Weekly TV Wrap Up - July 9th, 2009

Upcoming Television Series

Today's Weekly TV Wrap Up covers information about ABC on Hulu, a new developing tidbit on Smallville, NCIS casting bits, CSI Miami does time travel and some Lie To Me & The Mentalist casting news.

We also have a trailer for season 2 of Sons Of Anarchy, a bit about David Tennant's next acting role and some information on 2 new shows coming at us, The Forgotten and Gravity.

There's also a bit of a change up to the Ratings table this week.  I apologize ahead of time.

ABC on Hulu

Now that Walt Disney has become an equity partner with, we are going to start to see ABC projects showing up on the online video site.

Grey's Anatomy was the first and will be followed by Desperate Housewives, Scrubs, Ugly Betty, I Survived a Japanese Game Show and Superstars.

I thought I didn't care about the first bunch, but that last one... WHY!?

Source: Variety

The "S" Symbol on Smallville

According to Ausielllo on, well... I'll just quote this one sentence:  "The iconic "S" symbol will be all over the show (Smallville) in season 9. Including on Clark's chest."

He also pointed out that there is no discussion at the CW at this time about a Smallville spin-off taking place.

Sorry gang.

Source:  EW


NCIS Needs A New Agent

News on the street is that the producers of NCIS are looking for an actor to play a male agent in his 30's.  The role has potential to be a recurring role.

I presume if the character/actor hit it off in their popularity scales, he'll become a recurring role.

Source: EW


CSI Miami Flash Back

"But why a flash back??"

Season 8 premiere of CSI Miami is going to take place in 1997.  It will be an origins type episode showing the early days of the team.

Rumor has it that the flash back narration will be done by a comatose Delko.  I'm guessing a dream state of such.

I'm betting the makeup and CGI people were working hard on this one!

Source: EW

Jon and Kate Plus 8
Jon Gosselin Removes Son From Behavioral Health Institute After Begging to Leave

More in TV News