TV hell week is over: 15 sci-fi shows that survived the culling, 8 that did not
Trent Moore

The bloody, terrible culling -- aka the week before network TV up-fronts -- has come to an end. Gather ‘round, sci-fi fans, we have some good news and some bad news.

EXCLUSIVE: Alfonso Cuaron's visual style is seeped in the bones of NBC's Believe
Kathie Huddleston

NBC's new drama from Gravity's Alfonso Cuaron, Believe, will take full advantage of the Oscar winner's mastery of visual style and storytelling, said showrunner Jonas Pate in an exclusive interview with Blastr.

Watch the brutal opening scene of Abrams + Cuaron's new NBC series Believe
Trent Moore

The high-concept premise seems a bit far-fetched, but if the opening two minutes of NBC’s new series Believe are any indication, it’ll at least be entertaining.

Super powers and prison breaks in new trailer for Abrams/Cuaron series Believe
Trent Moore

A new trailer for J.J. Abrams and Alfonso Cuaron’s sci-fi series Believe actually does a pretty good job of setting up the high-concept premise.

Uh-oh! Abrams' new series loses showrunner (and goes on hiatus)
Trent Moore

It seems like J.J. Abrams isn’t content until he has a TV show on every network, to go along with his big screen Star Trek and Star Wars adventures. But, his latest show has hit a bit of a snag.

Uh-oh! That Abrams/Cuaron fantasy series already lost its 1st showrunner
Matthew Jackson

Is one of J.J. Abrams' two new genre series in trouble before it even premieres?

Watch trailer (and read the script) for Abrams' NBC series Believe
Trent Moore

One of the most mysterious shows of the fall is coming from J.J. Abrams, and now we finally have a good look at what he’s putting together for Believe.

Abrams gets ANOTHER new sci-fi TV series (and here's the 1st look)
Trent Moore

Not surprisingly, J.J. Abrams will have a few more new shows on TV this fall, and now we have the first look at his NBC series Believe.

See what 2 new sci-fi series JJ Abrams has in the works this fall
Trent Moore

He may be busy shepherding new installments of Star Wars and Star Trek, but that doesn’t mean J.J. Abrams has turned his back on the medium that made him famous.