Monday, 7 December 2009

Lee Potts a.k.a Connor Temple reveals there will be 'Shocking Plots'

Primeval star Andrew-Lee Potts has claimed that producers have "shocking" plots planned for the new series.

The 30-year-old actor will soon reprise his role as Connor Temple on the ITV1 sci-fi show, which was recently given a surprise recommission for 13 more episodes.

I found this on Digital Spy. Yes I do get most Primeval news from Digital Spy... But at least I credit them, which some other sites don't :D

Anyway here is the post:

In an interview with IESB, Potts commented: "It's great coming back to play him. And then, also, I get to work with my fiancée Hannah Spearritt. When it was cancelled, it was such a shame because we enjoyed working with each other so much and we thought, 'We might never do that again'. That made us sad.

"But, we're going to be able to do that again. And we actually went out for dinner with all the producers the other day, and the storylines they've got and the stuff that's going to happen this time is going to be really good. It's very shocking as well."

Potts also said that he always had a "gut feeling" the show would come back and is "really pleased" that he turned out to be correct.

Filming for Primeval will begin in March ahead of a 2011 return.

Squeees, can't wait for Primeval!!

Laila's out!

Laila Rouass, a.k.a Sarah Page from Primeval left Strictly Come Dancing yesterday, after performing the two worst dances of the night :( There are now only 3 celebs remaining and the semi-final next week features a performance by Lily Allen. Anyway... now Laila is out of Strictly Come Dancing expect no more Strictly Posts.

That's all folks!

Sunday, 29 November 2009


I got this from digital spy, which rulesssssssssssss:

Hands up who still has a smile on their face following Primeval's recent resurrection? As it goes, you're not alone: someone else excited by the prospect of a further two series (not to mention a US version and a movie) is creator Adrian Hodges.

Recently, Tube Talk caught up with the man himself to find out what we could about the Primeval franchise. In short, Hodges has planned the storylines for the 13-episode fourth/fifth season and promises to address that season three cliffhanger straight away - but it might not leave all fans happy..

The US spinoff is apparently "very much on the agenda" and details of the movie are "very nearly finalised".

There's a video of this interview here

Squeeeeeeeeeeees so who is really really really really excited about Primeval, I am! Please leave comments in the cbox.

Laila's through to the Quarter final

Laila Rouass, aka Sarah Page from Primeval, has made it through to next week in Strictly Come Dancing. Those who thought she wouldn't do well have been proved wrong. She got 31/ 40 for her Charlston, a new dance for Strictly and she got 8/10 for her group Viennesse Waltz, this was the first group dance to be marked on Strictly too.
Natalie Cassidy and Vincent left the competition, as they ended up in the dance off with the bookies favourite Ricky Whittle. Laila is now through to the qaurter final, but will she get through to the semi-final?? We'll have to watch and wait.

Sunday, 15 November 2009

Injured Laila

Laila Rouass injured her foot/ ankle yesterday before Strictly Came Dancing came on. As you may know Laila has managed to get through to week 9 of Strictly. Jade Johnson was also injured and she couldn't perform. Laila decided that she wnated to perform, so she did. Unfortunately she lost it near the end due to the terrible pain in her foot. Anton had to carry her over to the judges.

The Judges only scored her 22/40, although most judges (NOT CRAIG) gave Laila a 6 or more for waht she had done before the mishap. Despite being bottom of the leader board Laila was voted through to the next round, leaving Ricky and Erin and Phil and Katya in the bottom two. Phil went out.

Meanwhile, Bruce Forsyth was ill yesterday so Tess was in charge with help from Ronnie Corbet and Claudia Winklemen.

Again, meanwhile, The Waters of Mars airs tonight! YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY *DIES*

Tuesday, 10 November 2009


I found this report on digital spy:

Douglas Henshall has predicted that Primeval will have a bright future following its recent revival.

The 43-year-old actor, who left his role as palaeontology expert Nick Cutter in the last series, told the Chester Chronicle that he can understand why the dinosaur drama has proved so popular with fans.

"I thought that the writing was good enough and the premise was good enough, [and] if people liked it, it could go pretty much as long as it liked," Henshall explained.

"As long as people had faith in it who were making it, then I thought it would be fine. It taps into an eternal thing in young people, dinosaurs, monsters and myths and legends."

He continued: "I went to the Natural History Museum the other week with my niece, she's in her twenties, she's not a kid, but we had to go down there because I thought she should see it. Me and my partner, the three of us were walking through the dinosaur exhibit and kids, boys and girls were queuing and queuing to see this big Tyrannosaurus Rex and you think, 'What is it about dinosaurs?'."

Primeval was axed after three series in the summer. However, the show was later granted a reprieve thanks to a new co-production deal involving ITV, UKTV and international broadcasters.

Sunday, 11 October 2009

Helen Cutter to return???

As you know, well you should do, Primeval is returning in 2011 with filming starting next year. Juliet Aubrey has confirmed that she would like to return as Helen Cutter. Here is the report thanks to Digital Spy:

Juliet Aubrey has confirmed her interest in returning to Primeval next year.

Though her villainous character Helen Cutter appeared to be killed off in the series three finale, Aubrey told Wired that she would be surprised if viewers did not see the time traveller again.

The actress commented: "I don't think anyone can really 'die' in a world like [Primeval's]. I'm sure she'll return to the show as it moves forward. I hope so, because she was such a joy to play."

Asked if she has been approached by producers, she replied: "I've heard some rumours, but that's all. I'm waiting to see with all of the fans."

Primeval was recently granted a surprise renewal for two new series under a new co-production deal between ITV, UKTV and international broadcasters. The sci-fi hit had originally been axed in June.

Discussing the revoked decision to scrap the programme, Aubrey said: "It came as a huge surprise to all of us. Especially since the show was doing well and was so popular. I heard from so many fans who loved Primeval and loved Helen that they just couldn't understand [the cancellation].

"They really care about the show and [its characters]. I've been in television series in the past, but there's a level of excitement around Primeval that I haven't experienced before."

Soo, will she be returning? What do you think? Should Helen return? Please vote on the poll!

Top of the Board

Yesterday on Strictly Come Dancing, Laila Rouass (Sarah Page) ended up top of the leaderboard with her fancy foxtrot. She beat Hollyoak's Ricky Whittle who has been top of the leaderboard for the last couple of weeks. Lynda Bellingham and Darren went out.

Thursday, 8 October 2009


I was sorta really happy when I was making the new banner... As you may be able to tell... I think Claudia suits sunglasses... not sure about Stephens new purple hair.

Sunday, 4 October 2009

Laila's through

Laila Rouass did quite well in Strictly Come Dancing Yesterday, finishing in the middle of the leaderboard. She got through to the next round of Strictly after dancing a Quick Step.

Meanwhile, there has been no new news on Primeval since Tuesday, but I'm still really really exicted thats its coming back. I can't wait for 2011... Primeval series 4 and 5, The Hobbit, Harry Potter and the Deathyl Hallows part 2... Happy Days... Anyway...

Tuesday, 29 September 2009

So basically...

Primeval has been recomissioned for two more series. Series 4 will appear in 2011 on ITV, and later in the year Series 5 will appear on Watch, then later on ITV. And now thanks to Digital Spy I have for you a longggg interview with co creatore Tim Haines about this fab anouncement:

You must be feeling good about today's announcement...
"Oh, very good. Obviously I knew about it before! But it was very good to finally crack it. The series was doing fine, we were prepared to continue the story and then everything that happened at ITV gave us a very, very high bar to get over."

How did the new deal come about?
"We started down the process way back, and we had got agreement with ITV in principle to look for other people to come in on the project, but come the summer we had to do absolutely everything. So there is the new deal with Watch and there is some more money from co-producers. Fortunately the series is very successful abroad and none of those producers wanted to see it finish either. Also we're moving the show to Dublin, where we'll be getting tax breaks, so that helps. Essentially, the budget stays as a £1 million show, which is important, because you don't want to come back with a cheap show. But we had to make the deal different for ITV."

How will moving to Dublin affect the show?
"It was shot in Surrey but apart from one show, which was in the British Museum, we never really identified it as being anywhere in particular. Actually going to Dublin is brilliant because it gives us a lot more locations nearby - there will be modern blocks, castles and shopping centres. But now we can do the coast as well if we want to!"

Was there ever a point where you thought the show was finished?
"I can't really answer that question. I don't give up easily and as I say, except for ITV's predicament, there was no reason it should finish. It was a very tricky time."

How big a part does someone like Pro7 play? The show seems to be wildly popular in Germany!
"They are very important. They certainly stayed with us and held the slot open, because they believed we would find a way of bringing it back. If, after ITV's announcement, they'd decided to abandon it, then we'd have faced the problem of reselling it to them in two or three months' time. So that was very good. BBC America has had a great success with it, and also, BBC Worldwide sold it to 45 countries worldwide. It's bigger than Lost in South Korea! These sort of things help."

Have you got all of the cast back?
"Yes, they're all coming back, which is fantastic. Obviously we've got to be careful about how we book them. This is the longest run that's been commissioned. We started off getting six episodes, then seven and then ten. Now it's 13. So it's a long stint for them, but they've all signed up."

Technically this is going out as two series though. Is it going to be considered one in terms of storytelling?
"No, it's always got very heavy serial elements. As far as Watch is concerned, there'll be a midseason climax, but it can be viewed as one long run."

What's the timescale for getting up and running with production again?
"We're starting to write scripts straight away and we're aiming to deliver in January 2011."

And are you still progressing with a US version of the show?
"Yes. Well, there's a feature film, contracts for which should be signed shortly. We are still talking to Canadian partners about a US version, as well as a children's animation and things like that. But you never know how those go. Sometimes they seem to stop, then accelerate forward, but they're still all there."




Right, phew, I will give you more information tomorrow... right... bye!

Sunday, 27 September 2009

Laila dances the Cha Cha Cha

Right, so Laila Rouass appeared on Strictly Come Dancing on Friday and Saturday night. On the first night she came joint second getting 30 out of 40 for her Tango, which all the judges seemed to enjoy. On the second night she got 25 out of 40 gaining an overall score of 55 out of 80. She came 3rd out of the 8 contestants that danced on the last two nights.

Meanwhile, this site is turning into a blog all about Laila on Strictly... hopefully there'll be some more news about the Primeval film soon...

Saturday, 19 September 2009

Strictly Again

Right, so I got it wrong. Laila Rouass is dancing on Friday and Saturday next week not today. However, she did do a group dance yesterday in which she seemed pretty good at dancing.

Friday, 18 September 2009

Strictly Starts tonight

Today Strictly Come Dancing begins and the second part will follow on Saturday. Laila Rouass will be doing a latin dance on the Saturday night show, so we'll have to wait until then to see whether she is any good at dancing, and whether she has a chance of winning. Thanks for voting on the poll, the majority think she will do well, with a couple of people saying that she will do OK.

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Makeover is over

Well tell me what you think... I've changed the site rather alot... completely new colour scheme, new banner, new poll... I'm hoping to finish my monster pages and perhaps restart my primeval fanfic, there's a chance of a fanfic with a crossover to Doctor Who.

Please tell me what you think on the cbox. And please vote on the poll and feel free to visit the pages.


Yep, I've decided to change the look of this site... well the colour scheme... and the banner... and possibly the template...

Tuesday, 8 September 2009

Strictly Come Dancing

Yes, Strictly Come Dancing is waltzing back onto our screens this autumn, but how exactly does this concern Primeval? Well...

Laila Rouass who played Sarah Page in Primeval Series 3 is appearing in the series, dancing with Anton. She says: 'I used to dance in clubs, but that's the extent of my experience. I'd love to win, but I'm mostly out to have fun. I see it as a journey signposted with laughter. Having said that, I'm terrified of messing up on the Cha-cha-cha'.

The odds on Laila winning are 10/1 according to the Radio Times.

In other news Andrew Lee Potts (Connor) and Hannah Spearritt (Abby) have both been nominated for best Actor/ Actress in the National Television awards for their roles in Primeval. Primeval has also been nominated for Best Drama, going up against Torchwood and Doctor Who.

Wednesday, 29 July 2009

First post in ages is bad news!

Yes I haven't been doing much on this blog for a while, mostly because I've been typing my episodes on Will and Seb. Meanwhile, I have some bad news. I have recently come back from holiday to find that my computer has died. I've lost everything! Saved games, files, pictures. This means that my Primeval Fanfic is going to take even longer to release, as I'll have to start typing it all over again. I've lost all my videos which were due for release on youtube and everything...

Ah well can't be helped.

Wednesday, 15 July 2009

'Lester's Quote of the Week'

'I did tell you it isn't over'

Sunday, 28 June 2009


Tuesday, 23 June 2009

Lester's Quote of the Week:

Think of a Velociraptor, only better dressed'

Monday, 22 June 2009

The Primeval Awards!

Here are the results for the first few categories:

The Best Series 1 Character:

1st place: Nick Cutter

2nd place: Claudia Brown

3rd place: Abby Maitland

The Best Series 2 Character:

1st place: Jenny Lewis

2nd place: Nick Cutter

3rd place: Oliver Leek

The Best Series 3 Character:

1st place: Danny Quinn

2nd place: Captain Becker

3rd place: Christine Johnson

The Best Team Leader:

1st place: Nick Cutter

2nd place: Danny Quinn

3rd place: Jenny Lewis

The Best Villain:

1st place: Christine Johnson

2nd place: Oliver Leek

3rd place: Helen Cutter

Best Series 1 Episode:

1st place: Episode 1 (Gorgonopsid)

2nd place: Episode 5 (Pteranodon at the Golf course)

3rd place: Episode 6 (The Future Predator's debut)

Best Series 2 Episode:

1st place: S2 Episode 6 (Mammoth on the M25)

2nd place: S2 Episode 2 (The Worms in the Office Block)

3rd place: S2 Episode 7 (The one where Stephen and Leek die)

Best Series 3 Episode:

1st place: Episode 9 (Embolotherium, Helen returns)

2nd place: Episode 2 (Spooky House with Camouflage beasts)

3rd place: Episode 6 (Terror Birds, Christine takes over the ARC)

Best Opening Episode:

1st place: Episode 1 (1st ever Episode)

Best Final Episode:

1st place: Episode 12 (Mammoth)

2nd place: Episode 6 (Future Predator)

3rd place: Episode 9 (Embolotherium)

Thursday, 18 June 2009

4 weeks ago...

4 weeks ago this site opened! Thank you to everyone who has visited! Its hard to believe that 4 weeks ago we were looking forward to episode 9 of series 3, then there was the week without Primeval and then the final, which I saw 2 hours before most fans because I had already recieved the DVD. And yet now 4 weeks after the opening of this site, we find that Primeval has been axed, although there is still nothing on the ITV website. So has it really been axed, it seems odd that very many sites have reported it but ITV haven't(please tell me if they have).

Anyway this post is not about that its about you, the people who read this site. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, and I promise to get some more interesting posts up soon, although it is unlikely that they will be news about a new series...


Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Twitter, Twitter

Right, I have managed to stop killing myself, to bring you some information. According to Digital Spy and some other sites Primeval has been axed because of its expensive computer effects. Many sites still say that Primeval being axed is a rumour. Meanwhile, on Twitter, ITV have not said anything about it being axed, just that it hasn't be recommissioned... yet.

Maybe we'll just have to wait for more than a year until another series of Primeval begins...

Tuesday, 16 June 2009


I AM FUMING BECAUSE I HAVE ONLY JUST REALISED THAT PRIMEVAL HAS ACTUALLY BEEN AXED! I thought at first it was just a rumour, as nothing had appeared on Digital Spy or any other official ITV websites, but then! I come on to Blogger and see that Primeval has really been axed.

I am really hoping that this is just one big fat lie, but it has appeared on news websites and several official websites too, as well as the reliable 'Telly and Film Guide'.

Everyone seems to be amazed and fuming at the news. It came as a huge surprise. Earlier on in the year there were rumours that it had been axed. So what its lost 1 million viewers, its much later on in the year, there are warmer nights. Apparently ITV want to focus on more adult dramas, well what does that leave us children and teenagers. I NOW OFFICIALLY HATE ITV! GRRRRRR I MAY BE FORCED SUICIDE UNLESS SOME PERSON FROM THE ITV ANNOUNCES IT HAS NOT BEEN AXED. ITV have also axed many popular shows recently including Heartbeat and Pushing Daisies.

What about the cliffhanger, they can't leave it like that, can they? We'll have to wait and see...

Sunday, 14 June 2009

Another poll gone by

Yes, the second poll on this site has ended, so lets see what you thought of the series 3 final. Well only one person thought that it was the best final yet, but 5 people thought it was very good. 3 people thought it was good and one person thought it was OK. The average result therefore iss.. very good...

Thank you all for voting and thank you everyone who has visited the site in its first few weeks.

Thursday, 11 June 2009

Primeval Awards part 2!

This is the second list of Primeval Anomalies Primeval awards, this time based on the best episodes:

Best Series 1 Episode, out of:

All Series 1 Episodes...

Best Series 2 Episode,out of:

All Series 2 Episodes...

Best Series 3 Episode, out of (you'll never guess):

All series 3 Episodes!

Best Opening Episode, out of:

Episode 1
Episode 7 (Episode 1 series 2)
Episode 14 (Episode 1 Series 3)

Best Final, out of:

Episode 6
Episode 12 (Series 2 Episode 6)
Episode 13 (Series 2 Episode 7)
Episode 22 (Series 3 Episode 9)
Episode 23 (Series 3 Episode 10)

I have put both parts of the Series 2 and Series 3 Finales as different episodes, this is because you may have thought one episode was better than the other. Please leave your suggestions as before on the cbox or as a comment on this post. You can suggest who would win 1st, 2nd and 3rd. There are still two more awards posts to come before the awards are given out!

Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Some information....

I myself have not bought any of the Character Options Primeval Figures, although I have been tempted several times. As you may know, rumours have been circulating the internet about the Doctor Who figure collection changing from 5 inch to 3.75 inch next year, apparently it saves resources...

BUT! The new Doctor Who figures are not supposed to be released until next year, so what about Primeval? Primeval are in the same scale as the Doctor Who figures, does this mean they will be changing the scale of the figures too? If so, these figures probably won't be released till after the new Doctor Who ones are released, so that will be next year too... I'm sorry to say that if I am correct, the Series 3 Figures will not be released for a lonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng time. I'm still hoping that they don't change the scale for any of the ranges, but since no Doctor Who figures have been released in ages, I think it will happen. So in conclusion Primeval figure fans, there will not be a new wave of figures for a loooonnng time, maybe...

Primeval Awards: Characters

Now the 3rd series is over, it is time for the Primeval Awards! Here are the first five categories, all to do with characters:

Best Series 1 Character out of:

Nick Cutter
Stephen Hart
Connor Temple
Abby Maitland
Claudia Brown
James Lester
Helen Cutter

Best Series 2 Character out of:

Nick Cutter
Stephen Hart
Connor Temple
Abby Maitland
Jenny Lewis
Oliver Leek
Helen Cutter
Caroline Steel
James Lester

Best Series 3 Character out of:

Nick Cutter
Danny Quinn
Jenny Lewis
Sarah Page
Connor Temple
Abby Maitland
Captain Becker
James Lester
Christine Johnson
Helen Cutter

Best Team Leader out of:

Nick Cutter (Series 1, Series 2, series 3 episode 1-3)
Connor Temple (one off episode when Nick and Stephen are trapped in the Silurian, S2 Episode 5)
Jenny Lewis (Series 3 Episode 4 and 5)
Danny Quinn (Series 3 episode 6-10)

Best Villain out of:

Helen Cutter
Oliver Leek
The Cleaner
Caroline Steel
The Clones
Christine Johnson

Feel free to leave your suggestions for who should win each category (and come second and third, there will be second and third places) on the cbox or post them as comments.

Monday, 8 June 2009

Series 3 Finale Viewing Numbers

The Series 3 Final of Primeval has aired, as I'm sure you all already knew. Unless there are some people who are not Primeval fans, who have wandered upon this blog by mistake or accident.

The final achieved ratings of 4.32 million on Saturday Night, which was 22% of the people who were watching TV at that time. The whole series managed a 4.41 million avergae viewing rating, so less people watched the final than other episodes. The average, however, shows that less people are watching Primeval. Series 2 achieved an average of 5.74 million and series 1 achieved an average of 6.01 million.

So, why are less people watching Primeval? There aren't any other brilliant shows on, except Robin Hood, whose average is less than Primeval series 3's. Some think it may be because series 3 is longer, some people can't be bothered to watch Primeval every Saturday. Others think that it may be because of the Summer, Primeval is being shown later this year, and the weather recently has been very nice in Britain. Although today it was rainy.

Please leave a comment on what you think about the declining viewing numbers in Primeval. Maybe the Primeval Film will help boost ratings for series 4?

Meanwhile, there is an interview with Tim Haines on Digital Spy here which is well worth a read.

It can also be found on Whovian-guy's new Primeval site here, yes I'm starting a trend.

Sunday, 7 June 2009

Episode 10!

Episode 10 has now aired and yes Helen died!...


Big cliffhanger at the end. Sarah has a plan? But what? Abby and Connor are stuck in the Cretacious, while Danny is stuck in the Pliocine. However, Helen's anomaly opening thing, is on the ground in the Cretacious. Perhaps Abby and Connor will find it save Danny and return to the future then the present. Hmmmm now we have to wait a very long time until series 4, unless the rumours about 4 Primeval specials in the Autumn are true...

I hope you all enjoyed the episode.

Friday, 5 June 2009

The Poll has ended

The first poll on Primeval anomalies has ended and we have recieved 10 votes! 4 go to Connor, played by Andrew-Lee Potts. 2 go to Abby, played by Hannah Spearritt and Lester, Sarah, Becker and Danny all got 1 vote respectively. I voted for Lester... because he is so funny...

Lester Quote:

'Two Cutter's, sounds like some kind of nightmare!'

Thank you all for voting on the poll and visiting the site!

DVD Stuff!

This post is all about the newwwww Primeval series 3 DVD, which includes episode 10, which I haven't watched yet, yay I'm not weak-minded! There are 3 DVDs in the package. The first one includes episode 1-4, the second includes episode 5-8 and the last one includes episode 9,10 and the DVD extras. There are 3 DVD extras on the DVD, audio commenterys (did I even spell that right?) and two newww films, once is called Cutter's Odysey, which is all about the Cutter, the other is about the Megaoptra, and the 16 year old who made them. This film goes through how they add creatures into live action and how they make the creatures move.

However, there has been a couple of dissappointments with this DVD. There is no 'Through the Anomaly', Primeval behind the scenes, which has been on the last two series box sets. Also on episode 6, at the dn of the episode when 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' should be played, it has been replaced by anjother song, which I do not think is as good. My friend Will (Will and Seb, Cullen and Swan, the Avatar Proclamation), thinks that the DVD company probably could not get the copyright for it, which is very annoying, you'd think that if the people who own 'Somewhere over the rainbow', would let the DVD have it after the episode got it.

I know I may be making a mountain out of a molehill, but the ending does not seem as brilliant as it did when it appeared on TV... Meanwhile the final of Primeval is tomorrow! Will I be able to stop myself from watching the DVD, wait and seeeeee

Tuesday, 2 June 2009

Primeval series 3 Episode 10 Preview!!

Yes its the time of the week when I release a preview of the next episode of Primeval. Unfortunately it's the last of the series... waaaaaaaaaaaa

At the end of episode 9 Danny announced that they must follow Helen through a future anomaly and follow her wherever she goes. Sarah and Captain Becker have to fight the Megaoptera which are invading Christine Johnson's 'ARC'. Meanwhile, Abby, Connor and Danny go to the future where they follow Helen. They travel to the past where they are faced with the Raptors from series 2 ep 1, and a pteranodon, seen in series 1 episode 5. There's no sign of Lester, however, or of the ARC.

According to the Radio Times the series just stops, so that means there will be another one... yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Here is the cast list:

Danny Quinn: Jason Flemyng
Connor Temple: Andrew-Lee Potts
Abby Maitland: Hannah Spearritt
Helen Cutter: Juliet Aubrey
Captain Becker: Ben Mansfield
Sarah Page: Laila Rouass

As I said earlier there is no sign of Lester, so he probably won't be appearing. There is also no sign of anyone other than the team and Helen. No guest stars and nobody from Christine's ARC like Captain Wilder. According to the... Radio Times... Helen is trying to prevent humans from evolving, so she goes back 4 million years, which is when the first walking apes appeared.

Monday, 1 June 2009

Fanfic donations welcome

As you know I'm going to start a Primeval fanfic soon, with the first episode featuring a huge dinosaur called a diplodocus and a feisty Stegosaurus.

I also have a few other ideas brewing in my head at the moment. If anyone else would like to write a Primeval fanfic for this site, I'm sure everyone would love to read them, so if you wnat to write one then please leave a comment on the cbox and I'll get in touch.

Sunday, 31 May 2009

Amazon rules

So I pre-ordered the series 3 DVD of Primeval for £17 off Amazon, and it is released on the 1st June. I will get it about 3 days after the release, which will be Monday.

However, episode 10 of series 3 won't be out when I recieve the DVD. So I'm really hoping that they still release the DVD on the 1st and then I'll get it before the episode has aired! If this happens I'll put up an episode guide for it straight away and link it to a post, but if you do not wish to find out what happens then just don't look at the guide, tis simple!

Sorry for lack of posts, I've been doing homework, which I detest!

Thursday, 28 May 2009

Opened a week ago

This site opened a week ago now, so I'd like to thank all the people who've visited this blog.... Thank you for visiting this blog...

Also a terrible thing has happened, a very terrible thing, very very very very very terrible. The people who are in charge of ITVs schedule have changed the time for the last episode of Primeval! (Thank you Radio Times and Telly and Film Guide for this news). Instead of Primeval they are showing the live final of Britain's got Talent (Which I hate, no offense to people who do like it). Why couldn't they have shown Britain's got talent then Primeval later? I have no idea, but now we have to wait a verrrrrrrry long time for the final, although it is only 9 days it is still a loooooooooooooooong time :(

If you've been wondering why there hasn't been any updates for a while it is because I have been on a short holiday in the Peak District.

Thank you all again for visiting the site and voting on the poll which Connor is currently winning.

Monday, 25 May 2009

Primeval Fanfic

I've started writing a Primeval series of my own. I'm not sure whether it will be just a one off episode or a full series....

The first one I am writing is based after episode 4 but before episode 5 of series 1.
It will feature a huge dinosaur a diplodocus (plant eating sauropod from the Jurassic) and a feisty stegosaur (from the same era). All the usual cast for series 1 will be in it: Nick, Claudia, Stephen, Connor, Abby, Lester, Captain Ryan and Rex! I will release it in four parts, like the full episodes which are split into four.

Meanwhile, the character pages are nearly all up and I will start the episode guides after that.

Saturday, 23 May 2009

Helen Cutter is Eve!

So we were all wondering who the mysterious woman 'Eve' was and now we know! Helen Cutter is Eve! I thought that episode was very good! The embolotherium, who had appeared in the previous impossible pictures programme 'Walking with Beasts', were really well animated. Wasn't the baby one cute?

Claudia Brown got a mention, yay! And Christine Johnson is dead! Again Yay! The two Diictodon Sid and Nancy will be moving in with Abby and Rex, but what about Connor??

The next episode is the last episode in series 3, and it looks really good. What is Helen up to though? If she's going to stop humanity from evolving as many people think, then will she kill off the first ever humans? or the first apes? or even the first mammal? And if she does this won't she die? Or maybe her plans are elsewhere...

But we'll have to wait till next week to find out.

In other news, a Primeval film has been confirmed! It will be based on the series but will not feature the same actors and actresses, but will be created by Adrian Hodges and Tim Haines.

I saw that news mcuh earlier but wasn't really paying attention thank you Will for suggesting to post something about it. Hopefully there will be more information on the film soon.

Episode 9 tonight

I'm very excited about tonight because Primeval is on! YAY! I can't wait for the episode because it's the final. I think I prefer monsters from the past as well, although the future monsters are all very good. I have recieved some information that later in the year there will be four Primeval Specials...

I don't know whether this is true, but I hope it is because then we won't have to wait a whole year for another episode of Primeval :(

There are some character pages up now, Nick, Claudia, Stephen, Connor, Abby and Lester. More will follow.

Remember Primeval at 7.20 tonight on ITV! Please comment on what you think about the four specials

Friday, 22 May 2009

Primeval Series 3 Episode 9 Preview

Episode 9 of Primeval will air tomorrow at 7.20pm on ITV. Large- creatures similar to a Rhinocerus come through an anomaly from the Eocine period. They cause havoc round the countryside. According to the Radio Times, Abby's trapped in a tent with a half-naked man and Conner's hurtling round the country lanes on a go-kart. Meanwhile someone from the past or the future arrives at the ARC, (Helen... or the mysterious Eve woman who we saw last episode?)

In the next time trailer from last week it looks like Danny breaks into Christine Johnson's ARC and talks to Eve.

Danny Quinn: Jason Flemyng
Connor Temple: Andrew-Lee Potts
Abby Maitland: Hannah Spearritt
Helen Cutter: Juliet Aubrey (So she's back in it is she?)
James Lester: Ben Miller (Most sarcastic member of the cast)
Captain Becker: Ben Mansfield
Sarah Page: Laila Rouass
Christine Johnson: Belinda Stewart-Wilson
Eve: Kate Magowan
Joe: Tom McKay
Captain Wilder: Alex McSweeney
Randy: Marcus Onilude

So Helen's back... what's she up to this time? Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that this is Christine Johnson's last appearance (Hopefully she dies). Joe and Randy are guest cast and Jack Maitland has now left the cast.

This is supposed to be the first part of a two parter, so will the embolotherium stampede be the first part of the episode (like the columbian mammoth was last series) and will there be other big things happening in the episode? (Last year Lester was atacked by a future predator at the ARC and then most of the main cast were taken prisoner by Helen and Oliver Leek).

Pages coming soon....

Thursday, 21 May 2009


I have just got a cbox for this blog, please leave comments but do not break any of the rules or I will have to ban you. Oh and no spamming! Forgot to mention that, i'll change that tomorrow...


Welcome to my new blog. It's about Primeval, yay! At the moment I have nothing on here... But I will do character pages, Episode Guides, Reviews, news, Monster pages and a Primeval Fanfic.