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Brandi's book has only just been released, but she's already got big plans for it. The 40-year-old star says the tell-all book is potentially being considered for the big -- or small -- screen.
"Just had a talk about turning my book into a movie!" she tweeted. "Maybe we should pitch it to Lifetime. An unromantic comedy!"
The "Lifetime" comment is pretty obviously a reference to her ex-husband Eddie starting an affair with his Northern Lights costar LeAnn Rimes while they were filming the Lifetime Original Movie.
We actually think Drinking & Tweeting would be perfect for Lifetime. It's got ridiculous drama and funny caricatures of real people. So now the movie just needs to be cast.
Brandi calls it as she sees it and it’s rarely nice. In the book, she calls LeAnn “washed up.” At other times, she’s “Eddie’s future ex,”“what’s-her-face” and “fucking ruthless.”
At one point, though, she almost sounds like she feels sorry for LeAnn Rimes. . . almost.
"When LeAnn set her sights on Eddie, she was relentless about getting him, and the damage her decision would cause never seemed to register," wrote Glanville. "She won. I'll give her that. But she also won a marriage full of doubt, insecurities and a perpetual voice in her head saying, 'Is he telling the truth?' For that, I pity her."
Teri Hatcher as Brandi Glanville
Teri Hatcher knows a thing or two about being a Desperate Housewife on television. Since the ABC drama ended its run in 2012, Hatcher has had a bit of a dry spell in her career. What better way to give it a jump-start than by starring as Glanville, who would have been the quintessential Wisteria Lane neighbor?
Lindsay Lohan as LeAnn Rimes
Second time's the charm, right? Though Lindsay Lohan failed to impress in Lifetime's Liz & Dick, we figure Drinking & Tweeting is the perfect next role for the actress, who excels at both drinking and tweeting. If she thought she could relate to Elizabeth Taylor, just wait until she hears Rimes' sob story. If you're concerned about her being too young, well, Lohan looks way older than her 26 years.
Rob Lowe as Eddie Cibrian
If anyone could make this movie enjoyable, it's Rob Lowe. He's already charmed us in Lifetime's Drew Peterson: Untouchable and Prosecuting Casey Anthony, so why not venture into this infamous scandal as well? After all, he sort of does look like Cibrian.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to notice that our girl NeNe Leakes has been woefully absent from Season 5 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and even though the cast is headed out to L.A. for a set visit with her on next week’s episode, viewers are still annoyed by the lack of Leakes.
One such viewer even tweeted Bravo exec Andy Cohen, noting the need for more NeNe, and he responded, “@princessglammy @NeNeLeakes the Glam-ma was shooting two shows while we were doing RHOA - we are showing all we have of her!”
While that may not be the most satisfying answer, Mr. Cohen speaks the truth. During the filming of Season 5, NeNe was hard at work on The New Normal, and we’re still not sure we’ve seen the last of her on Glee, either.
So, like it or not, our girl was busy making things happen in Hollywood.
Yolanda is always on the go. As the star of Bravo's The Real Housewives, she invites cameras into the sprawling Malibu, Calif., mansion she shares with music producer husband David Foster and her three children on a weekly basis, and tells Us Weekly she takes great pride in giving viewers a glimpse of her hectic yet impeccably kept household.
"My days are crazy, like most moms in the world. My days are full every day, but I think that's what makes us women so powerful: A guy could never [balance] that! We're just able to juggle it all [as moms]," Foster tells Us.
"I'm not a great cook, but I'm also not afraid to make mistakes," says the reality star, who famously baked four chocolate soufflés for a picnic lunch with her husband -- in case two didn't turn out to her liking.
While her innate organizational skills impress her friends -- the busy mom tells Us she doesn't just maintain her space to entertain others. "I was born organized. There's just something in my brain ... I have a huge need to be organized," she says.
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The last time the group One Million Moms got upset about a commercial promoting bestiality was seven months ago. The offensive ad that time was a Skittles commercial that began and ended with a girl making out with a CGI walrus. Just in case you didn't get that, a real live human girl was making out with a real live computer-generated walrus, and One Million Moms (an organization which is, by their own admission, only thousands of moms) publicly wailed and gnashed their teeth over the promotion of bestiality.
Now new charges of unsavory love of animals have been leveled at a Geico commercial featuring repeat character Maxwell the Pig. Maxwell's a CGI swine who's been placed in various situations for more than a year, promoting car insurance giant Geico and its app that allows Maxwell to get speedy service 24 hours a day. In the latest spot, he's on a date and when his car breaks down in a secluded area, and his date isn't in such a hurry for the tow truck to arrive. From where we sit, the way it plays out, though, is totally harmless; most kids wouldn't even get the suggestion, and any kid ought to know that girls just don't get down like that with digital pigs.
One Million Moms has its eye on Geico, though, saying, "A bridesmaid was flirting with the gecko in a different commercial, so this is just becoming a norm for GEICO it seems." If you think you can stand the filth, the commercial at issue is below.
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On Sunday night, the stars came out in droves to hit up all the Oscars after-parties and to show off their fancy dresses. We were pleasantly surprised to see Britney Spears (newly brunette!) in the bunch, looking the best she’s looked in years.
WWD caught up with the singer at Elton John’s party, where she apparently said to the trade about her dress, “It’s Versace.” Which would be all well and good, except that, well… it wasn’t.
Spears’s publicist later clarified that the dress was, in fact, Michael Cinco Couture. (Michael Cinco is a Filipino-born, Dubai-based designer primarily known for his gowns–oh, and he was also on America’s Next Top Model. Check out his work here.)
We’re going to give Spears the benefit of the doubt here. After all, a lot of stars made wardrobe changes on Sunday. Maybe she was originally going to wear Versace, but then heard that Halle Berry was wearing it, and decided on something more off-the-beaten path. Either way, you looked good, Brit. Keep it up.
Ron Livingston has joined the cast of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire as a new series regular for the period drama’s upcoming fourth season. He will play Roy Phillips, a wealthy out-of-town businessman who catches the eye of Gillian Darmody (Gretchen Mol) [oh lawd]. Season 4 is currently in production and will debut later this year. This marks Livingston’s return to HBO where he co-starred on the Emmy-winning Sex And The City, Band Of Brothers and, most recently, Game Change.
ASDFGHJKL;!!!! OH DEAR GOD PLEASE DO A HOMELAND CROSSOVER AND REUNITE THE BoB BROS
Can't believe this will be J.R.'s last episode. :( I wanted to do a TNT post and post Monday Mornings too, but I can't seem to find a promo for that. What does everyone think of these shows? (I kinda wanted to start a discussion, lol, since I haven't seen either of these posted much here)
Lol at the ending.
Nicki Minaj sure loves the skin she’s in. The curvaceous rap queen shows off her assets in a behind-the-scenes video for ‘Freaks,’ her collaboration with French Montana.
Glittering with gold pasties on her breasts, Minaj films her scene for Montana’s Eif Rivera-directed video in a tight hallway lined with men. She raps her verses for the camera, leaning against the wall and flaunting her derriere in the process.
Between shots, the Bronx, N.Y., rapper and the Young Money emcee discuss just how she’ll strut her stuff in the hallway. All the while, it’s apparent Montana is mesmerized by the flashy stars covering Minaj’s chest.
‘Freaks’ appears on French Montana’s debut LP, ‘Excuse My French,’ due May 21.
After conquering the rap game, it looks as if Nicki Minaj wants to take over Hollywood. The Young Money star is making moves toward the big screen but hasn’t found the “right” film project.
“I would love to act, it just has to be the right project, the right movie,” she tells the New York Post at an Oscar party she was attending. “Nothing stereotypical about a singer. I have an agent, and we are looking at a couple of scripts, so we’ll see.”
So far, only Minaj’s voice has made it to celluloid. The ‘Freedom’ rapper played Steffi the Mammoth in the 2012 animated flick, ‘Ice Age 4: Continental Drift.’ Fellow Young Money superstar Drake also appeared in the movie as well.
Acting wouldn’t be too far of a stretch for Minaj. She is a proud graduate of New York’s LaGuardia High School and participated in the school’s drama program.
We wish Minaj the best of luck in her future acting endeavors.
Meanwhile, you can see Minaj getting freaky in French Montana‘s new video for ‘Freaks.’ In the behind-the-scenes video, the Queen Barb wears gold pasties on her breasts and grinds it for the camera. The video should hit the Internet in a few days.
Do you think Nicki Minaj has the “right” stuff to become a big-time Hollywood actress? Tell us in the comments below.
Back to that blonde wig, I see.
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Since Dan didn't carry a limping Kristen Stewart across the stage, he continued his Oscar awesomeness by practically carrying a very inebriated friend up to her hotel room after too much fun of the After Parties. "Daniel Radcliffe practically carried a blond female friend (who looked ready to vomit) up to her room." What can he say, that Fleur Delacour likes her firewhiskey.
Behind the scenes and rehearsing for the Oscars, after party pics, video.
Plus, Bad Teeth continues on with DanRad and Danny Dyer "I have Danny Dyer on my f*cking phone!"
If you missed Episode 1:
Dan interviewed at the Governor's Ball praising Queen Shirley Bassey and fan-boying over Daniel Day Lewis.
“I felt so bad [for Kristen]. I just wanted to pick her up, put her in my arms and carry her onto the stage. Or maybe not: I probably would have dropped her and opened her wound again! I felt like [meeting her] was a long time coming. I feel like we’ve been meant to meet. This was the perfect way. And you know what? She is so nice—really, really nice.”—Daniel Radcliffe on Kristen
Amandla Stenberg, who played Rue in the blockbuster film, has joined the cast of the pilot from Owen Ellickson and Greg Daniels.
Hunger Games standout Amandla Stenberg, who played Rue, will co-star in NBC's half-hour single-camera comedy starring Craig Robinson, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
From executive producers Owen Ellickson and Greg Daniels, the untitled comedy pilot centers on Craig (Robinson), a talented musician who adjusts to his new life as a middle school music teacher, where he maneuvers precocious kids, teacher politics and the temptation of single moms.
Stenberg will play Irene, a spunky, fearless and smart eighth grader who is desperate to learn to sing despite her terribly off-key voice and Craig's reluctance to teach her. Amanda Lund and Larenz Tate co-star.
Executive producers are Ellickson -- who also will write -- Daniels, Howard Klein, Tracy Katsky-Boomer and Mark Schulman. Robinson will produce, while Steve Pink is set to direct.
Repped by WME and Schiff Co., Stenberg will also be voicing a character in Rio 2.
This possibly won’t mean as much as a message as it does over here, given that The Simpsons is made in America, for the American Fox network, to be shown on the Fox network, in America, and therefore there’s no real competition over which channel it truly belongs to.
However, over in the UK, the story is a little fiddlier. The latest episodes have appeared on Sky One (which is, like Fox, a part of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation), but the older ones are also syndicated, every weekday evening at 6pm, to Channel 4, having moved from a previous slot on BBCTwo.
So, in a bid to remind UK Simpsons fans exactly where the show belongs, they’ve made this, a recreation of the show’s opening credits, using real people, and some very old cars.
Beyoncé’s world tour tickets are currently being scalped for as much as $800. But there's a chance some fans will be able to barter for their tickets when the Mrs. Carter tour comes to New York in the summer.
Michael "Blue" Williams, manager for artists like Outkast and CeeLo, has proposed a gun control initiative called “Guns for Greatness.” Instead of receiving cash, anyone who turned in guns to their police station would receive free mentoring and tickets to Beyoncé’s tour, which kicks off at Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center in August.
“The Beyoncé show is coming to Brooklyn; the Jay-Z show is coming to Yankee Stadium. Our goal is to reach out to individuals who are in my industry, in my world and who I have an association with and get their support,” Williams, 43, told the Daily News. ““I think we should all work together to help get guns off the streets.”
Though there’s been no official word from Beyonce as of yet, fans on Twitter expressed their support for the idea, with conditions.
Why Beyoncé? Obviously, tickets to the Mrs. Carter tour are sure to be a hot-commodity. But she’s also an advocate for gun control. After the Sandy Hook shootings, she appeared Mayor Bloomberg’s “demand a plan” campaign to ask Congress for tighter restrictions on assault weapons.
If Williams gets the go-ahead from New York's PoLICE Commissioner, he plans to launch the program on March 23. He said he would also pursue ticket donations from Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake for their joint tour that kicks off at Yankee Stadium in July. So far, Williams has raised $75,000 for the project.
Williams was moved to get involved with gun control after his business partner Christ Lightly, co-founder of Violator records, committed suicide by shooting himself last summer. ““It was just sort of like a pushing point,” Williams told the Daily News. “It eventually convinced me that one person can make a difference if they believe in something.”
And just to remind peeps: a third date has been added to the Barclays.
When the 9-year-old rapper Lil Poopy refers to himself as a "Coke Boy" on an official remix of French Montana's hit "Pop That," you might think the young MC is alluding to his favorite fizzy beverage.
Alas, the rap-scene double-entendre is intentional -- and the child MC's tawdry music videos have landed his father in hot water with Massachusetts authorities, according to the Enterprise News in Brockton.
Lil Poopy, born Luie Rivera Jr., was given his rap nom de guerre as a reference to the fact that he was an infant just a few years ago. But don't let the boyish grin deceive you. Poopy's videos can compete with anything by Rick Ross or Lil Wayne for glorifying the trap-star life.
In his clips, Poopy is seen spanking video vixens, riding in Ferraris and boasting of his (fictional, we hopefully assume) prowess in the drug trade and exploits with ladies.
This all might have been passed off as a cheeky home movie prank, but Poopy has become something of an actual Internet star after being championed by French Montana, sharing a stage with P. Diddy and performing with his own Coke Boys posse.
His all-too-savvy knowledge of rap excesses has led local authorities to lodge a complaint against his father, Luis Rivera, alleging child abuse or neglect, according to the Brockton paper.
"It’s a bit much for a 9-year-old. It warrants the attention of the Department of Children and Families,” police Lt. David Dickinson said Sunday afternoon, according to the Enterprise News.
Rivera's attorney, however, told Time magazine that the investigation was race-based (Rivera Jr. is of Puerto Rican descent) and rooted in the public's misunderstanding of rap culture.
"This is just what I would call a racially tinged investigation because whoever watched it probably doesn’t understand rap,” Krowski said of his client’s videos. "This isn’t some child left alone that’s not going to school. It all comes down to content in the videos, which is protected by the First Amendment.”
Rivera also told the Boston Herald that Poopy's exploits were harmless fun and that they were not coming at the expense of his schoolwork. "He goes to school every day. He knows no school, no rappin'. His teachers love him. He's a really smart kid."
This is the society we live in: one where we call a 9 year old actress a c**t and a 9 year old boy is pushed to promote sex and drugs for a career. :\
Oh my god, the dialog in the show-within-the-show this week was painful.
Jasmine is still really pressed about the Catfish reunion and starting shit with Mhissy on twitter
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Source is Mhissy's twitter
Flip through your Facebook or Twitter feed over the past 24 hours, and you’re likely inundated with Jennifer Lawrence love. The current ‘It’ girl is certainly having a moment this awards season, on top of an already incredible 2012. When she won her Best Actress Oscar Sunday night, if felt — like many Oscar fans predicted – that the Academy was crowning the next big movie star. But the interesting thing about JLaw is that she presents herself to be so different from the Hollywood golden girl of a decade or so ago. Julia Roberts in the ‘90s and Reese Witherspoon in the early ’00s certainly had their fans, but Lawrence’s charm is helping propel her to a new kind of celebrity. She’s rewriting the rules for how we view our superstars, perfectly adjusting to 2013’s demands.
She combines Everywoman likability (the big Oscar stumble!) with Hollywood glamour (the big recovery!), and, of course, Oscar-approved raw talent. All together, she’s gearing up to be a once-in-a-generation star, and she’s doing it by rewriting the starlet rulebook. Her goofy personality is transcending the typical stories that get written about young ingénues. Don’t believe me? Check out a becoming-a-superstar checklist that acts as a complete rundown for how Jennifer Lawrence has become the perfect 2013 celebrity.
1.) She constantly gives fans Gif-able moments.
Lawrence, meet the Internet. It’s a cruel world out there, but the one thing that can bring anonymous readers together is memes and Gifs. And Lawrence, with her overly-expressive face and great reaction shots, always, always delivers.
Evidence: That time Jack Nicholson surprised her mid-interview and she completely freaked out.
2.) She’s a press darling.
We see more of our stars than ever, with YouTube allowing us to replay quick television interviews from Berlin or paparazzi cameras capturing a down moment. But Lawrence consistently nailed it by not only during never-ending franchise promotion for Hunger Games but also awards season. Result? Her likability factor goes through the roof.
Evidence: This after-the-Oscars Q&A, where she casually cops to taking a shot prior to talking.
3.) She’s relatable.
Entirely fair or not, our favorite Hollywood stars are women we can imagine being the girl next door (see also: The enduring appeal of Jennifer Aniston). Whether she’s embarrassing herself while stalking John Stamos or falling up the stairs at the Oscars, she always allows fans to think, “If we ever met, we’d totally be best friends.” Those moments then get constantly reblogged on Tumblr and other sites, allowing the world to collectively fangirl together.
Evidence: Just check out her joke-y trash talk about Emma Stone on the red carpet.
4.) She’s hyper aware she’s an actress in the public eye.
It can be tough being a Hollywood ingénue. Care too much, and it’s all Hathaway Hate. Care too little, and people roll their eyes as you shuffle down another carpet (*cough* Kristen Stewart). Lawrence has managed to strike a balance where she appears grateful for the support and opportunities, but also aware that some parts of her job are rather silly. Especially in 2013′s media landscape, where everyone is all-too-ready to write a hasty opinion, this mindset is more important than ever.
Evidence: She told EW a few months ago, “I’m so aware of all the b.s. that surrounds Hollywood, and how everyone gets on this high horse and thinks that they’re curing cancer and it makes me so uncomfortable every time I see it. So I go in the exact opposite direction and end up saying something like ‘I’m pregnant!’ when I’m in two franchises.”
Oscar Pistorius planning his own ceremony to honor the memory of Reeva Steenkamp
Already, the Oscar Pistorius trial is shaping up to be one of the most fascinating and highly publicized ones in recent memory. Now comes word that Pistorius is planning to hold his own ceremony to honor his late girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Pistorius shot Steenkamp on Valentine's Day, but the motivation for the shooting and Pistorius' responsibility remain the focus of the impending trial for premeditated murder.
Pistorius has been released from prison on 1 million rand ($113,000) bail, and has said he wants a private memorial service to be held at the home of one of his family members.
"Oscar has asked for a private service with people who share his loss, including family members who knew and loved Reeva as one of their own," Vuma Reputation Management, which Pistorius has contracted, said in a statement, adding, "he remains in deep mourning for the loss of his partner Reeva."
Steenkamp's family has already held a memorial service for her in the South African city of Port Elizabeth. Her body was cremated after a private service. Pistorius is not permitted to leave his district of Pretoria without official permission, and was in his bail hearings at the time of her family's memorial.
In other Pistorius news, Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair, the judge in the case, announced that his family suffered a tragedy over the weekend. His first cousin is suspected of killing her two children and then committing suicide in Johannesburg. Investigators suspect that the woman killed the children, and later herself, by administering a poisonous substance.
This is my first post, but it just makes me really angry that he gets to do that.
no other pics cos y'all are gonna spam the comments with them anyway
Last we left Scott (Tyler Posey), Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), Derek (Tyler Hoechlin) and the rest of MTV’s Teen Wolf crew, things were not looking so great. Scott and Allison (Crystal M. Reed) had broken up; Jackson (Colton Haynes) had turned from one supernatural being into another, and Derek’s pack was left alone in the woods, being circled by the unknown.
When Teen Wolf returns for its third season on Monday, June 3, four months have passed and the new school year is just starting. But while it is doing so without one conflict-filled character, a whole new pack of them are coming in. Beacon Hills will soon be home to a bunch of new Alphas, sure to stir the pot and raise the stakes even higher.
Celebuzz was on-set with the Teen Wolf cast to get the scoop on Season 3. Here are some highlights.
1.) Jackson may not be dead, but his absence still hits harder — some harder than others, for obvious reasons. “I personally think [Lydia] went through a breakdown because she’s no longer with her boyfriend and the love of her life,” Holland Roden said. “It’s a little bit of a certain… musically talented couple that like to break up and get back together a lot. Maybe he’s not the best for her, but it doesn’t matter because that’s who she loves. I think at the end of the day, whether it’s good or bad, it’s realistic. Jackson might not have treated her right at times, but I think he was the love of her life, and so she’s devastated.”um
2.) Allison has vowed to get out of the werewolf-hunting business, but that’s easier said than done when new threats come to town, resulting in a kind of vigilante stance.“She figures out pretty quickly that they’re not kind, and they’re a threat. People are dying, and that’s quite alarming to her. Her need to protect her friends — because she has no family — overpowers the pact she has with her dad [to be out of the family business],” Reed said.
“She has to be off the radar. She’s kind of like the person you don’t see coming. Because she’s doing it so low-key, it’s kind of like ‘Oh, where did that arrow come from? Must be Allison!’”
3.) Both Scott and Stiles are focused on growing up and bettering themselves, not relationships.“Scott is really trying to take care of himself,” Posey said. “He wants to feel good about himself, so to do that he really has to be proactive and responsible, and he’s in a great place, even [with] the break-up.”
“Towards the end of the second season, Scott was kind of getting behind in school, and he was putting everything before school and trying to save people, and he has since prioritized his life. He’s doing great in school; he’s reading every day; he’s doing a bunch of pull-ups — one-armed pull-ups, by the way!”
And as for Stiles, O’Brien shared that his research is actually evolving into real detective work: “His room has turned into a crime scene [investigation] of sorts. He has boards everywhere and pictures up and things connected. He has this web of information around his walls, kind of. He’s always been the detective, sort of, but now he’s actually becoming like his dad.”
4.) The new Alphas that come to town see Derek as a prime target and plan to infiltrate the inner circle any way they can. For some, this is through straight intimidation, but others take a more “manipulation by seduction” approach.“Some of the folks look at us as threats, and a lot of them find us attractive as the new set of twins in town, so it’s really playing that up. Being both threatening, and as much as one could be, attractive. That’s what we’re there to do,” Charlie Carver, who plays Ethan, said, noting that Ethan is “going after Danny” in a way that is a bit “blurry” as to whether or not any of his feelings are real.jc y'all are ugly
Each one has their own unique, special ability, too. Carver also shared that for twins Ethan and Aiden, the ability is that they’re “super fast when apart” and that when they “fight, it’s very much as one.”
5.) Loss is a huge motivator for many characters in the beginning of the season, including Boyd, who is reeling from the loss of Erica when he comes back to town a changed kid.“He’s a man scorned, and he’s out for blood,” Sinqua Walls said. “He’s massively in touch with his wolf-like tendencies and still trying to control them and still learning, and now he’s kind of breaking out, not sure of who to trust. He has a tendency now to want to lash out, and there’s no one there to guide him in how to become a good wolf.”
Teen Wolf returns for Season 3 on Monday, June 3 at 10PM on MTV.
Rihanna might seem like a hard partying star, but according to Victoria's Secret model Cara Delevingne, the 'Stay' singer is a “sweet” and “down to earth girl” who looked after her when she first hit the big time.
The leggy blonde, 20, recently sat front row at Rihanna's Fashion Week debut collection for River Island and partied into the night with her at The Box in London. But it's not just some fleeting celeb friendship, the beauty claims she's been close to the star for two years.
''I met her when she was here two years ago doing a gig. And then she sang at the Victoria's Secret show and we hung out,” she told Grazia magazine.
''She looks after me when I go to LA. She's the best, she's such a sweet, down-to-earth girl.” With her sexual and at times controversial image, Cara claims the singer is misunderstood by other women.
She added: ''She doesn't have that many girlfriends but we have a lot in common. I don't think many girls understand her.''
While Rihanna might not be popular, insiders claim Cara is the hottest thing in fashion right now, with people falling over themselves to hangout with the gorgeous model because she's so “fun”.
Elementary has moved past early comparisons to another certain Sherlock Holmes series to become a bona fide hit for CBS, who were proud enough of the detective drama to hand it the plum post-Super Bowl slot earlier this month.
Series stars Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu -- the show's Sherlock and Watson -- recently spoke to journalists about their experiences so far filming season one of Elementary and their hopes for the show's future...
What is your take on Holmes and Watson after twelve episodes on the air compared to the beginning of the season?
Jonny Lee Miller:"My take on him... Wow! My take... I don't know. It's very difficult for me to explain about the whole character to you. I am very pleased with the development. I am very pleased with the elements that we get to see - that I get to portray struggles.
"I always think that's a wonderful part of our show... exploring the struggles that these characters face, rather than just constantly dealing with crime solving. It's really good ammunition for an actor. I really like the way that that has developed, and I am looking forward to more of that."
Lucy Liu:"I agree with what Jonny just said. For Watson especially, I think that the viewers have been incredibly patient because we are sort of finding our way around a character that was essentially in the literature itself, but one that narrated and was observant and witnessed. So how do you take that and then suddenly make it active and current in this time, in a place that is also a sober companion without making her someone that is somewhat of annoyance?
"So it's nice that the dynamic between them can also be quite lighthearted but also very firm - [she's] sort of the heart of allowing him to be okay with having feelings or touching or triggering things that might upset him, which then allows for there to be dramatic tension between us."
Jonny, have you found yourself taking on any of Sherlock's traits in your real life?
Jonny:"It's funny because having to do a lot of memorizing and a lot of thinking and using your brain on a daily basis quite a lot, it does have an effect. I remember more stuff. I am doing memory exercises on a daily basis, just memorizing pages and pages of dialogue, and that does kind of keep you more alert.
"If you exercise your brain, it kind of works better. Mind you, my wife will probably tell you different!"
Were you Sherlock Holmes readers before getting involved with the series?
Lucy:"I had not read it when I was a child and I had the more stereotypical idea, as I am sure everyone did, of the hat and magnifying glass. So I have been familiarizing myself with it more after I agreed to do the pilot, and it has been fascinating."
Jonny:"I hadn't read the books beforehand and I have now - I have immersed myself in those books and there is so much information there. They have such wonderful characters, and like Lucy said, I was astounded.
"It's a wonderful discovery, and we are reading them now and it is a great thing. Actually I have to recommend them - those books are amazing, if you haven't read them."
Lucy:"They are surprisingly current and modern, and they are really funny and humorous. There is a reason why people keep having so many iterations of Holmes, because it's fascinating and there are so many avenues that you can discover, just in one story on its own."
Jonny:"And the friendship and character is very vivid. Not only does Conan Doyle write a mystery very well, he writes character very well."
How does Elementary differentiate itself from other adaptations without losing the essence of Sherlock Holmes?
Lucy:"In the beginning when I sat down and had a meeting with [series creator] Rob Doherty, I said to him, 'Are you sure you want to use Sherlock Holmes and Watson? You can change the names to anything. Anything! You could make it, like, two different names that people won't recognize and you won't feel as much pressure! Why not?'
"But he was so certain and so determined to stay the course, and he really believed that this was the way to go and he wasn't afraid of what people were going to say, and he felt very secure with the decision and the direction that he was going with the characters. He has been true the whole time, and it has been an incredible emotional effort to maintain the criticism and the judgment - even before the pilot had aired - so I have to say, I have high respect for him."
Jonny, as a Brit, did you ever have any reservations about Elementary being set in New York?
Jonny:"I had many reservations initially about the whole show honestly, but New York just seemed quite perfect for me, I have to say - I mean, there is nowhere more London than London, but in my previous experience of New York City... it's perfect, in my opinion, so I was very excited by that."
How do you both think Elementary will progress in a second season?
Lucy:"I am anticipating that as the series goes on... it will be more serialized. I mean, there will still be a procedural aspect, but it will be something that the fans who do tune in every week will be able to kind of see the unravelling as opposed to sort of the same old personalities, the same old stories coming out.
"I think the growth of the characters is why people will tune in ultimately as well. That's what I believe will happen."
Jonny:"You just kind of hope that the network and studio will [continue to] have the same trust in your show that they have shown. They then allow you to expand and do the things that... you want to do.
"But first you've got to establish the show and you've got to do various things and they have shown great faith in us. As long as that continues and we get make the show that we want to make, that's all we can ask."
Elementary continues on Thursday, March 14th at 10/9c on CBS. In the UK, the series returns to Sky Living on Tuesday, February 26 at 9pm.
No new episode for two weeks. :( But some good stuff here, especially about the show becoming more serialized, which could not please me more.