Hollywood is the land of opportunity… unless you want to work in production on a television series as it seems the trend of a lessened Los Angeles production slate is only going continue with the upcoming pilot season.
It seems after months of internet hate, the ABC series is about to become the show people have wanted it to be since the beginning. But it couldn’t have gotten here overnight, because had it been this show out of the gate, it would have failed catastrophically.
It’s thanks to Rescue Me that sitcoms like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Enlisted now thrive today. So of course, not to be out done by the newcomers, Denis Leary has returned with a first responder sitcom of his own, and though he doesn’t star this time around, it’s still a good one.
A few weeks back, FOX took the world by storm with the first teaser for their highly anticipated revival/limit-series event: 24: Live Another Day, and realizing how powerful the idea of surprise truly is, NBC revealed plans to restart cult favorite series Heroes with a limited-series event of their own: Heroes Reborn.
The first season of NBCs critical darling, Hannibal, is a mixed bag. The hope with the shows sophomore season is that it would learn from its mistakes of over-pretension and grow into the series much of the critical community claims it to be& and the good news, is that it has.
With over 90 projects ordered for the 2014 pilot season, it seems we’re now in full swing when it comes to things to look forward to in the Fall. But, of course, we know what you’re wondering: which ones should we nerds focus on? Well, today we bring…
The Walking Deads ratings have nothing to do with zombies on their own, they have to do with the shows structure, and above everything else the series does, theres one thing every other program should be learning from the zombie drama.