Netflix is becoming kind of known for swooping in and rescuing cancelled series, but the situation involving Tina Fey's new comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a bit different, as this half-hour comedy about a doomsday cult escapee wasn't technically cancelled by NBC and hasn't even aired yet.
When Parks and Recreation returns to NBC for its seventh and final season, it’s going to be a different show in many ways, from its shifted time frame to Leslie’s new job to her and Ben’s triplets. But it will resemble past seasons in several ways as well, especially with some of the characters coming back.
It’s difficult to believe that SNL is already partway through its 40th season on NBC. The show has seen many hosts and musical guests give live TV a shot over the years, and on Thursday, the network announced the latest round of hosts and musical guests headed to Studio 8H.
For years, The Biggest Loser has helped contestants to drop a significant amount of weight. While the end results are often beneficial, the road to weight loss can be a tough one, as evidenced in this new video from NBC, which highlights some of the shows most empowering and emotional moments.
We know it can be tough to keep track of all the new and upcoming network shows. So, we’ve devised a list of all of the major networks, mentioning each of the primetime shows that have begun airing or will air this season, also noting whether new shows have been picked up for additional episodes, canceled or renewed.
NBC just became the latest company to turn on Bill Cosby. On Wednesday, the network announced that it has dropped plans to have the veteran comedian return to primetime. Writers on the show were informed today that the sitcom starring Cosby as the head of a family would not be moving forward to series.
Put on your “I’ve heard that one before” hats, because NBC’s Today is once again in the middle of a ruckus over putting a brand new executive to pasture. Read the latest controversy here.
Celebrities can be fickle, and I’m sure The Tonight Show has to deal with cancelations all the time. However, U2’s weeklong residency on the show was set to be a bigger deal than the average guest appearance. After Bono was injured, the band quit the gig and Jimmy Fallon and company had to get creative.
Peter Pan Live! has been coming together over at NBC for months now, but on Monday, the network finally released some footage from the live production, which spotlights Allison Williams’ makeover to look like a young boy, as well as Christopher Walken in his full Captain Hook regalia.
Despite only airing four episodes, NBC’s Constantine has viewers buzzing, and series lead Matt Ryan already has his sights set on taking the sarcastic occultist to the next level.
With The Hunger Games’ Woody Harrelson on board to host, SNL was pretty topical over the weekend. Chief among these was “The Dudleys,” a brand new sketch looking at the state of sitcoms on network television, as well as the effects social media has had on TV. It’s funny, to boot!
It was pretty obvious to everyone that Katherine Heigl wasn’t yet finished leading television series, and State of Affairs, her first post-Grey’s Anatomy project, is one that rivals the former series in its overly dramatic tone and self-important approach.
Ron Perlman is an actor who gets a lot of unique opportunities. He’s the type of guy that can hop from Pacific Rim to Sons of Anarchy to Adventure Time and other diverse projects, provided the gigs fit into his schedule. Now, he’s headed to NBC’s drama The Blacklist.
SNL hits a home run of a sketch about Mayor De Blasio's new marijuana policy. Woody Harrelson leads the pack in the hysterical 4 minute clip.
I was going to try and report this story through a ham radio from the future, but it turns out that’s not a justifiable excuse for “plenty o’ spending money” from the powers that be here. So it is with less fanfare that I tell you guys about the next film heading to TV.