J.J. Abrams, co-creator of the hit television series “Lost” and one of Hollywood’s top producer-directors of supernatural films and TV shows, will receive the Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television, the Producers Guild of America said on Monday.
NBC has released its full midseason 2013 schedule, including the hotly anticipated return of “Community.” The long-delayed fourth season of the cult NBC comedy, which was pulled from its original October 19 premiere date, will return on Thursday, February 7 in its former 8 PM timeslot. Add “Community” to Your Queue Joining the midseason lineup […]
During NBC’s slow slide to near-irrelevancy in prime time over the past decade, a succession of entertainment executives sat in boardrooms plotting comeback moves that didn’t work.
In an earlier era, the 9.2 million viewers who watched NBC’s “Revolution” in its regular time slot on television’s premiere week wouldn’t impress many television executives.
At least three of NBC’s freshman shows will “Go On.” The network announced Tuesday the first renewal news of the 2012-13 TV season, granting full-season pick-ups to three of its new shows: the Monday night adventure drama “Revolution” and two sitcoms, Matthew Perry’s “Go On” and “The New Normal” from creator Ryan Murphy (“Glee,” “American […]
NBC claimed victory on Tuesday in television’s closely-watched official premiere week, coming out on top in the coveted 18-49 age group of viewers for the first time since 2003.
“Revolution” makes some intriguing revelations on tonight’s episode, ones that will shed some light on the backstory of brooding Miles Matheson (Billy Burke).
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.