Yesterday we found out that NBC had given full season orders to The Event, Law & Order: Los Angeles, Outsourced and the fourth season of Chuck. Now one more rookie series is joining the club as NBC announced via press release that Chase (a series that I wasn’t too fond of) has been picked up for a full season. Aside from the fact that all of NBC’s new shows haven’t been getting stellar ratings, I honestly couldn’t care less about an entire season order for any of them.
Meanwhile, the network is a little more apprehensive about one of their other underwhelming series as Deadline reports the network has only ordered four more scripts of J.J. Abrams romantic comedy spy series Undercovers. At this point, I’ve given up on every single one of NBC’s new series with the exception of The Event, but I have a feeling that after I watch last night’s episode, I won’t be tuning in next week. I wouldn’t be surprised if all these series miss out on a second season. Anyone out there really digging Chase or Undercovers?
'Texas Rising' is a 10-hour, 5-part mini-series, airing on the History Channel on May 25th and 26th, and June 1st, 8th and 15th.
Dean Norris, Marg Helgenberger, showrunner Neal Baer, and executive producer Tim Schlattmann talk about the upcoming season of the CBS series.
Plus, the new season will restore the original diner and feature music from Angelo Badalamenti.
Did you enjoy watching the cast of The CW's 'The Flash' in all their wormhole-traveling, alternate-universe-creating hijinks, but wish there was more to see? Well then you should check out the first three seasons of 'Sliders' now streaming on Hulu.
Also, 'Halt and Catch Fire' Season 2 kicks off this Sunday, while tonight brings the premiere of 'Texas Rising,' History's miniseries about the Texas Rangers.
I'd like to believe that sites like "Poop on My Wife" and "My Dirty Vagina" don't really exist, but in my heart, I know it's not true.
Take a first look at CBS’ upcoming shows.
An old-school, and somewhat oddball, approach to "Texian" independence, and the formation of the Texas Rangers.
While it's admirable to put yourself in harm's way in the defense of others, that altruism eventually ends with a blade between the ribs or being thrown into a prison cell. George R.R. Martin's gift to his characters just keeps on giving.
Time to hurry up and watch 'Snatch', 'The Silence of the Lambs', and 'Taxi Driver'.