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zaterdag 12 januari 2013

NBC Orders Legal Drama Pilot Based on Jo Nesbo Novel


NBC has ordered a drama pilot for "I Am Victor," based on crime author Jo Nesbo's upcoming novel of the same name, the network said Friday.

The series will follow Victor Port, a high-powered divorce attorney with a unique view of relationships.

Former "House M.D." executive producer Katie Jacobs will executive-produce the pilot, with "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" and "West Wing" writer Mark Goffman writing.

Meghan Lyvers, Daniel Rappaport of Management 360 will also executive-produce, as will Nesbo.

Norwegian author Nesbo (pictured), best known for his novel series centered around Oslo homicide detective Harry Hole. A number of his books, including "Headhunters" and "The Snowman," have been optioned for films.


'Banshee' Head Greg Yaitanes: Secrets Galore, But Hold the Olives


Like many TV creators, Greg Yaitanes isn't crazy about the alternate identities people adopt online – and the Emmy-winning former "House" executive producer gets to explore anonymity and becoming someone else in the new Cinemax series "Banshee."

"I've been harassed by 'House' Twitter fans for years now. I'm always kind of surprised at people's level of saying something that they would never say to my face -- that they would never say to another human being's face," he said.

Not that Yaitanes has a problem with social media – he was an early investor in Twitter, and used a litany of apps and new technology to make his pulpy drama, executive produced by Alan Ball, as scrappy as a tech startup.

With "Banshee," Yaitanes gets to explore "the best of the wish fulfillment that people have of reinventing themselves or being able to disappear. In a way, all the characters are reinventing themselves."

Those characters include a thief who steals the identity of the sheriff in Banshee, Pa., his cat burglar ex-girlfriend, who has eked out a new life as a homemaker, and the villain, a man who becomes a criminal mastermind after he is ousted from his Amish community. Then there's the identity thief -- Job -- who keeps changing which gender he appears to be.

We talked with Yaitanes about how he made his show look expensive, how to describe Job, and the importance of counting olives.

The Wrap: The show looks expensive – starting with a sequence in New York in which a bus falls over and skids through an intersection. Can you talk about how you kept costs down?
Yaitanes: It's a way of thinking from working with startups. They're often one, two, three man operations when they first operate. Twitter was an example of that. You have to look at what is the simplest, most effective way to do this, to deliver to the consumer. We had a very specific box that "Banshee" could be made in, in terms of our budget.

The first thing that came to mind was what I call the "one olive." The one olive is a story that originates with American Airlines back in the '80s, when American Airlines took one olive out of their inflight meal -- and saved $40,000. It's all about challenging and making everybody their own producer and their own CEO and asking, 'What is that one thing I can take out that either saves money or makes us that more efficient over the course of 100 days?'

Maybe $1,000 isn't particularly exciting, but when you do it across a season, that's an official day of shooting. That's seven more minutes of content that we can get done that day.

We just looked for all these small ways that I feel put nearly an episode's worth of saving back into the show, so we could make our show more robust and make the action scenes that much bigger and get the actor that we really want.

These are things that the audience gets to enjoy.

What are some of the cost-saving measures?
We also tried to find our olives by using the apps and technology that's right in front of us, like Skype and Facetime and iChat so we don't have to fly everybody around? I think probably 75 percent of the crew including directors were hired through some form of video conferencing. You saw the pilot, with the bus crash. We scouted all of that via Google Streetview. We could find blocks and circle around and look up and down and did all the legwork until we absolutely had to go to New York. So we saved on those flights, those hotels, those per diems.

You've invested in so many social media sites. Is there something that want to say on the show about the changing nature of identity when we can all take on different personalities online? Your main character, Lucas Hood (Antony Starr) actually takes on another person's life.
Lucas does the most obvious adoption. A lot of people's secrets and new identities and new lives are happening before the series starts, which is why we've shot an entire online series with our cast.

One of those characters, Job, is constantly in flux – even in terms of whether he appears male or female. Is he transgendered?
He's straddling this line of androgyny. We specifically don't want to answer questions about Job's sexuality… he is a chameleon. He has something that he can tap into depending on his situation. By the time you get to the finale you won't believe where Job goes.


Meredith Vieira Exits 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire'


Meredith Vieira doesn't want to be a "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" host anymore.

Vieira has left the long-running game show, a spokeswoman for the show told on Friday.

Vieira has hosted the syndicated show since 2002. Regis Philbin hosted the first run of the show, which ran on ABC.

Fear not, though; you'll still see her asking contestants if they want to phone a friend for a while. The remainder of the season's shows, which will run through the end of May, have already been taped, with Vieira in the host's chair. And repeats will run through the fall of the show's next season.

Vieira's production company has not yet responded to TheWrap's request for comment.

The show is currently searching for a new host for the show -- so dust off those audition reels.


Josie Gibson: 'Big Brother threw me to the sharks'


Big Brother winner Josie Gibson has stated that she was "thrown to the sharks" after appearing on the reality show, receiving countless death threats and weight jibes online.

The Bristolian, who now boasts a 26-inch waist after a dramatic weight loss, said that taking part in the final Channel 4 series in 2010 "wasn't a positive thing".

"When I came out of the Big Brother house, it felt like I was being fed to the sharks," she told Ok. "It's only now that I'm enjoying it, now that I know myself.

"When I first got out, I got really badly taunted about my weight - I knew I would. I had death threats on Twitter.

"People think that just because you're in the public eye, you haven't got feelings. So it's just lovely to put two fingers up to them now."

Gibson added that her weight even prompted accusations that her relationship with Big Brother co-star John James Parton had been faked.

"When I look at me in Big Brother, I was so fat - but at the time, you don't realise," she said. "But when you enter the media, you realise how big you are. Also, I had a relationship in the house. No-one believed we were real, because I was so fat."

Gibson also confirmed that discovering fiancé Luke Sanwo's friends had been "taking the piss" out of her figure motivated her to get fit.

"When I saw [bikini photos of me] I was shocked, because I didn't actually realise that I'd got that fat," she said.

"I asked Luke: 'Do I really look that fat?' and he just sighed. It came out later on that [his mates] were all taking the piss out of him down in the plumbing shop about that picture of me."

Gibson also vowed last year to improve her health by ending drink and drug binges.


'Vampire Diaries' Spinoff Being Eyed by the CW


The CW is looking to take another bite out of the vampire genre with a spinoff of its hit series "The Vampire Diaries."

The potential spinoff, which will be tested with a backdoor pilot on the April 25 episode of "The Vampire Diaries," will center on vampire clan the Original family, with "Vampire Diaries" star Joseph Morgan (pictured) reprising his role as Klaus, an individual familiar with the project told TheWrap on Friday.

On the April episode, Klaus returns "to the supernatural melting pot that is the French Quarter of New Orleans -- a town he helped build centuries ago -- and is reunited with his diabolical former protégé Marcel."

"The Vampire Diaries" and "The Secret Circle" actress Phoebe Tonkin is also set to star in the potential spinoff, which is being eyed for next season and bears the working title "The Originals."

"The Vampire Diaries" executive producer/writer Julie Plec is shepherding the project, and is writing as well as executive-producing. "The Vampire Diaries" executive producer Leslie Morgenstein and "The Secret Circle" executive producer Gina Girolamo will also executive-produce.

Plec is working on the spinoff with Alloy Entertainment, in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios.


Ruth Wilson confirmed for 'Luther' return?


Ruth Wilson will apparently reprise her role of Alice Morgan in the third series of Luther.

A publicity shot from the hit BBC drama's third series appears to reveal that Wilson's glamorous killer will reappear in the new episodes.

Alice killed her parents in the first series of Luther and crossed paths with Idris Elba's title character, though the maverick cop was unable to prove her guilt.

Their twisted relationship appeared to come to an end in series two, when Luther broke his psychopathic ally out of a mental institute but refused to flee the country alongside her.

A video announcing the start of filming on the third, four-part series of Luther previously hinted at the character's return, claiming that "only Alice knows" if she will reappear in Luther's life.

Luther creator Neil Cross previously revealed that he is planning an Alice spinoff, claiming that the BBC is "very interested" in a miniseries featuring the character.

A Luther movie is also thought to be in the planning stages and would be shot after the third series has aired.


Mike Tyson to Punch up 'Law & Order: SVU' With Guest Appearance


Mike Tyson is stepping into the ring with "Law & Order: SVU."

The former boxing champ will guest-star on the NBC procedural drama next month, a spokeswoman for the network told TheWrap on Friday.

Tyson will play Reggie Rhodes, a murderer on death row who was victimized by a difficult childhood.

The episode is currently scheduled to air on Feb. 13, just in time for Valentine's Day.

Tyson has acted before, though he's primarily played himself, perhaps most notably in "The Hangover" series of movies. (He's also played onetime presidential candidate Herman Cain in a pair of short films.)

The role likely won't be particularly challenging for Tyson, as he's also spent time behind bars before, serving three years in prison for rape.


NBC Sports Network Will Sponsor Gun Show Despite Newtown School Shootings


The NBC Sports Network is staying on target with its sponsorship of a major gun show that will take place a little more than a month after the Newtown, Conn., school shootings that left dozens, most of them children, dead.

A spokesman for NBC Sports told TheWrap on Friday that the cable outlet NBC Sports Network will continue to sponsor the Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show and Conference, otherwise known as the SHOT Show. The show, a major convention for the firearms industry, will take place at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas from Jan. 15-18.

The Newtown school shootings took place on Dec. 14.

“We’ve participated in the SHOT Show for several years," the spokesman told TheWrap in a statement, adding that its sponsorship of the show is "part of our commitment to our outdoor programming block.”

The NBC Sports Network, which was known as Versus until a little more than a year ago and had previously been known as the Outdoor Life Network, carries hunting, fishing and other outdoor programming, such as "Gun It With Benny Spies," along with traditional sports programming, according to USA Today.

The SHOT Show, which is not open to the public, is not just a trade show but "a powerful display of industry unity and its resolve to meet any challenge affecting the right to make, sell and own firearms," according to the show's website.

The show is held by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) which, eerily enough, is based in Newtown.

The organization was in attendance Thursday at a White House meeting of Vice President Joe Biden's task force on firearms.

Since the Newtown school shootings, the topic of gun control has been very much at the forefront of national debate, with some groups calling for tighter restriction, and the National Rifle Association choosing to focus on media violence and mental illness as possible causes of gun-related violence.

Among those urging tighter restrictions is longtime NBC on-air personality Bob Costas, who called for stricter gun control during a December airing of "Sunday Night Football."

Speaking shortly after Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend before driving to the Chiefs' practice complex before taking his own life, Costas cited a column by Fox Sports' Jason Whitlock in his call for gun control.

"In the coming days, Jovan Belcher's actions and their possible connection to football will be analyzed. Who knows?" Costas said. "But here, wrote Jason Whitlock, is what I believe. If Jovan Belcher didn't possess a gun, he and Kasandra Perkins would both be alive today."


Celebrity Big Brother Sam Robertson: 'I was so bored in there'


Sam Robertson tonight (January 11) spoke to Brian Dowling following his eviction from Celebrity Big Brother, telling the host that he had been "so bored" in the house.

The former Coronation Street actor, who lost out to Ryan Moloney in the public vote, was the second to leave the series after Paula Hamilton.

Asked by Dowling how he felt about his exit, Sam said: "It's been fun but I've had enough."

He added that he was surprised at the crowd's boos as he departed, explaining: "I thought I'd been quite nice."

Quizzed on why he thought Ryan had been picked over him, Sam said the reason was "obvious", explaining that he was "bored most of the time", "not really enjoying it" and "couldn't wait to get out".

Dowling went on to ask why the actor had seemed so tired during his stay, with Sam responding: "It was so much more boring than I thought it would be."

When the evictee was later shown a video montage of Rylan Clark's seeming lust for him, he simply responded: "I love Rylan too."

He picked Lacey Banghard as the person he would like to win, and explained the lack of romance between them by saying that she was "so young and innocent" and that he didn't want to "corrupt" her.

The interview ended with the revelation of Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt's secret mission, with Sam calling the twist "brilliant" and adding: "This is so much more fun to watch than it is being in there."


'The Middle' Will Gladly Take Longetivity Over Awards


ABC's "The Middle" doesn't get the recognition, ratings or Emmy Awards that "Modern Family" does, but the cast and creators are fine with cruising under the radar if they can continue producing more episodes.

"I say slow and steady wins the race," series star Neil Flynn rationalized at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour.

Despite averaging a middling 2.8 rating  in the 18-49 demographic this season -- a feeble number compared to the 5.4 for "Modern Family" and the 6.4 for CBS's top-rated "Big Bang Theory"  -- "The Middle" has lasted 83 episodes over the course of four seasons. (The rating counts live viewing plus seven days of DVR viewing.)

"Before you know it, we'll have done 120 episodes," Flyn continued. "I'd much rather be underrated than overrated."

And although the show the has only been nominated for one Emmy -- in the Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) category -- executive producers Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline joke that they consider it an award every time critics label the show "underrated."

In fact, they revel in "kindly being called under-appreciated" so much that star Patricia Heaton jokes that they have developed a drinking game for every time the show receives the compliment.

"We're on fourth season with a show that people love and we're incredibly, incredibly grateful for that," Heaton concluded, in all seriousness. "Would it be nice to have more? Yeah, but it's fantastic and I certainly can't complain."


Britney Spears Joins CAA Amid 'X Factor' Exit Reports


Britney Spears is making some big changes these days.

The "Womanizer" singer is reportedly leaving "The X Factor" after a season on the show -- and now, as it turns out, Spears has switched talent agencies.

Spears has moved to Creative Artists Agency, a spokeswoman for CAA told TheWrap on Thursday. Spears had previously been with William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.

The change comes amid reports that Spears will exit Fox's talent competition "The X Factor."

TMZ reported late Wednesday that Spears, who was reportedly paid $15 million for the "X Factor" judging gig, decided not to return so that she can focus on her music. (Spears is currently working on her eighth studio album.)

Spears' former "X Factor" cohort, record executive Antonio "L.A." Reid, decided not to return to the series late last year, so that he can focus on his career as a music-industry big shot.

Fox had no comment for TheWrap on reports that Spears has decided to leave the show.

Spears joined "The X Factor" for its second season, after a major shakeup that saw the departure of judges Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger, as well as host Steve Jones.

Spears and singer Demi Lovato were brought aboard to replace Scherzinger and Abdul.

During a panel at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena on Tuesday. Fox's entertainment chief Kevin Reilly said that he expected Spears to return for another season of "The X Factor."


'The Bridge' gets Sky Atlantic British/French remake


Critically acclaimed Scandinavian crime drama The Bridge is being reworked by Sky Atlantic with an Anglo-French twist.

The new 10-part series is a co-production from Kudos Film and TV and Shine France Films and is being written by Ben Richards (Spooks, Outcasts, Party Animals).

Renamed The Tunnel, the drama will have the backdrop of Europe in crisis and will centre on the death of a French politician, whose body is found on the border between the UK and France.

Detectives Karl Roebuck and Elise Wassermann from their respective countries will form an uneasy partnership as they attempt to catch a serial killer, who wants to highlight the moral bankruptcy of modern society.

It will be a bilingual production - a broadcasting first in the UK and France.

Elaine Pyke, director at Sky Atlantic, said: "I'm delighted to announce The Tunnel as part of Sky Atlantic HD's burgeoning drama slate. Following Hit & Miss and Falcon, we are establishing Sky Atlantic as the home of great British drama as well as continuing to have the best of the US."

In the US, cable network FX is currently developing its own remake of The Bridge, which will star Demián Bichir, Diane Kruger and Annabeth Gish.


'Storage Wars' Porn Lawsuit: Alleged Brandi Passante Video Distributor Found in Contempt


"Storage Wars" star Brandi Passante has won a legal victory over the man accused of distributing a fake pornographic video of her on the Internet.

Or, at least, the alleged porn-monger has suffered a legal setback.

Federal judge James V. Selna of U.S. District Court in Central California found Hunter Moore, former operator of the website Is Anyone Up, in contempt of court on Tuesday. Selna ruled Moore failed to comply with a preliminary injunction ordering him to remove the images of Passante from the websites that he posted them to.

According to the order issued by Selna, if Moore has not "purged his contempt" (presumably, meaning "removed the images," but feel free to supply your own mental imagery) by the time he has received the order, he will be fined $50 for each day that he fails to comply with the injunction.

After that, the fine increases to $100 per day, and a warrant for his arrest will be issued if he fails to comply after 14 days.

As reported earlier by TheWrap, Passante sued Moore in October, claiming that he published photos and video purporting to depict Passante in pornographic situations. (Passante claims that the images are fake.)

The suit says that Passante first became aware of the images when she received a tweet reading, "Love the pics" from Is Anyone Up's Twitter account.

The complaint goes on to claim that Moore later posted the video to porn-friendly website Fleshbot.com, adding that when users clicked on the video, a virus immediately began to download onto their computers.

Since filing the suit, Passante has claimed to suffer further headaches due to Moore's efforts. In November, the "Storage Wars" buyer and her attorney Linda S. McAleer filed declarations that Moore had violated a temporary restraining order by targeting the pair in a digital harassment campaign.

According to the declarations, Moore published a number of obscene tweets with Passante's Twitter handle tagged, ensuring that she would see them.

In another instance, McAleer claimed, when she emailed a copy of the restraining order to Moore, he replied with a message asking "if brandi had missed this?" with a photo of himself naked from the waist down and in an aroused state.


Tom Daley mother defends son over 'Splash!': 'He's just having fun'


Tom Daley's mother has defended the Olympian after a British swimming boss condemned his decision to appear in celebrity diving show Splash!.

The 18-year-old came under fire from the organisation's chief executive David Sparkes, who told the media that Daley should have waited until after his competitive career to enter television and accused him of "putting the cart before the horse".

In an open letter starting "since the media is your preferred method of communication, I thought that I should do the same", Debbie Daley responded to Sparkes's comments by claiming that her son is just "having some fun" on Splash! and trying to "help our sport long term" after intense training both before and after the Olympics.

"As far as I'm aware, Tom was one of the few major success stories for British swimming this summer... and possibly one of the athletes that helped you retain your job," the letter read.

"Others say that your performance was the worst of any CEO in British sport. Surely you should be thanking Tom and showing your support and gratitude?

"Splash! is an appropriate show for Tom. Yes, it can improve following the first show. However, a lot of grandparents, mums, teenagers and kids loved it.

"As you did not watch the show, I can tell you that it is a diving show and it promotes a key sport that is under your leadership... So you are worried about Tom's performances? Well, I am worried about yours. A leader should motivate his team, not make them think: 'Why do I bother?'"

Pointing out that British swimming had been promoting Splash! on Twitter despite Sparkes's apparent disapproval of the show, she continued: "We also believed that it would help our sport long term - there is not a lot of diving or swimming for that matter on television, David. That is meant to be your job.

"Tom, though, is just giving some advice and encouragement - and having some fun. I am glad that he is doing Splash! even though I don't like to read negative reviews of the show. Those opinions, I can handle. Yours I would like you to manage given your role within the sport and the impact that it is having on my son."

Debbie added that the London 2012 medalist had been "offered opportunities left, right and centre" in the summer, but turned them down for training.

Referring to Daley's late father Robert, who died of brain cancer in May 2011, Debbie said: "He would be spitting mad if he had read your media attacks on [his son] over the past 12 months and would have given you a franker view than mine."

After the response was published, Daley wrote on Twitter: "My mum is AMAZING :D x."

Despite widespread critical panning, Splash! opened to a strong audience of 5.5m viewers on ITV1 last Saturday (January 5).


New Jimi Hendrix Music to Premiere on 'Hawaii Five-0'


"Hawaii Five-0" is about to undergo the Jimi Hendrix experience.

CBS's hit cop drama will feature previously unreleased music from the late guitar legend Hendrix on a special episode airing Sunday, Jan. 20, the network said Thursday.

The episode -- which revolves around Chin Ho Kelly (portrayed by Daniel Dae Kim) being kidnapped and dropped off in Halawa Prison dressed as an inmate -- will include seven tracks recorded by Hendrix, including "Bleeding Heart," "Mojo Man," "Hey Gypsy Boy," "Inside Out," "Crash Landing," "Hear My Train A Comin'" and "Somewhere." Following the airing, the tracks will be released on a new Hendrix album, "People, Hell and Angels," which goes on sale March 5.

Chances are, plenty of people will hear the new tracks on "Hawaii Five-0" -- the episode will air in a special timeslot, at 10 p.m. on a Sunday, following the AFC Championship Game on CBS, which is expected to draw a robust audience.

The episode will also feature a guest-starring spot featuring "Beverly Hills, 90210" alum Lindsay Price, who'll play a prison nurse.


Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Paul McGann for 'Doctor Who' audio special


Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann are to star together in a brand new Doctor Who audio drama.

Big Finish will celebrate Doctor Who's 50th anniversary in November with 'The Light at the End', a story that brings together the Fourth through Eighth Doctors to avert a universal crisis.

'The Light at the End' will also feature a gathering of popular Doctor Who companions, including Leela (Louise Jameson), Nyssa (Sarah Sutton), Peri (Nicola Bryant) and Ace (Sophie Aldred).

Geoffrey Beevers is to reprise his role of The Master from the 1981 Doctor Who serial 'The Keeper of Traken' as well.

Nicholas Briggs, writer of 'The Light at the End', said of the project: "[Big Finish] wanted to do a proper, fully-fledged multi-Doctor story for this very special occasion.

"It's wonderful that all the surviving Doctors threw themselves behind the project so enthusiastically. That's not to say the first three Doctors don't appear - we wanted to pay homage to the whole history of the classic series."

Preorders for the story can be placed now through Big Finish.

'The Light at the End' will be a rare collaboration between Tom Baker's Fourth Doctor and other incarnations of the Time Lord.

Baker previously appeared with them in 1993's Children in Need special 'Dimensions in Time', although his Doctor shared no scenes with the others.

It was announced earlier this week that Artemis Fowl author Eoin Colfer will pen a short story featuring William Hartnell's First Doctor for the 50th anniversary.

Little else is known about plans for Doctor Who's anniversary, other than showrunner Steven Moffat's promise that the series will "take over television" this year.


ABC's 'Zero Hour' Will Conclude Conspiracies After Each Season


Paul Scheuring, the executive producer of ABC's "Zero Hour," says the conspiracy driving the new ABC drama will "100 percent" wrap up at the end of its first season.

Premeiring Feb. 14, the show follows Anthony Edwards ("ER") as the publisher of a magazine that investigates conspiracy theories. But after his wife (Jacinda Barrett) is abducted from her antique clock shop, Edwards' character is pulled into one of the most compelling mysteries in human history. We don't know exactly what that mystery is yet, but it involves clocks and Nazis.

Despite the massive scale of the tale, which stretches across the globe and back in time several centuries, season one's storyline won't be stretched across future seasons -- a practice that Scheuring says leads to writers "flapping" their wings.

"One of the things I learned from 'Prison Break' and making a serialized show is that if you're a single conceived show, like 'Prison Break' or 'Lost,'" he said Thursday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. "Sooner or later you start flapping your wings because a story needs to end."

So instead of trying to "stretch, stretch, stretch, stretch" the narrative, Scheuring modeled the series like "24."

"It's like the '24' model where you reset every year," he continued. "This entire Nazi conspiracy thing will be done by episode 13 this year."

But just like Jack Bauer's addiction to danger in "24," the characters in "Zero Hour" will dive into another conspiracy if they're lucky enough to return for a second season.

"We have a group of investigators, headed by Anthony, at the magazine which can then apply those skills to the next investigation," Scheuring concluded.


TV Tonight 12th of January 2013


The daily list in alphabetical order, of all the new episodes airing.

48 Hours Mystery S26E12: "TBA"
AKB0048 S02E02: "Episode 2"
Austin City Limits S38E07: "Rodrigo y Gabriela"
Bakuman. S03E15: "Opening Page & Center"
Ben 10: Omniverse S01E17: "Bros in Space"
Big Brother's Bit on the Side S06E10: "Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side - 10"
Casualty S27E18: "Smoke and Mirrors"
Celebrity Big Brother S11E12: "Series 11 - Day 9 Highlights"
Celebrity Ghost Stories S04E24: "Patricia Velasquez, Susie Essman, Elya Baskin"
Cesar Millan's Leader of the Pack S01E03: "When Harry Met Cesar"
Click (UK) S14E02: "Series 14, Episode 2"
D.C. III ~Da Capo III~ S01E02: "A Warm Place"
Fairy Tail S04E14: "Kagura vs. Yukino"
Galapagos with David Attenborough S01E04: "Evolution"
Green Lantern: The Animated Series S01E17: "Blue Hope"
Ich bin ein Star - Holt mich hier raus! S07E02: "Folge 2"
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (2012) S01E14: "Season 1, Episode 14"
Little Busters! S01E14: "Season 1, Episode 14"
Marvin, Marvin S01E06: "Marvin and the Cool Kids"
Match of The Day S48E25: "Season 48, Show 25"
Mondai-Ji-tachi ga Isekai Kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? S01E01: "Episode 1"
Peter Andre: My Life S03E05: "Series 3, Episode 5"
Pit Boss S03E02: "Shorty's Master Plan"
Pit Bulls and Parolees S05E02: "TBA"
Pokémon S15E47: "Unrest at the Nursery!"
Putous S04E02: "Season 4, Episode 2"
Richard Hammond's Secret Service S01E02: "Episode 2"
Saturday Kitchen S11E28: "January 12, 2013"
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) S05E13: "Point of No Return"
Sterren dansen op het ijs S05E03: "Season 5, Episode 3"
Take Me Out (UK) S05E02: "Series 5, Episode 2"
Take Me Out: The Gossip S03E02: "Series 3, Episode 2"
The Bronson Pinchot Project S02E01: "Federal Sitting Room"
The Football League Show S04E21: "Series 4, Episode 21"
The Incredible Dr. Pol S02E09: "Gallop Pol"
The Jonathan Ross Show S04E02: "Jerry Hall, Jamie Foxx, Micky Flanagan"
Underemployed S01E12: "The Heart"
Victorious S04E10: "Brain Squeezers"
Wedding Band S01E09: "Personal Universe"
Young Justice S02E11: "Cornered"