With the musical “Smash” and horror drama “The River” premiering back to back, it seems like Steven Spielberg is executive producing just about everything on TV these days. How many shows is the busy media mogul responsible for, anyway? More than other multi-hyphenates like J.J. Abrams and Jerry Bruckheimer? We did the math and figured out which big-name exec producer has bragging rights to being the busiest this season.
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… J.J. Abrams is executive producing a pilot for The CW. So what crazy sci-fi mystery will unfurl before our eyes in Shelter? It follows the staff at a New England summer resort as they tend to the needs of the guests! Wait, that’s it? Is the resort a portal to Hell? Are we looking at the guests from another dimension? Is the hotel a giant sentient robot… Continue reading News Briefs: J.J. Abrams Sells a Pilot to The CW
Screw it! I’m making a deal with The CW!
… Super-producer J.J. Abrams is bringing his talents to The CW. The Lost co-creator is teaming up with the creator of One Tree Hill (how did that come about?) for a drama set at an inn in Maine. The show is tentatively titled Maine. That’s it. No time travel, no mysterious monsters, no Kerri Russell. Just a hotel… Continue reading News Briefs: J.J. Abrams Sells a New Project to The CW
When it was revealed back in November that Benicio Del Toro was J.J. Abrams’s choice to play the villain in ‘Star Trek 2,’ only one name jumped to the lips of Trekkies around the world: Khan. (Or perhaps “KHAAAAAAAAN.”) Late Friday, the website Latino Review reported that all that speculation was indeed accurate: according to sources, Del Toro will play Khan in the ‘Star Trek’ sequel… Continue reading Benicio Del Toro as Khan in 'Star Trek 2'? 'Not True' Says J.J. Abrams
Because no one wants to see a picture of Eric Kripke and J.J. Abrams.
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… The following pairing goes together better than a shot of whiskey and cheap beer: J.J. Abrams (co-creator of Lost) and Eric Kripke (creator of Supernatural) are working together on Revolution for NBC. The drama will soon be headed into pilot production and is so far described only as an epic… Continue reading J.J. Abrams and Supernatural's Eric Kripke Want a Revolution at NBC