Why bother remaking La Femme Nikita? The 1990 French action film about a criminal-turned-government assassin already has been remade as a U.S. feature film starring Bridget Fonda and as a basic cable TV series starring Peta Wilson.
"It's been ...
NBC has added a fifth pilot to its fall season with the pickup of Chase, a drama produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
NBC picks up three more series for 2010-11 season
"Chase has all the undeniable elements of a thrill ride that you would expect from a Jerry Bruckheimer action series," said Angela Bromstad, NBC's president of primetime entertainment. "Equally important, it also features...
Question: Is there any confirmation of Anthony Anderson replacing Jesse L. Martin on Law & Order?
Answer: Not yet. I'm sure it's written in some contract that NBC can't announce his hiring until Fox officially cancels K-Ville. Meanwhile, I hear a gun plays a major role in Det. Green's impending exit.
Question: K-Ville — canceled or not?
Answer: Read this and you tell me.
Question: Now, I know you're not a mind reader, but I am wondering what your opinion is on a rumor floating around that if the writers' strike were to drag on, chances are that shows that would probably (and in some cases, should) be canceled would be back on board for next fall, given that they already have the cast and crew in place and on contract. One show in particular I'm curious about (which I know you, and many others), didn't like: K-Ville. I actually found that it improved as it went along, except for that cringe-worthy plot devise of Cobb's backstory. But I actually think the chemistry between the leads was great, and when they stuck to the police stories, it worked well. Any chance a show like this could be given a second chance, especially if the writers were given the opportunity to go back and start fresh (ie: Kill that stupid plot point)?
Answer: This logic seems like a reach to me, the sort of notion fans concoct in the false hope that the failing show they like wil ...