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Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt's supernatural Western "The Sixth Gun" begins its journey to television with "Lost" showrunner Carlton Cuse developing a series based on the Oni Press comic for NBC.
Comics writer Ed Brubaker, best known for his work on such series as "Captain America" and "Criminal," has sold the crime drama "Rising Suns" to Fox and an untitled espionage drama to NBC.
NBC, which first put "Midnight, Mass." into development in 2009, has again picked up the rights to John Rozum's 2002 Vertigo miniseries about world-famous husband-and-wife occult investigators.
Creator Eric Kripke, director Jon Favreau and the stars of "Revolution" enlightened fans at Comic-Con International about the mysteries and epic quests that await them in the new NBC series.
At Comic-Con International, the cast and crew of NBC's "Community" reflected on their favorite moments from Season 3, looked to a future without creator Dan Harmon, and offered their heartfelt thanks to fans.
At Comic-Con International, "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke joined the stars of his new drama "Revolution" to talk about rebuilding civilization 15 years after a worldwide blackout.
The cast and crew of NBC's "Grimm" discuss the NBC fantasy drama, where they get the show's unique vocabulary and just what was in that sofa Sergeant Wu ate.
"Community" star Gillian Jacobs dropped by CBR TV's Tiki Lounge to discuss the triumphant return of the quirky sitcom, its evolution from season to season and why it's developed such a loyal fanbase.
"Community" creator Dan Harmon and stars Gillian Jacobs, Yvette Nicole Brown and Ken Jeong discuss the show's high-rated return from hiatus, the outpouring of fan support and the possibility of a fourth season.
"Community" stars Ken Jeong and Yvette Nicole Brown visited CBR TV at WonderCon to celebrate the show's return to NBC's Thursday lineup, address its dedicated fanbase and tease the future of Chang.
Creator Kyle Killen and Executive Producer Howard Gordon discuss one man's struggle with two separate realities in the new drama "Awake," which premieres tonight on NBC.
"Smallville's" Lois Lane, Erica Durance, will appear in an episode of NBC and David E. Kelley's "Harry's Law" as a psychologically unstable woman who retreats into the persona of Wonder Woman.
David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf discuss their NBC drama "Grimm," a new series debuting in late-October which blends familiar, and less familiar, fairy tales with a police procedural.
The stars of NBC's "Community" gathered at Comic-Con International in San Diego to talk about the upcoming season, the Season 2 DVD and their favorite moments from the show.
The network has rejected David E. Kelley's "Wonder Woman" revival, which reimagined the DC Comics superheroine as a CEO who fights crime while trying to balance the extraordinary elements of her life. SPINOFF has details.
The in production "Wonder Woman" TV pilot sees stills of its leading lady in action hit the web, and fans will notice some different tweaks to Adrianne Palicki's "Wonder Woman" including red boots. UPDATED with new pics.
Is the time already right to resurrect NBC's "Heroes?" SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan thinks so -- and he has a plan for how to make it fresh and different for a second go-around.
With "The Cape" canceled, "The Event" soon to join it and reports of "Wonder Woman" already having problems, SPINOFF wonders what happened to the network that brought us "Star Trek," "Knight Rider" and "Heroes?"
As his TV version of DC Comics most iconic heroine gets ready for a turn at primetime, the producer behind hits like "Ally McBeal" and "Boston Legal" opens up on why he never thought he'd write "Wonder Woman."
NBC has released the first photo of "Wonder Woman" star Adrianne Palicki in her full superhero garb, revealing a different yet immediately recognizable approach to the classic character.
There were plenty of laughs Tuesday night during the "Community" PaleyFest panel, where the cast and creators of the NBC comedy teased what to expect from the rest of Season 2.
In a surprise move, NBC has ordered the pilot for the David E. Kelley "Wonder Woman" revival that just two weeks ago couldn't find a network. The take on the character appears to be a departure from both comics and the ’70s series.
Thomas Wheeler, creator of NBC's new superhero series "The Cape" spoke with CBR TV about the show, the reaction the debut footage received at Comic-Con International, the inspiration and premise behind the show and more.
Dynamite Entertainment and NBC Universal have announced they will be joining together in order to bring the popular Syfy television show "Warehouse 13" to the comic book page in 2011.
Star Laura Innes and "The Event" executive producer Evan Katz spoke with SPINOFF about decisions Sophia has made, the ones she has yet to make and the secretive nature that drive the character and the show.
"Heroes" actor Milo Ventimiglia may be headed back to the show's network for a brand new series based on the comic book project he co-created, with "Smallville" writer Philip Levens adapting the project.
"Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia talks with CBR about the cancellation of the TV series, NBC's decision to pass on a television special that would wrap up loose plot threads, and the impact of the writer's strike.
SPINOFF spoke with stars Laura Innes, Ian Anthony Dale and Scott Patterson about their roles on NBC's new sci-fi/conspiracy thriller series "The Event," debuting tonight.
Veteran actors Blair Underwood and Bill Smitrovitch spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about preparing for their roles in "The Event," NBC's highly-anticipated sci-fi/conspiracy thriller debuting Sunday.
SPINOFF spoke with Jason Ritter and Clifton Collins Jr. about their respective roles on NBC's upcoming sci-fi/conspiracy thriller, "The Event" and their characters' involvement in the show's central mystery.
SPINOFF spoke with actors Željko Ivanek and Lisa Vidal about their respective roles in NBC's upcoming sci-fi conspiracy thriller series, "The Event" which is set to debut Monday, September 20.
With the highly promoted NBC series set to debut on September 20, SPINOFF spoke with "The Event" creator Nick Wauters about the show's sci fi elements, viewer expectations and more.
Word is out that despite the best efforts of creator Tim Kring, the NBC superhero-themed series will not be brought back for a mini series or special finale to wrap storylines.
Comic-Con International featured the worldwide introduction of NBC's new superhero-themed show "The Cape" during a panel featuring the series' cast and moderated by CBR's own Jonah Weiland.
Creator Tim Kring takes to the net with word on his negotiations to bring "Heroes" back for a miniseries finale focusing on an outed Claire and a returned Nathan Petrelli amongst other twists and turns.
SPINOFF ONLINE'S Graeme McMillan takes a look at the mistakes made with "Heroes," offering suggestions on what should be avoided by other television shows of the same type.
The first full trailer for NBC's superhero-centric series "The Cape" has hit the internet. The series, featuring Summer Glau and David Lyons, was recently announced as having been picked up for the upcoming Fall 2010 season.
Series creator Tim Kring has responded to NBC's cancellation announcement for "Heroes" with a statement that indicates that he has hopes for the continuation of the show with the network. SPINOFF has the details.
There’s a chance "Heroes" could return just long enough to wave goodbye to fans according to reports that NBC may talk to creator Tim Kring about producing a movie or some other event to wrap up remaining storylines
Robert Knepper spoke with CBR for an in-depth analysis of the duplicitous Samuel Sullivan and how this season's "Heroes" main villain compares to Knepper's previous turn on "Prison Break" as Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell.