Last before 2008

This is the last update in 2007. I can’t believe that this year is almost over. It was amazing and I wish everyone:

Happy New Year!

As for the updates. They are small but expect some awesome updates in 2008.

First: Thanks to Val we now have an up-to-date Biography of Majandra. So take a look!

Second: Majandra will be in the next episode of Quarterlife so be sure to check it out!


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Big Update

First of all:

Merry Christmas to everyone!

Second of all:

I’m really sorry for, pretty much, neglecting this site. There is no excuse for that since I’m not working until march and I actually have enough time. I guess I was just not in the mood.

New Layouts
Anyways I worked really hard the last couple of days and made new layouts for the main site, the fanlisting and the photo archive. I really hope that you like it. I’m totally in love with the fanlisting one because I love those pics of Majandra.

I finally updated the Discography and added the lyrics for ‘Tarte’. I had to type all of it since I couldn’t find it on the net. So if there are any mistakes, please let me know.

I updated the Filmography with synopsis and covers and stuff.

Last but not least I added some new pics, scans, caps, …

Gallery Links
‘Le Prince Bleu’ DVD Caps
‘Tarte’ Scans
‘Quarterlife’ – Part 13
‘Quarterlife’ – Part 14
‘The Tony Danza Show’ – 1.09
‘The Tony Danza Show’ – 1.10
‘The Secret Life Of Girls’ Stills
‘Zeus and Roxanne’ Stills
‘The Learning Curve’ Stills
‘Reeseville’ Deleted Scenes
‘Reeseville’ Behind-The-Scene


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‘Quarterlife’ Premiere Dates

Thanks to Keri:


NBC Sets Premiere Dates for quarterlife

BURBANK, December 18: The MySpace-originated series quarterlife is set for a prime-time premiere on NBC on February 18 as an hour-long drama, with full-length episodes to be streamed on the network’s web portal following their linear broadcast.

The show originally launched on MySpace on November 11 and on November 12, marking the first time that a network-quality series was produced directly for the Internet. Additionally, quarterlife marks the first time that an independent project of this kind has been owned and controlled by its creators, as well as the first instance where an Internet series has been created alongside a social network—

The first season is comprised of thirty-six webisodes, with two eight-to-ten minute webisodes premiering on MySpace each week—Sundays and Thursdays at 12 a.m.—and released on the following day. The web segments will be edited together into several one-hour dramas for broadcast on NBC in February, with full episodes streaming on following each airing.

From Emmy Award-winning creator-producers Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick (thirtysomething, My So-Called Life, Blood Diamond), quarterlife tells the ongoing stories of six creative twentysomethings as they chart their coming of age in the digital generation. The central character is Dylan (Bitsie Tulloch: Lost, Lonelygirl15), a young woman whose overly truthful video blog—at—spills the secrets of her friends/the show’s characters: filmmakers Danny (David Walton: Heist, Cracking Up) and Jed (Scott Michael Foster: Greek, The Horrible Flowers), actress-bartender Lisa (Maite Schwartz: Medium, Dexter), geek-extraordinaire Andy (Kevin Christy: Love Don’t Cost a Thing), and Debra (Michelle Lombardo: Click, Entourage), who is still tied to her parents. Additional cast members include Barret Swatek (Seventh Heaven, The 40-Year-Old Virgin), Mike Faiola (South of the Border, Ugly Betty, Grey’s Anatomy), Majandra Delfino (Roswell, Boston Public) and Bree Turner (Las Vegas, The TV Set).

Produced by quarterlife, inc., writers for the series will include its creators Herskovitz and Zwick, as well as actor-writer Devon Gummersall (Robbing ‘Hef) and Lucy Teitler. Herskovitz will direct several of the episodes along with Eric Stoltz (director of Boston Legal, NBC’s Law & Order), John Sacret Young (China Beach) and Catherine Jelski (Watch Over Me). Josh Gummersall (Blood Diamond) will produce.

The online community at is invited to participate in the ongoing creation of quarterlife by uploading their own videos and blogs or their own versions of quarterlife. The best submissions will be credited and incorporated into the program.

“The first time Ed and Marshall showed me quarterlife, I knew it was something special and I personally could not stop watching it,” said Ben Silverman, the co-chairman of NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios. “It was also a great opportunity to explore a new paradigm.”

“Ben Silverman and NBC are innovators who understand and appreciate that quarterlife represents an important shift in television programming, as our Internet series is the first to air on a major network,” said Herskovitz. “Ben also really gets how special the quarterlife story is and believes in our young talent. We’re truly thrilled to be part of the NBC family, as they are experts at leveraging their diverse platform to give their shows maximum exposure.”

By Kristin Brzoznowski

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