Last day of the tour, and I'm at the zombie stage at this point, just moving from place to place and trying not to eat too many brains.
I have still more writing to do this morning, so I want to link to Lisa de Moraes' account of the NBC exec session, and, after the jump, a run-down of the ABC/Disney day...
8 a.m.: "Aaron Stone," a new series on the re-branded Disney XD channel. It's rare for a panel to start this early, and I expect it to be sparsely attended. (I'll still be writing here in my room.)
8:45 a.m.: "Sonny with a Chance," a new Disney Channel comedy. This I expect to also play to a largely-empty room.
9:30 a.m.: The Jonas Brothers come to talk about their new Disney Channel series. Even though many of the middle-aged TCA members have been replaced by younger bloggers, the room still isn't really their demo, so I look forward to lots of awkward questions.
10:15 a.m.: Executive session with Steve McPherson, where I expect there to be much lamenting over the death of "Pushing Daisies." (And if nobody else asks what will happen to the remaining episodes of that and the other canceled shows, I will.)
11:15 a.m.: "Better Off Ted," a corporate comedy by Victor Fresco that's very much in the style of (though, at this point, not as funny as) his "Andy Richter Controls the Universe."
Noon: A screening of episode 3 of "Lost," followed by a Q&A with Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.
2 p.m.: Amber Tamblyn and the rest of the cast of "The Unusuals," which we haven't seen in any form. (Maybe. Again, I'm slow at this point, but I don't think it was on the close-circuit at the hotel.)
2:45 p.m.: Nathan Fillion and the rest of the cast of "Castle," which I watched last night, and strikes me as (like Fox's "Lie to Me") very similar to "The Mentalist," only if Simon Baker were richer and more famous.
3:30 p.m.: "In the Motherhood," a comedy with Cheryl Hines that originated as a web series.
4:15 p.m.: Mike Judge's new animated comedy "The Goode Family," about an incredibly liberal, eco-friendly clan.
5 p.m.: The last session of the tour, in which Rob Thomas, Bobby Cannavale and Sarah Paulson talk about the “Cupid” remake. We'll be so tired and cranky at this point that either we won't have any questions to ask, or we'll charge Cannavale with pitchforks for the crime of not being Jeremy Piven. It could really go either way.
And that's that with that. No evening event, which means time to pack and get caught up on whatever writing I can't do on the plane.