The Marvel star got emotional while sharing his experience standing on the balcony where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
NBC's crime drama 'The Blacklist' is mixing in animation for its season 7 finale to work around the production shutdown caused by coronavirus.
According to Deadline, a deal between the hit show's original cast and HBO is close, with an 'unscripted reunion special' set for HBO's forthcoming streaming platform HBO Max.
NBC is revamping an ’80s classic with a modern remake of “St. Elmo’s Fire” in the works at the broadcast network, an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap.The hour-long drama has received a script sale at NBC, with Josh Berman set to write and executive produce the potential series. Chris King will also executive produce.Here’s the official logline for the project based on the Brat Pack movie: A modern adaptation of the feature film that showcases a group of close friends struggling with career, commitment and the responsibilities of adulthood.Also Read: Fall TV Premieres: Here's When All Your Favorite Broadcast Shows Will Return (Photos)The series hails from Sony Pictures Television and Berman’s Osprey Productions.Directed by Joel Schumacher, the 1985 film “St. Elmo’s Fire” starred Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy and Mare Winningham. The story centers on a clique of recent Georgetown University graduates as they adjust to post-grad life and the responsibilities of adulthood outside of higher education.Sony TV, whose film arm Columbia Pictures distributed the original flick, previously attempted to reboot the IP back in 2009 with a dramedy series at ABC. That project was set to be executive produced by Schumacher, Topher Grace, Dan Bucatinsky and Jamie Tarses and written by Bucatinsky.Also Read: 22 New Summer TV Shows Ranked by Premiere Viewers: From 'BH90210' to 'Bring the Funny' (Updating)If ordered to series at NBC, the “St. Elmo’s Fire” show would be one of several remakes, reboots and revivals to hit the small-screen in recent years, including “Will & Grace,” “Murphy Brown,” “One Day at a Time,” “Charmed,” “BH90210” (Fox’s meta-revival of “Beverly Hills, 90210”) and “The Conners” (the spinoff of the short-lived return of “Roseanne”).Read original story ‘St. Elmo’s Fire’ TV Series in the Works at NBC At TheWrap
You'd really think – hope, actually – Donald Trump might have more important things to do than taunt Arnold Schwarzenegger over The Apprentice.
Donald Trump has threatened an investigation into Saturday Night Live's persistent mocking of him on US TV.
NBC has picked up “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” the network announced Friday. The decision comes after the cop comedy was canceled at Fox after five seasons. “Ever since we sold this show to Fox I’ve regretted letting it get away, and it’s high time it came back to its rightful home,” said Robert Greenblatt, chairman of NBC […]
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: In a competitive situation with multiple networks pursuing, a <em>Bad Boys</em> spinoff TV series project starring Gabrielle Union has landed at NBC with a pilot production commitment. The project, centered on the Special Agent Syd Burnett character played by Union in 2003’s <em>Bad Boys II</em> who is making a cross-country move from Miami to Los Angeles, was taken to the marketplace last week by <em>Bad Boys</em> movies' producer Jerry Bruckheimer via Jerry Bruckheimer TV, Doug…
Michael Schur is the creator of beloved sitcoms Parks and Recreation and Brooklyn Nine-Nine and with The Good Place he may have his best show yet
It looks as though Sarah Michelle Gellar will be back in ‘Cruel Intentions’. According to a recent Instagram post, the 38-year-old actress will reprise the role of Kathryn Merteuil in NBC’s upcoming TV sequel to ‘Cruel Intentions’.