Earlier today we saw NBC delivering the first full trailer for its upcoming 'Constantine' adaptation, but the network had plenty more to give in advance of the Upfront presentation tomorrow. Not only has NBC set the basic structure of its fall lineup, breaking up its Thursday comedy lineup and keeping 'Parks and Recreation' on the bench for the moment, but the network has also released full trailers for its other offerings, including Katherine Heigl CIA drama 'State of Affairs,' and 'HIMYM' alum Cristin Milioti's 'A to Z.'
'Grimm' is getting close to wrapping up its third season (this is the penultimate episode), which has charted the birth of Adalind's child, and the upcoming marriage of Monroe and Rosalee. Otherwise, the rest of the gang have comfortably fallen into place as Nick's occasional helpers, so perhaps the arrival of Teresa is meant to shake things up.
We're not happy with all of NBC's renewal and cancellation decisions today, but at least one of its newest offerings for the coming season will soften the blow. NBC's "Anchorman Astronaut" period comedy 'Mission Control' with 'Breaking Bad' star Krysten Ritter has officially been given a series order under the watchful eye of Will Ferrell and Adam McKay themselves. Plus, what else has NBC given the green light to?
It's been a good news-bad news kind of day for NBC viewers, as the same afternoon that saw 'Hannibal' renewed for a third season also gave birth to 'Community''s season 5 cancellation. Now, the peacock has thrown a few more logs on the fire, among them freshman comedy 'Growing Up Fisher,' sci-fi flop 'Believe,' and surprisingly, the two-season 'Revolution.'
Well, this feels familiar. 'Community' astonishingly gravitated closer and closer to its "Six Seasons and a Movie" mantra, particularity when season 5 saw acclaimed showrunner Dan Harmon return to the fold, but NBC has at long last called it quits. 'Community' has officially been canceled, according to the network, but will the Greendale Gang go on?
We've stepped away from the table a bit in our 'Hannibal' season 2 coverage (those Friday nights are killer), but the Fannibals have much reason to rejoice. The good Dr. Lecter and Will Graham will officially return for another course in 2015, as NBC has officially given Bryan Fuller's 'Hannibal' the season 3 renewal we've been waiting for.
It's been a good day for TV comic adaptations. Following The CW's official orders of 'The Flash' and 'iZombie,' Warner Bros. is adding another to the plate. NBC's 'Constantine' has officially been given the series green light, adapting the supernatural detective to live action for a second incarnation.
This past weekend's 'SNL' with first-time host Andrew Garfield brought some exceptionally weird, if memorable skits, so will 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' star Charlize Theron fare any better in her first outing in over a decade? Find out in the first promos, as Charlize shows Taran some of her wild west stunts, and faces Aidy Bryant's revenge, like ya do.
Logical as it might seem for NBC to bite the bullet on one more shortened season of 'Community' to reach its "six seasons and a movie" mantra, fans of Dan Harmon's eternally-bubbling series may be in for a rude awakening. Writer-producer Chris McKenna has cryptically tweeted that 'Community' is "dead," preparing fans for the notion that NBC may not include the series among its ongoing renewals.
UPDATE: NBC has officially announced that 'Community' has indeed been canceled.
We're still not sure what to make of NBC's buzzworthy remake miniseries of horror classic 'Rosemary's Baby' with 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Zoe Saldana, but it won't be long before the network births its latest vision of horror. Take a first look at the May 11 premiere with three brand-new clips from NBC's take on the 1960's Roman Polanski classic 'Rosemary's Baby'!