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 NBC’s ‘Heroes’ is coming back

Heroes lives: NBC helped kickstart the superhero TV trend in 2006 with Heroes, an X-Men-ish action-drama about a group of people with superhuman powers. Now the network is bringing back the show for a 13-episode event series to air in 2015. Original series creator Tim Kring is on board to run the show. Titled Heroes Reborn, the project is billed as a… Continue reading NBC’s ‘Heroes’ is coming back

True Blood star Stephen Moyer has been cast in NBC’s live holiday production of The Sound of Music.

Moyer will portray World War I hero and single father Capt. Georg Von Trapp, who is living in Austria on the cusp of World War II. He falls for his governess, Maria (Carrie Underwood), who he hires to take care of his children.

The three-hour production is scheduled for Dec. 5 and will… Continue reading ‘True Blood’ star cast in NBC’s ‘Sound of Music’

NBC’s ‘Hannibal’: The gag reel! — EXCLUSIVE

The rule of thumb is: The more serious the project, the funnier the gag reel. And you can’t get much more deadly serious than NBC’s stylishly Kubrickian thriller Hannibal, which impressed fans and established a passionate fan base last season. Below is a couple minutes from the show’s gag reel that just screened at the show’s Comic-Con panel.

Bonus! We also have the details on Hannibal‘s home video release: Season… Continue reading NBC’s ‘Hannibal’: The gag reel! — EXCLUSIVE

camp rachel griffiths nbc Camp review: NBCs summer dramedy should be sent home early for bad behavior“Camp” is the sort of show that gives scripted summer TV a bad name. Broad, cheap and tedious, it wouldn’t have the slightest chance of cracking a major network’s schedule during the regular season.

But in the summer — or so the theory goes — anything can draw some fans, simply because there’s so little competition. Not that that line of thinking is helping ABC’s… Continue reading 'Camp' review: NBC's summer dramedy should be sent home early for bad behavior

siberia reality show premiere review nbc Siberia review: NBCs new show questions reality

“Siberia” may not be real, but it does make you question the entire concept of “reality” on television. In this age of scripted looks into stylized life, is the new NBC show any less real than the reality shows it seems to mimic?

At its most basic, “Siberia” is a direct heir to the found-footage genre so popular in horror films. The show takes