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 Friday at Comic Con:

5:00-6:00 Devils Due: Jericho Find out all the details about the triumphant return of CBS Television's fan favorite show Jericho! Join show star Lennie James, executive producers Dan ShotzKarim ZreikJon Steinberg, show writer Robert Levine, and Devil's Due Publishing president Josh Blaylock to hear all about the new comic continuation of the Jericho storyline, Jericho—Season Three: Civil War arriving this fall from Devil's Due Publishing! Room 7AB 

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Pamela Reed and James Remar

Pamela Reed and James Remar

While reading an article about the late David Carradine, I came upon a surprising discovery - both Pamela Reed, who portrayed Jake Green's mother, Gail; and James Remar, who portrayed Emily Sullivan's father, Jonas Prowse; appeared together in the 1980 Western, "THE LONG RIDERS". Collapse )

Possible Jericho movie?

 In the latest issue of TV Guide there is a little feature about some shows that could possibly be made into movies.  Here's what it says.

Status: in development
The producers of the post-apocalyptic drama are developing a feature script.  Executive producer Jon Turteltaub would like to pick up where the CBS show left off and move the action beyond the town of Jericho.  The entire cast is reportedly on board.
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Creative Junkyard Awards

To replace the Right Side vidding archive (which closed down a few months ago due to an overwhelming number of entries per day and an increasing number of inactive links resulting from Youtube's copyright attacks), we now have a competitive new award site.


Rounds take place 3 times a year

Standards are high so please submit your very best work

All films/TV series are welcome (fandom diversity is very much encouraged)

Any and all visual and thematic content is acceptable (sex, violence, etc.)

There are categories available for many different styles of and approaches to vidding

The first round is currently open. Clicking on the image above will take you there

Newsies - reading a paper

Episode 11 of Future Traditions: A Jericho Podcast is LIVE!

*points to title* Guess what, all you Jericho fans? Episode 11 of Future Traditions: A Jericho Podcast is available for your listening pleasure! Visit: for the new episode (and all of our past episodes, as well) :) In this episode, we talk about recent news, as well as discuss the seventh episode of Jericho Season One - "Long Live the Mayor."

epix - is interested in Jericho

epix, is a new cable network that will be launching in the fall of 2009.

Per e-mail reply to Artzylady, they are interested in exploring Jericho as a possible series.

You can read the e-mail on this thread:

We need to show epix that we are interested in them bringing back Jericho.

Contact info:

Mr. Mark Greenberg
President and CEO
epix, a Viacom company
1515 Broadway
New York, NY   10036  - website

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Join the Facebook page, write and e-mail as often as you can. epix is our best hope of getting Jericho on TV again!

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Jericho on the CW

I know it's been quiet around here, but someone sent me this article on Digg and I figured I'd share it here. Wish they'd done this a year ago!

EXCLUSIVE: CW Dumps MRC Sunday Nights
By Ben Grossman and Michael Malone -- Broadcasting & Cable,11/20/2008

Looking to pump up its disappointing Sundays in an otherwise surprisingly-solid fall, effective November 30 the CW has decided to dump the entire Sunday night lineup that was farmed out to Media Rights Capital.
In its place in primetime, the network will air repeats of the cancelled CBS fan-favorite Jericho at 7 p.m., followed by a movie from a package purchased from MGM.
The network will also air Everybody Hates Chris and The Game from 5-6 p.m. and repeats of The Drew Carey Show from 6-7 p.m.
Network insiders expect this schedule to stay in place through the end of the season while the network begins to explore Sunday night alternatives.
Thus brings to an end the deal signed prior to this season that put on shows such as 4Real, In Harm’s Way, Valentine and Easy Money. Network execs made the deal so they could focus on breathing life into other nights on the network, and still have some guaranteed revenues Sundays. But the Sunday lineup tanked so badly that one CW insider said, “Compared to this, our Sundays last season now look like Must-See TV.”
The shake-up was outlined Thursday in a letter to CW affiliates from network Chief Operating Officer John Maatta.
“As you know, to focus our efforts on the earlier part of the week, we entered into a time buy agreement with an outside supplier to program Sunday night,” he wrote. “While this move has clearly paid dividends for the overall schedule, the results on Sunday night have been below expectations. The MRC shows are simply not working. To that end, we have made a business and programming decision to protect our network and your local interests on Sunday for the remainder of the season.”
While many industry insiders called this season make-or-break for the network, it got off to a solid start when franchise player Gossip Girl and its rookie remake 90210 opened well early and then stabilized.
While clearly with a lot of work still to do to prove itself viable in the long run, and getting no help from an economy that looks primed to go from bad to worse, the CW has been one of the few relatively bright spots in a mostly-dour season for the broadcast networks.
It can trumpet 150% growth in its target demo of females 18-34 on Mondays and 41% on Tuesdays. Taking Fridays out of the equation (the network now runs Everybody Hates Chris, The Game and repeats of America’s Next Top Model after airing WWE wrestling last year), the net is also up 8% over last year in the adult 18-49 demo.
But now with Sunday nights back under its own umbrella, Maatta goes on to tell affiliates in the letter the network “will continue to work diligently and find success via the best means possible and move quickly to shore up troubled timeslots. We will continue to invest in new programming that will evolve into valued primetime assets for you, our affiliates, and our parent companies, CBS and Warner Bros.”

Also, the Jericho board on CBS was disabled earlier this week, in case you ever go there on occasion.

Chat with Shoshannah Stern - Wed Oct 22

Due to the efforts of Mainemom22, RFJ is pleased to announce our very first special visitor to our live chat page. Shoshannah Stern will be joining us this coming Wednesday, October 22 at 10pm Eastern/7 pm Pacific!!!

Best known for her role as Jericho's Bonnie Richmond, Ms. Stern will be here to share her unique insight into the Jericho "universe" and the part she played in bringing it all to life for us every week.

But wait! There's more!!!

TUESDAY night (October 21st) the featured episode in the Great Jericho Re-Watch viewing and chat will be S2E4 "Oversight"...yeah, that's right, the "Bonnie" one!

Join us Tuesday night for one of the best episodes of the entire series (so far) and again the very next night to speak with the person who made it one of the best!

The Great Jericho Re-Watch, Tuesday nights 10pmE/7pmP

RFJ Welcomes Shoshannah Stern Wed. Oct 22nd 10pE/7pmP

You will need to register for the chat - to do this you need to have pop-ups disabled. Be sure to register early so if you have any problems I can help you. Just send me a PM on RFJ if you need help smile.gif

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