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Published:March 25th, 2008 12:01 EST
Go Now: March 24, 2008

Go Now: March 24, 2008

By Garrett Godwin

Hello, and this is Go Now, right here at the Student Operated Press (SOP).  It is the show that brings you the latest on the addictive world that we all know and love so much as entertainment.

Canterbury has gotten a new court date

Julianna Margulies has been given a change of venue, as FOX moves her series, Canterbury's Law to Friday nights.  The show is from the people responisble FX's Rescue Me, centering around a maverick attorney who both breaks and bends the law to defend her clients.  Canterbury's Law debuted three weeks ago on Monday nights, and the ratings verdict wasn't good.  House will take over the 8pm slot starting tonight, where new post-strike episodes will air next month at its new time.  Canterbury's Law, on the other hand, will move to Friday nights.

However, there is no word on the fate of indie film fave Parker Posey's new series, The Return of Jezebel James, which hasn't been doing well on Friday nights for the last two weeks.

Canterbury's Law will continue to be enforce at its new time, Friday nights on FOX.

From The Reporter

As Sam Winchester on the CW's Supernatural, he and his brother Dean (Jensen Ackles) are on a mission to save the world from demons.  Now, Jared Padalecki may continue to fight evil as he's in talks to star in director Michael Bay's remake of Friday The 13th, the 1980 film that introduces horror fans to the hockey-wearing maniac known named Jason -- leading to endless sequels as well as 2003's long-awaited Freddy vs. Jason

The new version will Jason wearing once again a hockey mask, and Padalecki on the case as an investigator looking into what's happening at Camp Crystal Lake.

The film is scheduled for a release on Friday, February 19, 2009.

Cases of The X-Files Resurface

Though The X-Files won't be re-open in theaters until July 25, it doesn't mean the truth isn't out there, where it will be honored at the Paley Television Festival in Los Angeles on March 26.  The night will feature a look of the series' nine-year-run from 1993 to 2002 and will show a  trailer of the new film, whose plot remains highly secretive.

Both and are teaming up for the event, where fans can ask questions to creator Chris Carter and writer/co-executive producer Frank Spotnitz not only about one of this summer's anticipated blockbusters, but also about Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson).

If you're a fan of The X-Files and seek answers that you've been looking for since 1993, post your questions in the comments online at

Well, that is all the time we have here today, so thank you for joining me. If you like what you hear so far, then check out Del Marbrook’s “Hot Copy” segments and The American Perspective with the lovely, beautiful, and talented Judyth Piazza, here at

This is Garrett Godwin, and once again, I have to Go Now. I’ll see you later.