If there's a down side to watching all of those cooking shows that air on the various cable channels, it's that all of the delicious food being prepared by chefs -- amateur and professional alike -- are inaccessible to us through our television sets. We can look, but we can't taste.
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey are interested in putting together a sequel to the hit mini-series The Bible, and the prolific producers have already found a network for the project. On Monday, NBC announced it had signed on for A.D.: Beyond the Bible, the follow-up project that will follow the years after the death of Jesus Christ.
History Channelís The Bible still has four episodes to air over the next two weeks, so if you havenít caught the TV miniseries, you still have a chance. If you are already a fan of the miniseries, which History is dubbing ďthe greatest story ever told,Ē youíll be able to purchase the series much sooner than you might guess. The Bible will hit Blu-ray, DVD, and digital HD on April 2.
TBS is putting together two brand new unscipted series with fairly big names involved. The first upcoming program has Americaís Got Talentís Howie Mandel at the helm and the second has prolific producer Mark Burnett, who has his hands in producing pots as well-known as Survivor and Shark Tank. Both new unscripted shows are expected to premiere sometime in 2013.
Syfy doesnít appear to be shying away from the ghost business anytime soon. The network, which continues to air the popular unscripted series Ghost Hunters, is set to bring another paranormal-themed show to the network, which tells the true stories of potentially haunted schools across the country.
Mark Burnett has decided to do his best King James impersonation by bringing his vision of the The Bible to The History Channel. Yes, the man best known for producing such hard-hitting series as Survivor and The Apprentice will bring you the word of GOD... in a 10-part miniseries to air on the History Channel.
Late night host Carson Daly is also in place as The Voiceís host, providing more stability to the offering many suspected would be cast aside as an American Idol also ran
NBCís The Voice premiers on April 26th at 9 PM EST. Donít expect it to do Idol-like numbers, but it should compete fairly well during its heated Tuesday night timeslot
Word is officially in. Sarah Palinís getting her own reality show! Discovery Communications signed a deal with the former governor of Alaska for her to star in a series centering on the 49th state.
It looks like This is Your Life will be returning to American TV. The series, which has been on the air in various forms in the US and overseas, originated as a radio program back in 1948 when people didnít have TVís and instead, gathered around their giant radios to listen to Little Orphan Annie and other programs.