Team Bartowski! Zachary Levi is already making plans to bring Chuck back to life.
After the trailblazing success of the Veronica Mars Kickstarter-funded movie project, Zachary Levi now hints at the possibility of a Chuck movie.
Chris Fedak and Josh Schwartz made a geek-favorite with their beloved but ratings-challenged series Chuck, and now they hope lightning can strike twice on the small screen. Chuck fans, rejoice—the boys behind the Intersect are coming back to TV.
The cast of NBC's beloved Chuck hasn't had a ton going on since the series' conclusion this season, but now at least one former co-star has lined up a new big-screen gig: Werewolf hunter. So, which member of the Buy More gang is it?
As much as we love TV shows like Once Upon a Time, Fringe and The Walking Dead and the stories they're telling, there are some characters that we simply can't get enough of—so here are some pie-in-the-sky projects we'd kill to see happen.
With an adaptation of her old novel The Tale of the Body Thief already in the works, author Anne Rice is waxing poetic about who she'd like to take the lead role if her latest book makes it to the big screen.
It's the classic tale of David vs. Goliath—well, more like fan vs. network. Every season, a whole lot of television series are cancelled. Some survive for just a handful of episodes, while others get a full season or multiple seasons before receiving the axe. All good things must come to an end. And for sci-fi fans, that's doubly true.
We added still more shows to our list of genre programs to watch this week. Spartacus: Vengeance brought everyone's favorite gladiator back with his best season opener yet, and Keifer Sutherland's new show Touch dominated Wednesday night with its special series premiere preview.
We'll remember Chuck for many things. Crazy plots, awesome action, a love story that we couldn't stop caring about and plenty of laughs. But Chuck also packed a seemingly endless parade of mindblowing guest stars that included living legends, sci-fi greats and even those hardworking character actors that seem to pop up everywhere even though you can never remember their names.
NBC's Chuck signed off with a two-hour, two-episode finale that brought in the highest ratings of the season for the series, and the reviews were mostly pretty good.