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It’s been a few months since we’ve seen any real info on Casey, Severide and the rest of the Chicago Fire gang. However, this week, the NBC drama released the first Season 4 trailer for the hit series, and it’s a doozy, picking up with Casey’s ultimate kidnapping from the end of last season.
Acting out superpowers on a TV show requires the actors involved to do some weird things on set while filming, and that can get awkward. Such is the case for Heroes Reborn and Masi Oka, who plays time traveller Hiro Nakamura.
Today, NBC announced that casting has begun on its latest competition series Spartan Race, which has an over-the-top premise and comes from the producers of the network’s already-successful franchise American Ninja Warrior. Details on the new premise, here.
It’s not often that NBC’s reality competition series America’s Got Talent finds itself under hot water, but that’s exactly what happened during this week’s broadcast. Here's the joke that Howie Mandel immediately regretted on the NBC show.
When The Biggest Loser returns for Season 17, it will have already lost something, and it’s got nothing to do with pounds. For the first time in many seasons, the show will be missing one of its most familiar faces.
Chicago Med has more clout than most new shows have before premiering, thanks to being a part of an already successful franchise. A spinoff of both Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D., the new drama is expected to hit at midseason.
During the first round, Jimmy Fallon caught the Project Runway host in a lie when she failed to admit she had a mini bathtub filled with Fireball in front of her. After the round, she convinced the late night host to throw back a shot of the cinnamon whiskey.
Revenge was canceled just a few short months ago by ABC, but some of our favorite actors and actress are already hopping along to new projects and one of them is joining NBC's The Player.
On Monday, NBC announced that Season 41 will kick off with a couple of fun female guests and the return of Tracy Morgan to television. That’s right, one of 30 Rock’s biggest funnymen is finally headed back to the small screen.
The new Tonight Show game “Phone Booth” is up there with the zaniest, and it’s probably the only time you’ll see Big Bird, Kevin Spacey and E.T. kicking it in the same room. Though hopefully it's not the last time that happens.
No property ever created for a single medium can ever avoid be optioned for another. It’s this inevitable rule of media that leads to such things nobody asked for as the Beverly Hillbillies movie or Johnny Depp in Dark Shadows. Now we have another to add to the list.
While it’s possibly true that many network execs wish that they had the success rate of the streaming giant Netflix, that doesn’t mean they want to mimic the way the company has built its empire. Just ask NBC, who tried it with Aquarius.
Fox has Gotham and the comic-based Lucifer coming up, while CBS is gearing up to introduce Supergirl. Since NBC cancelled, Constantine, however, the network is bereft of a superhero show, and is hoping to curb that with Powerless, a half-hour superhero comedy project.
Heroes Reborn is gearing up for a splashy premiere over at NBC. While we’ve seen footage and know a bit about the new and returning cast, as well. This week at the TCA summer press tour, Heroes Reborn creator Tim Kring admitted that one fan favorite won’t be returning.
With the slew of reboots, remakes and revivals that are already committed to series, it’s easy to forget that NBC’s Law & Order was listed as another show that could make a comeback this past winter. Obviously, it's summer, so what is the revival's status?