While her former “That 70’s Show” cast mates bang Natalie Portman on film, Laura Prepon is ready to offend. She’s signed on to channel Chelsea Handler in the comedienne’s autobiographical comedy pilot.
Seeing Elizabeth Banks play the uber-ambitious media queen Avery Jessup on “30 Rock” gives us an idea of how far she can stretch her comedy chops.
It’s unclear what role she’d play, but she definitely won’t be naked. Thanks, NBC.
When “Heroes” crashed and burned, NBC made a bold move and launched another generic-seeming superhero show in its wake.
I put together a list of actors/actresses who might be a good fit for the new roles on ‘The Office’. Take a look, and see if you agree. If not, make your own damn list (in the comment section, please).
The economy must be looking up because the Sabre Corporation’s Scranton branch is hiring. “The Office” is seeking two new cast members in addition to a new boss to join the program next season.
He’s tight-lipped, but we managed to coax some episode tidbits out of him.
NBC picked up an inspired show in “Grimm,” a pilot in which the cops interact with characters inspired by the Brothers Grimm fairy tales.
In this clip from tonight’s episode of “The Office,” David Brent meets Michael Scott. Soon after, their now combined universes violent collapse.
The corporate overlords at Comcast have revealed the new logo for NBCUniversal.
Will Ferrell will be picking up the slack during a four-episode arc.
NBC decided to pick up four comedy pilots from established comedians that actually have decent premises.
If you watch NBC on Thursday nights you’ve likely seen Natalie Morales deliver a few lines of well-timed sarcasm as Aziz Ansari’s girlfriend on “Parks and Recreation.”
New TV shows that, chances are, will be canceled soon.
TV vet McG is the frontrunner to helm the the pilot episode of the David E. Kelley-produced reboot.
Members of Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Club have bestowed their annual Man of the Year award to walking lowest common denominator Jay Leno.
For soap opera fans and all interested parties, below is a list of NBC soap operas airing from the NBC days of radio until the inception of television. Originally, soap…
There’s a lot of lame elements to Wonder Woman, and if anyone knows about lame superhero shows, it’s NBC.
The cast offers up some juicy spoilers on the D&D episode and Shirley’s ex-husband.
We want to congratulate ex-NBC Chairman Jeff Gaspin for having gigantic balls, which apparently needed a very fancy washroom to be occasionally exposed in throughout the day.
Rob Lowe, a late addition to the cast of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” has just been informed that the show has been off the air for months. This angers Rob Lowe. And you wouldn’t like Rob Lowe when he’s angry.
An affable TV comedy. It’s nothing new and not outrageous enough to be memorable, although it could get there.
Everything about this pilot was lazy. They actually play “Hit the Road Jack” when Harriet gets fired from the patent office. Really?
The show’s return on Jan. 20 is actually long awaited by fans, since it went on hiatus over the summer. This year, get to meet the rival city to Pawnee, IN.
Viewers of the NBC sitcom “The Office” have been emotionally preparing themselves for the eventual departure of often-lovable goofball Michael Scott from the paper-pushers at Dunder Mifflin.
Can’t wait to see how Abed narrates this geekfest.
Once you’ve watched NBC’s ‘Outsourced’ for a while, you begin to see the show’s inward value — namely the fact that for a few minutes of every episode, Australian actress Pippa Black shows up on screen.
If I had a dime for every project that Steve Carell has sold I’d have enough dimes to put into a sock and beat my mailman. Speaking of mailmen, Steve Carell has sold a post office comedy to NBC.
Dani Pudi plays the character on “Community” who provides most of the show’s self-referential meta humor. So it makes sense that Abed is responsible for a stop-motion animated episode in the tradition of the Rankin Bass specials.
Remember the classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Christmas special with the herky-jerky animation? If you don’t, you’re a communist. Even so, you might appreciate that “Community” is planning a similar stop-motion animation holiday spoof.