Apr 17, 2012TV Network - The CW
We are not sure that this first season of "Ringer" was quite what we expected, but what we do know for certain is that the young series is going to air its season finale tonight. The other things we know -- Sarah Michelle Gellar has been playing no one but two roles and we kind of miss seeing Ioan Gruffudd as Horatio Hornblower (we're also not convinced that he couldn't have been James Bond, but that's neither here nor there). Tune in tonight and see what sort of odd twist/spin the series is able to give us in the closing minutes of the last episode so that we can all get excited for season two.
Feb 21, 2012TV Network - The CW
If you watch "Ringer" you probably have a whole lot of questions about the history of the sisters at the series' center. We know we do anyway. Well, tonight, Misha Collins of "Supernatural" is going to guest star as Dylan, an individual from the women's past. We can't say whether he's going to make a whole lot of stuff clear or just pose a bunch of new questions and/or mysteries. What we can tell you is that he will be on the show, that he will be familiar to viewers of lots of CW programming, and that (as far as we can tell) his character here isn't the same guy whom he plays on "Supernatural," although that might be very interesting.
Jan 31, 2012TV Network - The CW
That is right, Sarah Michelle Gellar is back... perhaps she's even back twice depending on how you view things. It isn't that the series went away twice, but what with her playing two characters on the show, even if the series only disappeared once for the holiday season, Sarah herself disappeared twice (thrice if you count her producer credit, but we were just talking about on screen). Will there be more secrets and lies and deceptions and oddness as "Ringer" starts up again? Why yes, we greatly imagine there will. Plus, there will be twin confusion, and who doesn't like a little bit of twin confusion. Frankly, that's all that was absent from our holidays.
Nov 29, 2011TV Network - The CW
As you're well aware by now, The CW opts to give us a whole lot of episodes in a row and then have a series disappear for several months before finally returning once more with something fresh and original (or as original as the series gets in the first place). Well, tonight marks the end of the Fall run of "Ringer." That means that all those I'm her-she's me shenanigans are going to have to take a back seat to at-home (like your home) holiday madness... or at the very least the madness that comes with not doing the holidays, which is certainly a viable choice. Listen, it's certainly a better choice than hiding from people who are out to get you by pretending to be your twin.