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One Way Lost Could Come Back, According To Damon Lindelof
Damon Lindelof thinks Lost could return at some point, but there would be some major behind-the-scenes changes involved.
Meryl Streep Is Heading to TV, Get The Details
Meryl Streep is one of the most celebrated actresses of all time, and she has the Academy Awards to prove it. Now, however, she's moving away from Academy Award territory and taking part in a new TV series that could be fantastic.
We Might Get A New TV Show About Michael Jackson, Get The Details
One of the greatest entertainers of the modern era - and certainly one who inspired the most insane headlines - Michael Jackson never lacked for curiosity during his life, so it's no surprise that creative minds are tapping into his story for future projects.
Person Of Interest Is Probably Cancelled, According To J.J. Abrams
While some networks choose to announce they are ending shows ahead of time, most of the major networks still prefer to wait until spring to ultimately make a decision about whether or not a show will be returning.
11.22.63 Trailer Sends James Franco Back In Time With A Mission
Going back to his TV roots, J.J. Abrams will be adapting Stephen King’s acclaimed novel 11/22/63 into a series. Hulu has just released a trailer for the upcoming series and it’s ready to break the internet. Take a look at the trailer now.
J.J. Abrams Will Time Travel With This Stephen King Novel
It’s taken a full 17 months for this news to finally turn into something concrete, but J.J. Abrams and his company Bad Robot Productions are adapting Stephen King’s excellent 2011 novel 11/22/63 into an event series.
Cameron Crowe, J.J. Abrams And My So Called Life Creator Team For Showtime Comedy Pilot
Not only did Crowe write the script for the pilot, but he’ll also be directing, making this his first trip into the world of TV. Interestingly, Roadies is getting a one-hour pilot, though they’re aiming to make it a half-hour series should Showtime give it a full order.
Star Trek TV Series Probably Won't Happen Anytime Soon
With J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot all over TV these days — including the recently premiered Fox cop drama Almost Human — added to his involvement in the Star Trek franchise, it’s a wonder we haven’t heard word that there might be a Star Trek revival headed to the small screen in some form or another. Abrams spoke briefly about that recently, and it sounds like CBS is currently responsible for the fate of the Star Trek TV franchise, and they aren’t currently interested in doing anything with the property.
J.J Abrams Developing Rod Serling's The Stops Along the Way
J.J. Abrams seems to have his paws in all sorts of classic sci-fi properties these dates, having just released Star Trek Into Darkness and digging in to direct Star Wars: Episode VII, but now he's getting set to dive into the mind of one of the genre's greatest minds.Abrams and his production house Bad Robot are now developing a project based on a script that Twilight Zone legend Rod Serling wrote shortly before his death in 1975.
Almost Human Trailer Partners Man With Machine For Abrams And Wyman's Futuristic Cop Drama
J.J. Abrams and Fringe creator J.H. Wyman is Almost Human, a futuristic buddy cop drama with some great looking sci-fi elements. The series is set a few decades into the future when cops are partnered with humanoid robots. The trailer does a great job of laying the scene and introducing us to the lead characters. The first is John Kennex (Karl Urban), a cop who survived a catastrophic attack on the police department, though he lost a leg in the ordeal.
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.
J.J. Abrams' Almost Human, Orci & Kurtzman's Sleepy Hollow And 2 More Get Series Orders At Fox
After months of pilot orders and casting news, we're now starting to learn the fate of the pilots in development for the 2013-2014 season. Earlier, we shared word that NBC was passing on a number of pilots, including the modern-day Hatfields & McCoys drama, and tonight brings word of a number of pickups over at Fox, among which is the Sleepy Hollow drama from Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, as well as the robot-cop drama from Fringe's J.H. Wyman and J.J. Abrams, Almost Human.
Stephen King's 11/22/63 Could Be Adapted For A TV Series By J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot
There seems to be no shortage of Stephen King novels in development for film and television. We have Under the Dome to look forward to on CBS in June, and the upcoming Carrie remake set to hit theaters in October. And there's always the Dark Tower project that may or may never happen, not to mention The Stand, which may also be a wait (but hopefully well worth waiting for). And the latest news related to King's imaginative works has to do with one of his more recent novels, 11/22/63.
Minka Kelly Joins J.J. Abrams' Sci-Fi Buddy Cop Pilot
Things didn't work out so well for ABC's attempt to reboot Charlie's Angels, but perhaps Minka Kelly will have more luck with the Fox drama in the works from J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot and J.H. Wyman. The Friday Night Lights star has signed on to co-star in the sci-fi buddy cop drama, which already has Michael Ealy on board to play an android. Kelly's character will presumably be human.
Common Law's Michael Ealy To Play An Android Cop In J.J. Abrams Fox Pilot
Michael Ealy demonstrated his ability to comfortably and confidently wear a badge in USA's short-lived cop drama Common Law, and we may see him back on the small screen soon enough, sporting a bit of metal, on the inside and out. The actor has been tapped to play the robot half of a robot/human cop partnership in J.J. Abrams untitled futuristic Fox pilot.
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.
Alias' J.J. Abrams And Ken Olin Team Up For CW Pilot Electropolis
Since Alias wrapped up in 2006, executive producer Ken Olin has moved on to other projects, including Brothers & Sisters and Fox's medical/crime drama The Mob Doctor. Meanwhile, J.J. Abrams has had a hand in numerous projects on both the big and small screens, including Fringe, Alcatraz, Person of Interest, not to mention Lost and Star Trek.
Adulting Blog And Book To Be Adapted For Fox Comedy Pilot, Produced By J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot
Fox has handed out another put pilot commitment today, this time to a comedy based on a book spawned by a blog. Adulting draws on the advice of Kelly Williams Brown, an Oregon journalist whose off-beat blog helps those of us still struggling with growing up learn how to act like adults. The single-camera comedy comes from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot and writers Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein of The Vow.
Alfonso Cuaron And J.J. Abrams Team Up For A Superhero Drama
Here's an unlikely collaboration for a new TV drama: Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men) has joined forces with geek icon J.J. Abrams (Lost, Star Trek) to write and produce a new high concept sci-fi TV pilot for NBC and Warner Bros. TV. The project will also be co-written by screenwriter Mark Friedman (Home Of the Brave).
Fringe's J.J. Abrams And J.H. Wyman Team Up For Robot Buddy Cop Drama Pilot At Fox
Fringe may be wrapping up this season, but it looks like executive producers J.J. Abrams and J.H. Wyman are still looking to work with one another. The duo have teamed up for a new sci-fi project that has received a pilot production commitment from Fox. This marks the second recently announced robot-themed TV project in development for network TV.

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