The intriguing pilot for Bryan Fuller's (Pushing Daisies, Dead Like Me) modern day reboot of The Munsters came and went as a TV-movie a few weeks ago—but it turns out Mockingbird Lane was originally a lot darker than what made it to screen.
The Munsters are back, and they're at the center of a Halloween special called Mockingbird Lane. NBC's released a new featurette that takes us behind the scenes of the spooky reboot.
Yesterday, NBC released new footage from their Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane. It introduced Grandpa and Lily Munster in all their supernatural glory. Today, we have another clip that highlights Lily's other half—Herman.
Brace yourselves, the Munsters are moving in. This week, NBC airs their pilot turned Halloween special Mockingbird Lane. And o prepare for the event, they've released a clip highlighting the clan's most bloodthirsty members.
Hot on the heels of those awesome Mockingbird Lane official pics, NBC has released the first footage from that Munsters reboot and it looks ... well, actually pretty darn fantastic.
NBC is finally dishing out promotion for Mockingbird Lane. They've released 11 photos from the series turned special that feature the revamped Munsters. Back in July, we caught a glimpse of the clan when a leaked photo hit the net. Now we've got official images courtesy of the network itself.
The long, arduous tale of Bryan Fuller's (Pushing Daisies, Hannibal) upcoming Munsters reboot has been well-documented, with the latest news hinting that it may not be long for this world. Now, we finally have our answer.
Are you ready for the new Munsters? You're in luck, because a leaked photo featuring the cast of Mockingbird Lane has debuted online. It gives us a rough look at Herman, Lily, Eddie and Marilyn Munster, plus their vampy grandpa.
Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane is finally taking shape over at NBC under the leadership of Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller and X-Men director Bryan Singer. Four months after the pilot was ordered, the show has finally cast its first role: a revamped, sexy Grandpa Munster.
TV fandoms are powerful and they talk with their wallets, so it's no surprise that toy and collectibles companies at this year's American International Toy Fair in New York City are reaching out big time to TV fans with everything from collector cards to high-end character busts.