Welcome to Morning Spoilers, where we burn up the shock value from forthcoming plot twists to get a short-time high, instead of saving it like good kids. Today's spoilers are all TV-related, including a bunch of new pics from the Knight Rider TV movie that don't show a car. (Except a little bit in one photo, and it's not KITT.) There's also major new info about Heroes, Lost and Smallville, below the fold.
Some new promo stills for the Knight Rider TV movie have come out, and... they're super boring. They show Jason Bruening, the show's new driving wheel, and some other characters in suits, possibly funeral wear. And you glimpse David Hasselhoff, looking way less bright-eyed and bushy-haired, in his cameo. Also, there's a new synopsis.
The new KITT is the "ultimate car," with a super-weapons system and the ability to change shape and color. Some evil guys want to get their hands on this awesome ride, and they try to kidnap Sarah Graiman, the daughter of KITT's inventor Charles Graiman. Sarah enlists the aid of Mike Tracer (Bruening) to find out who's trying to steal KITT and to track down her missing dad. Also joining them is an FBI agent played by Sydney Poitier (Veronica Mars). [Daemon's TV]
- Whenever they finally make more Heroes episodes, we'll have David Anders (Adam), Kristen Bell, Adrian Pasdar (Nathan) and Ali Larter (Niki/Jessica/whoever) back as series regulars. [E! Online]
- Michael pins a suicide note to himself and crashes his car in an upcoming Lost (as we may have mentioned), but he survives the crash and wakes up in hospital. [National Ledger]
- Also on Lost, we'll find out more about Juliet's romantic past and meet one of Sayid's ladies. We'll have more trouble from Desmond's "rotten almost father-in-law." [E! Online again]
- And here are profiles on all the new Lost characters, which pretty much confirm stuff we've already spoiled. [BuddyTV]
- Clark gives the Black Canary her name, and she has a "cute and slightly violent" first meeting with Green Arrow, in the Feb. 7 Smallville. [Kryptonsite]
- Brainiac manipulates Clark and maybe Bizarro into helping him find his creator, Daxur, judging from this clip from Friday's Smallville. I love the make-believe not-there-yet brain knife on James Marsters' finger. [Comic Book Resources]