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Game of Thrones' Neil Marshall will direct NBC's TV show pilot, Time, written by Supernatural's Eric Kripke and The Sheild's Shawn Ryan. The three will executive produce with The Blacklist's John Davis and John Fox. Ryan's much beloved Terriers was cancelled by FX after its first season. Davis's The Player was cancelled after nine episodes on NBC.
Time features a threesome traveling through time to thwart a criminal mastermind determined to alter history, regardless of the disaster that could ensue.
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Deadline reports that Time is described as “Back to the Future meets Mission: Impossible” and is “a high-octane drama following an unlikely trio who travel through time to battle a master criminal intent on altering the fabric of human history with potentially catastrophic results.”
Marshall, whose film credits include Dog Soldiers, The Descent and Doomsday, has been very active on the small screen as of late, helming episodes of Game of Thrones, Constantine and Hannibal, along with the pilot for Black Sails. »
- Gary Collinson
Neil Marshall (Game of Thrones) is set to direct and executive produce Time, NBC’s action adventure drama pilot from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke, The Shield creator Shawn Ryan, Sony Pictures TV and studio-based Davis Entertainment. Described as "Back To The Future meets Mission: Impossible," Time is a high-octane drama following an unlikely trio who travel through time to battle a master criminal intent on altering the fabric of human history with potentially… »
The simply titled time travel TV show Time already has an exciting team-up with creators Shawn Ryan, the man behind FX’s Emmy-winning series The Shield, and Eric Kripke, who created much-fan-beloved Supernatural. Now there’s another talent aboard the project who comes with some solid geek cred. Kripke announced on Twitter today that Neil Marshall will direct the pilot episode for Time. This should have genre fans stoked — Marshall helmed excellent cave-expedition-gone-wrong horror movie The Descent and also directed two Game of Thrones episodes memorable for their epic battle scenes, “Blackwater” and “The Watchers on the Wall.” Might this mean we can hope for some horror elements and solid action sequences in Time? News! Amazing genre director #NeilMarshall (#Got, The Descent) is directing our NBC Pilot #Time! I'm a crazy huge fan. @ShawnRyanTV — Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) January 28, 2016 NBC recently gave Time a pilot order — if the network likes it, »
- Emily Rome
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Using the book by Karl Alexander (as well as the 1979 Malcolm McDowell/Mary Steenburgen film) as a “starting point,” the prospective Warner Bros. TV drama will chronicle the epic adventures of young H.G. Wells and his Time Machine. (In the novel/movie, Wells was in pursuit of a Time Machine-commandeering Jack the Ripper.)
Just a week ago NBC ordered a pilot for Time, »
NBC has ordered two drama pilots, both hailing from sister studio Universal Television, Variety has learned.
“Miranda’s Rights” is a one-hour legal soap about an idealistic group of lawyers who not only work together but live together at their start-up firm. Lovejoy penned the script and will serve as a co-exec producer on the pilot, marking the newcomer’s first producer credit on a series. John Glenn will exec produce through his John Glenn Entertainment banner.
“Midnight Texas,” written by Monica Owusu-Breen (“Agents of Shield,” “Brothers & Sisters,” “Alias”) is a supernatural project described as “Twins Peaks” meets “True Blood.” Based on the novels of the same name from author Charlaine Harris who wrote the books that inspired HBO’s vampire hit, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
NBC is filling up its winter calendar with a little help from The Voice.
The singing competition show will serve as a lead-in for preview episodes of The Carmichael Show — officially returning for its second season on March 13 (9/8c) — and several new series coming to the Peacock network.
All told, here’s a rundown of what NBC has in store for us in March/April:
Tuesday, March 8
10:30 pm The Carmichael Show preview episode
Maybe it was the buildup toward Back To the Future Day, but time travel became a favorite arena this development season, with some of the top creators and producers — Shawn Ryan & Eric Kripke, Phil Lord & Chris Miller and Kevin Williamson — tackling it with high profile projects. Ryan and Kripke’s drama Time came to market first in August, sparking a bidding war and landing a pilot production commitment at NBC. Williamson’s Time After Time, based on the 1979 novel by Karl… »
First put into development this past August with a hefty pilot production commitment, “Time” had been at the center of a bidding war between the Big Four networks. Following a slew of comedy pilot pickups at NBC, “Time” marks the network’s first original drama pilot order in contention for 2016-17.
Described as a high-octane drama, “Time” follows an unlikely trio who travel through time to battle a master criminal intent on altering the fabric of human history with potentially catastrophic results.
Kripke, who created “Supernatural,” and Ryan, who created “The Shield,” are co-writers on the project. They’ll also serve as exec producers, along with “The Blacklist’s” John Davis and John Fox, plus Marney Hochman.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The Peacock network has ordered a sci-fi drama pilot from the respective creators of The Shield and Supernatural titled Time that follows an unlikely trio who travel through (wait for it… ) time to battle a brilliant criminal intent on altering the fabric of human history with potentially catastrophic results.
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NBC has given a pilot order to Time, an action adventure drama from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke and The Shield creator Shawn Ryan. The network, which kicked off its orders with several comedies last week, continues to go through the projects with the biggest commitments in its early pilot pickups. In a bidding war, Time, from Sony Pictures TV and studio-based Davis Entertainment, landed at NBC in August with a pilot production commitment. Described as "Back To The… »
NBC has ordered a pilot for “Time” — a drama about heroes who travel through it — from the producers of “The Shield” and “Supernatural.” Written by Shawn Ryan and Eric Kripke, “Time” is billed as a high-octane drama that follows an unlikely trio trying to stop a master criminal from catastrophically altering human history. Ryan is creator and showrunner of FX’s “The Shield” as well as the upcoming “Mad Dogs” for Amazon. Kripke is the creator and executive producer of The CW’s “Supernatural.” Also Read: 7 TCA Takeaways: Murder, Musicals, and Maybe Netflix Secrets The two writers will executive produce the pilot. »
- Daniel Holloway
NBC is making good Time. The network on Thursday handed out a formal pilot pickup to drama Time, from an all-star combination of Shawn Ryan, Eric Kripke, John Davis and John Fox, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The high-octane project follows an unlikely trio who travel through time to battle a master criminal intent on altering the fabric of human history with potentially catastrophic results. Ryan (The Shield, Terriers) and Kripke (Supernatural) will pen the script and executive produce alongside The Blacklist producers Davis and Fox. Marney Hochman is also set to exec produce the drama. Time hails
- Lesley Goldberg
Recording artist and former Disney Channel doyenne Debby Ryan has copped a choice role on NBC’s The Mysteries of Laura, as the titular MomCop’s half-sister — and Debra Messing has shared a first photo from the start of filming.
Ryan will guest-star in a two-parter (airing Feb. 24 and March 2) as Lucy (in the sky with?) Diamond, Laura’s troublemaking half-sister. (Betcha she treats life like it’s a party every day.) Despite a rocky relationship, Laura resolves to help Lucy when she’s the prime suspect in a murder case. »
Pilot season is upon us, meaning the broadcast networks are taking stock of their needs for 2016-17 and getting the ball rolling toward filling any gaps. With things about to get really interesting — meaning it’s time to start booking actors for these wannabe hits! — TVLine presents its annual round-up of who’s planning what, and well as our guide to the lingo that gets tossed around.
Fun fact: Last year, less than half of the pilots on this grid got ordered to series, and six that did have already bitten the dust.
For easy access: Review the list of pilots for ABC, »
It is still unknown whether Supernatural, The CW hit show, will come back for another season. Season 11B is set to premiere Jan. 20. Supernatural, created by Eric Kripke, is a sci-fi mystery that appeals mostly to young women. The show started out on The WB for their first season in 2005 but then moved to The […]
The post Is ‘Supernatural’ Getting A Season 12? CW ‘Hopes’ So appeared first on uInterview. »
- Crystal Smith
It's a Creature Double Feature. The way CW president Mark Pedowitz is talking at the TCA winter press tour, it sounds like both the Supernatural and iZombie TV series are more likely to be renewed than cancelled. Currently in its 11th season, Supernatural has performed well for the network, despite changing broadcast nights five times, during its long run.
While creator Eric Kripke left the show after its fifth season, Supernatural stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki (and that gorgeous black '67 Impala, Baby) have continued to re-up their contracts. In his remarks, Pedowitz mentioned the actors (but not Baby), as well as iZombie creators Rob Thomas, Diane Ruggiero, and stars Malcolm Goodwin, Rose McIver, and Rahul Kohli.
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Now that the holiday season is over, many of your favorite TV shows will be returning from their holiday hiatus, and in a few months, the networks will make decisions about which shows to renew and cancel. One show whose fate remains in the balance is The CW's Supernatural, which will return with the back half of Season 11 on Wednesday, January 20 with the midseason premiere The Devil In the Details. TV Line attended the network's TCA winter tour panel earlier today, where network president Mark Pedowitz revealed he's "hopeful" that the show will be renewed for Season 12, although he didn't make an official announcement.
"Both Jared (Padalecki) and Jensen (Ackles) are having a blast. As long as they're having a blast, it's a great thing. The show is performing better than it did last year, better than you could ever hope. I'm very hopeful that we'll see it again. »
18 items from 2016
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