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.
Got 44 minutes to spare? Sure, you do! Especially since you can check out the entire first episode of NBC's new blackout sci-fi series Revolution for free. Make sure your laptop is fully juiced.
Long before J.J. Abrams was the darling of Hollywood, he was the mind behind one of the most wildly awesome (and occasionally off-the-rails) series with ABC's Alias. Turns out, original star Jennifer Garner (Daredevil, Elektra) is actually up for getting the band back together—she just has one little requirement.
To be the man leading the charge into so many big-budget blockbusters these days, you'd think filmmaker J.J. Abrams was a fan of all those monster budgets. Turns out, he absolutely hates that movies have gotten so darn expensive.
With a story centered around a global blackout, J.J. Abrams (Lost) and Eric Kripke's (Supernatural) upcoming post-apocalyptic series Revolution looks to be one of the most epic series coming this fall. Want to see what happens when the power goes out?
In addition to showing off awesome Zelda tunes, the Olympics are also good for a few other things—namely some brand new footage from J.J. Abrams' new NBC series Revolution.
Though J.J. Abrams connected his Star Trek reboot to the world of the original series with some awesome cameos by Leonard Nimoy, there hasn't been much buzz about other Trek stars popping up. But the star of the final series to grace the small screen wants in the next time around.