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The creative minds at RocketJump have been cooking up a new project called Dimension 404, and ahead of its premiere on Hulu, the official trailer for the six-episode sci-fi anthology series offers a look at the new show that may especially spark interest in fans of Black Mirror-style storytelling.
"In the darkest depths of cyberspace, there is another world. A lost dimension, home to wonders unseen, terrors unspeakable, and stories unlike any ever told. Dimension 404 is a science fiction anthology that explores the wonders – and terrors – of our digital age. From outrageous horror comedy to mind-bending action adventure, each episode tells a weird and wild sci-fi tale where the twist ending… is just the beginning. Do not click back. Do not reload. You have reconnected… to Dimension 404.
- Derek Anderson
Ahead of its April 4th premiere on Hulu, RocketJump's new sci-fi anthology series Dimension 404.
The first season of Dimension 404 will include appearances by Megan Mullally (Will and Grace), Constance Wu (Fresh Off the Boat), Lea Michele (Glee), Robert Buckley (iZombie), Joel McHale (Community), Sarah Hyland (Modern Family), Patton Oswalt (Ratatouille), Ashley Rickards (Awkward), Sterling Beaumon (Astro Boy), Ryan Lee (Goosebumps), Matt Lauria (Friday Night Lights), Utkarsh Ambudkar (Pitch Perfect), and Malcolm Barrett (Timeless).
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- Derek Anderson
I’ve mentioned that I’ve been against a Will and Grace reboot for a long time now. To be honest I’ve never been a fan of the show but I’ve always respected the hell out of it. When a show is that popular you know they’re doing something right. It was just never my cup of tea. And the show’s cast have all gone on to have great careers after the show ended, which is quite rare in comedy sitcom history. So now that Eric McCormack, Megan Mullaly, Debra Messing and Sean Hayes are back on the set of Will and
- Nat Berman
Fox's Empire is closing out its third season in a big fashion.
The hip-hop drama has enlisted Demi Moore for a multiple-episode role, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The actress will make her debut on the season three finale and see her role as a take-charge nurse with a mysterious past continue into the previously announced fourth season when she becomes more entangled with the Lyon family.
- Lesley Goldberg
The gang is back!
Megan Mullally took to Twitter on Saturday to share a sweet new photo of the Will & Grace crew back together -- save for one important missing piece.
Exclusive: Molly Shannon Is So Excited About 'Will & Grace' Revival: 'It's the Best News Ever!'
NBC announced last month that the Will & Grace revival was official a go, crediting the video the cast filmed in September as the catalyst for the 10-episode reboot.
Creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan will be returning as co-showrunners and executive producers, with legendary TV director James Burrows on board to direct and executive produce, giving us the Will & Grace we all know »
James Burrows has booked his third gig of the season.
The legendary helmer has signed on to direct and executive produce NBC's Max Mutchnick comedy pilot formerly known as Happy Peppers. The mutlicamera comedy from the Will and Grace co-creator has now been retitled Relatively Happy.
This is Burrows' third directing gig of Pilot Season 2017 and second with Mutchnick. Burrows also will helm CBS' Brothered Up, starring Adhir Kalyan, and will return to direct all 10 episodes of NBC's Will and Grace revival.
Relatively Happy revolves around an adult brother and sister (Good Girls Revolt's <a »
- Lesley Goldberg
The actress, who fielded multiple offers this pilot season, has been tapped to star in NBC comedy Happy Peppers, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
From Will and Grace co-creator Max Mutchnick, Happy Peppers revolves around an adult brother and sister who wind up living together for the first time since they were kids after one of them suffers a big loss. They become each other's wingmen, shoulders to cry on, best friends and punching bags as they navigate love, loss and work while helping to get each other "un-stuck."
- Lesley Goldberg
Carrie Bradshaw’s Upper East Side townhouse apartment, they are not.
When Girls premiered on HBO in 2012, viewers immediately noticed its four main characters, Hannah, Marnie, Shoshanna, and Jessa, presented a more imperfect — often downright gritty — version of life as a twenty-something in New York City than most of their fictional forebears. But their mishaps and meltdowns were also notably set in surroundings that were unfamiliar to fans of Friends, Will & Grace or Sex and the City.
The apartments were small and haphazardly decorated, with weird angles and little natural light. They were realistic, but not totally undesirable. The decor »
- Mackenzie Schmidt
It's a family affair.
What people will do for those they love – good and bad – is the theme of Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 15.
And even better, there was a healthy dose of education amid the entertainment.
I always appreciate a little dose of learning in my TV, something that drives me to Google while I'm watching.
For all its many faults, I've enjoyed NBC's Timeless this season, because I get a healthy dose of history each week.
Now that it's in its seventh season, Hawaii Five-0 has really started to tap into Hawaii's 1,000 years of history, discovering some unique narrative settings as a result.
This episode told the story of the Kalaupapa Leprosy Settlement, in the Kalaupapa National Historic Site on Molokai.
This was neatly handled by having the island's law, Sheriff Alana, explain the settlement's history to McGarrett and Chin on the ride out. That way, the viewer quickly got brought up to speed. »
- Dale McGarrigle
NBC has ordered a multi-camera comedy pilot from “Will and Grace” creator Max Mutchnick, TheWrap has learned. The series, titled “Happy Peppers,” follows an adult brother and sister who wind up living together for the first time since they were kids, after one of them suffers a big loss. They become each other’s wingmen, shoulder to cry on, best friend and punching bag as they navigate love, loss and work while helping to get each other “un-stuck.” Mutchnick will serve as writer and executive producer on the pilot along with Jeff Astrof. Astrof is also an executive producer on the upcoming NBC. »
- Joe Otterson
NBC may have found its multicamera comedy to pair with its Will and Grace revival, and it comes from familiar auspices.
Developed at CBS in 2015, the comedy centers on an adult brother and sister who wind up living together for the first time since they were kids after one of them suffers a big loss. They become each other's wingmen, shoulders to cry on, best friends, and punching bags as they navigate love, loss »
- Lesley Goldberg
In 2012, in the midst of a North Carolina ballot initiative to ban same-sex marriage in the state, then-Vice President Joe Biden went on Meet the Press to discuss the bill. "I think Will & Grace probably did more to educate the American public than almost anything anybody has ever done," he told host David Gregory. At the time, the show had been off the air for six years, yet remained a cultural landmark for its depiction of openly gay characters to a nationwide audience not yet accustomed to hearing lines like, »
TV’s take on New York City living is notoriously too good to be true. Monica and Rachel’s palatial apartment on Friends and Carrie Bradshaw’s gorgeous uptown spread are some of the most notorious offenders. But multiply that already unrealistic apartment by the inflation rates during a decade or two off the air, and you’re looking at a truly shocking rent check.
So when NBC announced on Wednesday that they’ll be ordering a 10-episode revival of Will & Grace, the real estate experts at Trulia went to work figuring out just what it would cost for Debra Messing »
- Mackenzie Schmidt
Image Source: Everett Collection Yesterday, Steve Carell tweeted something that momentarily rocked the world of The Office fans everywhere: Breaking News: "The Office" returning to NBC. - Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) January 18, 2017 Could it be true? Was the "World's Best Boss" finally making a comeback to TV? No. Because in total Michael Scott fashion, the "typo" was corrected. Wait, sorry. I meant "Will and Grace" (Typo) - Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) January 18, 2017 On Wednesday, NBC announced Will & Grace would be making a comeback . . . so Carell played off the frenzy by trolling us further. He blamed the "hack" on his former colleague Toby Flenderson. My account was hacked by Toby Flenderson. - Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) January 19, 2017 So much for the revival of TV's greatest love story there ever was. (We're looking at you, Pam and Jim.) It's going to take a moment to cope. And we may never trust again. But, we're Fine. »
- Ashley Cooke
There’s a simple explanation for Steve Carell‘s faux revival tweet.
Breaking News: "The Office" returning to NBC.
— Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) January 18, 2017
Chaos quickly broke out on the social media platform with fans retweeting the exciting announcement, only to be let down moments later when Carell followed up with another message: “Wait, sorry. I meant “Will and Grace” (Typo).”
Wait, sorry. I meant "Will and Grace »
Will & Grace is coming back to NBC, and despite Steve Carell's tweet, just Will & Grace, not The Office. Right after NBC announced the return of Will & Grace, Carell, who played Michael Scott on the long-running The Office, took to Twitter and simply tweeted: "Breaking News: The Office returning to NBC." That tweet got more than 161,000 favorites, 102,000 retweets and close to 7,000 replies (as of article publishing time). In comparison, Carell's follow up tweet, "Wait, sorry. I meant Will and Grace," only got 76,000 favorites, 46,000 retweets, but close to 8,000 replies. In case it's still not clear, The Office is not being revived by NBC. B.J. Novak, a former Office star and »
Nick Harley Jan 19, 2017
Will And Grace is heading back to NBC, with a 10-episode season in the pipeline...
Revivals are hot. Just ask Netflix; their quarterly subscription numbers were higher than expected, no doubt in part to the revival of shows with devoted audiences like Gilmore Girls and Full House. Every network has gotten in on the game, with examples as varied as unexpected players like Cmt scooping up Nashville when ABC cut the cord or series as old as Twin Peaks making a surprise return at Showtime.
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Not to be left behind on TV’s latest hot trend, NBC has confirmed the long-gestating rumors that Emmy-winning series Will And Grace will return for 10 episodes.
For six glorious minutes, Steve Carrell brought immeasurable excitement to our lives with some amazing news, before revealing it all to be a heartbreaking joke.
The Golden Globe-winning actor took to Twitter at 12:57 p.m. on Wednesday, writing, "Breaking News: 'The Office' returning to NBC."
News: John Krasinski Says He Would 'Love' to do an 'Office' Reunion: 'Get the Band Back Together'
Suddenly, for millions of fans, the dark clouds parted, birds started chirps, hearts beat faster and to a happier tune. Even Toby Flenderson would have cracked a smile.
Then, at 1:03 p.m., Carell came back with a correction: "Wait, sorry. I meant 'Will and Grace' (Typo)."
Watch: 'Will & Grace' Revival Series Officially Coming to NBC
Carell was, of course, trolling fans in response to NBC's announcement Wednesday morning at the Television Critics Association press day that Will & Grace would be coming back with a 10-episode revival series.
Original stars Eric McCormack »
Attention Steve Carell: Stop messing with our emotions! Fresh off the news that Will & Grace is heading back to NBC with 10 brand new episodes, the actor decided to play an admittedly oh-no-you-didn't joke on longtime fans of his own beloved sitcom, The Office. "Breaking News: "The Office" returning to NBC," Carell tweeted, shortly following up, "Wait, sorry. I meant "Will and Grace" (Typo)" Ugh. Today's already been overwhelming enough for TV junkies, and Steve trolling the internet was certainly not appreciated. How we long to see Jim and Pam's adorable romance continue to play out onscreen, and what's Stanley up to these days? »
Sorry, viewers of “The Office,” the Jim-Pam (and yes, Dwight Schrute) comedy isn’t coming back to NBC — at least, not any time soon. Steve Carell perfectly trolled fans of the hit sitcom with two tweets on Wednesday. At first, he wrote, “Breaking News: ‘The Office’ returning to NBC.” “Wait, sorry,” Carell then clarified. “I meant ‘Will and Grace’ (Typo).” Also Read: 'Will & Grace' to Return to NBC for 10-Episode Run His bad. Carell was right about the second of those two posts: NBC did (finally) confirm Wednesday that “Will & Grace” will come back for a 10-episode run next season. »
- Tony Maglio
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