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Fairly LegalUSA's newest series, Fairly Legal premieres tonight at 10/9c. The original scripted centers on the character Kate Reed, played by Sarah Shahi (Life, The L Word), a frustrated litigator who became the ultimate anti-lawyer: a mediator. Reed uses her knowledge to solve people's problems to prevent them from going to trial. The series also stars Virginia Williams (Revenge of the Bridesmaids, How I Met Your Mother), as Kate's stepmother, and now boss because of Sarah's father's passing, as well as her soon-to-be ex-husband Justin, played by Michael Trucco (Battlestar Galactica, Castle). Baron Vaughn (The Other Guys, Law & Order) stars as Kate's assistant Leonardo.

Sarah Shahi sat down with the digital media last week to discuss her new series.

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White CollarUSA's hit original series White Collar returns tonight with the first of all new season two episodes in its new timeslot at 10/9C. The series stars Matt Bomer as the slick and charismatic con artist Neal Caffrey and Tim Dekay as FBI agent Peter Burke. The show follows the unlikely partnership of Peter and Neal as they use Peter's FBI smarts and Neal's experience in the art of forgery and other cons. They are joined by returning stars Willie Garson, who plays Mozzie, a friend and confidant of Neal's who's always ready to help with a con, and Marsha Thomason as Diana Berrigan, who works with Burke at the FBI. Hilarie Burton also returns in the mid-season premiere as Sara Ellis, the insurance investigator, who has helped them out in the past.

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Being HumanThe wait is finally over. Tonight SyFy will premiere their new series, Being Human, a "reimagining" of the BBC series of the same name. Some fans of the original series aren't sure if they should tune in tonight, but they should. The new series stands on its own, even with the same overall story - a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost live together as roommates. After that, is anyone's guess. According to those involved in the series, plots may change and even if situations are the same, characters may react in different ways. The second season may not resemble that of the original series at all. Regardless, the series so far is brilliant. After watching the pilot tonight you will be thirsting for more.

Meet Aidan (Sam Witwer; Battlestar Galactica; Smallville), a tortured vampire who wants to control his addiction. He doesn't always succeed, and his "mentor" Bishop isn't helping things, always trying to pull him back into his seedy underworld. Aidan, however, would rather walk his own path, even if it is not easy.

Josh (Sam Huntington; Supernan Returns; Fanboys) is not a typical werewolf. He's shy and also nervous around the ladies. Not the alpha male that Hollywood has made us use to. Though that doesn't mean we don't get to enjoy him running through the woods naked.

Sally (Meaghan Rath; Prom Wars, 18 to Life) is the free-spirit. Even though she's been living a lonely existence for six months, considering no one but Aidan and Josh can see or talk to her, she often is the most cheerful of the bunch, even as she struggles with not being able to leave the house.

The three live together, trying to have some normalcy, and at the same time retain their humanity.

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Being HumanOn Monday, Syfy will debut its newest series, Being Human. The series is based on the British hit of the same name, but has been touted as a reimagining rather than a remake. The overall story is the same – the show features three twenty-something roommates – a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost. The story follows their lives as they struggle to retain their humanity.

The show stars Sam Witwer (Battlestar Galactica; Smallville) as Aidan, the vampire, Sam Huntington (Superman Returns; Fanboys) as Josh, the werewolf, and Meaghan Rath (Prom Wars; 18 to Life) as Sally, the ghost.

In anticipation of the premiere, executive producers Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke, who both also serve as writers on the show, as well as two of the show's stars, Huntington and Rath, sat down to discuss the new series.

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Fairly LegalFairly Legal, USA Network's new original series, will be premiering next Thursday, following the return of Royal Pains. The new series stars Sarah Shahi (Life; The L Word) as Kate Reed, a top litigator, who frustrated by injustice, decides to become an "anti-lawyer," as a mediator. She does whatever to takes to resolve conflicts before the cases go to trial. The series also stars Michael Trucoo (Battlestar Galactica; Castle) as Justin Patrick, Virginia Williams (Revenge of the Bridesmaids; How I Met Your Mother) as Lauren Reed, and Baron Vaughn (The Other Guys; Law & Order) as Leonardo Prince.

Michael Sardo, who has previously written for series such as The Tracey Ullman Show, Picket Fences, and Wings, and is the creator and executive producer of the show, sat down to talk to the digital media about the new series.

When coming up with the idea for the series, Sardo tends to approach his television pilots from a "feature writer's perspective in the sense of letting them find their own way." Part of his ideas came from having friends who were getting divorced. "All of them would start off very amicable, "You know we're just going to divide up the stuff; there's really no problem here." Then somehow or another in the process, once they got lawyers, it was war. Then I saw a couple friends go through divorces with a mediator, and they just talked it out and found a solution, little bumps along the road, but it was fine. I got interested in what was this thing, this mediation thing."

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Being HumanSyfy has carried reimagined series before, take Battlestar Galactica for example. However, Syfy's newest series, Being Human, is different in that the original series is currently still on television in its third season on the BBC. Many people have been hesitant on whether or not to tune in to Syfy's version, especially fans of the original. After watching the first three episodes and talking to some of those involved in the show, however, I think everyone should give it a shot. Syfy's version can definitely hold its own.

It's true that the general story line is the same - a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost become roommates, and because of the success of franchises like Twilight and True Blood, that may be enough to pull a certain demographic in. Some of the rules and myths of supernatural creatures are of course the same, but it is almost unavoidable that there would be an overlap with all of the other shows out there. However, this show is nothing like the other current popular shows with similar themes.

All three characters long for normality and consider themselved cursed. As you would expect, Aidan, the vampire (Sam Witwer; Battlestar Galactica, Smallville), tries (and at times fails) not to kill humans, as does Josh (Superman Returns, Fanboys), the werewolf played by Sam Huntington, who turns once a month. Meanwhile Sally, the ghost (Meaghan Rath; Prom Wars, 18 to Life) who haunts the friends' new apartment, learns what it means to be ethereal and struggles to live without being able to interact with others, or even to leave the apartment.


Having only seen a couple episodes of the original, I cannot say how similar certain storylines are, but from what I have seen, regardless, they are very enjoyable, even if some were familiar. The producers and actors of the show have stated in various interviews that even if certain situations are the same, they may be handled completely different on the new series. And it's great that Syfy also gets thirteen episodes compared to BBC's six to develop the story during the first season.

I found the stories compelling and the characters believable in their struggles. The scripts were well written and I was really surprised when each episode was over because it moved so quickly and was quite eager to start the next.

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White Collar: Matt Bomer & Time DeKayUSA Network's hit original series, White Collar, returns with all new episodes from season two next week. The mid-season cliffhanger ended with Mozzie (Willie Garson, Sex and the City) having been shot, and now Neal Caffrey, played by Matt Bomer (Chuck; Tru Calling), and Peter Burke, played by Tim DeKay (Tell Me You Love Me; Carnivàle) work to find the shooter and continue to look for answers about Kate's murder.

Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay sat down with the digital media to discuss the upcoming season of White Collar, which returns next Tuesday. The two actors have a great camaraderie on screen as well as off. This was very evident in the interview. DeKay joked that they "went to therapy once a week."

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By Karen Moul

The CapeNBC is pulling out all the stops for its new series, The Cape, a crime drama with a comic book sensibility. Curious viewers have seen the promos and explored the show's website, which includes an online graphic novel and official message board. The marketing blitz reached a high point just before Christmas, when the show's creator and executive producer, Thomas Wheeler, made time for a Q&A session with digital journalists.

The show stars David Lyons (ER) as Vince Faraday, a good cop framed for crimes he did not commit. Presumed dead in an explosion, Faraday teams up with a gang of carnival workers who help him assume the persona of The Cape - his son's favorite comic book hero. Taking the law into his own hands, Faraday fights to defeat the criminal forces of Palm City and win back his wife, Dana (Jennifer Ferrin, Life on Mars) and son, Trip (Ryan Wynott, Flash Forward).

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MerlinSyfy's popular series Merlin returns for a third season starting January 7 at 10PM ET/PT. Colin Morgan reprises his role as the young wizard Merlin, who must protect Prince Arthur, played by Bradley James. The new season finds the kingdom of Camelot in turmoil by the return of Morgana.

This season also brings new guest stars, including Harry Melling, Warwick Davis, Miriam Margoyles, and Mark Williams from the Harry Potter movies. Guest stars from last season Emilia Fox and Santiago Cabrera also return.

Both Morgan and James sat down with the digital media to discuss the new season.

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Brendan Fehr in Ice QuakeGrowing up in Canada, Brendan Fehr did not plan on being an actor. For some quick-cash he stopped by Look Talent Management for a modeling assignment when the manager suggested he try acting instead. The rest is history.

Most people probably know Fehr for his work on Roswell as the character Michael Guerin, or perhaps from CSI: Miami or Bones. He however, has also appeared in other series, such as Millennium and Samurai Girl. He has worked in film as well, landing roles in Disturbing Behavior, Final Destination, and The Forsaken, to name a few.

Fehr now can be seen starring in the Syfy original movie, Ice Quake, premiering tonight on Syfy at 9PM ET/PT.

Ice Quake, which also stars Victor Garber (Alias, Glee), takes place on Christmas Eve, when the Alaskan permafrost thaws, creating underground rivers of liquid methane, causing earthquakes. A family is separated and must find each other and work together to stop an explosion that could wipe out the planet.

Brendan Fehr sat down with the digital media to discuss life and this upcoming role.

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