Post by ZackNicholsgirl on Jan 27, 2009 13:53:07 GMT -5
Well Since I'm still waiting for LOCI to start, I'm going to please myself with those Pictures of Raines while Waiting for Zack.. Which in my opinion Display another view of Jeff. Even though he always played similar roles in the past, I do think Jeff was fitting well as Raines and I'm sure he'll be better as Zack Nichols
I have to admit that he looks delicious with those Black gloves LOL
Raines wearing a Trenchcoat.. What can I ask more? S.E.X.Y.
and the fact that I have just seen few videos of Raines, it adds a little mystery to his Raines Character which I kinda adore hehe! Still curious to see about Zack Nichols! I know I'll love this character.. it will be the Raines I couldn't see XD
Post by ZackNicholsgirl on Jan 27, 2009 14:38:53 GMT -5
You're welcome Eva
Yea I don't think it will re air anyway.. But who knows maybe they'll do this on DVD someday? I doubt it, but a Girl can Hope. I know you can find some Raines Videos on Youtube and those Living in the USA can watch it on HULU.. Too bad, I can't since I'm from Canada
Per your info, I caught the first half of the season promo of "Raines" on Hulu.
The show's premise (a Detective who imagines he sees and can speak to his dead victim) is unique, & only Jeff Goldblum could make it work. And he does, IMHO.
Some parts were very funny, others very serious. I will watch more of the series, but my initial impression is that NBC yanked it way too soon. If LOCI had premiered at that time, it probably also would have been axed before viewers got to know & love its quirky lead Detective.
Hulu Awards: Johnny Jay’s Final Wrap Up and Best of Hulu February 24, 2009
Well, we have finally come to the end of this year’s Hulu Awards. It has been a long, and at times tedious, process, but in the end it was definitely worth the effort. I definitely want to thank Matthew Hongoltz-Hetling from the Hulu Review for giving myself and Sam Christopher the opportunity to participate on the panel. Sure, it wasn’t always a picnic having to sample offerings like Living Lohan and The Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show, but for every turkey like those that I watched I also discovered gems like Spacerip and The Devil’s Trade. My time as a panelist over the last few months has definitely been a rewarding experience (okay, I couldn’t resist the pun).
I will reflect on some of the best television shows available at Hulu and some of the discoveries I made during the nominations process.
Best Discoveries of the Hulu Awards:
I was a Hulu regular before joining the panel for the Hulu Awards, but the nomination process, which took me on a in depth tour of the site’s content, led me to discover some gems I had not previously known about. Following is a list of the best of those finds:
Raines – I glimpsed this one during its brief network run, but the Hulu Awards presented the opportunity to revisit it in depth. Yeah, yeah, I know it’s another of those “talk to the dead” shows, but it gives an interesting spin on the well-worn device. I’m a huge fan of Jeff Goldblum and this odd little series seemed like the perfect vehicle for his talents. Unfortunately almost no one tuned in and it disappeared after seven episodes. The good news is that Hulu has the full run of the show available.