The week ahead: March 29-April 4 2010
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Monday, March 29
Tuesday, March 30
On TV, you get a new episode of V (Lexa Doig of Andromeda, The 4400, and Stargate appears) (Tivo link); as the series winds down, we get a new episode of Lost (Tivo link); a new to BBC America episode of Survivors is broadcast…yes, they are on season (series) 2 already (Tivo link)
Tuesday’s books include a new Dark Hunter novel from Sherrilyn Kenyon, Bad Moon Rising; an new edition of Conan the Magnificent by Robert Jordan; Escape from H*ll, by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle; He Walked Among Us by Norman Spinrad; and The Attack of the Frozen Woodchucks (for the Kindle) by Greg Call and Dan Elish (I don’t know anything about it, but I like the title). 🙂
Wednesday, March 31
On TV, you get a new episode of Human Target (guest-starring Moon Bloodgood of Journeyman and Day Break) (Tivo link); Ghost Hunters has a new ep called Touched By Evil, and Destination Truth goes after the Jersey Devil and the Yeren; you also get a new South Park and a new Ugly Americans.
Thursday, April 1
On TV, FlashForward and The Vampire Diaries have new eps. Fringe finally returns, and The Mentalist has a new episode.
Friday, April 2
On TV, General Zod appears in a new episode of Smallville (Tivo link). Batman teams up with the Big Red Cheese (Captain Marvel) on the Brave and the Bold. You get a new Ghost Whisperer, a new Medium, a new episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and the return of Stargate: Universe. There’s also Merlin, Spartacus, and Most Haunted! You’ll have a lot of DVR to watch…because, you know you may be going to the movies instead.
One of the most anticipated movies of the year opens: the remake of Clash of the Titans! Wait a minute! Seriously? The Ray Harryhausen movie with that mechanical owl? That can’t be right…checking…checking. Yow! 😉
If CotT is sold out, you could see Furry Vengeance, with Brendan Fraser and Brooke Shields…you could so!
Both Woodlands, Texas and Seattle, Washington have Anime cons this weekend…clearly, it’s some kind of giant-eyed red panda school girl conspiracy. (Sakura-Con in Seattle, Anime Matsuri in Woodlands). They start on Friday, run through Sunday.
Saturday, April 3
Sunday, April 4
On TV, the Discovery Channel has two new eps of Life (Birds and Creatures of the Deep).
Adding the Tivo links is new for me: let me know if you think it’s worthwhile.
This post originally appeared in The Measured Circle blog.