Crushing the hopes of Browncoats, Joss Whedon contends the runaway success of the Kickstarter for a Veronica Mars movie “doesn’t just open the floodgates” for a campaign to fund a Serenity sequel.
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Guillermo del Toro and his co-author Chuck Hogan will collaborate on the pilot script for FX’s adaptation of their vampire-horror trilogy The Strain, which he hopes could debut in 2014.
Marvel is reportedly prepared to offer Chuck star Zachary Levi the role of the swordsman Fandral in Thor 2 after Josh Dallas was forced to drop out of the sequel because of his commitment to ABC’s Once Upon a Time.
Marc Bernardin sifts through the best, and most offbeat, DVD and Blu-ray releases arrives in stores this week, including Chuck: The Complete Fifth Season, Underworld: Awakening and more classic Who.
Chuck star Zachary Levi has landed the lead role in Let It Go, a Fox sitcom pilot from DJ Nash.
We’re late! October is already a week old, meaning we’ve already missed pointing out one of the five best shows to premiere this month! Lucky, there are four more that we want to draw your attention to… including the return of a show you’ve waited almost a year for, and another return which has had you waiting so much longer…
A random thought occurred to me while looking at reactions to the finale of the latest season of Torchwood this past weekend: Why do we do this to ourselves? Why is it so hard to quit shows that we don’t like anymore?
Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Fringe, The Big Bang Theory, Chuck and Person of Interest are among the Warner Bros. Television shows coming to Comic-Con International next month.
Chuck Bartowski & Co. will return one last time, as NBC announced today it has renewed the action-comedy for a fifth season. However, the future isn’t as bright for fledgling dramas The Event and Law & Order: Los Angeles.
Signs point to a fifth season for the NBC action-comedy Chuck. However, contrary to an early report, it looks like the network may pass on David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman revival.
For all the misgivings I have about the shared Marvel Movie Universe – which pretty much comes down to “It’s all fun now, but it’ll probably seem like a drag ten movies down the line, just like the comics” – I have to admit, there really is a thrill in seeing characters from one place suddenly pop up where you least expect them. In fact, I have to admit, if I had my way, movies and television shows would crossover much more often than they already do – and here are five examples of what I’d want to see.
In the best way possible, NBC’s Chuck may be the televisual equivalent of a cockroach. For the second year running, it looks as if the spy comedy drama might be about to go from rumors of cancellation to getting an unexpected full season pick-up.