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NBC Orders Chicago Fire Spinoff, Sexy Medical Drama, and Tattoo Mystery Procedural to Series

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 »

'Chicago Fire' newbie Kara Killmer worried about fan acceptance after Shay's death

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

‘We All Hit the Floor': NBC News Producer Witnessed Ferguson Shooting

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

'Chicago PD's' Sophia Bush is good with 'Fire' crossovers: 'It's like being in a fraternity house'

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

Report: Brokaw Wants Williams Fired

Page Six is reporting that Tom Brokaw is furious with Brian Williams and wants him fired. “Brokaw wants Williams’ head on a platter,” an NBC source said. “He is making a lot of noise at NBC that a lesser journalist or producer would have been immediately fired or suspended for a false report.” …Brokaw, 74, [...]

Brian Williams’ Producer Claimed In 2003 That Iraqi Chopper RPG Attack Did Occur

Exactly how long has Brian Williams' account of being under fire in Iraq in 2003 been going on and how wide does the story go at NBC News? A 2004  book by a military mom indicates that the version of events perpetuated by Williams up...Show More Summary

Fireplace defect blamed for Rivera house fire

Ten days ago, while preparing for the first PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio, I emailed producer Rob “Stats” Guerrera to inform him that Panthers coach Ron Rivera had to postpone his appearance because his house was on fire. Stats thought it was a figure of speech. It wasn’t.  Rivera’s house was on fire.  Though…

‘Today’ producer Jamie Horowitz reportedly fired over plan to oust anchors

Though NBC fired Today‘s producer Jamie Horowitz on Monday, new details have reportedly shed some light on what lost him his

‘Chicago Fire’ Ratings Soar With Crossover, ‘NCIS’ & ‘S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Down, ‘MasterChef Jr.’ Even In Week 2

A week after the midterm elections, Veterans Day saw primetime return to its regular schedule. Though on NBC, Chicago Fire (2.2/7) saw the start of a 2-night crossover with fellow Dick Wolf produced shows Law & Order: SVU and Chicago P.D. Show More Summary

Eva Longoria Producing NBC Supernatural Anthology Drama With Hispanic Twist

NBC has put in development an anthology series from Chicago Fire co-executive producer Andrew Newman, Eva Longoria's UnbelieEVAble Entertainment and Universal TV. The project is described as a supernatural thriller in a realistic tone. Show More Summary

NBC Fires Back at Las Vegas CBS Affiliate

George Knapp, who does commentary for KLAS, the CBS affiliate in Las Vegas, has taken an NBC News producer to task for trying to secure interviews with the family of one of two Las Vegas police officers murdered last weekend. TVSpy reports...Show More Summary

‘Chicago Fire’ Writer-Producer Andrea Newman Inks Overall Deal With Universal TV

Universal TV has locked in one of the key writer-producers on its NBC drama Chicago Fire. The studio has signed an overall deal with Andrew Newman, who has served as co-executive producer on the firefighter drama since after the pilot. Show More Summary

Watch Friday Night Lights and Parenthood Join Forces

Earlier this week, NBC announced that four of their shows—Chicago Fire, Grimm, Parks and Recreation, and Parenthood—would produce complementary webisodes while the series are off the air during the Olympics. Typically, webisodes mayShow More Summary

Mather Zickel Joins NBC Pilot ‘Bad Judge’, Lilli Birdsell In ABC’s ‘Sea Of Fire’

Mather Zickel (House Of Lies, Masters Of Sex) has been cast opposite Kate Walsh in NBC’s single-camera comedy pilot Bad Judge. The project, from writer Chad Kultgen and producers Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Anne Heche, centers on Rebecca...Show More Summary

Exclusive: Chicago Fire to Debut Dawson-Centered Webisodes During Olympics Break

Chicago Fire will be off the air for more than a month during the Winter Olympics, but the show's die-hard fans will still be able catch up with members of Firehouse 51. NBC is producing four new webisodes that will premiere online at...Show More Summary

'Chicago PD' Star Jason Beghe on Voight: 'He's Not a Bad Man'

NBC's Chicago PD, a spinoff from Chicago Fire, premiered a couple weeks ago to mixed review. At the Television Critics Association press tour, the cast and executive producer Dick Wolf took to the stage to answers questions about the new series. Show More Summary

'Chicago P.D.' EP Dick Wolf on Franchise Building, Ratings Pressure

Despite a dip in its second outing, the producer for the "Chicago Fire" spinoff says his NBC outings have typically been slow to start. read more

Dan Harmon Explains His Cultural Influences

Dan Harmon, the creator and executive producer of NBC’s Community, was controversially fired after season three in 2012, but he’ll be back at the show’s helm when it returns for its fifth season on January 2. In no particular order, these are the movies, books, and evolutionary anthropologists that inspired... More »

10 things to expect in 'Chicago Fire'

The folks at Firehouse 51 will be fighting more than fires on Season 2 of NBC's "Chicago Fire.""There's an outside threat to the firehouse-more than one actually. One is physical and one is mental," executive producer Derek Haas said...Show More Summary

Happy 47th Star Trek!

2 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekMovie.com

It was on September 8th 1966 that Star Trek debuted on NBC in the U.S.A. The episode chosen to be broadcast first was actually the fifth produced – “The Man Trap“. So fire up Netflix, Amazon Instant, Hulu Plus, Star Trek.com, or your DVD or Blu-ray copy of TOS and celebrate!

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