Friday, March 28, 2008

PR Sightings: Television Schedule

In an effort to keep fans more up to date on their favorite Power Rangers actors, this new weekly addition to the blog lists appearances of the actors on U.S. television in the coming week.

Friday, March 28 - Friday, April 4

FRIDAY - March 28
A&E - Ricardo Medina Jr. (Cole, Wild Force) guest stars on "CSI: Miami"
FOX - Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) stars on "Canterbury's Law"

SATURDAY - March 29
ABC Family - Alycia Purrott (Syd, SPD) appears in "The Cutting Edge 3"
HBO - Rene Naufahu (Gruumm, SPD) & Nathaniel Lees (Master Mao, Jungle Fury) appear in "The Matrix Reloaded"
BRAVO - Melody Perkins (Karone, Space) & Alex Borstein (voice of Queen Machina, Zeo) appear in "Coyote Ugly"
HBO - Michael Chatarantabut (Chad, Lighstpeed) appears in "Little Manhattan"
MyNetwork - Sicily Sewell (Young Aisha, MMPR) stars on "One on One"
Comedy Central - Sandra McCoy (Kendall, Wild Force) appears in "Orange County"

SUNDAY - March 30
Cinemax - Brandon Jay McLaren (Jack, SPD) stars in "She's the Man"
Cinemax - Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) stars in "Dreamgirls"
HBO - Firass Dirani (Nick/Bowen, Mystic Force) appears in "The Marine"
Showtime - Ron Rogge (Captain Mitchell, Lightspeed) appears in "Ticker"
TMC - Aaron James Murphy (Sam, SPD) & Latham Gaines (Anton Mercer/Mesogog, Dino Thunder) appear in "The World's Fastest Indian"

MONDAY - March 31
TMC - Thuy Trang (Trini, MMPR) stars in "The Crow: City of Angels"
Cinemax - Vernon Wells (Ransik, Time Force) appears in "Weird Science"
Comedy Central - Ilia Volok (Master Org, Wild Force) appears in "Monkeybone"

TUESDAY - April 1
MyNetwork - Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) guest stars on "Half & Half"
The CW - David de Lautour (RJ, Jungle Fury) guest stars on "What I Like About You"
NBC - Latham Gaines (Anton Mercer/Mesogog) guest stars on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
Disney - Monica Louwerens (Miss Fairweather, Lightspeed) guest stars on "Phil of the Future"
TNT - Gabrielle Fitzpatrick (Dulcea, MMPR: The Movie) guest stars on "NYPD Blue"
Showtime - Sandra McCoy (Kendall, Wild Force) appears in "Crash Landing"

Cinemax - Paul Freeman (Ivan Ooze, MMPR: The Movie) appears in "Hot Fuzz"

* Check your local listings for times

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Vernon Wells in "King of the Ants" (2003)

Former Time Force villain Vernon Wells (Ransik, Time Force) played a supporting role in the dramatic crime thriller "King of the Ants," which follows the story of a young man named Sean Crawley who is convinced by a mobster to stalk and kill an accountant. When the time comes for payment, he is tortured by the mobster and his group of thugs. Wells portrays Beckett, one of those thugs who happens to have a seemingly good heart. He tries to take care of Sean throughout his torturous ordeal. But when Sean makes his escape and comes back looking for revenge, Beckett is still a victim of his wrath. Wells appears in several scenes of the film.

"King of the Ants" is available on DVD

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Cerina Vincent on "Two and a Half Men" (2008)

Cerina Vincent (Maya, Lost Galaxy) made a guest appearance on the hit CBS comedy series "Two and a Half Men." Vincent appeared in the twelfth episode of the fifth season titled "A Little Clammy and None Too Fresh" where she portrayed Lulu, Charlie's newest love interest. When he catches a virus from her, he gets caught in the nursing web of Rose, who's in love with him. In the end, it's learned that Rose was a friend of Lulu's and set up Charlie to go out with her so he would get sick. Vincent appears in two lengthy scenes that bookend the episode. Charlie Sheen previously cozied up to another former Ranger, Amy Jo Johnson on "Spin City."

"Two and a Half Men" currently airs on CBS

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Sally Martin & Holly Shanahan on "Welcome to Paradise" - 9 (2007)

In episode nine of the New Zealand comedy "Welcome to Paradise" Lucy, played by Holly Shanahan (Camille, Jungle Fury), revels in the necklace she receives as a gift from her latest suitor. But, it's soon discovered that the jewelry is bad luck and leads to several mishaps for Lucy and her friends. Her best friend Sasha, played by Sally Martin (Tori, Ninja Storm) is one of the first victims of the bad luck when she hurts her foot after getting close to Lucy. Ultimately, Lucy discovers that the necklace was a fake, meaning all of the mishaps were not caused by it after all.

Sally Martin

Holly Shanahan

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