We may be months into Fall TV, but we haven't seen the last of the premieres just yet! Tonight ushers in season two of the action heavy series Human Target. Mark Valley returns as Christopher Chance, the elusive central character who works as part bodyguard, part P.I., alongside his buddies Guerrero (Jackie Earle Hayley) and Winston (Chi McBride). But it won't be just a boys' club this year: we're finally getting some females in the mix with the addition of Ilsa Pucci (Indira Varma) and Ames (Janet Montgomery). I recently visited the cast in Vancouver, where the actors reveal what lies ahead. Watch for the scoop!
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Susan Sarandon, Scarlett Johansson, and Edward Norton are just a few of the celebs who love playing ping-pong. But Susan — who already owns the ping-pong social club, SPiN — is taking her love for the sport even further. While at a two-day "World Champions" event at SPiN this weekend, the actress told People that she is developing a ping-pong reality show, which she calls an "episodic documentary."
"It won't be like the Jersey Shore . . . We're trying to invent something you haven’t seen before that follows a bunch of people in this crazy little subculture."
Susan said the show will follow the happenings at SPiN, while also highlighting the young players there — especially the Olympic hopefuls. Calling herself the "Johnny Appleseed of ping-pong," Susan said that the show is in the early stages of filming and will be "quite different than anything else that anybody's seen before."
Sporting a leg cast and crutches from a recent injury, Susan was joined at the SPiN event by celebs like Heather Graham, Judah Friedlander, and Olivia Munn. With Susan's show in the works, it looks like ping-pong is set to become the next big fitness trend — are you already playing?