future does not look bright for this series, or the show within the show -- we've even stopped recapping it because we can hear the death knell coming. Since we really do like the cast, we're hoping that they move on to bigger and better things when Cult is inevitably cancelled. Here are our suggestions.
I've been reluctantly continuing to watch Breakout Kings solely because I knew T-Bag was coming eventually. After sitting through the entirety of Prison Break (even the really, really awful times) mostly because of the awesomeness of the multi-faceted freak show that was T-Bag, I was happy to see the character revived. And I finally got to see the episode I'd been excited for, and it delivered. Well, Robert Knepper and Jimmi Simpson delivered, the rest of the cast... were just on some other ordinary cop show.
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Some sad news today for Kung Fu fans, but some great news for Hell's Kitchen fans and pervs, so it's not all bad.
It's a happy day for everyone it seems like. People are getting promoted, there's an up and coming TV show, exciting summer hits have been renewed, and even people who we really don't care about are getting their own reality shows.
After the last couple of seasons, which have been uneven at best, we weren't really sure what could be done to get us interested in Heroes again. Well, consider us interested. This season, the Heroes cross paths with some sinister circus folk, including a folksy Robert Knepper (T-Bag from Prison Break) and a knife-wielding Ray Park (Darth Maul and Snake Eyes). The pair got on a conference call recently to talk to us about their characters, and we were treated to two awesome stories from Knepper -- about scaring people on elevators and hanging out with Christopher Walken -- and the startling revelation that Park once wanted to be Teen Wolf. Our minds have been blown. Read for yourself after the jump.