It was only minutes after Disney announced they would be making new Star Wars movies that fans went nuts wondering who George Lucas would tap to direct the next generation of the classic sci-fi franchise. Several weeks later, the rumor mill hasn't slowed down.
Ever since the early days of Heroes and Lost, the big networks have been trying to find another mainstream sci-fi hit. Well, the wait is over, because NBC seems to have struck gold with electricity-free series Revolution. But how did producer J.J. Abrams get the network to bite on the high concept drama?
It's a game of musical chairs out there right now, with everyone wondering who might tackle the next installment in the Star Wars saga. Well now, two more big names have chimed in on whether or not they'd be interested in the job.
The cult hit Lost may have come to a controversial end a few years ago, but that hasn't stopped fans from clamoring for more. Now, at least one of the former castaways says he's game for a return to the mysterious island.
We'd heard a while back that J.J. Abrams and current Fringe showrunner J.H. Wyman were working on a new sci-fi series—and now Wyman has been kind enough to spill the beans.
Star Trek director J.J. Abrams made an appearance on Conan last night and brought with him something very, very precious: Our very first blink-or-you'll-miss-it teaser clip for the highly anticipated Trek sequel titled Star Trek Into Darkness.
Despite selling a pretty high sci-fi concept, the masses have fallen in love with J.J. Abrams' latest brainchild Revolution, which has carried NBC to some record viewership the past few weeks. To that end, there's some good news to share.
Hey Fringe fans, don't worry—the series may be ending this year, but there will be no shortage of J.J. Abrams' series on television next fall.
We're coming into the home stretch before the final season of Fringe premieres on Friday, Sept. 28, and Fox wants to make sure we know what we're getting into with the Observer-ruled world of 2036. Luckily, we have another creepy Observer PSA to break it down for us.
With Alcatraz long gone, and Fringe's final season on the way, Fox is keen to stay in the J.J. Abrams business. The latest idea? A near-future, buddy cop series featuring human-like cyborgs.