Saturday, September 24, 2011

Facebook updates from Charlaine Harris !

"Editorial changes for DEADLOCKED -- nearly complete! Just a touch-up here and there. Then on to the next project."

"As I've stated several times before, Sookie ALWAYS comes out in May. There will be two more books, DEADLOCKED (2012) and a final book (2013). If you don't like 'em, don't read them! There are lots of wonderful books in the world to read. And I do not know what Alan has planned for the show, which is obviously going in its own interesting direction. And I'll be writing something else when Sookie has been concluded."
Charlaine Harris

'True Blood's' Joe Manganiello to appear on'Two and a Half Men'

True Blood fans, if you’re having some Joe Manganiello withdrawal since the season concluded earlier this month, you’ll be happy to hear that the hunky star will be back on your screens soon.

A CBS spokesperson confirms to The Hollywood Reporter that Manganiello will be guest starring on Two and a Half Men, as first reported by EW.
He’ll be playing the hunky boyfriend to Walden’s (Ashton Kutcher) ex-wife, Bridget (Judy Greer). Viewers will meet Bridget on Monday’s episode. Manganiello will make his appearance on the Oct. 24 airing.

‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ stars: Where they are now?

When Joss Whedon brought “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” to TV in 1997, no one had very high expectations for the show. But beyond the cult reputation and the scores of academic books it spawned, it was also a talent discovery engine.
“Buffy” and its spinoff, “Angel,” launched the careers of countless actors and writers who are all over the fall TV season — not least of which is Sarah Michelle Gellar, who returns to prime time in “Ringer” after a long absence from television. Meanwhile, David Boreanaz is solving homicides on “Bones,” Alyson Hannigan is bringing on the laughs in “How I Met Your Mother,” Felicia Day is tearing up the Internet with “The Guild,” and “Buffy” mastermind Whedon is directing a new set of superheroes in “The Avengers.”
“Buffy” fans and newcomers can catch up on the slayer set (and their killer ’90s hairdos) with “Buffy the Vampire Slayer — The Complete Series,” out on DVD last year, or via reruns on Chiller and TeenNick. And to find out where your favorite “Buffy” stars are now, click through the gallery above for a partial list of the slayers, watchers, Scoobies and vamps that have found new life on the big and small screens. Be sure to click CAPTIONS ON.