News out of the NBC TCAs today, also confirmed on Sean Hayes’ Facebook page – WILL & GRACE is officially coming back for a 10 episode season in the 2017/2018 season! What says NBC in their release about the event? THEY’RE BAACK … NBC REUNITES TV’S FAVORITE FOURSOME WITH THE RETURN OF ‘WILL & GRACE’ (AND JACK AND KAREN) 10 New Episodes of the Groundbreaking 16-Time Emmy Award-Winning Comedy Series to Air in 2017-18 Season UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif — Jan.
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Television shows sometimes impact viewers so much that they touch their hearts and change their lives. I’ve written here at mytakeontv before about what a powerful tool TV can be. This year’s Winter TCA’s gave NBC a chance to show off some of its more noble shows. And three of them – Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med come from Executive Producer Dick Wolf. Wolf joined Colin Donnell (Chicago Med), S. Epatha Merkerson (Chicago Med), Monica Raymund (Chicago Fire),
NBC shadows worldrenowned cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Kathy Magliato in “Heartbeat,” and executives gave the winter TCAs a look at this unique series. The “Heartbeat” panel consisted of executive producers Amy Brenneman and Brad Silberling, executive producer and showrunner Jill Gordon, co-executive producer Dr. Kathy Magliato, and actors Don Hany, Melissa George, Dave Annable, D.L. Hughley, J Louis Mills, Shelley Conn, Jamie Kennedy, and Maya Erskine. Kathy, tell us, first of all, what got you interested in being a doctor in
NBC series Shades of Blue offers a fresh slant on the NYPD, as detectives strive to enforce the law without being influenced by corruption within. Jennifer Lopez, and other members of the cast and crew, joined NBC for a panel discussion with the press at this year’s winter TCAs. Jennifer, what was it like for you filming the entire season at once, not knowing how the series will be received? JENNIFER LOPEZ (Executive Producer/Star): It was nerve‑racking. Just doing the
The TCA Winter Press Tour and Warner Brothers gave writers and cast of The Big Bang Theory a chance to give the press a brief inside look into the behind-the-scenes world of this monumentally successful CBS comedy series. A Place to Laugh Executive Producer Chuck Lorre broke the ice by referencing his tendancy to insert “places to laugh” in writers’ scripts, constantly challenging the writers to do better and be funnier. Writer Don Reo said, “It’s a quest for excellence,