There's event TV, and then there's NBC's The Event. Which had better be eventful, for NBC's sake.
You can tell a lot about a network's hope for a show from the way it's launched during the TCA press tour. For NBC, once again in a "rebuilding" year (as the execs put it) after last year's prime-time Jay Leno debacle, the highest expectations are pinned on ...
NBC has picked up J.J. Abrams' Undercovers as its first new drama series for the 2010-11 season.
Abrams — who's been behind Alias, Felicity, Lost and Fringe — co-wrote, produced and directed the pilot. British actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Bonekickers) and Boris Kodjoe (Resident Evil: Afterlife) will star as ...
TV villains throughout the years have ranged from characters that you love to hate to those you simply just hate and wish would go away Ben Michael Emerson from Lost Alexis Joan Collins from Dynasty JR Larry Hagman from Dallas and Abby Donna Mills from Knots Landing would fall into the first category Eden AnnaLynne McCord definitely belongs in the second one Ugh The character has no redeeming qualities I actually cringe whenever she is on screen Do I find fault in the actress portrayal No I just think Eden is being written to be way too hateful Interesting to know that everyone I talk to about the show agrees Thumbs down to Eden Same goes with most of you who have posted comments here Michael Jacksons You Are Not Alone runs thru my head when I read most of the commentsWhen Eden first appeared in this episode it seemed she was heading in a better direction When she encouraged her BGF Best Gay Friend Chaz Jai Rodriguez from Queer Eye to come
Clay-animated family pic Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit topped the weekend box office with a decent $16.1 million. After two weekends at No. 1, Jodie Foster's Flightplan slid to No. 2 with $10.8 million, followed by the Cameron Diaz-Toni Collette chick flick, In Her Shoes (No. 3 with $10 million); the Al Pacino-Matthew McConaughey man movie, Two for the Money (No. 4 with $8.4 million), and the Boris Kodjoe-Idris Elba, um, unisex musical (yeah, that's it), The Gospel (No. 5 with $8 million).