There was more AnnaLynne McCord bikini time on the LA set of 90210 yesterday. It was the latest afternoon spent shooting for AnnaLynne, who's working on the series's upcoming season with costars like Shenae Grimes and Jessica Stroup. She seems to have ended her on-again, off-again relationship with Kellan Lutz, and she's taken up with a new guy 18 years her senior. AnnaLynne McCord and Dominic Purcell are dating after meeting on the set of their last movie, Officer Down. He spent time with her between scenes, and they were able to take a PDA-filled stroll. Forty-one-year-old Dominic, a Brit born in London, is best known for his work on Prison Break, and he'll be on the big screen again soon, starring opposite his countrymen Clive Owen and Jason Statham in Killer Elite.
Prison Break is a series that — to its credit — has probably managed to hang on far longer than its premise suggested it could. It seemed like a one season kind of show, two at best. Somehow, Prison Break has kept adding stories and twists, creating four seasons full of drama. But starting tonight, it really is approaching the end.
And everyone, from Fox executives to the series' creator, seems to think that's for the best: "The ideas that were tossed around in terms of what could be season five were pretty thin," executive producer Matt Olmstead said recently. There's a feeling among the cast and crew that the whole story was told — or at least will be by the time this final run is over.
Tonight starts with a repeat of Prison Break's most recent episode. Then a new one airs, the first of six total new hours (the series finale, scheduled for May 15, is two hours long). Two additional hours of Prison Break exist — they're actually a stand-alone movie, which may or may not ever air on Fox but will be released on DVD — but fans shouldn't worry: Olmstead said "everything gets wrapped up" in the May 15 episode, so the other two hours are more of a bonus than a necessity.
Will you be watching as Prison Break wraps up its run? To check out a promo, read more
Wow could this line up of Comic-Con attendees be any more fun? Talk about a manjoyment fest, yummy. Joshua Jackson missed the TCAs, but made it out to promote Fringe at the convention while J.J. Abrams also rewarded fans of his other show Lost with some of the stars, upcoming show tidbits, and Dharma Initiative-approved gifts. Even better, the lucky audience at the Heroes panel were treated not only to cast members including Milo and Hayden, but the first episode of the new season — check out what lucky Buzz had to say about that! Thankfully it looks like Justin Long was in better spirits while James Franco was cute as always. Buzz is down in San Diego for all the fun so don't miss any of her coverage here!
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How do they keep doing it? Prison Break is one of those shows that seemed to have a really solid premise for one season. Maybe two. Certainly not three — and four? Out of the question.
Except that this Fox drama just keeps dodging the bullet. This week, Fox announced that Prison Break is returning for a fourth season of 22 episodes, which will begin airing in the Fall. The series will relocate from Dallas to Los Angeles, where key storylines will be taking place.
The show only got to air 13 episodes this season because of the writers' strike, but they certainly weren't lacking in drama — much revolving around the departure of a major character. It isn't a very highly rated show (the 13 episodes averaged 8.2 million viewers) but the audience it has seems to be enough to keep Fox happy. A spinoff focusing on a women's prison is also still in the works, likely focusing on a character that will be introduced sometime in the fourth season.
Prison Break fans, is the show's return good news for you? Or do you think the series has already run its course?
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- After allegedly being involved in a brawl outside a Waffle House restaurant, Kid Rock was arrested, charged with battery, and released from an Atlanta jail on Sunday. First the VMAs, now this - Bob sure loves a good fight . — Fox News Atlanta
- 30 Days of Night was the big winner at the box office this weekend, while other new movies struggled to find their audiences. People must really be feeling the Halloween spirit! — BuzzSugar
- David Copperfield has indefinitely postponed a tour of Southeast Asia after last week's FBI raids and the investigation of the magician on rape charges. No amount of magic can get David out of this mess.— AP
- Prison Break star Dominic Purcell and his wife have announced their separation, but their rep claims the two will remain friends. Let's hope so for the sake of their four kids. — People
- Salma Hayek still plans on marrying her baby's father even though it has recently been revealed he had another child with supermodel Linda Evangelista a year ago. You do the math. — Page Six
Not only is Fox letting us see the "K-Ville" pilot early; they've also sent along a sneak peek of the new season of "Prison Break." The video covers the first 17 minutes of the show's third season, which premieres Sept. 17 at 8 p.m.
Once again, you have two ways to watch: either head over to Fox on Demand, or watch right here on Buzz. The preview will be online until Aug. 31. If you'd like to go with option two, you just have to read more