The recently canceled Happy Endings and Don’t Trust The B—- in Apartment 23 are much better than the networks, or audiences, gave them credit for.
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NBC has debuted the first photos and trailer for Dracula, the upcoming retelling of the classic novel that stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the legendary vampire. The 10-episode series airs this fall.
NBC has renewed Community and set up a mostly new Thursday night schedule, while CBS canceled Happy Endings and passed on Beverly Hills Cop while adding new dramas and comedies.
NBC, Fox, The CW and Adult Swim offer up a better look at the fall’s TV season by revealing pick-up pilots and cutting underperforming shows. The big news made be that Parks and Recreation was renewed for a sixth season.
NBC has passed on the television pilot based on Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurrt’s The Sixth Gun, but Oni Press suggests the project isn’t dead yet. Other pilots, including Sleepy Hollow and the J.J. Abrams-produced Human, fared better.
Tim Kring’s Heroes, which aired for four season on NBC, could be resurrected as part of MSN’s plans for original programming through Xbox.
As Abed stumbles into romance (in the coatroom, of all places), Community returns to what it does best: subverting expectations and oddball-comedy tropes.
Revolution stars stars Tracy Spiridakos and Billy Burke and co-executive producer David Rambo met with reporters at WonderCon to discuss the first season of NBC’s post-apocalyptic drama.
Creator Bryan Fuller and star Hugh Dancy discuss bringing horror to network television with Hannibal, the new NBC thriller based in part on Thomas Harris’ novel Red Dragon, which introduced the world to Dr. Lecter.
Depending upon your taste for television blood and violence, the trailer for Hannibal will either whet your appetite for NBC’s new thriller, or turn your stomach. But what is it about (fictional) cannibals that we find so intriguing?
Amid signs that NBC may be looking to replace one-time network favorite Jay Leno on The Tonight Show with rising star Jimmy Fallon, at least one thing is clear: Late-night television is in need of a serious overhaul.
Smallville alum Elena Satine will play Missy Hume in The Sixth Gun, a Carlton Cuse-produced pilot based on the supernatural Western by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt.