Topic: Sarah Michelle-Gellar

Ladies Be Filmin’: Ringer

Ladies Be Filminâ: Ringer

The fall TV season is underway and, despite the ever-lower numbers of women in the writers’ rooms, it’s being hailed as the year of the women: 17 out of the 25 new scripted shows on the Big Five networks are female-centered and many were created by women. In this series, comedian Leila Cohan-Miccio watches the new female-centered shows and evaluates how realistic their portrayals of women actually are. First up, Sarah Michelle Gellar’s return to television: Ringer. More »

Comic-Con Video Roundup: Trailers, Sneak Peeks, and Deleted Scenes Galore!

Comic-Con Video Roundup: Trailers, Sneak Peeks, and Deleted Scenes Galore!

Didn’t make it to San Diego Comic-Con in person? Never fear! Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, most of the videos, trailers, and previews of all the hotly-anticipated upcoming television shows and films are available for you to watch right in the comfort of your own homes! Walking Dead season 2 preview? We’ve got that. Fright Night sneak peek? We’ve got that, too. Looking for a taste of Sarah Michelle Gellar’s new show Ringer? Look right here. You want a Lost deleted scene? Yep. We’ve got a little something for everyone here, so come on in and make yourselves at home; the screening room’s open and the projector is running! More »

The 7 Best Instances of Doppelganger Sex

The 7 Best Instances of Doppelganger Sex

The current arc on All My Children (what? I was watching One Tree Hll reruns on SoapNet!) has Susan Lucci playing Erica Kane and her devious double, with the evil twin recently sleeping with Erica’s man. This is by no means the first time that fiendish doppelgangers have seduced their lookalikes’ men, because screwing the boyfriend/lover/husband is the best way to screw over your goody-two-shoes double. More »

Snap This: We’ll Take the Nathan Fillion Roll, Thanks

Snap This: We'll Take the Nathan Fillion Roll, Thanks

Last week Castle star and fan favorite Nathan Fillion tweeted a photo of this sushi menu with the caption, “Now I know. I’ve made it. I’ve finally made it.” He’s referring to his current TV character being immortalized in sushi: The Rick Castle Roll, which includes yellowtail, seared tuna, and shishito pepper. It’s the latest roll inspired by a celebrity at LA’s Hamasuku. More »