Tina Fey, Rob Lowe
As if convening a 12-step meeting, NBC executives began their presentation at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews by reciting some of the basic truths of their network's current situation.
"We recognize some of the mistakes we've made over the last few years. We put more money in development and we believe in our projects," Jeff Gaspin, the chairman of NBC Entertainment, said Friday.
Among the session's news tidbits:
"There's a little more character development at the offset than usual," promises Law & Order: Los Angeles executive producer Rene Balcer. So if you're champing at the bit to learn about the cops and lawyers that will populate the West Coast entry of the venerable franchise this fall, here's some exclusive scoop direct from Balcer, a longtime showrunner for the franchise's mother ship...
You know who's really kind of hard to believe? The cast of Community.
Not because they're all talented or good-looking or whatever. They are. But that's true of most people on TV. But they only seem so smart and cool because other people — dorky sweaty writers — think of great stuff for them to do.
Not so with the Community people. The Community people — and this is kind of an outrage — are also really good at coming up with great material for themselves. They proved it, yet again, at their Comic-Con panel Saturday.
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One of them is Chevy Chase, basically a...
Jason Ritter, Anthony Dale, Blair Underwood
Yes, The Event is building its promotional campaign around teasing viewers about what the thing in it's title is. But it's producers have a promise: they'll tell you soon.
"Everything's designed to answer questions so you're not frustrated, feeling ripped off, feeling like we don't know what we're doing," executive producer Evan Katz said at a Comic-Con panel for the series Saturday. "We're just trying to be...
Linda Hamilton, Zachary Levi
Now that Chuck (Zachary Levi) has "given up" being a spy, per Ellie's request, Chuck's Season 4 will focus on the hunt for Mama Bartowski—who will be played by Terminator star Linda Hamilton, it was announced at Saturday's Comic-Con That's not the only Bartowski coming to town either: Someone is pregnant! Get the very spoilery scoop below:
MTV has received GLAAD's first "excellent" rating in the organization's annual survey of gay-friendly programming, for its inclusion of LGBT characters or issues.
"From their inception, MTV programs like The Real World and America's Best Dance Crew have offered richly diverse portrayals of gay and transgender people that help Americans better understand and accept our community," said GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios.
Glee honored at GLAAD Awards
After reviewing nearly 5,000 hours of primetime programming, GLAAD also announced that The CW has moved into ...