If you enjoy NBC's Chuck, you may get to celebrate soon. Several reports have come out that it is likely Chuck will be picked up for a fourth season. You can check out my article in Sci Fi Wire, "'Multiple sources' say Chuck to keep on spying."
While Chuck's future looks bright, the same can't be said for 24's Jack Bauer. Showrunner and executive producer Howard Gordon promises that while Bauer won't die, he won't have a happy ending when the series finishes its run this season. Here's a link to my interview with Gordon in the Wire.
In other journalism news, I'm working on seeing if I can set up an interview with Kenton Duty. Who is Kenton Duty you ask? He's the mysterious blonde kid from Lost who keeps appearing to the Man In Black/Flocke/Locke-ness Monster. We'll learn all about the character (could he be Jacob?) in tonight's episode of Lost.
Beyond that I'm hope to put up a short interview soon with Denis O'Hare, who plays the Vampire King of Mississippi in True Blood this summer. He was a delightful interview and I have an article on him coming up in the August issue of Sci Fi Magazine (which has a pretty hot True Blood cover).
Then there's Lost's Questions and Answers and a "V Vs. FlashForward Smackdown: Which should ABC save?" for the Wire.
Oh, and I have a conference call on Thursday with Joss Whedon of Buffy the Vampire Slayer fame, who is directing an episode of Glee. While my Wire editor says he's only interested if Whedon mentions sci-fi in some way or another (because "we don't do Glee"), I may post the interview here if he's not. Neil Patrick Harris is in the episode, who starred in Whedon's Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. If nothing else Whedon is always an entertaining interview.
Glad it's a light week.