While the initial reviews weren’t stellar across the board, Revolution, the new series from JJ Abrams, has been racking up fairly decent ratings since the series debuted three weeks ago.
Revolution is one of three trillion shows and movies JJ Abrams has in development, and you’ve almost certainly seen the ubiquitous promos for it by now.
It was a great idea when I first heard about it, and like a lot of genre stories, it begins with a great, "What if?" idea.
It seems like every time you turn around there is a new JJ Abrams project in development.
NBC has released the pilot for its upcoming dystopian adventure serial by veteran genre filmmaker J.J. Abrams.
NBC and Warner Bros. Television have released a preview for its upcoming dystopian adventure serial.
By now you've probably seen the teaser commercials for Revolution, the new show by JJ Abrams that's slated to debut on September 17.
Jon Favreau first came on the scene with the comedy Swingers, and he's transitioned well into directing with such films as Elf, Zathura, and of course, the first Iron Man film.
NBC and Warner Bros. Television have released a trailer for their upcoming dystopian adventure serial Revolution.
Revolution - yet another JJ Abrams inspired series - recently received the green light for a season at NBC.
NBC has ordered a season of the J.J. Abrams created sci-fi drama.
Recently, rumors were running rampant that Russell Crowe was up for the lead in the remake of Robocop.
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.
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.
It seems like every time I turn around JJ Abrams has a new project set up.
LG is launching the first Android phone with Netflix support out of the box.
Sometimes it seems like Facebook and Twitter are nothing more than sites designed for updating exactly what you ate for lunch. But recently, the social networking sites have proved themselves far more useful, helping to fuel political change in both Egypt and Tunisia.
Remember Senator “Shady” Joe Lieberman’s (I-Conn) Internet “Kill Switch” Bill? It appears that Lieberman and friends are preparing to trot out the unpopular bill for another attempt to initiate a government power grab.
Acclaimed science fiction writer Ray Bradbury says he is mad at president Barack Obama.