LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – After years of giving you the chills, J.J. Abrams wants to tickle your funnybone. The “Lost” and “Revolution” honcho is spreading his wings into the comedy arena with a new project, “Adulting,” that has landed a put-pilot agreement with Fox, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. The single-camera, […]
“Fringe” fans may be feeling bittersweet as the sci-fi TV show enters its final season, but executive producer J.H. Wyman pledged on Wednesday to give fans a satisfying conclusion and “the love letter they deserve.”
CBS’s once-mighty comedy lineup on Monday nights fell into third place on the first “official” night of the new fall season. Details …
J.J. Abrams once received a tongue in the mail. The producer/director (best known for ABC’s “Lost”) told the story on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” Friday night on NBC. Abrams came on the show to promote the premiere this coming Monday night (Sept. 17) of his newest TV series, “Revolution,” on NBC (10/9c). But before […]
“Revolution” creator and executive producer J.J. Abrams dropped by “The Today Show” Friday morning to explain his new show, something the master of complicated mystery dramas is used to doing by now.
From the brain trust of executive producers J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke, NBC’s buzzy new drama “Revolution” (premiering Monday, Sept. 17 at 10/9c) features a compelling hook: what would happen if the entire world suddenly experienced a permanent blackout? Their answer does not involve everyone becoming Amish. Instead, after fifteen years without electricity or combustion engines, […]
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – NBC’s upcoming drama “Revolution” – which imagines a future where all sources of energy have disappeared – will help viewers get in the mood with a bicycle-powered screening next week. The screening Tuesday in New York City is one of ten screenings planned around the country before the show’s premiere. Cyclists […]
Elizabeth Mitchell is joining the cast of J.J. Abrams’ new show, “Revolution” on NBC.
“Fringe” is heading into its fifth and final season, but it’s doing so without the man who helped guide the series.
NBC on Sunday became the first of the broadcast networks to announce its fall lineup. We have the lineup, and full details …