NBC is giving Remington Steele the reboot treatment. The network is developing a half-hour comedy that will act as a sequel to the 1980s series that starred Pierce Brosnan, Deadline reports.
Pierce Brosnan is working on a new project that would mark his return to series television, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The former James Bond would appear in and produce the show, centered on an international operative and problem solver for hire. The main character is called into situations such as...
As the steamy summer days kick in and all your favorite shows go into reruns, now is the perfect time to blast the A/C and catch up with everything you missed. From classic moments like Samantha's first nose twitch on Bewitched to Kermit's introducing the debut of The Muppet Show to Dave Chappelle's infamous — and now, for the first time, hilariously uncensored — riff on superfreak Rick James, we highlight some of the hottest TV-on-DVD releases.Crime SeriesThe Sopranos: The Complete Fifth Season (2004; $99.98)These episodes of HBO's crime-family drama begin with the parole of Tony's cousin (Steve Buscemi) and culminate with the biggest surprise whack since Tony took Ralphie's head out bowling.Extras: Joey's Drea de Matteo, Buscemi and others deliver insightful commentaries.Series: