Disney Channel seems certain they have a hit on their hands with Tangled: The Series – the network has ordered a second season more than three weeks before the series Premieres on March 10th.
Disney’s unorthodox retelling of the Rapunzel story in Tangled was validated when the movie became a huge hit.
Now, the original Rapunzel and Flynn (now Eugene) from the film – Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi – are voicing the characters in Disney Channel’s Tangled: The Series.
After being locked up in that tower for so long, Rapunzel has to reacquaint herself with the kingdom of Corona. Fortunately, she has the support of Eugene, her chameleon sidekick, the dutiful no-nonsense horse, Pascal and the Snuggly Duck Pub Thugs.
Tangled: The Series premieres on Friday, March 24th (7:30/6:30C).
Moore and Levi talk about the series in a new video after the break.
Ashley Judd, Richard Kind and Jeffrey Tambor lead a host of additions to Disney Channel’s Tangled: Before Ever After.
Judd will play Rapunzel’s mother, Queen Arianna, while Tambor will reprise his film role, Big Nose, and Kind will portray Uncle Morty..
Also joining the cast are: Eden Espinoza as Rapunzel’s handmaiden and confidant, Cassandra; Jeff Ross, as Hook Hand’s brother, Hook Foot, Paul F Tompkins – returning to the role of Shorty, and M.C. Gaines, back from the movie as Captain of the Guards – among others.
For a complete (as of now) cast list, follow the jump.
NBC has unleashed a storm of eleven character motion posters for Heroes Reborn – and they look like harbingers of bad, bad weather.
Some of them may also hint at the characters’ powers – especially Tommy. Check them out after the jump.
NBC has released the first trailer for Heroes Reborn that shows footage from the event series. Check it out after the jump.
Heroes Reborn premieres on Thursday, September 24th (8/7C).
Walt Disney’s Rapunzel update, Tangled, is about to become an animated TV series with a premiere set for 2017 on Disney Channels around the world.
Mandy Moore (Rapunzel) and Zachary Levi (Eugene aka Flynn Rider) will reprise their roles in the series. Academy Award-winning composer Alan Mencken, a Disney legend, will provide new music for the show.
The series was developed by Chris Sonnenburg (Disney’s Enchanted) and Shane Prigmore (The LEGO Movie). For more, follow the jump.
Zachary Levi (Chuck) is back in the NBC fold. Levi has signed on to the networks upcoming event miniseries, Heroes Reborn. Levi will be joining the previously signed Jack Coleman who played Noah Bennet in the original series.
For more, follow the jump.
Over five completely unexpected seasons – the show was always on the bubble – NBC’s little show that could, did! Chuck [Friday, 8/7C], wraps up its fifth and final season with a two-hour finale that will make you laugh, cry and laugh some more [before you cry some more]. If any other show wraps its run like this, it would be a crime. For Chuck to wrap this way is perfect.
After five seasons, NBC’s cult favorite spy series, Chuck [Friday, 8/7C], reaches the end of its mission with a two-hour finale this week. In honor of that accomplishment, the stars of the show look back at what the show has done – and what it has meant to the.
Besides the remaining interview clips, a sneak peek at the series finale follows the jump.
As Chuck [NBC, Fridays, 8/7C] works toward its series finale, we’ve been treated to some of the show’s best episodes and some terrific guest stars [Carrie-Anne Moss and Danny Pudi, last week].
This week, in Chuck vs. The Curse, Rebecca Romjin guests as a villain with a penchant for torture – and to round out ‘the tallest cast on television!’ She talk about the ep following the jump and series stars Zachary Levi [Chuck] and Ryan McPartlin [Captain Awesome] talk about the ep and the bigger picture of which it is but a part.
This week, Chuck [NBC, Fridays, 9/8C] – aka The Little Show That Could – returns to the NBC schedule with a few minor changes: Team Bartkowski has gone private, Morgan has the Intersect and, oh, yeah, they’re nearly broke! [Start up costs, y’know…?]