News Roundup: 90210, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill and The O.C.

28 12 2009
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News Roundup: 90210, One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl and More

23 09 2009
  • 90210 dropped last night from 2.4 million viewers to 2.2 million.
  • Shenae Grimes (Annie, 90210) and Jessica Stroup (Silver, 90210) will be on The Jay Leno Show tonight.
  • Celebrity deejay Samantha Ronson will guest-star on 90210, alongside Pharrell and N.E.R.D.
  • Beverly Hills 90210 gets a shout-out in this TVGuide.com photo gallery on memorable TV spin-offs.
  • Eastwick, starring Lindsay Price (Janet, Beverly Hills 90210) premieres tonight on ABC.
  • The CW Source has podcasts for the One Tree Hill and Gossip Girl premieres, and another old-school OTH one.
  • As expected, One Tree Hill has been picked up for a full season, according to their official Twitter account.
  • Kudos to OneTreeHillWeb.net for reminding me that today is One Tree Hill’s sixth anniversary!
  • My Jack Savoretti-One Tree Hill contest ends tonight.
  • Alloy has an interview with Ashley Rickards (Sam, One Tree Hill).
  • Hilarie Burton (Peyton, One  Tree Hill) is featured in the new SoGoPro podcast.
  • Talking Gossip has a new podcast for last night’s Gossip Girl.
  • PEOPLE.com tells you how to copy the hairstyle Blake Lively (Serena, Gossip Girl) had at the Emmys.
  • Taylor Momsen (Jenny, Gossip Girl) helped launch the Clinique-Teen Vogue Fresh Faces Tour.
  • Mercy, starring Michelle Trachtenberg (Georgina, Gossip Girl), premieres tonight on NBC.
  • Ask Ausiello doesn’t have any TD spoilers this week but it does have some stuff on Benjamin McKenzie (Ryan, The O.C.)
  • Melissa Rosenberg, a former executive producer for The O.C., said working on the show got her her current gig as writing for the Twilight movies.
  • MTV has an interview with Cam Gigandet (Volchok, The O.C.).
  • An article on Glee discusses the Dawson’s Creek episode where Jack (Kerr Smith) comes out to his father.
  • Cougar Town, co-starring Busy Philipps (Audrey, Dawson’s Creek), debuts tonight on ABC.




News Roundup: Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, 90210 and More

3 08 2009
  • We’ll be playing trivia again tomorrow night.  Details will be posted in the morning.
  • Chuck (Ed Westwick, Gossip Girl) and Blair (Leighton Meester, Gossip Girl) are nominated for Hottest Hook-Up in the Tubey Awards.
  • In the August 7 issue of Entertainment Weekly, the mag takes a snipe at Taylor Momsen (Jenny, Gossip Girl): “Taylor Momsen says ‘I would eat a boy my age alive.’ Well, at least she’d be eating something.” (Momsen’s quote is from her Teen Vogue interview.)
  • Also in that issue, Kristen Bell (Gossip Girl, Gossip Girl) is not “seriously campaigning to appear on screen.
  • Celebrity-babies.com has an article on Kelly Rutherford (Lily, Gossip Girl) hiding her pregnancy last season.
  • Alexandra Patsavas, the music supervisor for Gossip Girl, shares some of her favorite “up-and-coming artists,” including Noisettes who will appear on One Tree Hill this season.
  • E! Online has video interviews with some of the Gossip Girl cast and a somewhat-spoilish article on One Tree Hill’s new season.
  • There are several new vlogs with Hilarie Burton (Peyton, One Tree Hill) on the SoGoPro site.
  • The blog for Web Series Magazine has a post on Burton’s, um, webseries.
  • Saxsen  Norton will reportedly appear on One Tree Hill this season.
  • The CW Source and One Tree Hill Podcast are continuing their reviews of prior seasons.
  • AnnaLynne McCord (Naomi, 90210) spoke with E!Online about who she’d like to guest-star on the show.
  • According to Ausiello, Anne Gillespie (Jackie, Beverly Hills 90210) will be back on 90210.
  • Grant Show (Jake, Beverly Hills 90210) says he may reprise his role on the new Melrose Place.
  • According to the above issue of EW, The Storm, starring Luke Perry (Dylan, Beverly Hills 90210) and James Van Der Beek (Dawson, Dawson’s Creek) “stirred up a paltry 4.9 million viewers.”
  • Ali Larter (Kristy, Dawson’s Creek) got married over the weekend and Joshua Jackson (Pacey, Dawson’s Creek) was reportedly in attendance.
  • You can vote for your “favorite fashionista”: Mischa Barton (Marissa, The O.C.) or Rachel Bilson (Summer, The O.C.)




News Roundup: 90210, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill and More

28 07 2009
  • I find it pretty disgusting that Perez Hilton is selling Team Tori and Team Candy tee shirts.  Guess it’s also disgusting that I’m giving it attention.
  • Taylor Momsen (Jenny, Gossip Girl) is on the cover of Teen Vogue.  They posted an interview excerpt online and PEOPLE.com also has a story on it.
  • The next part of the Gossip Girl bracket is available.
  • Gossip Girl’s Valley Girls (the 80s episode) and One Tree Hill’s We Three – My Echo, My Shadow and Me (the 1940s episode) are nominated for Best Special Episode in the Sourcies.
  • According to the above link, Victoria (Daphne Zuniga) won in the Hooray! The Bitch is Back category.
  • There’s a commercial for the One Tree Hill Season 6 DVD.
  • India de Beaufort has joined the cast of One Tree Hill as Miranda, who comes to down to take over Peyton’s record company for her.  Not happy about this!
  • Hilarie Burton (Peyton, One Tree Hill) posted another vlog on the SoGoPro site.
  • According to MTV News, Mischa Barton (Marissa, The O.C.) has been out of the hospital since “early last week.”
  • According to E!Online, Barton won’t be at the Television Critics Association panel for The Beautiful Life.  The other show mentioned in the article, Life Unexpected, stars Kerr Smith (Jack, Dawson’s Creek).
  • Examiner.com has an interview with a director who was inspired by the Marissa-Alex (Olivia Wilde) relationship on The O.C.
  • Peter Gallagher (Sandy, The O.C.) stars in Adam, which will be released in theaters this weekend.
  • The Guardian says The Vampire Diaries, which stars Paul Wesley (Donnie, The O.C.) is “a Frankenstein’s monster of teenage programming, featuring the hot teens of Beverley Hills 90210, the arched eyebrows of Gossip Girl, the soft heart of Dawson’s Creek, and some fangs.” I  thought that was cute.
  • An article on Jeff Wachtel, the head of programming for the USA Network, recounts his involvement with the origins of Dawson’s Creek.







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