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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

The Long and Short of It

How rude of me not to post the interview Ausiello had with Team Palladino about Gilmore Girls.

I for one, respect Amy for not being apologetic about how season 6 turned out to me. However, taking that with a grain of salt, she also had a responsibility to her public to deliver something with substance.

Anywhoo, I've posted the good, the bad and the ugly from Ausiello. Sounds like Everwood may make the CW cut!

Question: Please tell me you have good news about Everwood going to CW. — Shauna

Ausiello: Actually, I do have a bit of good news. In an e-mail exchange last week, exec producer Rina Mimoun told me that Greg Berlanti met with CW boss Dawn Ostroff last Tuesday and "pitched a whopper of a fifth season." But more important, Rina noted that Dawn was "overcome by the amount of letters/flowers/fudge and even necklaces she has received from Everwood fans! Once again, our fantastic fans could truly save us. So tell everyone to keep 'em coming!" You heard the pretty lady, get busy! Here's that address in case you lost it:

Dawn Ostroff
UPN
11800 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Question: Any hint as to who gets pregnant on One Tree Hill? — Mary

Ausiello: Yes, it's a woman.

(Okay, y'all know I hate OTH but I had to post this. His remark was hilarious!)

Question: Can you give us anything on the Rory-Logan cliff-hanger on Gilmore Girls? A hint? A clue? Just a little scoop, please? Not even a scoop, just a scooplet? — Grace

Ausiello: Despite what you may have heard, their "final" scene together — which is both sweet and sad, I'm told — does not take place in an airport. That doesn't mean he's not still going to London though. It only means they won't be saying good-bye in an airport. How's that for a major spoiler!

Oh, and if you haven't done so, visit E!Online's Save One Show (SOS) event. It could be your vote that can make or break a show you might miss coming fall.

3 comments:

DeAnn said...

I hope that's true about "Everwood." It has better ratings than "Veronica Mars," and I don't know how I would choose if someone held a gun to my head (because that's so likely to happen about which TV show to save, you know).

Katherine said...

Well, since GG is pretty much safe, even though ASP and DP are leaving us with a 'Wham! Bam! No thank you ma'am' kind of season finale, should the spoilers be believed, which they always are, I'm casting my vote, as always, to keep the Good Logan on television. Because I love him. And my heart is a little broken still. I really hope that they decide to Dallas there way out of the Kendall Logan thing, and find out that it was Veronica thinking about that in the elevator or having a nightmare after a night of passionate, fantastic lovin' with my favorite Logan.

Otherwise, RT is a rat bastard.

K

RUDY said...

The ending sure did give me a gut reaction, and I'm hoping that RT can climb Logan out of the whole thing. It's just killing me.