Wednesday, 19 January 2011

No More Flashbacks ? 6

According to this article on the entertainment news website Digital Spy, Blair Underwood is quoted as saying that flashbacks are not going to be part of The Event when it returns as the audience was getting confused.

The article also mentions the dreaded "Revamp" word which is usually a sign that someone is not 100% confident of the show.

Anyway flashbacks or not we hope to see you back here to discuss the new episodes when they arrive.

Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Alaskan Senators 5

The TrusthSeeker 5314 blog has a new update for us.

The TruthSeeker reports that Senator Lewis of Alaska has died and that his wife, Catherine, will be taking over temporarily. He also suggests that senator Lewis may have been party to the cover up of the true nature of the Inostranka facility.

It also so happens that the actress that plays the seantor's wife is Virginia Madsen who has recently been announced as a new cast member for The Event. You can find out more about Virgina at her official website or follow her on Twitter @madlyv

Thanks to SG_Tess for letting us know about the new TruthSeeker information.

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Waiting For The Event 2

While we wait for new episodes to start with a catchup on February 28 (9-11 p.m. ET) and resumes in its (9-10 p.m. ET) timeslot on March 7 on NBC, there are a few new snippets emerging.

These pictures were taken from the website and interestingly all show the characters as reflections. Perhaps this is a clue that we need to look at the characters from a different point of view ?

Anyway there are lots of other things to see around the web, especially on the official NBC sites. This snippet from the blog of The Event's creator Nick Wauters is a tribute to how the show is being received. Click here to see the rest of the article which includes some photo's from the next two episodes.

"What a year 2010 has been! Personally, I was lucky enough to get a pilot made and picked up to series -- and then to have everyone at NBC believe in it so much. Then to have it become a hit show with such a fantastic and devoted fan base. I can't tell you how amazing it's been. And yes, surreal -- the word I I've been overusing and will actually use to qualify 2010. Thanks again to everyone at NBC, to our incredibly talented cast and crew, and especially to you, the fans. Thank you for your devotion! We do this for you. Over 200 people put countless hours of hard work this past year, working day in and day out to produce this show for you and to keep you entertained."

Other goodies include deleted scenes and behind the scenes videos, Click here to view them however I'm afraid some of the clips are not available in all countries.