Random Casting News

A lot of things have come out on this last days about the castings for the new shows and existing shows coming this fall.


First of all is a not so very good news (at least for me): Captain Gates is no more. Yes, Castle will not have the adorably grumpy Captain coming fall, as Penny Johnson Jerald will not be returning for season 8. I really don’t like this, and I suspect that the game plan will be putting Beckett in charge of the 12th, but I don’t think that’s right… that’s jumping way to many hoops to get there.

On a much happier note, Sendhil Ramamurthy will reprise his role as Mohinder in Heroes Reborn. I always loved Mohinder, and I LOVE Sandhil, so I’m pretty excited about this!

Speaking of Heroes of some sort, Arrow’s Tommy will move to Chicago. Yes, Colin Donnell is the new series regular at Chicago Med, and he’s thought to be playing a doctor in pediatrics… oh my… By the way, Chicago Med was just pushed up to the fall!!!!! Yeah!

Joel McHale, fresh out of Community, just landed the first guest role in the X-Files revival. He’ll be playing Tad O’Malley, who is a conservative Internet news anchor who becomes an unlikely support for Mulder. Excitement forming!

And I guess it’s time to catch up on Elementary, as John Noble was cast to play Sherlock’s dad next season!!!

Agents of SHIELD upped two of its members to series regular, Henry Simmons, who plays Mack and newcomer Luke Mitchell, a.k.a. Lincoln. I’m quite happy about this, though not having yet seen the last 5 episodes of the season, I’m a bit wary of both of them. In the meantime, I really want to know what’s Nick Blood’s status, because that’s the one I want to stick around.

If I still watched Grey’s Anatomy, I would be pretty happy about this news. Jason George was just promoted to series regular. I’m still happy for Jason though, I absolutely love him 🙂 .

Love/Hate Tag

Hi, Alicia at #LoveBooks nominated me to do this tag. It’s pretty simple, you have to share 10 things you love and 10 things you hate, and then nominate some blogs to do the same. You can check her answers here, and please, do go check out her blog ;-).


10 things I love:

1. Lazy days. My favorite kind of days are those where I can sleep ‘till 1pm, then spend the afternoon in my pj’s, watching tv, movies or reading a book.



2. Books. Books, books and more books.


3. London. It’s my favorite place, it’s where I feel most myself.


4. To fangirl. About whatever it is I’m fangirling about at a certain moment in time. That was why I originally created this blog, to vent about my favorite things.


5. Autumn. It’s my favorite season. When it starts getting cold and I can start to wear jumpers and sweaters and everything is orangey… I love it so much.


6. The Starbucks/walking around with your coffee culture. I come from a place where that is not that common, mostly because ours coffees are miniscule (which is good), but I do like walking around with a big hazelnut cappuccino in my hands (1 Hz pump, soy milk, kids temperature) ;-).


7. Baking. I miss it all the time…


8. Sunday lunches. When I’m in Portugal, that is, with my grandmother, brother and nieces, occasionally my other brother, sister, nephew, mom, and all the respective husbands/wives.


9. Travelling. Anywhere, really. As soon as I walk into a plane is like a weight is lifted off my shoulders.


10. TV shows. I became really addicted the first time I came to Barcelona for my Masters. Then, I watched all of Charmed, Ugly Betty, Smallville and others. Since then, I cannot go on without my weekly dose of Television goodies.


10 things I hate:

1. Hot days. Yep, hate them, can’t stand them. Not even if it’s a beach day. I like the beach at a comfortable temperature, I hate having to come to work when there’s 35ºC outside. It drives me nuts.


2. Deadlines. Who doesn’t, right?! I admit that I work a lot better when I have one, but I still hate it.


3. Overcomplication. We all have our tiny moments of overcomplicating things, but some people just over do it.


4. Wasps. I think everyone can understand this one 😉


5. Dubbed TV and movies. In Portugal we have everything in original version. The only stuff that is dubbed are the kid’s shows and kid’s movies. Not in Spain though, here they dub everything, EVERYTHING!!!! I hate it!


6. Kids who think they are all so grown up. There’s no need to explain that.


7. Strikes. Of any kind.


8. The genetically modified organisms debate. People, if you don’t want to eat corn that has been modified, you would have to settle for this (first on the left)?

9. Talking on the phone. It’s really an inconvenience when you live so far away from most people in your life, but I never liked it… never!


10. Public Speaking. I’m generally bad at talking to ANYONE, much less to a room full of people… yeah, I might have gotten to the wrong career, giving that I’ll have to give presentations and stuff – not to mention that in academia you will have to teach class, at one point or the other…



Feel free to do this one if you like, it is actually quite fun, but here we go…

Life and Other Disasters

Josies Book Corner

Life of this city girl

charlottebibliophile (It Does Not Do To Dwell On Dreams And Forget To Live)

Books Baking and Blogging