News Roundup: One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl and 90210

26 03 2010
  • I may not be able to live-blog this week’s episodes due to Passover. If that ends up being the case, I will have reaction posts later in the week.
  • The L.A. Times has an interesting post on The CW’s decision to add more commercials during online viewings of their shows.
  • One Tree Hill returns with new episodes one month from today. (A repeat will air on 4/19.)
  • The listing for this house says it was used on One Tree Hill but I can’t figure out whose it is. Brooke? Peyton? Rachel? None of the above? Anyway…the house is up for auction to benefit the Methodist Home For Children.
  • The Soup Dish spoofed Gossip Girl’s sex-with-food-in-the-kitchen scene from last week’s episode.
  • Sebastian Stan (Carter, Gossip Girl) is in Hot Tub Time Machine, which was released in theaters today.
  • E! Online and TV Fanatic have spoiler-filled interviews with Trevor Donovan (Teddy, 90210). Have you read my two interviews with him?
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News Roundup: Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill and 90210

13 11 2009
  • The Soup parodied Leighton Meester (Blair, Gossip Girl) and Ed Westwick (Chuck, Gossip Girl) in this video.
  • 50 Cent had some funny and nice things to say about Chace Crawford (Nate, Gossip Girl), his co-star in the movie Twelve.
  • Hilarie Burton (Peyton, One Tree Hill) recorded a promo for SoGoPro. She also has a new blog post.
  • Nathan (James Lafferty, One Tree Hill). and David (Brian Austin Green, Beverly Hills 90210) are included in a SoapNet gallery on “character corrections” they’d like to see.
  • SoapNet will air a “Chillin’ with Dylan” marathon of Beverly Hills 90210 on Nov. 27, from 1pm-9pm. Will post a reminder that morning.
  • Daniel Cosgrove (Matt, Beverly Hills 90210) has joined the cast of As the World Turns.
  • PEOPLE’s Celebrity Baby Blog has an interview with Jennie Garth (Kelly, Beverly Hills 90210) mostly on her family but there’s a little 90210 stuff thrown in.
  • PEOPLE has an article on Tiffani-Amber Thiessen’s (Valerie, Beverly Hills 90210) recently-announced pregnancy.
  • The whole Jackie-Silver missed birthdays storyline from this week’s 90210 made TVGuide.com’s list of top moments. Wish I could agree.
  • GeekSugar can tell you what cell phone Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes, 90210) has been using.
  • Kellan Lutz (George, 90210) will reportedly be honored with a Power of Youth award.




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

15 05 2009
  • Taylor Momsen’s (Jenny, Gossip Girl) band Pretty Reckless signed a record deal with Interscope.
  • The Gossip Girl spin-off might end up being a mid-season replacement, according to The Hollywood Reporter
  • Best Week Ever says Color Me Badd’s season2 appearance on Beverly Hills 90210 was “the best 90210 cameo ever.”
  • Tori Spelling (Donna, Beverly Hills 90210) is on the cover of Cookie Magazine’s June issue.
  • Tiffani Amber Thiessen (Valerie, Beverly Hills 90210) is considering starting a family, even though she is working on a new series.
  • E!Online has spoilish info regarding Brenda (Shannen Doherty) on 90210.
  • AnnaLynne McCord (Naomi, 90210) is involved with charities called The Blind Project and St. Bernard’s Project.
  • The trailer for Table for Three starring Sophia Bush (Brooke, One Tree Hill) looks pretty funny.
  • The Soup has yet again made fun of Nick Lachey’s appearance on One Tree Hill.
  • Here’s a short article on James Van Der Beek’s (Dawson, Dawson’s Creek) new movie, Formosa Betrayed.




Spoiler: Watch with Kristin OTH Edition

15 05 2009

RELEVANT QUESTIONS–DON’T READ IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW!!!

Danielle in Brookvale, NSW, Australia: Please tell me Brooke and Julian get together!? It’s about time there is a happy ending for Brooke. So far this season she has had her company, lost her company, had Sam, lost Sam, had Julian, lost Julian and officially lost Lucas to Peyton. Please give Brooke some love!
It’s sweet how concerned you are about Brooke’s future…and rightly so. The poor girl has been to hell and back this season—don’t forget that break-in and beating! Luckily, TPTB over in Tree Hill took note and her happy ending is on the way. Julian is back in the finale and it looks like B. Davis is finally getting her fairy-tale “movie” ending. And who better to give it to her than the Hollywood director himself? We’re just sayin’.

Jaymes in Oakland: Since Katie Voegle’s CD is coming out in real life too, is Mia going to stick around Tree Hill?
Mia and Chase (Stephen Coletti) are still going strong, but she is getting ready to hit the road to promote her new album. In the finale, Chase shows up at Mia’s CD signing and what she writes definitely makes for an awww-worthy moment. No word yet on if the duo will be back in the restructured show next year.

Joan in Los Angeles: I can’t imagine One Tree Hill without Hilarie Burton and Chad Michael Murray. I hope they didn’t really leave because of money issues!
While we can’t speak for CMM (although that video from a few months back spoke volumes), our best frenemy scored an interview with Hilarie after the news of her departure broke, and it sounds like at least her departure from the show was pretty amicable. Hilarie said, “Everyone was kind of agreeable about the situation. There were a lot of really wonderful conversations. It wasn’t a rash decision; a lot of thought, emotion and kindness was put into it. I would hope that that‘s the story that gets out.”

What about Nick Lachey? Is he coming back for more?
If you mean is there any more “Nick Lachey-ing” in the finale, thankfully, no. The former pop star’s last appearance of the season was last week, but if you just can’t get enough of their constant first-and-last-name-calling of Nick Lachey, check out this week’s Condensed Soup on E! Online for Joel McHale‘s take on the cameos. Hilarious!

lc_mundell: Does Ashley Rickards (Sam) make an appearance at all in the One Tree Hill finale? You said everything ends so pleasantly, and I can’t imagine Brooke having a happy ending that doesn’t involve Sam.
Unfortunately Sam doesn’t come back, but there is a sweet moment with Brooke talking to Sam on the phone. Like we said before, don’t worry about Brooke’s happy ending. It’s on the way.

Amyjbennett: We know that James Lafferty filmed with the NBA’s Bobcats.  Is that a dream sequence?
Interesting question, Amy. If by dream sequence you mean a scene that is dream-like because Nathan can’t believe it’s true, then yes, Nathan joining the Bobcats is a dream sequence.

Karen Novak: I would like to know if Dan Scott lives or if they are going to have him die? Please don’t have him die as he adds so much to the show and his relationship with Jamie is adorable.
Dan is still alive and kicking, but definitely still struggling with his conscience. In fact, the finale finds him in the company of a familiar—and beloved—former Tree Hill face who becomes a surprising ally in the birth of a new Dan Scott. In fact, two former castmembers are back for the finale. Guesses?

Sabrina in Prescott, Ariz: Is Millicent leaving Mouth behind and moving to New York? How could Brooke do that to them!
Don’t worry about this adorkable couple. They’ll survive whatever unexpected changes come to Clothes Over Bros.

Jessica: If Lucas and Peyton aren’t coming back to One Tree Hill, do they at least get a proper send-off?
That has been the topic of discussion this week and in our opinion, the answer is yes. If you haven’t already heard, cover your eyes now: Peyton and baby Scott beat the odds and live happily ever after in the finale. Okay, so it’s not that cut-and-dried, but after all of the heartache and loss Peyton has survived during six seasons of OTH, this final episode is a cakewalk. All elements of Lucas-Peyton saga are present in their final scene and we even get the traditional Chad Michael Murray voiceover. Fans are not left with a big question mark ending for Leyton. In fact, we’d go as far as to say that they do get their happily ever after.





News Roundup: 90210, Gossip Girl, and More

13 04 2009
  • Tori Spelling (Donna, Beverly Hills 90210) has refuted some of her mother’s claims in a new article.  Both of their books are reviewed in the April 17th issue of Entertainment Weekly.  You can also read the reviews here, as well as another Tori article from the mag.
  • Newsday put together a lot of Tori-related content, including a photo gallery and an article previewing her return to 90210.
  • Newsday also has a poll asking what other original cast member you’d like to see return and a photo gallery of the new and old casts.
  • Jason Priestley (Brandon, Beverly Hills 90210) will soon have a second child.
  • Shenae Grimes (Annie, 90210) and Ryan Eggold (Ryan, 90210) both said they were disappointed to hear Dustin Milligan (Ethan) won’t be returning for season 2.
  • Rob Estes (Harry, 90210) was recently mistaken for Grant Show (Jake, Beverly Hills 90210/Melrose Place).
  • Korbi at Zap2it has posted fan feedback regarding Gossip Girl’s Nate-Blair-Chuck, much like E!Online did.
  • John Burke (Bart Bass, Gossip Girl) is now on Rescue Me.
  • The April 10th issue of Entertainment Weekly is filled with teen drama content: there’s a small piece on Southland, which includes photos of Ben McKenzie (Ryan, The O.C.) and Michael Cudlitz (Tony, Beverly Hills 90210) during their TD days; Penelope’s (Amanda Setton) “In the last 20 minutes, I’ve been hit on by two Bronfmans and a gay designer.  It was totally worth it” line from the most recent Gossip Girl was included in the weekly SoundBites feature.  Unfortunately, so was Joel McHale’s recent quip on The Soup: “One Tree Hill can be described in many ways: unflinching cure for insomnia, worst show to take place on a hill, and inexcusable misuse of Chad Michael Murray would all work.”; Tori Spelling vs. Candy Spelling made The Bullseye, as did the news that Milligan is leaving 90210.







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