Anne Hathaway and Morgan Spurlock lead a night of animated fun on FOX
Jeff Gaspin and Angela Bromstad discuss Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien and... other things
I usually don't live-blog Television Critics Association press tour panels except when they're likely to be spectacularly newsworthy, spectacularly funny, spectacularly stupid or spectacularly awkward.
No fair guessing which of those four I'm expecting from Sunday (Jan. 10) morning's NBC Executive Session featuring Jeff Gaspin (Chairman NBC Universal Television Entertainment) and Angela Bromstad (President, Primetime Entertainment, NBC and Universal Media Studios).
I do, however, expect Jay Leno to be mentioned once or twice. Follow along! [And click through...]
Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski and Adam Baldwin return with two hours of Sunday fun
I could just bottom line this for you: Plenty of shows will be premiering and returning in the first few months of 2010. I know this because I watched more than 30 hours of screeners last weekend, an amount that verges on a mathematical impossibility. Many of the screeners I watched are for shows I enjoy, shows I respect a great deal, shows I fully intend to recommend to you further at a later date. I don't think that any of those shows are more enjoyable than NBC's "Chuck," funnier than NBC's "Chuck," more exciting than NBC's "Chuck," more easily and instantly able to bring a smile to my face than NBC's "Chuck."
CBS TCA panels also include NBC slamming and news on the fate of 'Numb3rs'
The first episode is chaotic, but by Week Two Bill and his wives have a new purpose
What does the future hold for Chuck and Sarah? What's coming up for Captain Awesome?
David Goyer promises the return of the kangaroo and the identity of Suspect Zero
Twitter, Intersect 2.0 and the power of Subway come up in the first part of this interview
ABC's special almost made the women of 'The Bachelor' look classy and thoughtful
Are flipping, cat-fighting and moralizing gymnasts more of a summer thing?