The mythology of “Supernatural” got a sudden growth spurt in “As Time Goes By.” Now that the Winchester boys know that their grandfather was once a member of the Men of Letters, where will the show take us next? Executive producer Bob Singer gave us the scoop.
Warning: There are some big spoilers ahead for both this episode and the following one. Read at your own peril.
We will be seeing the… Continue reading 'Supernatural': Executive producer Bob Singer talks about 'As Time Goes By' and what's coming next
NBC’s TV version of the 2002 Hugh Grant film About a Boy is going to the next level.
The network has given a pilot order to the project, which is based on the Nick Hornby novel. The single-camera comedy is executive produced by Jason Katims (Parenthood, Friday Night Lights) follows a slacker bachelor whose world is upended after a young boy and his single mother move in next door… Continue reading ‘About a Boy’ from ‘Parenthood’ producer gets NBC pilot order
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The writer-producer of the upcoming film Killing Lincoln says infamous presidential assassin John Wilkes Booth could be a “poster boy for the tea party.”
The incendiary comment was made on National Geographic Channel’s press tour panel Friday. Killing Lincoln dramatizes the final days of the 16h president and the man who killed him. The film’s writer and executive producer Erik Jendresen criticized the typical portrayal of Booth as a… Continue reading ‘Killing Lincoln’ producer says John Wilkes Booth could be tea party ‘poster boy’
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Matters turned grim on tonight’s Walking Dead — which is rather impressive for a show which tends to feature more zombie mayhem before its opening credits than Downton Abbey does in an entire season (come on, you lazy aristocratic bastards!).
Yes, the word-of-the-week was “torture” as Merle (Michael Rooker), the Governor (David Morrissey), and even Rick… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ executive producer Robert Kirkman talks about tonight’s show, ‘When the Dead Come Knocking’