Added captures for 1×08-1×10, thanks to Holly.
Stalker 1×08-1×10 Screen Captures
1×09 Crazy For You – Promo & Sneak Peek
Stalker 1×05-1×07 Captures
Added captures from the last 3 episodes to the Gallery. Thanks to my friend, Holly
Insurgent 3D Poster – featuring Tori Wu (Maggie)!
1×05 The Haunting – Promo
1×05 The Haunting – Sneak Peek
Stalker Episode Captures
Thanks to my buddy, Holly we now have captures from the first four episodes of Maggie’s new show, Stalker up in our Gallery. Please check out her site on Maggie’s co-star, Dylan McDermott!
CBS Orders Full Seasons of Stalker, Scorpion, NCIS: New Orleans, and Madam Secretary
I hope you like nerds, Mardi Gras murders, Tea Leoni, and violent perverts who fill women’s bedrooms with snakes, because you’re about to get a lot more of all those things. CBS donned its good news suit on Monday and ordered full seasons of all four of its freshman dramas: Scorpion, NCIS: New Orleans, Madam Secretary, and Stalker. Yep, even Stalker.
The NCIS: NOLA pickup is the least surprising of the bunch, as the show is the most-watched new show of the fall season so far. Boring though it may be, the Scott Bakula-starring procedural is averaging 18.16 million viewers on Tuesday nights, according to CBS.
Meanwhile, Scorpion has been doing well on Monday nights at 9pm after starting the season with The Big Bang Theory as its lead-in, and the show about a bunch of smart-yet-socially-challenged problem-solvers remained steady last week when The Millers debuted in the 8:30pm timeslot. On Sundays, Madam Secretary has a large, albeit older, crowd, as evidenced by its tendency to finish first or second in overall viewers for its time period, but last in the 18-to-49 demographic. And Stalker is winning its time period on Wednesdays at 10pm against weak competition, though NBC’s Chicago P.D. is catching up fast.
CBS’s quartet of freshman dramas joins ABC’s Black-ish and How to Get Away With Murder, The CW’s The Flash and Jane the Virgin, and Fox’s Gotham on the list of new fall shows that’ve already earned full-season orders.
Sorry I told y’all to pick Stalker in your Dead Pools. I figured a show that infuriated lots of people would get canceled quickly, but I underestimated the power of shock violence on procedurals. My bad!
‘Stalker’ Star Maggie Q Loves Acting _ and Privacy
For Maggie Q, her new series, “Stalker,” hits close to home. But not too close, if Maggie can help it. She sees privacy, and guarding her personal space, as vital to her freedom.
Even so, she has had her own brush with a stalker.
“He thought he had a relationship with me that wasn’t happening,” she says, recalling the delusional fan. “I didn’t KNOW that person!”
As a past star of Asian-based action films, after which she played the title character of the CW thriller “Nikita” for four seasons, Maggie has done her best to evade off-screen attention of all kinds.
Now, in the early weeks of her new series, which airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EDT on CBS, she has braced for an even greater challenge to her goal of staying out of the public eye.