NBC has ordered a short season of the fantasy pirate serial, Crossbones.
NBC has ordered a full season of the new Jekyll and Hyde adaptation.
It’s that time of year again. Yes, the current round of shows are ending, while the networks plan the upcoming season.
NBC has ordered a season of the J.J. Abrams created sci-fi drama.
NBC and Sony have sent a cease and desist letter to Travis Richley, the producer, co-writer, and star of the upcoming web-series Inspector Spacetime.
In anticipation of the March 1st premier of Awake, NBC has posted the entire pilot on YouTube.
Recently, NBC announced that it had picked up Revolution, a new series from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke and popular film and television producer J. J. Abrams.
NBC, which has been making lots of news lately about its new genre shows for next year, has finally posted an extended trailer for Awake.
Yes, The Munsters are coming back to television, courtesy of NBC.
We've certainly been hearing a lot of interesting news lately about genre pilots, and it looks like this fall will find television audiences awash in science fiction/fantasy programs.
The noble peacock turns to the genres to save its television ratings.
Opinion is often mixed on Guy Ritchie, who first burst on the scene with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.
NBC has ordered a full season of Grimm, the popular new fantasy police procedural.
NBC News' Twitter account was hacked Friday, and false messages posted claiming that an airliner had crashed into the former site of the World Trade Center.
President Obama embraced social media as a candidate and he won the presidency. So naturally the Republican candidates in this election will use Facebook in in their quests for the big job.
All four of the major networks have checked in and announced their fall line-ups.
NBC yesterday announced that they’re adding Grimm to the fall line-up. Today, we’ve got a first look at the new show.
Rumors abound that NBC’s The Event will not be back for another season. However, I don’t hear a thousand voices crying out at its loss.
The SyFy Channel seems determined to snub geeks, nerds and technophiles by blocking access to its programming on Google TV-powered devices.
When it comes to securing and selling ad time on TV networks, apparently Google just can't make the cut.