Staffel 8 – News & Spoiler Only-Thread

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    „It’s definitely an ending,“ Shore says about the series finale. „I don’t want to say more than that. We never do happy endings. But we also try not to simply do miserable endings. Bittersweet is the most you can hope for us.“

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    Keck’s Exclusives: Jennifer Morrison Previews Emotional House Return

    TV Guide Magazine: When did you get the great news that you’d be coming back to House?
    Jennifer Morrison: It was so funny — the day we did the Once Upon a Time Paley Festival. I had told everyone I hadn’t been contacted, and it just seemed too late for it to be possible. I think as those words were coming out of my mouth [executive producer] David Shore was leaving me a phone message. When I got out of the festival I saw that he had called and thought, ‚No way!‘ He didn’t say on the message what he was calling for, but I hoped that was it because I really had been hoping that was something they would want me to do. House was such a special part of my life.

    TV Guide Magazine: So then what happened?
    Morrison: When I did get to speak with David he said, ‚We’re thinking about doing this for the series finale. Would that be something you’d be interested in?‘ And I said, ‚Yes, absolutely!‘ I was really honored and excited and ultimately really happy with how they had Cameron being present at the end of things.

    TV Guide Magazine: The end of things. Rumor has it that people return for Wilson’s funeral.
    Morrison: I, of course, can’t say anything.

    TV Guide Magazine: Of course. Well, tell me who you got to hug and play with.
    Morrison: It was just amazing. I spent most of my morning standing at the doorstep to my trailer with all the crew coming by for hugs and telling me they watch Once Upon a Time with their whole families. That was really nice. There was this beautiful moment for me during my wardrobe fitting. I’d been running around for a whole year as edgy Emma in my boots and leather jacket, so seeing Cameron’s little vest and shirts felt like visiting an old friend. And David Shore was directing, which was perfect. And of course seeing Hugh [Laurie] again, it was like no time had passed.

    TV Guide Magazine: Does Dr. House give Cameron one last zinger?
    Morrison: There’s definitely some banter between them, but it reveals the place Cameron holds in House’s mind. You see what she means to him, which is really nice.

    TV Guide Magazine: Hugh also produced the hour retrospective that airs before the finale. Did you shoot anything for that?
    Morrison: Hugh and I take a little tour of how things have changed in the hospital. I couldn’t help noticing that Emma’s office on Once Upon a Time is a glass office with a metal desk, just like House’s office. So insane! I’m going to talk to the Once props department to see if we can borrow a few of the items on House’s desk.

    TV Guide Magazine: When Dr. Cameron comes back, will we be surprised by what’s happened to her?
    Morrison: Kind of. But I don’t know what actually made it into the final cut. In the script, you did see where her life has gone. Some people will be surprised by it and others will see that it’s the obvious thing. I’m happy with the decision. It felt like a very well thought out place to show her in her life.

    TV Guide Magazine: Speculation (and hope) online is that Cameron will reunite with Chase.
    Morrison: I can say that we do interact in the episode.

    TV Guide Magazine: Would you like to see a reunion for them or has too much time passed?
    Morrison: That’s a really tough question. David has kept his characters very human. The reality is, in real life we’re very unpredictable and moments cause us to make decisions you would never expect. All I can really say is that holds true in the finale with all of the characters and relationships. I do feel like I’m in a dream!

    TV Guide Magazine: Well, all your dreams are coming true. I half expected you to turn up as Barney’s bride on How I Met Your Mother.
    Morrison: What happened? Wait, I’m behind a few episodes. Don’t give it away!

    Quelle: TV Guide


    Am 21 August 2012 erscheint, in den USA, die DVD / Blue Ray zur 8.Staffel: House DVD news: Announcement for House – Season 8 |


    Ein paar Infos zur DVD:

    Kath Lingenfelter @retlefnegniL hat auf Twitter verkündet, was die erste Idee der Drehbuchschreiber für das Finale der 8. Staffel war für den Fall das es eine 9. Staffel gegeben hätte:

    #House tidbit o’the day: If there’d been a S9, the S8 finale on the table had a plane crash, House losing his leg, and possibly a death.

    @Shyrlie Where very early discussions started; shows usually start w/big ideas & then process molds it. Who knows where it woulda landed.

    @falfans Only where we started, not necessarily where it would’ve ended. Friend & Lerner always good about grounding bigger ideas.

    @Stathies Only what we discussed in very early stages, but thought it coulda led to something interesting.

    Sorry, I’ll clarify: the very early pitch had those ingredients, wasn’t a done deal by any means.


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    House dies, House lives.

    You knew the end was coming. Fox and Hugh Laurie made it clear all year that it was the final season for the ever-dependable House. And considering what a morose medic Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) had become by the end, I fully expected him to end up as a chemical experiment by the final scene. So, when it turned out he faked his own death to ride off into the sunset with cancer-stricken friend Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard), it was the most surprising TV redemption since Charlie Sheen got another sit-com.

    Quelle: 2012’s Top Rated TV Moments: Zombie Attacks, Fun With Furniture And More


    Kath Lingenfelter @retlefnegniL hat bereits vor einiger Zeit über eine alternative Storyline für die achte Staffel berichtet (siehe oben!).

    Nun hat Peter Blake @PKBlake eine weitere Information preisgegeben:

    …We spent a whole day on HOUSE wondering if the last season could take place over 22 years, each episode a year later, ending w H’s death.


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