Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, March 1. All times are Eastern. Top picks Chicago Fire (NBC, 8 p.m.): The Dick Wolf universe is all connected, so NBC is doing a night of Chicago. It all kicks off over at Chicago Fire...Show More Summary
Noah Mills has joined the cast of For God And Country, NBC's military drama pilot from writer/executive producer Dean Georgaris, Keshet Studios and Universal TV. Anne Heche and Mike Vogel star in the project, described as a heart-pounding...Show More Summary
JJ Totah has been set to play Mindy Kaling’s son in the pilot for NBC’s untitled Kaling/Charlie Grandy comedy from Universal TV, Kaling International and 3 Arts Entertainment. Written by Kaling and Grandy and directed by Michael Spiller,...Show More Summary
Hadi Tabbal (Madam Secretary) is set as a series regular opposite Anne Heche and Mike Vogel in For God And Country, NBC's military drama pilot from writer Dean Georgaris, Keshet Studios and Universal TV. Written by Georgaris and directed...Show More Summary
Anne Heche is set as the female lead opposite Mike Vogel in For God and Country, NBC's military drama pilot from writer Dean Georgaris, Keshet Studios and Universal TV. Written by Georgaris, For God and Country is described as a heart-pounding...Show More Summary
A renowned activist and actress is speaking Tuesday at the University of Southern Mississippi. Jasmine Guy is the winner of six NAACP Image Awards for her role in NBC's sitcom … Click to Continue »
NBC's new comic book series Powerless has already included some epic references to DC Comics heroes. The latest episode revealed how Aquaman fits into the Powerless universe, and it's pretty great.
Do you have an irresistible pitch for a TV show that's just waiting to break barriers and bring marginalized voices to the fore? Universal Cable Productions (UCP), the studio that produced hit shows like “Mr. Robot” and “Difficult People,” is partnering with NBCUniversal Talent Infusion Programs (NBCUNI TIPS) for its second annual Pitch Fest. Show More Summary
Patrick Schumacker is one of the co-showrunners on NBC's new DC universe comedy, Powerless. Sabrina Jalees is one of the show's writers, and is responsible for what is quite possibly the show's most feminist first season episode. When I visited the set, I had the chance to talk with both of them about where the show is headed as its first season continues.
The NBC comedy dips a little deeper into the DC Universe with this week's episode. The post Powerless Promo: Dating Riddler’s Henchman Doesn’t End Well appeared first on CBR.com.
Despite a lackluster premiere, the NBC sitcom brings some much-needed humanity to a superhuman universe. Last night, NBC aired the premiere episode of its new series Powerless, the first television sitcom from comic entertainment company DC, which is responsible for superheroes like Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Show More Summary
The first sitcom set in the DC Universe, NBC's new show premiered to less than stellar ratings. The post Powerless Superhero Sitcom Debuts to Not So Super Ratings appeared first on CBR.com.
Developed by Ben Queens ("Cars 2") for NBC, "Powerless" is a comedy series set in the DC Comics universe that follows the staff of Wayne Security, a subsidiary of Wayne... For more, visit our blog !
With "Powerless," NBC gets a show set in the DC Comics universe heretofore mainly the province of Fox ("Gotham," "Lucifer") and the CW ("Supergirl," "The Flash,” "Arrow," "DC’s Legends of Tomorrow," "iZombie"). It is not an adapted property, however, but an original office comedy, set at a company...
NBC News erroneously reported Wednesday that Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch opposed allowing military recruiters on campus while he was a student at Columbia University.
NBC News: President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court has been vague about gay marriage and other issues important to the LGBTQ community, but back when he was an undergraduate at Columbia University he opposed military recruiting on campus precisely because it discriminated against gays and lesbians. Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Thursday, February 2. All times are Eastern. Top picks Steven Universe (Cartoon Network, 7 p.m.): Steven Universe’s week of brand-new episodes wraps up with the conclusion to the latest Pink Diamond arc. Show More Summary
I'm a sucker for stories that explore what life in a superhero universe is like for the regular people who live there, so I've been pretty interested in the DC superhero sitcom Powerless, debuting February 2 on NBC, ever since it was announced. Show More Summary
NBC's new workplace sitcom Powerless is a noble (if sometimes uneven) attempt to bring some much-needed levity to the small screen DC universe.
TV's Batman lends his voice to a new teaser for the NBC comedy, set within the DC Universe. The post Powerless: Adam West Narrates Comics-Inspired Promo appeared first on CBR.com.