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Welcome to Katee Sackhoff Web, a fan gallery and resource for actress Katee Sackhoff. Known for roles in Battlestar Galactica, 24 and Riddick , she's currently staring in the A&E series, Longmire. Keep checking back for the photos, news and more about Katee.
Posted by · Colleen on Jan 3, 2015

A big update to the Katee Sackhoff Web Gallery with all the screencaps from the first season of Battlestar Galactica are added.

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Posted by · Colleen on Dec 8, 2014

Posted by · Colleen on Nov 23, 2014

you’ve seen the tweets and photos this last couple of week’s but now we have official news of Katee joining the cast of “Girl Flu.”

EXCLUSIVE: Katee Sackhoff has been set to join Jade Pettyjohn, Jeremy Sisto, Heather Matarazzo, Judy Reyes and Isaiah Mustafa in the indie dramedy Girl Flu. Directed by Dorie Barton, Girl Flu focuses on Bird (Pettyjohn), a 12-year-old in crisis. After moving from the San Fernando Valley to Echo Park, the young girl experiences the worst week of her life as she: gets her first period; and is abandoned by her immature and stoner mother (Sackhoff) while learning she will never be able to go back home to the Valley. The film is currently in production in Los Angeles and produced by David K. Wilson and Jay Lowi through their Free Chicken Films production banner. Rich Hull and Paul Schiff are executive producing. Katherine Brown is co-producer.

Posted by · Colleen on Nov 19, 2014

Longmire fans’ dedication to saving their show has paid off. Following several weeks of negotiations, I’ve learned that Netflix has closed a deal for a 10-episode fourth season of the drama series to premiere in 2015 on Netflix’s platforms in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The news comes less than three months after LongmirNetflix Logoe‘s surprise cancellation by A&E after three seasons. It triggered one of the biggest outpourings of fan support ever for an axed TV series. The cast of the show, led by Robert Taylor and Katee Sackhoff, is under deals for Season 4. That doesn’t necessarily mean that absolutely everyone will return — Season 3 ended in a cliffhanger, with characters’ lives in the balance, and a hear an exit is likely. More about the plot of Season 4 in a moment.


Posted by · Colleen on Nov 19, 2014

Wyoming Sheriff Walt Longmire is back for the third season of hit Big Sky crime drama LONGMIRE. In this gripping two-disc, 10-episode set, characters must test their courage and face challenges that will ultimately define them. The action-packed third season of this contemporary Western captivated fans across the country, averaging 5.6 million viewers per episode {Source: Nielsen Galaxy Explorer L-7 US AA%; excluding repeats, specials & <5 TCs; Summer 2014 = 05/26/2014-08/31/2014}! Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Longmire: The Complete Third Season on March 3, 2015 for $39.98.

Last season, Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) and his deputies each braved a storm and did it nobly. But for every storm, there is an aftermath. After winning his heated re-election as Absaroka County sheriff against his ambitious deputy Branch Connally (Bailey Chase), Longmire faces a stampede of problems both personal and professional. Branch is mysteriously shot on "the Rez" by the White Warrior spirit of a dead man, while Longmire's loyal friend Henry Standing Bear (Lou Diamond Phillips), is arrested in connection to the murder of Longmire's wife's killer. Longmire's daughter, Cady (Cassidy Freeman), decides to take up Henry's case and fight in court to clear Henry's name. Meanwhile, his deputy Vic Moretti (Katee Sackhoff) sees the return of a stalker from her Philadelphia past. Longmire must navigate these taxing situations as he butts heads with tribal police, big money connections and longstanding enemies. With new cases and new enemies, Longmire: The Complete Third Season brings you Big Sky drama at its finest!

"We are delighted to release Longmire: The Complete Third Season on DVD (A&E's #2 show this Summer {Source: Nielsen Galaxy Explorer L-7 US AA%; excluding repeats, specials & <5 TCs; Summer 2014 = 05/26/2014-08/31/2014})," said WBHEG's Senior Vice President, TV Brand Management and Retail Marketing. "With this release, fans will be able to dive even deeper into the drama of this contemporary Western's thrilling third season."

Based on the "Walt Longmire" mystery novels written by best-selling author Craig Johnson, Longmire is executive produced by Hunt Baldwin (The Closer), John Coveny (The Closer), Greer Shephard (The Closer, Major Crimes, Nip Tuck) and Michael M. Robin (The Closer, Major Crimes, Nip Tuck). Starring Robert Taylor, Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips, Bailey Chase, Cassidy Freeman and Adam Bartley, this hit drama is produced by The Shephard/Robin Company in association with Warner Horizon Television. The release of Longmire: The Complete Third Season will be supported by a national media, promotional, and publicity campaign.

THE GHOST IN THE STORM - Ghosts exist in this season of Longmire. The storm defined the characters, but what's left is the aftermath, the mysterious conflict which they must face. Can Walt, Henry, Branch and the others find peace once they confront their ghosts?

10 One-Hour Episodes:
The White Warrior
Of Children and Travelers
Miss Cheyenne
In the Pines
Wanted Man
Reports of My Death
Population 25
Counting Coup
Ashes to Ashes

Taken from: http://tvshowsondvd.com/n/20498#ixzz3JV9Mkja0

Posted by · Colleen on Oct 31, 2014

Katee Sackhoff Web Gallery > Events > 2014 > 10-30: 2014 AMFAR LA INSPIRATION GALA

Posted by · Colleen on Oct 4, 2014

I was sorry to hear about your doggie passing.
It’s been the weirdest thing because he was 18 and I’ve been caring for an elderly dog now for about five years. It’s been a good portion of my life — the last few years — of caring for him and now that he’s gone.… I said to my fiancé yesterday, “I feel like my purpose in life is gone.” Like I don’t know what to do with myself, because I’ve been caring for him for so long that I’m just at a complete loss. I wander around the house, I watch TV all day. Normally, my life was by his medicine schedule.

Now everyone’s going to tell you have a baby.
It’s funny that you said have a baby because now I’m sitting here calling my fiancé going, “I think we should have a baby.” Right? Like that seems the best, you know, let’s fix one problem and just busy my life with a baby.

I love that you’re not just a philanthropic performer, but you also started a charity organization. Tell me about the impetus behind Acting Outlaws.
Acting Outlaws really started because Tricia [Helfer] and I really have always kind of questioned what to do with the soapbox we’re given as actors. She and I had wanted to kind of really marry our love of riding motorcycles with our sort of lifelong ethical [responsibility]. So we decided, well, let’s start a company and let’s make a habit out of doing this on a regular basis. The first reason we came up with was in response to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. My fiancé and her husband are both from New Orleans and we both have family ties to that region, and when the Gulf oil spill happened, it just seemed like something needed to be done. It was about seven months later and people had completely stopped talking about it, and…the problem was far from over. So we kind of decided this is where Acting Outlaws would come in; we come in and raise awareness when awareness stops. Our news cycle is so instantaneous now that by the time one thing happens, five minutes later something else happens and it is just as tragic…and our attention spans are so short that we forget. So we decided to do a motorcycle ride and raise awareness for that, and then year by year we keep doing different events to raise awareness for organizations or issues that we think need more attention.


Posted by · Colleen on Sep 2, 2014

Posted by · Colleen on Aug 29, 2014

A&E is putting Western drama Longmire out to pasture.

The cable network has opted to cancel the drama after three seasons, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The drama starring Robert Taylor and Katee Sackhoff will not return for a fourth season on the network. Sources confirm to THR that the series — the No. 1 scripted show in A&E’s history — will be shopped to other networks.
“We would like to thank the phenomenal cast, crew and producers of Longmire, along with our partners at Warner Horizon, for their tireless work on three seasons of quality dramatic storytelling. We are incredibly proud of what we have achieved together,” A&E said in a statement.
This month’s season three finale averaged 3.7 million total viewers and a lackluster 0.6 in the all-important adults 18-49 demo, down 16 percent and 45 percent, respectively, from its season two finale.


Posted by · Colleen on Aug 26, 2014

Cool news – Oculus is now on Movies on Demand to see – get the info HERE