CBS is making a special night of Monday, October 26th. Following the series premiere of Supergirl (8:30/7:30C), the network will air a ninety-minute episode of Scorpion (9:30/8:30C). For more, follow the jump.
CBS is bringing eight – count ’em, eight series to Comic-Con 2015: Supergirl, Limitless, Zoo, Extant, The Big Bang Theory, Person of Interest, Scorpion and Under The Dome.
William Shatner will also make a special appearance to read excerpts from The Autobiography of James T. Kirk.
Each of the shows will be featured in panels – some with pilot presentations, some with extended trailers, and some will provide other services. The Limitless Cafe will provide free coffee (and refills!), phone-charging station and free Wi-Fi.
A Supergirl themed 12-person pedicab will provide free rides through the Gaslamp district and giveaways of such nifty items as gold Supergirl flash tattoos, adult and children’s-sized caped Supergirl T-shirts, Limitless mint “pill” boxes, THE Late Show with Stephen Colbert-branded Col-Bear gummy bears, and Scorpion comic books.
Follow the jump for the complete list of panels, screenings, giveaways and interactive endeavors.
CBS has revealed the premiere dates for its 2015 Fall Schedule; beginning its fall slate with the kick-off of NFL Thursday Night Football on September 17th.
In a show of confidence for its new superhero series, CBS has moved Supergirl’s premiere up from November to Monday, October 26th following The Big Bang Theory before moving to its regular slot – Mondays (8/7C) on November 2nd.
Other highlights include the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation two-hour finale on Sunday, September 27th (9/8C); the premiere of Limitless on Tuesday, September 22nd (10/9C); and the return of CBS’ Thursday night entertainment lineup – The Big Bang Theory, Life In Pieces, Mom, Angel From Hell and elementary – on November 5th.
For a complete look at the CBS 20145 Fall Premiere schedule, follow the jump.
Shortly after the Supergirl pilot was leaked, CBS uploaded its new shows for fall onto the network’s press website where I took a guilt-free look (as a guy who grew up with comics and remembers picking up Supergirl’s first ever comics appearance off of one of those ‘Hey, Kids! Comics!’ racks that used to be in grocery stores across the continent, the temptation to seek out the leaked pilot was almost unbearable).
Is it great? No, not quite. But it is very good.
The annual Critics’ Choice Awards were given out last night and there were a number of surprises like no nomination for Tatiana Maslany this year, and awards for FX shows that come a bit later than maybe they should have, just for two.
It was a light year for broadcast TV once again – only three awards to network shows, but basic cable did better than okay with eight. Online productions nabbed as many awards as broadcast. Hmmmm…
Follow the jump for the complete list of winners – with a brief commentary where it occurs to me.
CBS has five new shows slated for fall premieres. Trailers have become available for all five – Angel From Hell, Code Black, Life In Pieces, Limitless (above) and Supergirl.
Check them – and a few thoughts – out following the jump.
While CBS has made the fewest adjustments to its primetime schedule, two of which are unusual for the network: its first superhero/comics adaptation, Supergirl (above), and given it the 8pm Monday slot beginning in November; there’s a more youthful look to its new procedural, the TV adaptation of Limitless.
The long-running CSI comes to a close with a two-hour movie event that reunites original cast members William F. Petersen and Mag Helgenberger – and sets the stage for Ted Danson’s move to CSI: Cyber.
CBS only added two comedies for fall: Angel From Hell – starring Jane Lynch as Amy, an obnoxious woman who claims to be Allison’s (Maggie Lawson) guardian angel; Life In Pieces – a look at one family’s awkward moments (which might turn out to be their most beautiful milestones).
Waiting in the wings are dramas Rush Hour and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. One of the biggest scheduling shifts finds the thirteen-episode fifth season of Person of Interest moving to mid-season.
For series descriptions and the complete CBS schedule (which includes 22 returning shows), follow the jump.
CBS has unveiled Melissa Benoist’s look as Supergirl. The darker tones of the costume suggest – without exactly replicating – the look of Superman in Man of Steel. Check out the full costume after the break.
Summer Glau knows her audience.
Whether as River Tam in Joss Whedon’s cult classic series and follow-up film, Firefly and Serenity, or as the indestructible android-from-the-future Cameron in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Glau has cornered the market on playing attractive and demure young females with the controlled and deadly power to destroy an opposing legion of trained warriors.
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Glau’s career has been populated with frequent visits to the fanboy realm, adding regular roles on The 4400 and Dollhouse to her featured gigs on Firefly/Serenity and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. The professionally trained ballerina had a seven-episode run on The Unit, and will appear in the upcoming NBC series, The Cape, as well as in the film. Knights of Badassdom.
Summer Glau spend some time chatting about her voice role in Superman/Batman: Apocalypse.