Friday, January 6, 2012

NBC TCA Talk: Betty White, 'Community', 'The Voice', 'White Collar', and 'Smash'...

"Betty White celebrates her birthday with Ellen Degeneres, Tina Fey, and AMERICA"

Betty White is turning 90 years young, and she's doing it surrounded by her famous friends! ... [MORE]

"NBC TCA Talk: The Community of it all"

Community still does not have a return date. That was one of the first things Robert Greenblatt said to start off NBC-Universal's TCA day today in Los Angeles. He knew just how many reporters in the audience were fans of the show and eagerly awaiting its return. What he did say? It definitely will be back... [MORE]

"NBC TCA Talk: The Voice announces eight new advisers for season two"

This is The Voice! NBC announced today during their TCA press tour that The Voice coaches Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, and Blake Shelton will be joined by eight new advisers, helping their team members better themselves as artists... [MORE]

"Matt Bomer & Tim DeKay talk White Collar cliffhangers & Yankee Stadium filming"

White Collar is known for its end of the season cliffhangers, but that doesn’t mean when it returns this January the episode is without more than its share of tense moments. Though series star Matt Bomer told LA TV Insider Examiner that the season wil end on “the biggest cliffhanger we’ve had so far,” we will have to endure some micro-cliffhangers leading up to it, mainly regarding the push/pull for Neal... [MORE]

"NBC TCA Talk: Debra Messing, Megan Hilty, Debra Messing, et al preview Smash"

Look, we're not going to beat around the bush or pretend to have any pretenses: the premiere of Smash cannot come soon enough for us. And that is coming from someone who has actually already seen the pilot. It's so good, we will watch it again when it airs. And we will watch it live. As NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt explained to critics at TCA today, if you give the audience a "first taste," so to speak, they will get hooked and come back for much more. So they are unrolling the pilot of Smash three weeks early via Comcast's XfinityTV. Then when the show starts airing on the network in February, it will do so consecutively, the biggest perk to having a mid-season start we can think of... [MORE]

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