— Space has released a sneak peek at the third season premiere of Orphan Black.
In “The Weight of This Combination,” airing on Saturday, April 18 at 9 p.m., Sarah fights to locate a missing Helena and must repel a lethal investigator from the mysterious shadow corporation Topside, who threatens the lives of the Leda sisters. Meanwhile, Cosima appears to be rebounding from her illness while Alison and Donnie face newfound financial woes. When the menace of Castor rears its head once more, Sarah and her entire family must come together to survive.
— I got to interview Enrico Colantoni before tonight’s Remedy season premiere here. Enrico talked about tonight’s “explosive” episode and how the show deals with the different addictions within the Conner family. We also chatted about Veronica Mars – who’s the better dad? Keith Mars or Allen Conner.
Here’s what he had to say about reprising the role of Keith Mars in last year’s Veronica Mars movie: “It was the easiest thing in the world because Rob Thomas wrote it. Your muscle memory kicks back in, even after so many years, because the writing and the people are the same. Those characters haven’t changed. At the core, they’re still the same people. You don’t have another writer coming in and trying to make stuff up. The integrity is in tact. By just putting on a crappy tie and cheap sports coat, I’m Keith Mars again.
— Big Brother Canada is also back tonight (airing before Remedy). Meet your new houseguests here.
— It looks like we’re moving closer to getting an X-Files revival. TV Wise is saying that we’d get two seasons, with less than 10 episodes per season. Chris Carter’s plan is to tie up the lose ends from the original series and the last film, I Want to Believe. In addition to Carter, both David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are on board. Producers just have to figure when to begin production – Duchovny has a Summer series for NBC called Aquarius while Anderson will begin filming the third season of the BBC’s The Fall towards the end of this year. Mitch Pileggi is also expected to be invited back.
— James Corden takes over The Late Late Show this week on CBS and CTV Two. Check out his first guests here.
— Karla Mosley spoke to TV Line about her big transgender twist on The Bold and the Beautiful. She talks about how she feels that the storyline will play around the world and how Rick (Jacob Young) will handle the truth about Maya. If you didn’t get a chance to see last Wednesday’s big reveal, check it out here.