Matthew Perry is as funny as a rusty post, lol, I would rather watch some stupid Jennifer Aniston movie over his crap shows.
And to add to this Lizzy Caplan is actually dating him, honestly? :
Like you couldn't do better, Lizzy?
And people wonder why I am an atheist. Haha!
Revolution is the only new NBC show I remotely have an interest in, and it will probably end up being hokey and cancelled after 10 episodes. I am a sucker for large sharp objects, even if the power going out really shouldn't affect firearms.
The three comedies NBC advertises nonstop during the Olympics look horrible. Hopefully they will all be cancelled quickly enough that Community actually gets a full season. Six seasons and a movie!
NBC Plans Super Villain Themed Drama | CraveOnline
brilliant idea...would be good on AMC or FX. NBC will botch it by making him a good guy even though he is working for villains.After the demise of "Heroes," NBC made another stab at the comic book superhero genre with "The Cape;" which ran for a single season last year. For its next attempt, NBC is jumping to the wrong side of the law.
Deadline is reporting that Universal TV and Film 44 have signed a deal to develop "Hench" for NBC. The premise for "Hench" centers upon an ordinary man who supports his family by doing temp jobs for various super villains. And if it's following the classic comic book traditions, that means heists, bank robberies and villainy on a grand scale. Of course, that also implies that superheroes will be around as well.
"Hench" was created by playwright and screenwriter, Alexandra Cunningham; who most recently wrote and produced the U.S. incarnation of "Prime Suspect" for NBC. Cunningham has also written for HBO's "Rome," "Fastlane," "NYPD Blue" and "Pasadena." She also has the distinction of having penned more episodes of "Desperate Housewives" than any other writer except series creator, Marc Cherry.
Peter Berg and Sarah Aubrey will executive produce "Hench" alongside Cunningham. The potential "Hench" TV series is expected to be in contention for the Fall 2013 season.
For what it's worth GRIMM back tonight kiddies.
Did anyone watch Copper? I thought it was okay. It doesnt seem to have the budget of some other shows on cable. There were a few scenes where you could tell they were on a set.
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