In case you're not in the know or you've been too busy getting your own service off the ground, NBCUniversal is officially launching their own streaming service later this year called Peacock. Yes, that's also the name of a large, colorful animal – but it's also been the mascot for NBC since just after the […]
As Saturday Night Live alum Tina Fey readies to host this weekend's season finale (her sixth time hosting) of NBC's famed sketch comedy series (with Nicki Minaj as musical guest), now seems as good a time as any for Fey to reflect back on her career. And what better way to do that than with animation… […]
With a little more than two months before American Woman makes its June 7th premiere on the Paramount Network, we're getting some exclusive first looks at co-creators John Riggi (30 Rock) and John Wells's (Shameless) 1970s-set dramedy series. Inspired loosely by the early life of actress/Bravo personality Kyle Richards, the new series stars Alicia Silverstone (Clueless), […]
30 Rock's Scott Adsit posted on the John Byrne forum about his new acquisition, Ladies and Gentlemen, John Byrne has entered his own No Fly Zone. I give you the one-time-only, never again, morally depraved, ethically corrupt, unscrupulous, artistically impossible, hideous travesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery of a travesty of two […]
Including the lowest rated series premiere of all time.
We thought something like this was coming and here it is. Marvel's rebuttal to Avengers Academy #8 being destroyed in last week's episode of 30 Rock with Joe Quesada and Tom Brevoort… Just so you know, Scott Adsit was quite the table hopper at NYCC last year, buying lots of comics. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SprQf2VccWU[/youtube]
Sommers is in the… er… city. And he's guest blogging. And here I thought this whole "Live-Television-Episode" gimmick might have crescendoed last week in the States when Seth MacFarland's animated The Cleveland Show lampooned the idea. No such luck: 30 Rock, admittedly one of the stronger-scripted half-hour comedies of the last few years (let alone […]