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Brief Promo For Cancelled Wonder Woman TV Show Leaks!

Posted on 10 June 2011 by Christian

A brief promo featuring Adrianne Palicki as Wonder Woman has found it’s way online, and while it’s literally only made up of a bit of slo-mo walking and a logo, it gives us a taste of what we’re missing…

So far, we’ve seen a few stills and reviews for the cancelled Wonder Woman TV show (as well as a single official shot of Adrianne Palicki in costume and a couple of dozen set photos) and while the pilot episode has so far not emerged online for the world to see, the following promo has! Many thanks to Bleeding Cool.

Not much I know, but does this make you wish they’d given the show a chance? Would you watch the the pilot episode if it was released online? Be sure to share your thoughts in the usual place!

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ABC New Promo Video Clip For Charlie

Posted on 23 May 2011 by Christian

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Posted on 14 February 2011 by Christian

Once Upon a Time, the buzzworthy ABC drama pilot fromLost alum Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, has found a director. The Noob News hears

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ABC Gets Behind Potential Marvel Series

Posted on 11 January 2011 by Christian

According to TVline.com, Paul Lee, ABC President, is excited about the connection between the network and Marvel in terms of potential TV series based on the publishers’ titles, among them, of course, the Hulk and Jessica Jones.


Says Lee,

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Eva Longoria Working on Texas-Based Soap Opera

Posted on 29 November 2010 by Christian

Eva Longoria, in the midst of a divorce from Tony Parker, is executive producing the Texan-style Romeo and Juliet you didn’t know you were waiting for: Sendera. The ABC soap, currently in the works, centers around two wealthy families

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ABC Gives Season Pickups to Better With You, No Ordinary Family

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Christian

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Did you know ABC has a new comedy called Better with You airing Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m.? Apparently it does, and the network likes this show so much, it’s decided to order up a full season of 22 episodes, despite the fact that said half-hour has generated about as much buzz as a Hallmark Channel movie of the week. New ABC chief Paul Lee late Monday also gave a full-season order to the much more hyped new drama No Ordinary Family, confirmed the previous full-season pick-up for Brothers & Sisters and ordered 5 more episodes of fellow Tuesday night newcomer Detroit 1-8-7. ABC didn’t say anything about struggling crime drama The Whole Truth, however, which would indicate the show isn’t long for this world (though it may stay on the air through the end of the year). Meanwhile, back to Better with You: The comedy, which comes from the mind of former Friends (and Joey) exec producer Shana Goldberg-Meehan, has been doing acceptable, but hardly inspiring, Nielsen numbers, holding on to about 85 percent of its The Middle lead-in among viewers under 50 the last few weeks. That’s on par, or maybe a bit better, than recently renewed freshman comedies $*! My Dad Says and Outsourced. The latter two series, however, have gotten a lot more ink during the early part of the fall season– though mostly because critics have been slapping those shows for being really awful. Nobody’s talking much at all about Better With You, but now that it’s apparently going to be sticking around a while, we might actually have to watch it to see if it’s worth forming any sort of opinion about it whatsoever.
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Guillermo del Toro Pitching a Take on ABC

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Christian

Marvel & ABC’s tentative live-action series for the “Incredible Hulk” reportedly already has a pitcher in Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro. Check it out!

The announcement of Marvel Studios teaming up with Disney’s ABC network is said to adapt many of Marvel’s comic properties into live-action television series. And one of those properties being ‘The Incredible Hulk,’ the studio is reportedly setting the series as a top priority. And now Io9 is claiming:

“Hulk has a “showrunner wanted” [sign] around its neck, and sources are saying that Guillermo del Toro and Battlestar Galactica producer David Eick will be pitching a take.”

The site further claims that ABC had no comment, neither confirming or denying it. But with great CBM titles under his belt, such as Hellboy, it’s sequel, and Blade II, what do you think of Guillermo del Toro pitching a weekly Incredible Hulk series?

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Nielsen Reports Third Weekly Win In A Row For CBS

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Christian

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