Here are some of the latest headlines from across the KryptonSite network of sites: – The CW has recently aired a new trailer with...

Here are some of the latest headlines from across the KryptonSite network of sites:

– The CW has recently aired a new trailer with clips from upcoming Smallville episodes including the two-hour “Absolute Justice.” Screen captures of the latest trailer can be found here, while caps from the [different] first one can be found here. Additionally, the title for the sixteenth episode of Season Nine has been revealed on the KryptonSite spoilers page.

– A new Heroes promotional trailer has been released by NBC. That can be found on HeroSite.net. Heroes returns January 4 with two back-to-back episodes.

– Series Two of Merlin has now concluded in the United Kingdom. What did you think? Talk about the finale on our forum!

The Phantom doesn’t air in the United States on Syfy until next year, but it’s premiering in Canada on the Movie Network this week. More information including photos and character breakdowns can be found at PhantomSite.net.

– The winners of our BBC holiday contest will be announced shortly.

– Actress Mia Kirshner will soon be guesting on The Vampire Diaries.

GLEE has been nominated for multiple Golden Globe awards.

V will return to ABC on March 30, 2010.

– Actress Emmanuelle Vaugier will go from one DC Comics-based show to another as she will be appearing in multiple episodes of FOX’s upcoming Human Target. The show premieres on January 17, 2010. Additionally, some new promotional images have been released and are now posted at the Target419.com gallery.

Smallville actor Ryan Kennedy (Cosmic Boy) will be taking on a multi-episode role in the new Battlestar Galactica prequel spin-off Caprica.

– Another new role for a Smallville vet: Tyler Posey (Javier from the episode “Subterranean”) has been cast as the lead in MTV’s upcoming TV series based on the Teen Wolf movies.

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Craig Byrne, Editor-In-Chief

KSiteTV Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.