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.
Check out a few new pics from Revolution's midseason return.
The cancellation gods have claimed their first victim of the new debuts, and it looks like TV fans were not in the mood for a modern day spin on Jekyll and Hyde this season.
Before it landed at AMC, The Walking Dead danced around a few other networks first—with NBC fairly close to picking up the series before letting it pass. So why did NBC drop out?
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?
With its recent third season premiere, AMC's zombie drama The Walking Dead proved itself as one of the biggest and most popular shows on modern television. But, did you know it almost didn't end up on the niche cable channel?
We finally learned last week, after months of waiting, that the pilot for NBC's Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane would get the one-off Halloween special treatment rather than a full series pickup. But according to creator Bryan Fuller, it's not over yet, and you'll think so too after you see the special.
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.
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.
Word on the street is that Bryan Fuller's Munsters reboot, Mockingbird Lane, has been given the chop before its pilot even aired on NBC. That's what everyone heard. Everyone, that is, except for Bryan Fuller.