The final season of the NBC comedy will take place in 2017, and promises to give us drones, clear tablets and a “Johnny Karate” television show.
The beloved series will return in January for its seventh and final season, with back-to-back episodes airing each week.
The sitcom stars The Office‘s Ellie Kemper as a woman adjusting to life in New York City after spending 15 years in a cult.
The classic family drama ended with Walnut Grove being destroyed. But why did Michael Landon do it?
The Grimm actress talks with SPINOFF about bringing her character Trubel to NBC’s supernatural police drama.
The animated retelling of the 2003 film also stars Ed Asner, Mark Hamill, Fred Armisen, Jay Leno and Matt Lauer.
The Constantine producer will conjure up more magic on the small screen with a limited series based on the 1980 novel.
The writer and producer of the proposed NBC comedy exited the project after learning of the original director’s disapproval.
Cameron Crowe took to Twitter to voice his disapproval of the potential sequel to the 1989 film in development at NBC.