New pictures of Wolverine and Chun-Li showcase more of the sexiness. On the other hand, new BSG and Sarah Connor pics open up the future. More Lost WTFage, plus video of Tricia Helfer filming Chuck.


Here's a new one-sheet plus a couple of other images that are supposedly new (but which look awfully familiar to me.) Stabby claws! [Sci Fi Wire and L.A. Times]

Street Fighter: The Legend Of Chun-Li:

A few new images show Chun-Li in some of her quiet moments, plus maybe that book she's looking at has something to do with her quest. [Celebutopia]

Battlestar Galactica:

Do Adama, Tigh, Baltar, Tyrol, Starbuck and Apollo all survive the uprising? See for yourself with this collection of promo pics from the next half dozen episodes, including John Hodgman as a doctor, and Starbuck's new piano playing pal Slick. Sorry about the watermarks. We'll try and get them without watermarks ASAP. [Jeebs83 and Battlestar Blog]

And here's the Canadian promo for Friday's episode, showing more Adama badassery. [Battlestar Blog]

We'll see more developments in the dynamic of Adama flirting with martial law, and Adama and Roslin's relationship eroding the line between civilian and military authority, in the next few episodes. Also, things will continue to get worse and worse for our heroes, says writer Mark Verheiden. [Chicago Tribune]


The official synopsis for episode 5x06, "316," shouldn't surprise anyone: "The members of Oceanic 6 discover how to get back to the island, but not all of them want to return." [The ODI]

And now for something a bit more surprising! The show was filming a scene that takes place off the island (at a taco stand near a Chuck E Cheese, in fact) where Miles is grabbed by two men and hustled into a van. One of the men has a Swan logo on his jumpsuit. Miles, off island? Being kidnapped by the Dharma Initiative? (And also: is Chuck E Cheese no longer a safe space?) [The ODI]

It looks like we'll be seeing more of that blue carpet van, in episode 5x13 or thereabouts. [Hawaii Weblog]

Also, a source claims that in episode 5x16, Ms. Hawking gives Jack an item that must return to the island along with Locke — plus an item relating to Jack's grandfather, which is one of a pair. [Spoilers Lost]

There will be a "little more Jacob stuff" this season, but you won't have all your Jacob questions answered this year, say producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof. But there will be tons and tons of the "romantic quadrangle." [USA Today via Doc Arzt]

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles:

What happens in episode 2x15, "Desert Cantos"? Apparently, our heroes search for answers at a funeral. Here's the description:

Sarah, John, Cameron and Derek investigate the company town connected to the destroyed factory while Weaver sends her own man into town in search of a potential survivor.

And here are some promo pics. I love Summer Glau's idea of funeral wear. [Sarah Connor Society and SpoilerTV]


Episode 1x16 will be called "Unleashed." And here are some photos from episode 1x14, "Ability." [Fringe Television]

We'll get total closure of the John Scott storyline in February's episodes, promised actor Mark Valley. We'll learn who he's been working for, and the truth of his feelings for Olivia. And he'll probably appear both in the flesh and in Olivia's "dreamscape." [Sci Fi Wire]


Here's your first glimpse of Tricia Helfer filming her guest spot, where she kills a bunch of people.

And here are some cast interviews about tonight's big episode:


Ellen Greene may be returning as Sylar's mom for May sweeps. [Heroes Spoilers]

Ali Larter had a live chat with the fans. She's eager to return to Heroes for season four, she says, and she's "extremely happy" with the ideas the writers are batting around for next season. Also, she has no scenes with Sylar in "Fugitives," and it sounds like she doesn't spend much time with Claire either. And there's no resolution to the dangling "third sister" storyline. [The ODI]

It sounds like after the show's friendly mutants escape from Super-Gitmo, they develop a plan to get back at the U.S. government, as well as Homeland Security head Nathan Petrelli. (Does Nathan have literally a new job every week? I want to send Tom Zarek to make fun of him, like he did the job-hopping Lee Adama.) Our heroes will have to "take the government down," says Hayden Panettiere. Also, the gang will have to work together more. [TV Guide]


Star Jared Padalecki says a big development is coming, relating to Sam's ability to send demons back to Hell with a wave of his hand, and his relationship with Ruby. We're going to see Sam get very dark, and possibly flirt with the dark side, says Padalecki, although he's not sure about specifics. [Sci Fi Wire]

Life On Mars:

Were you excited by last Wednesday's episode of this time-stranded cop show? If so, then rejoice. We'll be seeing more of Detective Nunzio, Gene Hunt's rival, in a future episode. Also, Gene's daughter Maria will be around for the next few episodes, so we can explore her hot affair with Sam. And for those of you who'd actually like some resolution of last year's cliffhanger, apparently we will soon learn what's in the basement. [Zap2It]