The madness of 2014's Upfront season has come and gone, but that doesn't mean the major networks are without a few bombshells to drop. Sure, we've seen most of the official schedules, but NBC is the first to officially unveil their slate of fall 2014 premieres, surprisingly placing comic adaptation 'Constantine' for an October bow, with Katherine Heigl's TV return 'State of Affairs' moving even further back to November.
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.'
After wrapping up one of its last major midseason holdings in the 'Hannibal' finale, NBC has officially jumped into fall 2013 territory to set their upcoming premiere schedule. Among the highlights, 'Parks and Recreation' will jump across the pond from D.C. to London for its hour-long sixth season opener, while Jonathan Rhys-Meyer's 'Dracula' will bow in October, understandably.
Months before we have the Emmys or the Golden Globes to worry about, the annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards streamed Monday night and released the full list of winners as chosen by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. ‘The Big Bang Theory‘ expectedly dominated in its many nominations, while the race for Best Drama tied and some surprising new stars were honored.
Though still somewhat early in the Upfront seasons, several major broadcast networks have already gone ahead to grant early renewals to their strongest-performing series. Given NBC's troubled lineup over the past few months, however, no firm plans have been laid among even its strongest hits. Though, that may change in the near future as rumors of early NBC renewals have leaked, so find out which shows have the best chances inside!
Despite the fact that Maroon 5 already appeared as musical guest this season alongside 'The Avengers' star Jeremy Renner, Adam Levine himself appearing in digital short "The Stand Off," 'The Voice' coach and lead singer will once again grace the 'Saturday Night Live' stage this weekend as a host. Joining Levine for the outing will be musical guest Kendrick Lamar, but do the latest promos have us convinced Adam Levine is up to the task? Preview this weekend's all-new 'SNL' inside!
Although NBC's hit competitive reality talent show 'The Voice' didn't win any Emmys this year, losing the award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Show to CBS's 'Amazing Race,' at least it was nominated. And it doesn't mean the Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton-coached series lacks a decent fan base. It doesn't, and the recent announcement from NBC that 'The Voice' is getting renewed for both a fifth and sixth season is proof of that.
We'll have to wait until tonight's "Parks and Recreation" finale to find out exactly what 'The Voice' judge Cee Lo Green is doing in Pawnee and more importantly, why Ron Swanson is sitting in a coaches' chair from the NBC hit singing competition.
'The Voice's' Adam Levine is in talks to make the leap from music to acting with a role in the second season of FX's supernatural thriller, 'American Horror Story.'