The pilot (Wanted, Part One) has already been released. As it stands, that is the only official episode that will be released for now. The VPN has picked up the show for Fall 2010. That is when you will see the rest of the season.
BUT! That does not mean no new content will be released before then. Currently in the works (along with the season) are mini episodes that will further delve into the cast. They're called "Watchdogs Extras." Basically, they will explain things in greater detail such as how Jenna and her mystery man first hooked up.
Also, look forward to interviews, promos, games, tons of extras to get you ready for season one!
Blind Item: This b list actor (from a popular series on a premium network) was overheard talking with his co-star (b list actress with a list name recognition) about a failed contraceptive. Apparently their recent hook up almost ended in disaster when the actress admitted she was "two weeks late."
Stay tuned for reveals. Any guesses as to who the actors might be?
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Tamara Taylor and Mark Ordesky have been tapped to play recurring/supporting roles as producers for The Village and the Beat. This was after Watchdogs creator Keelime realized that producers are very important to the show and must play a part in the series. Check back for more on these new additions.
Some huge news on the two additional cast members...
Tamara Taylor and Peter Jacobson have been tapped for supporting/recurring roles on the series.
Taylor will play Simone Harris, the insightful and trustworthy producer for the Village. She will balance out Mary's (played by Sandra Bullock) intimidating demeanor, acting as a friend and confidante to those around her.
Jacobson will portray Fred Samson, the snarky and annoying producer for the Beat. He will unintentionally create many more obstacles for his co-workers.
Although they are very important to the series, their roles will be minimal. It looks like we will only see them in a professional light this season.
Watchdogs is in for a small overhaul. The formats of The Beat and Village will change from strictly celebrity gossip to general New York news.
What this means is that the season will be adjusted to fit in more potential story lines. This could quite possibly extend the season from just ten episodes. These changes are still in the works and will be discussed with the network heads very soon.
Watchdogs will officially premier on Saturday, July 24th, 2010 at 9 pm eastern.
In the mean time, the second episode of Extras is currently in production. This one will center around Mary Frankfort. Look for an appearance by Tamara Taylor.
Here's a list of upcoming projects: Extras, episode 2 Personality Quiz (Which character are you?) Promo featuring Peter Jacobson Extras, episode 3 featuring Chris Fisher Interview featuring new cast members Tamara Taylor and Peter Jacobson
Watchdogs has been taken off the air. After airing two episodes, the show will not be returning for a third.
When asked for a reason, creator Keisha had this to say, "I love the show and the network but I felt that I could not continue it here. Season One will be completed eventually but right now it's on hiatus until it finds a new home. I haven't ruled out the possibility of running it independently. I'm in the process of exploring my options. I'm very grateful for the opportunity given to me by the VPN but this just wasn't the right fit. "
While the cancellation is disappointing, Keisha insists that she and the network remain on good terms.
"Don't rule out Watchdogs returning to the VPN if it decides to branch out."