A few weeks ago we heard the somewhat distressing news that 'Once Upon A Time' creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz had begun eying a spin-off series around the fan-favorite Mad Hatter character, albeit one that would likely move forward with a new actor given Sebastian Stan's commitment to 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier.' Producers ended up downplaying those reports, but has the spin-off decided to move forward with a new 'Wonderland' focus? And might industry vet Jane Espension be behind it?
With the 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' pilot episode in the can and most Marvel fans gearing up for 'Iron Man 3' and the next phase of movies toward 'The Avengers 2,' it may be a while yet before Marvel releases many details of ABC's forthcoming 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series. Fortunately, Joss Whedon isn't one to leave fan's hanging, and opened up a bit more about the "little guy" focus of the series, and whether or not we'd see many Avengers going forward. So get the latest on the 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series inside!
Late last week we were surprised by the rumors that 'Once Upon a Time's' producers had quietly begun plotting a Mad Hatter-centric spinoff, potentially re-casting busy 'Captain America: The WInter Soldier' star Sebastian Stan, but whether for damage control or not, it seems the rumor has largely been debunked. 'Once Upon a Time' creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have publicly commented on the prospect of a Mad Hatter spinoff, but what are the chances of it actually happening?
For some, Sunday is a day for sports, for others 'The Walking Dead,' and another sizable portion staring still in drooled anticipation of the March 31 premiere of 'Game of Thrones.' Yet on this particular Sunday, it seems all eyes were on the 2013 Oscars, watching Ben Affleck blubber about his 'Argo' win and Seth MacFarlane sing about Jennifer Lawrence's boobs. The numbers are in, and it seems the 2013 Oscars delivered the highest viewers of any telecast in 3 years! Find out how many watched inside!
Uh-oh, do we detect a bit of Chang in the wind? Even with NBC's abysmal ratings of late and the notoriously-troubled 'Community's fairly moderate performance of late, fans eagerly await news of a potential fifth season. And even though NBC might not be in the best position to discard a potentially profitable series, 'Community' star Ken Jeong has given himself a parachute by taking a role in ABC's forthcoming comedy 'Spy.' Find out how much things will Chang inside!
While The CW preps a potential spin-off for 'The Vampire Diaries,' and 'The Office' quietly turned down Dwight Schrute spin-off 'The Farm,' it seems ABC's 'Once Upon A Time' could soon get in on the spin-off game by developing a new series around its popular portrayal of 'Alice in Wonderland's Mad Hatter. And while as much as Sebastian Stan fans would love to see the actor in his own series, filming commitments to 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' may necessitate that the role be recast. Find out 'Once Upon A Time's Mad Hatter spin-off plans inside!
Though it seemed like ABC had been intent on moving around struggling comedies 'Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23' and 'Happy Endings' with the intent of finding new audiences, many a fan found themselves disappointed that ABC ultimately pulled the plug on 'Apartment 23,' while banishing 'Happy Endings' to Friday for the moment. Now, 'Don't Trust the B's' Krysten Ritter believes ABC will in fact air the remaining eight episodes of the series, so find out when you can see the finale inside!
Despite an uncertain couple of months, we recently learned that USA's Callie Thorne-fronted football psychology drama 'Necessary Roughness' would indeed return for a third season, albeit with a somewhat reduced order than previous years. Even with USA's reluctant show of faith, it seems series star and 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' vet Marc Blucas has begun lining up his next project, taking a leading role alongside Tricia Helfer in ABC's upcoming Sofia Vergara-produced pilot 'Killer Women,' but who will Blucas play?