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098 – Holiday Podcast 2011 – 18 Guests!

Saturday, December 24th, 2011

It’s holiday time again! The Chuck team goes all out on the holiday episodes, and so do we! We’re so thrilled that in this holiday extravaganza, 18 of the Chuck cast and crew share not only their holiday wishes for the fans, but many of their favorite moments from working on the series.

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Thanks to crew member Suwannee Wilhelm, the podcast is chock full of behind the scenes photos, of many of the cast members wrapping, empty sets, the wrap party, and tearing down of the sets. Break out the Kleenex!

We hope this episode encourages you… if you want more, CLICK HERE to play last year’s extravaganza with 35 guests, including Timothy Dalton, Scott Bakula, and Matt Bomer. There’s lots of Chuck cheer to go around!

From Mel, Liz, and Gray, we wish you a safe and happy holiday with your loved ones!

Make sure to watch Chuck through the holidays, on Fridays at 8/7c, up to the 2-part finale on January 27th.

Visit Chuckazon to pre-order Chuck season 5, and while you’re there, there are lots of great gift ideas for Chuck fans (including yourself).

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076 – Holiday Extravaganza – 35 Guests (HD)

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010
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Timothy Dalton, Scott Bakula, Matt Bomer… These are just a few of the whopping 35 guests in our holiday extravaganza! To celebrate the occasion, Gray went all out, with broadcast quality greenscreen and 3D graphics, in full HD. This episode promises to bring the kid out in you… and thoroughly entertain any kids around!

We hear from all the writers on Chuck, all of the regular cast, several crew members and guest stars, and many who have left the show, both cast and writers. Julia Ling reads a funny Chuck-themed poem she wrote, several of the cast leave messages in character, and there’s a game show you’re sure to want to play!

We hope you have a lot of fun with this episode, and enjoy it again and again. Be sure to take advantage of full widescreen HD quality by viewing it at chuckpodcast.blip.tv, in full screen mode. And please share about it with all your Chuck-loving friends and family, via Facebook, Twitter, email, and word of mouth!

Have a wonderful and safe holiday, from all of us at Chuck vs. the Podcast and ChuckTV.net!

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Episode 056 – Living Dead, Lies, and Lost Writers

Friday, May 21st, 2010
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This week we talk about the 3rd episode from writing team Rafe Judkins and Lauren LeFranc, Chuck vs. the Living Dead.

Plus, we deal with the issue on everyone’s minds — we are incredibly encouraged at the 4th season renewal but reeling from the number of lost writers because of Chuck’s late pickup by NBC. If you haven’t yet read Gray’s blog on the issue, do yourself a favor and read it.

We also have news, emails, and the last spoilers of the season, as the 2-hour season finale airs this Monday. Check your local listings for air times!

Also, watch for a special podcast right after the finale airs on the West coast… you won’t want to miss it!

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[Gray's blog] TV Writers vs. Early Pickups

Thursday, May 20th, 2010
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Along with the exciting news of Chuck’s season 4 renewal came news of a different kind: Chuck’s writers room, which had already lost senior writer and executive producer Scott Rosenbaum to be showrunner of the new remake of ‘V,’ has lost not one, not two, but three other writers.

Thursday, it was announced that senior writer and executive producer Matt Miller has been hired as the showrunner of ‘Human Target.’

Friday, we learned that senior writer and executive producer Ali Adler had accepted a position on the new ‘No Ordinary Family.’

Late Friday, Gray broke the news that writer Phil Klemmer would be leaving Chuck to write for another new show.

What does this mean?

Gray has pulled from his experience in the business and relationships with these writers, and has written a very detailed and informative blog post about this issue.  We urge you to read the article, as well as the comment thread, and post any questions you have.

Please click here or on the photo at right to access the article.

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Episode 048 – Writer Matt Miller

Friday, April 2nd, 2010
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Talk about a freakish bubble of awesomeness! In a very relaxed and informative interview, Chuck writer / executive producer Matt Miller tells us all about his path to Chuck, and some great behind the scenes perspective.

What was the most challenging scene in “Chuck vs. the American Hero” and why? Why are “bottle episodes” often the best? How did he go from waiter to TV show creator when he was only in his twenties? And which Chuck writer was his roommate in the late 1990′s?

Don’t forget our “Chuck: Declassified” renewal campaign — find out more at ChuckTV.net. Some great ads are already coming in!

Up next: Mel’s on the scene coverage of Wonder-Con!

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