Fringe, Jeff Pinkner
Fringe is gearing up for its fifth and final season, but it will do so without one of its head honchos.
TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that Jeff Pinkner, an executive producer who has run the Fox series alongside J.H. Wyman since Season 2, has stepped down. Sources tell us it was...
J.J. Abrams is known for creating shows filled with twists and plotlines that are hard to comprehend, but that won't be the case on his new NBC series Revolution, star Billy Burke says.
Upfronts: Check out NBC's new fall lineup
"You're not going to be that confused, actually," Burke told TVGuide.com on the NBC upfront red carpet. "It's ... linear and not hard to follow."
NBC logo, Fox logo
When people call the network upfronts one long song and dance, they're not kidding.
NBC has released trailers for its new fall series, along with previews for midseason players Save Me, Infamous and 1600 Penn. Check them out below.
Fall TV scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
Revolution, from J.J. Abrams, Supernatural's Eric Kripke and Bryan Burk, is a high-octane action drama that follows a group of people struggling to survive and reunite with their loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have...
Kiefer Sutherland, Sarah Jones, George Stults
Good news and bad news at Fox on Wednesday.
The network axed freshman series Alcatraz and The Finder, while renewing Kiefer Sutherland's Touch, according to Deadline and their sister site TVLine. Fox declined to comment until their Upfront presentation next week.
Fall TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
Alcatraz, the mystery series from...
Justin Kirk, Bill Pullman
NBC's 2012-2013 TV lineup is going to the dogs, the cats... and the White House?
NBC picked up the Presidential family comedy 1600 Penn and the Justin Kirk-led sitcom, Animal Practice, to series.
NBC orders Ryan Murphy comedy and J.J. Abrams action drama
From Modern Family's Jason Winer and Book of Mormon star...
Ryan Murphy, J.J. Abrams
NBC is beefing up its 2012-2013 schedule with two of the most well-known producers on the small screen.
The network has picked up The New Normal, from Glee and American Horror Story boss Ryan Murphy, and Revolution, from Lost and Fringe executive producer J.J. Abrams, TVGuide.com has...
Seth Gabel and Anna Torv
Serve. Obey. Heed. No Hope. We're guessing Fringe is trying to say something and it's not just "Hey, Fox, renew us already!" Nope, this is all about #April20thIsTheNineteenth, the viral campaign centered on Friday's episode — the 19th of the season, which has traditionally been Fringe's craziest hour each year.
Over the last few weeks, three mind-boggling and super mysterious trailers have hit the interwebs filled with shaky clips from the Observer-iffic, future-set "Letters of Transit" and embedded with clues to a URL that will link fans to a final video that's sure to shake whatever universe you're watching from. But the collection is incomplete, folks... until now.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who may have a regular TV gig come fall?
Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito, who plays the Magic Mirror on ABC's Once Upon a Time, has landed a role in J.J. Abrams' NBC pilot Revolution.
Pilot Season: Get the scoop!
Revolution is described as a high-octane action drama that follows a group of characters struggling to survive and reunite with loved ones in a world where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist. Esposito will play...
Stephen Amell, Kristin Kreuk
The fall TV season is taking shape. Networks have ordered dozens of new pilots starring familiar faces including Zachary Levi, Mindy Kaling, Mandy Moore and Sarah Silverman, and from proven producers like Josh Schwartz, J.J. Abrams, Greg Berlanti and Kevin Williamson. Also making a comeback this year: Iconic characters including Green Arrow, Carrie Bradshaw, Sherlock Holmes and Beauty and the Beast.
To keep track of who's doing what, read our complete list of all the series projects in contention and check back for updates on their status. Here are the CW pilots: (Click here for ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC.)