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With NBC's "The Blacklist" already renewed for a second season, SPINOFF ONLINE talks to show producers Jon Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath.
NBC has given a pilot order to "Constantine," a drama written by David S. Goyer and "The Mentalist's" Daniel Cerone starring the DC Comics occult detective John Constantine.
Joe Harris and Steve Rolston's "Ghost Projekt," a supernatural thriller released by Oni Press in 2010, is reportedly in development as a drama series at NBC.
The cast and creators of "Revolution" appeared at Comic-Con International to tease new villains and a back-to-basics approach for the second season of NBC's hit sci-fi drama.
The creators and cast of NBC's "Grimm" ventured to Comic-Con International to tease what fans can expect from the upcoming Season 3 and to answer questions about the show's mythology.
Star James Spader and the cast and creators of NBC's "The Blacklist" asked "Who is Red Reddington?" but refused to answer the question during the pilot screening at Comic-Con International.
"Clone," the sci-fi thriller from Image Comics' Skybound imprint, is being developed for television with writer David Schulner penning the pilot script and Robert Kirkman serving as executive producer.
The ordinary people with extraordinary powers from NBC's "Heroes" return in a new series from Dynamite. Writer Cullen Bunn spoke with CBR exclusively about the huge twist which gets the story rolling.
NBC has passed on the television pilot based on Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurrt’s "The Sixth Gun," but Oni Press suggests the project isn’t dead yet.
Creator Bryan Fuller and star Hugh Dancy discuss bringing horror to network television with "Hannibal,"the new NBC thriller based in part on Thomas Harris' novel "Red Dragon," which introduced the world to Dr. Lecter.
Depending upon your taste for TV blood and violence, the "Hannibal" trailer will either whet your appetite for the NBC thriller, or turn your stomach. But what is it about (fictional) cannibals that we find so intriguing?
"Smallville" alum Elena Satine will play Missy Hume in "The Sixth Gun," a Carlton Cuse-produced pilot based on the supernatural Western by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt.
"Grimm" creators/showrunners Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt entertained an enthusiastic crowd at the Omaha Film Festival, just two days after the fantasy police procedural returned to NBC to respectable ratings.
At "Community's" PaleyFest panel, the stars of the NBC comedy revealed puppet versions of themselves from an upcoming episode, teased what can can expect from the rest of the season and offered ideas for a fifth.
If its ratings didn't quite cement AMC's "The Walking Dead" as a pop-culture phenomenon, perhaps this weekend's "Saturday Night Live" parody will seal the deal. ROBOT 6 has the full skit.
The Ninth Circuit rejected comic creator Jazan Wild’s $60-million claim against NBC Universal and the producers of the television series "Heroes," determining there was no evidence of copyright infringement.
"The Ruins" star Laura Ramsey has been cast as Becky Montcrief on "The Sixth Gun," the NBC pilot based on the supernatural Western by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt.
"Community" stars Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs discuss what lies ahead for their characters, the comedy's devoted fanbase, and who came up with that "Oct. 19 is a state of mind" promo.
As we tick down the hours to the long-awaited Season 4 premiere of "Community," SPINOFF ONLINE's Anna Pinkert shares her hopes for the next 13 episodes. (Hint: They include more Dean Pelton.)
"Community's" Joel McHale and Jim Rash reveal a little of what fans can expect from the fourth season, including guest stars Malcolm McDowell and James Brolin, a "Freaky Friday" spoof and, of course, the Hunger Deans.
NBC has ordered a pilot for "The Sixth Gun," a supernatural Western based on the Oni Press series by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt. "Lost" co-showrunner Carlton Cuse is producing.
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."