SteveDeKnight

Discussion in 'Misc. TV Series' started by avidreader, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. triplet KryptonSite Reviewer

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    Him working on the new Terminator franchise might have been more interesting and more up his genre alley, as would even the vampire detective thing, whatever the hell that was, but Hugh Jackman upstaging his own employees in a musical based in a Casino????

    :eek:

    That's not good. Not good at all.

    I'd be surprised if an expensive show like that lasted a month if it doesn't get good ratings.

    *sigh*

    Oh, well... I guess we'll see.
     
  2. AgentPat Squeaky wheel

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    Totally agree!

    MOONLIGHT (CBS Fridays, 9pm ET)
    In this new twist on the traditional vampire type of story telling, an “undead” private investigator named Mick (Alex O’Loughlin) uses his acute vampire senses to help the living instead of feeding on them. With only a handful of undead confidantes for company, Mick fills his days by trying to protect the living. Moonlight is created by movie producer Joel Silver (The Matrix).​


    I'm still stunned.

    Did DeKnight write the puppet episode on Buffy? LOL (Might explain some things.)

    I'm trying to figure out which group they're going after. Comedy? Musical? Bollywood aficionados? Gamblers? Jackman fans? LOL

    Seriously though, what on Earth interests DeKnight in that genre? Not that it's "bad" mind you. It just doesn't seem like anything he'd be interested in doing based on what he's done in his career so far.
     
  3. Serene Registered

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    Oh my. I do love Jackman, and if he was a regular I'd definitely be tuning in. But from the write-up, it sounds like his appearances will be sporadic at best.

    You know, this project just seems like something DeKnight would be interested in though. I"m not exactly sure why I think that - maybe it's the quirky uniqueness of it, or maybe I'm just remembering the Buffy musical episode - but it does seem to fit him.

    Two words - Cop Rock. :dry:

    (C'mon.. I know someone else remembers that fiasco.) :)
     
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    The Terminator Franchise has a huge built in audience. All FOX has to do is advertise that show right. But its FOX & their track record sucks
     
  5. mellyM Registered

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    Maybe CBS offered him a steady job as a staff writer, he did say he was looking for that when he left Smallville
     
  6. AgentPat Squeaky wheel

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    Triplet was referring to Viva Laughlin, not the new Terminator series. The latter should do quite well.

    Hey, I bet that's it! :up:
     
  7. avidreader Registered

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    That's exactly what he said his contract is. He has a contract with the network so if the show he is working on fails, he just moves on to another project within the network.
     
  8. triplet KryptonSite Reviewer

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    LOL!

    That's good because I'm not sure I have a good feeling about this one lasting even a full season, despite the fact that Hugh Jackman will be occassionally guest starring...
     
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    Well I think that's what was the driving edge for him to leave Smallville, this was really a big step in his career and too good of an opportunity to pass up.

    But yeah, Hugh Jackman in that show sounds like the only good thing. I saw Hugh Jackman on stage in Sunset Boulevard, and he is really, really good at the whole song and dance thing.
     
  10. The Caped Knight Shield Avenger

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    Ah Ha Thank you Deknight for coming straight out and say what I've been saying from since Season 4 (Lois arrival)


    Again, DeKnight hit it dead on target . If this isn't enough proof that Erica Durance's version is the same version that by the end of the series will in fact beyond a shadow of any doubt become the iconic and future beloved wife of SUPERMAN/Clark Kent. The Top Ace Reporter of The Daily Planet Lois Joanne Lane-Kent. Then nothing will . Because DeKnight has pretty much riped apart the Chlois theory beyond repair .

    The points he made about the many difference between the way Lois & Chloe handle professional journalism is a huge nail in the confin.
     

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