Skip to main content

Chuck Me: Yvonne Strahovski Talks Season Three of "Chuck"

While I still don't have any news about when Season Three of Chuck will launch on NBC (January? March?), I do have a rare treat for Chuck-starved fans looking for something to tide them over until next year, when NBC will bring the action-comedy back to its schedule (now with six more episodes as well!)

I had the opportunity to visit the set of Chuck a few weeks back and those of you who follow me on Twitter have been anxiously awaiting any news from that visit.

So, I bring you the first of several video interviews with the cast of Chuck as I sit down with Yvonne Strahovski inside the Castle to discuss the felicitous Season Three Chuck renewal, love triangles, comedy and action, what's coming up for Sarah Walker, and much more.

Without further ado, I'll let Yvonne Strahovski fill you in on some non-spoilery Chuck goodness.

Season Three of Chuck will launch on NBC in 2010.


OldDarth said…
Woot! Very informative interview Jace. Thanks.

And though it goes under the D'uh Files for the umpteenth time - Yvonne is looking fine and very cute at the same time.

Can't wait for Season3.
Mike said…

Fantastic interview, some excellent stuff throughout. I just hope the show doesn't lose it's comedic and fun aspect with all the apparent romantic drama. I find it extremely interesting that Sarah is now the one who apparently is going to have all of these "lady feelings" while Chuck just kind of drifts away deep into the spy world. Especially after Chuck was the one telling his father that "he loves her". Quite a role reversal!
Henley said…
Thank you for the great interview! I've been missing me some Chuck and this totally cheered me up. I can't wait for it to return...whenever that is!
Jeremy said…
Wow. Raw emotion and action stuff? I think Yvonne's on the wrong show. Haha. Here I was thinking she'd want to be in on the comedy because that's the strong point of Chuck. Great interview. Thanks.
ChuckNut said…
*awesome* interview, thanks so much! just now starting to chew over what she was saying about more people learning about chuck's spy life. man, it's gonna be epic!
Aardvark7734 said…
Wow, great interview Jace!

Really thoughtful questions and a relaxed atmosphere produced a positive feel and was informative for a change. ;)

It must be hard to find questions that haven't been asked a million times before but will still elicit an interesting response.

You seemed a little tense though, although it's hard to blame you. ;)
Audrey said…
Insightful questions. Thanks for the interview!
Jimmy said…
Excellent interview. Great questions and great responses from Yvonne. I feel much better about the new season.
Katie said…
Best season 3 interview I've seen so far. Her talking about Sarah dreading chuck's goal of being a spy and trying to hold on tighter to him just makes me want to watch the new season even more! a lot of Yvonne's interviews are the same thing over and over but this one was a breath of fresh air.
Anonymous said…
Great questions, incredibly boring responses. She seemed dull and down. I know that's sacriledge to say, but it is truth.
Anonymous said…
She's so hot!!!

Popular posts from this blog

Katie Lee Packs Her Knives: Breaking News from Bravo's "Top Chef"

The android has left the building. Or the test kitchen, anyway. Top Chef 's robotic host Katie Lee Joel, the veritable "Uptown Girl" herself (pictured at left), will NOT be sticking around for a second course of Bravo's hit culinary competition. According to a well-placed insider, Joel will "not be returning" to the show. No reason for her departure was cited. Unfortunately, the perfect replacement for Joel, Top Chef judge and professional chef Tom Colicchio, will not be taking over as the reality series' host (damn!). Instead, the show's producers are currently scouring to find a replacement for Joel. Top Chef 's second season was announced by Bravo last month, but no return date has been set for the series' ten-episode sophomore season. Stay tuned as this story develops. UPDATE (6/27): Bravo has now confirmed the above story .

BuzzFeed: Meet The TV Successor To "Serial"

HBO's stranger-than-fiction true crime documentary The Jinx   — about real estate heir Robert Durst — brings the chills and thrills missing since Serial   wrapped up its first season. Serial   obsessives: HBO's latest documentary series is exactly what you've been waiting for.   The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst , like Sarah Koenig's beloved podcast, sifts through old documents, finds new leads from fresh interviews, and seeks to determine just what happened on a fateful day in which the most foul murder was committed. And, also like  Serial  before it,  The Jinx may also hold no ultimate answer to innocence or guilt. But that seems almost beside the point; such investigations often remain murky and unclear, and guilt is not so easy a thing to be judged. Instead, this upcoming six-part tantalizing murder mystery, from director Andrew Jarecki ( Capturing the Friedmans ), is a gripping true crime story that unfolds with all of the speed of a page-turner; it

BuzzFeed: "The Good Wife Is The Best Show On Television Right Now"

The CBS legal drama, now in its sixth season, continually shakes up its narrative foundations and proves itself fearless in the process. Spoilers ahead, if you’re not up to date on the show. At BuzzFeed, you can read my latest feature, " The Good Wife Is The Best Show On Television Right Now," in which I praise CBS' The Good Wife and, well, hail it as the best show currently on television. (Yes, you read that right.) There is no need to be delicate here: If you’re not watching The Good Wife, you are missing out on the best show on television. I won’t qualify that statement in the least — I’m not talking about the best show currently airing on broadcast television or outside of cable or on premium or however you want to sandbox this remarkable show. No, the legal drama is the best thing currently airing on any channel on television. That The Good Wife is this perfect in its sixth season is reason to truly celebrate. Few shows embrace complexity and risk-taking in t