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Believe Synopsis

Behind the headlines, beyond the spotlight -- there’s more to his story. Directed by Jon M. Chu (Never Say Never, G.I. Joe: Retaliation) Justin Bieber's Believe captures 19-year-old Justin Bieber unfiltered and brutally honest. In brand new interviews with Bieber, the movie reveals long-awaited answers to questions about his passion to make music, relationships and coming of age in the spotlight -- as well as never-before-seen concert footage, unprecedented behind-the-scenes access and special appearances from manager Scooter Braun, Patti Mallette, Usher, Ludacris and many more.
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Revolution And Two More Dramas Canceled By NBC Revolution And Two More Dramas Canceled By NBC
Today is a big but mostly bad day for fans of NBC’s programming. Community has reportedly already failed to reach its goal of six seasons and a movie and now it seems there is more bad news on the NBC front. Word on the street is that Revolution and two more dramas have all been flushed out of the NBC lineup. (Good news for Hannibal fans though!)

Revolution And Two More Dramas Canceled By NBC

Believe Review: J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Cuaron's Promising NBC Drama Premieres Tonight Believe Review: J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Cuaron's Promising NBC Drama Premieres Tonight
TV series that follow The Voice on Monday night tend to get a bit of a boost, and it's likely that NBC had that in mind when they set the premiere date for Believe, a promising new drama about an extraordinary little girl and the man who's tasked with protecting her.

Believe Review: J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Cuaron's Promising NBC Drama Premieres Tonight

J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Cuaron's 'Believe' Gets A Thrilling New Trailer, But Will It Be A Hit? J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Cuaron's 'Believe' Gets A Thrilling New Trailer, But Will It Be A Hit?
Coming up on NBC's midseason slate is a promising looking drama called Believe, which comes from J.J. Abrams and Alfonso Cuaron and centers on a little girl with extraordinary abilities and the man who's been tasked to protect her. NBC gave us a new look at the series, which doesn't arrive until March.

J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Cuaron's 'Believe' Gets A Thrilling New Trailer, But Will It Be A Hit?

NBC Sets Midseason Premiere Dates For Crisis, Believe, About A Boy And More NBC Sets Midseason Premiere Dates For Crisis, Believe, About A Boy And More
If you’re looking for a little midseason pick-me-up, perhaps the latest batch of shows from NBC will whet your appetite. The peacock has announced premiere dates for five of its upcoming series, including About a Boy, Growing Up Fisher, Believe, Crisis, and American Dream Builders. So grab your TV remote and get ready to fill up that DVR.

NBC Sets Midseason Premiere Dates For Crisis, Believe, About A Boy And More

This Rotten Week: Predicting Wolf Of Wall Street, 47 Ronin, Walter Mitty And More Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Wolf Of Wall Street, 47 Ronin, Walter Mitty And More Reviews
Well this is the big one. Christmas week is like, umm well, Christmas for moviegoers. Studios pump films on to the big screen knowing folks are on vacation and trying desperately to get away from their families. So they head to the theaters for a much-needed respite from holiday "cheer". It’s an extravaganza with wolves, Ronin, daydreamers, boxers and Beliebers.

This Rotten Week: Predicting Wolf Of Wall Street, 47 Ronin, Walter Mitty And More Reviews

Sienna Guillory Departing NBC's Upcoming New Series Believe Sienna Guillory Departing NBC's Upcoming New Series Believe
Pilots can be kind of strange sometimes. Go back and watch the first episode of some of your favorite TV shows and see how different the series looks in its first episode from what it went on to become in later seasons. For network television, and oftentimes cable, the pilot is not just the starting point of the series, but also the one-episode sample produced to sell the concept of the show to the network. Once the pilot goes to series, the writers or network may decide to make some changes.

Sienna Guillory Departing NBC's Upcoming New Series Believe

NBC 2013-2014 Schedule Moves Parenthood, Revolution And Chicago Fire, New Series Added NBC 2013-2014 Schedule Moves Parenthood, Revolution And Chicago Fire, New Series Added
A day ahead of their upfront presentation, NBC has posted their 2013-2014 schedule, which lays out where most of the new and returning series will air throughout the week come next fall. A few notable schedule changes appear to be taking place, including a move to Wednesdays for Revolution and a shift to Thursdays for Parenthood. Absent from the list is Community, but NBC did include it among the scripted series confirmed to return, so it will be back. It's just a matter of when.

NBC 2013-2014 Schedule Moves Parenthood, Revolution And Chicago Fire, New Series Added

About A Boy, Crisis And Believe Picked Up To Series At NBC About A Boy, Crisis And Believe Picked Up To Series At NBC
Yesterday, NBC announced the highly discussed modern-day Hatfields & McCoys pilot is not getting a pick up and the network also cancelled its fledgling series, Deception. Today, however, there are sunnier skies at the network, and NBC is on a roll with announcing pilot pick ups for next TV season. So far, there’s good news for those who have been following the J.J. Abrams program, Believe, as well as Jason Katims’ About a Boy comedy and Rand Ravich’s Crisis.

About A Boy, Crisis And Believe Picked Up To Series At NBC

Kyle MacLachlan Joins J.J. Abrams' NBC Pilot Believe Kyle MacLachlan Joins J.J. Abrams' NBC Pilot Believe
Kyle MacLachlan has made a career out of great TV roles, going al the way back to his part in Twin Peaks. Since then, the actor has played characters in a number of major series, and if things go well for J.J. Abrams' NBC drama pilot, he may be adding Believe to the list.

Kyle MacLachlan Joins J.J. Abrams' NBC Pilot Believe

J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Curaon's NBC Pilot Believe Casts Three More J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Curaon's NBC Pilot Believe Casts Three More
J.J. Abrams is plenty busy with his feature film career but that hasn't stopped the Star Trek Into Darkness director from continuing his work in television. The co-creator of LOST, not to mention the creative mind behind Felicity and Alias, got two more pilot orders early this year with one starting to put together a pretty great ensemble that includes Jamie Chung and Sienna Guillory.

J.J. Abrams And Alfonso Curaon's NBC Pilot Believe Casts Three More

Two J.J. Abrams Dramas Get Pilot Orders, Believe For NBC And A Futuristic Cop Drama For Fox Two J.J. Abrams Dramas Get Pilot Orders, Believe For NBC And A Futuristic Cop Drama For Fox
J.J. Abrams is kind of taking over the universe lately. Or the fictional universe anyway, when you factor in shows like Fringe, Revolution and Person of Interest - not to mention previous dramas Lost and Alias - and top it off with Star Trek and now the new Star Wars sequel, there's just no stopping him, and for those of us who love his work, that's just fine. Among his list of upcoming projects is a drama pilot, which NBC has just ordered, and another pilot over at Fox.

Two J.J. Abrams Dramas Get Pilot Orders, Believe For NBC And A Futuristic Cop Drama For Fox

Justin Bieber Throws Up In Middle Of Stage At Phoenix Concert Justin Bieber Throws Up In Middle Of Stage At Phoenix Concert
During last night’s opening show for Justin Bieber’s Believe tour, the pop star gave fans a little more than they were probably expecting. During his Phoenix suburb concert at the Jobing Arena, the normally suave 18-year old had to stop mid-performance to vomit on stage. We’re not talking a little spit-up, people, we’re talking full on stomach problems.

Justin Bieber Throws Up In Middle Of Stage At Phoenix Concert

Justin Bieber's Believe Sells Almost 400,000 Copies During First Week Justin Bieber's Believe Sells Almost 400,000 Copies During First Week
Justin Bieber’s NBC Special may not have attracted even close to the number of viewers the network was hoping for, but when it comes to more standard musical popularity tests, the teenager is one of the biggest players in the game. Earlier this month, more than two hundred thousand Mexicans showed up to watch him perform, and now, his newest album, Believe, has destroyed the competition during its first week of sales.

Justin Bieber's Believe Sells Almost 400,000 Copies During First Week

Free Justin Bieber Concert Brings Out More Than Two Hundred Thousand Mexicans Free Justin Bieber Concert Brings Out More Than Two Hundred Thousand Mexicans
On Monday, Bieber set up a stage in Zocalo Plaza—one of the 7 locations set up as part of the 18-year-old star’s Around the World tour. Bieber jumped around in neon sneakers and sang his little pop heart out for an audience that Mexico City authorities are stating featured roughly 210,000 fans, give or take a few.

Free Justin Bieber Concert Brings Out More Than Two Hundred Thousand Mexicans

Justin Bieber Fans Swell To Dangerous Levels In Norway Justin Bieber Fans Swell To Dangerous Levels In Norway
The singer recently embarked on his Believe tour, which is also rolling with the moniker All Around the World, an apt title, since his tour features the teen embarking on several months of performing around the world. Tonight, he is set to perform in Oslo, Norway; however, currently the tens and thousands of fans waiting outside the Oslo Opera House are on the verge of a riot, leaving the police a moment away from shutting the hullabaloo down.

Justin Bieber Fans Swell To Dangerous Levels In Norway

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