From FoxNews: NBC News is under fire inside and outside of 30 Rock for passing on the story that has turned Hollywood on its head – movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s decades of preying on women seeking to break into the movie business. Show More Summary
Vulture reports: Although Donald Trump uttered the infamous Apprentice catchphrase “You’re fired,” the president-to-be didn’t actually decide who was let go on the NBC show, at least according to onetime Celebrity Apprentice contestant and American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken. Show More Summary
Changes are afoot at one of NBC's biggest drama franchises, with executive producers departing both Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. for greener pastures. Michael Brandt, co-creator of Chicago Fire, will depart the show, leaving Derek Haas as the sole showrunner, Deadline reports. Show More Summary
Online polls, aside from polls in general, can be hard to decipher and to trust. Still, this did not deter NBC News from touting their own online poll, produced in conjunction with SurveyMonkey. The survey results found that 46% of Americans thought that President Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey was not appropriate. Republican […]
NBC will be devoting all three hours of primetime to executive producer Dick Wolf's "Chicago" series on Mar. 1. That Wednesday, "Chicago Fire" and "Chicago P.D." will sync up to help birth "Chicago Justice," the fourth entry in Wolf's "Chicago" empire. "Chicago Justice" will slide into its 9 p.m....
Instead of getting fired, he will remain hired. On January 2, the new season of Celebrity Apprentice starring Arnold Schwarzenegger will premiere on NBC after a two-year hiatus. Although Donald Trump is not hosting the new season, he will keep his "Executive Producer" title and will profit from the hit reality TV show. Related: Donald Trump & [...]
Despite being "fired" as host of NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice," President-elect Donald Trump will remain an executive producer on the upcoming season hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger. MGM, the production studio behind the show, confirmed...Show More Summary
In completely unsurprising news, Page Six is reporting that Billy Bush was officially fired from The Today Show on Monday. Shocking. In a memo sent out to NBC staff members, executive producer Noah Oppenheim said of Bush: "While he was a new member of the Today team, he was a valued colleague and longtime member of the broader NBC family. Show More Summary
Executive Producer Dick Wolf speaks at the premiere party for NBC's 'Chicago Fire', 'Chicago P.D.' and 'Chicago Med' at STK Chicago. (Photo by Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images) Everything old becomes new again. Through the 1980s and ‘90s, Americans were inundatedwith true, scintillating crime stories. OJ Simpson and Nicole Brown, John and Lorena Bobbitt, [...]
The long arm of the Law & Order franchise reached beyond New York City in 2012, when Dick Wolf welcomed firefighters to the procedural fold with the premiere of Chicago Fire. The veteran TV producer has since widened his first-responder...Show More Summary
Executive producer Dick Wolf’s “Chicago” universe already includes “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago P.D.” and now “Chicago Med,” but E! News reports that more “Chicago” is on the way. “Chicago Law” is on the boards, confirms creator Wolf, who said it would...
A revival of the original “Law & Order” is being discussed by key players at NBC. Variety reports that NBC Chairman Robert Greenblatt and Dick Wolf, who executive produces NBC’s “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago PD” and “Chicago Med,” along with “Law...
Upcoming NBC drama Chicago Med has completed its new female cast additions with the hire of Marlyne Barrett (The Wire). The Chicago Fire spinoff producers had said that they would introduce three new female characters in the wake of the departure of original cast member Laurie Holden. Show More Summary
The Sopranos alums Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov have been named executive producer and writing showrunners of NBC's upcoming drama series Chicago Med, the latest offshoot in Wolf Films/Universal TV's successful Chicago Fire franchise. Show More Summary
There is a switch at the helm of NBC’s upcoming drama series Chicago Med, the latest offshoot in Wolf Films/Universal TV’s successful Chicago Fire franchise. CSI alum Andrew Dettmann, who was brought in as executive producer/showrunner in June, after the planted spinoff episode of Chicago Fire that introduced the new series, is leaving. Show More Summary
After running around all day (February 19) with two NBC Today Show video crews, we produced this short report in the front of the Fire and Ice Torch. On my day in Whistler, I got an opporunity to chat with Devon Soltendieck, a popular Canadian Video Dee-Jay with MuchMusic.
NBC isn’t wasting any time putting together the pieces of its lineup for next season: The network has just green-lit three drama series, including Dick Wolf’s Chicago Med and a conspiracy thriller from producer Greg Berlanti. The pickups come a full ten days before Peacock executives are set to unveil... More »
Name any challenge that could be posed to a new "Chicago Fire" cast member, and Kara Killmer has faced it this season.Not only did the actress -- who plays paramedic Sylvie Brett on executive producer Dick Wolf's Tuesday NBC drama --...Show More Summary
NBC News producer Jennifer Roller was working protests at the Ferguson, Missouri police department Wednesday night, and thought things had finally begun to wind down after midnight when someone started firing gunshots. “It sounded like...Show More Summary
Mingling is working well for the characters of "Chicago Fire" and "Chicago PD."Executive producer Dick Wolf's Windy City-based NBC drama series feature actors from one show on the other regularly, and soon, a third "staff" may get in on the action. Show More Summary