Upfronts 2007: NBC

Tja, im Grunde gab es dann gegenüber den zuvor durchgesickerten Gerüchten keine großen Überraschungen mehr. Heroes bleibt auf Montag, „Bionic Woman“ kommt nicht erst zur Midseason, sondern bereits im Herbst und „Medium“ wandert auf den Sonntag. „Friday Night Lights“ wechselt wie erwartet auf den Freitag-Abend.

Interessant ist auch, dass zum ersten Mal seit Jahren bei NBC im Herbst keine einzige neue Comedy-Serie startet, „The I.T. Crowd“ kommt wohl erst zur Midseason („Scrubs“-Sendeplatz?).

Details gibt es im Wiki.

Die Pressemeldung von NBC in ihrer ganzen Schönheit…







NEW YORK – May 14, 2007 — NBC will enhance its current roster of critically acclaimed and creatively ambitious programs with a new 2007-08 primetime lineup that features five new dramas, one new comedy and a variety of fresh unscripted programs, complemented by a host of innovative programming moves, it was announced today at NBC’s presentation to advertisers and the media at New York’s Radio City Music Hall.

„Last year we promised a return to the NBC legacy of quality, and in terms of awards, buzz and critical acclaim, that’s just what we delivered,“ said NBC Entertainment President Kevin Reilly. „We’ve got the class and next season we’re ready to add some mass, with new shows that build on the creative accomplishments of last season and are as broad as they are good. Combine the energy of these new programs with the bulked-up strength of our existing NBC hits and you’ve got a lineup that’s poised to take us to the next level.“

„We’ve always been a company that’s embraced new ideas and introduced innovations ahead of the pack,“ said Marc Graboff, President, NBC Universal Television, West Coast. „Today’s advertisers want programs that excite viewers and command real passion both on our broadcast airwaves and in the digital/online realm, and that’s what our new fall schedule is all about.“

NBC’s 2007-08 lineup features the new dramas „Journeyman“ (Mondays, 10-11 p.m. ET), a romantic-mystery from the Emmy Award-winning producers of „The West Wing,“ concerning a San Francisco newspaper reporter (Kevin McKidd, „Rome“) who inexplicably begins to travel through time and alter people’s lives; and „Chuck“ (Tuesdays, 9-10 p.m. ET), a comedic spy thriller about an unassuming computer geek who is unexpectedly catapulted into a new career as a government agent after spy secrets are mysteriously embedded into his brain.

Also new this fall is the drama „Bionic Woman“ (Wednesdays, 9-10 p.m. ET), a re-imagination of the classic from David Eick („Battlestar Galactica“) and Jason Smilovic („Kidnapped“). „Bionic Woman“ stars Michelle Ryan („EastEnders“) as a young woman whose life is radically altered and empowered after a car crash. Additionally, „Life“ (Wednesdays, 10-11 p.m. ET) features a complex police detective (Damian Lewis, „Band of Brothers“) who’s given a second chance on the force after serving years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.

The new dramedy „Lipstick Jungle,“ from bestselling author Candace Bushnell („Sex and the City“), is set to debut in January 2008 on Sundays (10-11 p.m. ET). Created by Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Helene, („How I Met Your Mother“), the series involves the lives of three high-powered friends (Brooke Shields, „Suddenly Susan,“ Kim Raver, „24,“ and Lindsay Price, „Beverly Hills, 90210“) who are determined to achieve their dreams and to do it on their own terms.

The latest new comedy from NBC is „The IT Crowd,“ based on the acclaimed British series that takes a behind-the-scenes peek at the misunderstood techies (Joel McHale, „The Soup,“ and Richard Ayoade, „The IT Crowd“ — U.K.) who toil in the Information Technology department of a large, impersonal corporation. „The IT Crowd“ is scheduled to join the NBC schedule during the course of the 2007-08 season.

Among today’s additional announcements, each representing a unique opportunity for NBC’s clients to attach their messages to original and quality content that goes beyond the 30-second spot, are:

*NBC „bulks up“ with 30 combined episodes of „Heroes“ and „Heroes: Origins,“ an innovative new spin-off that each week will introduce a new character — one of whom will be chosen by viewers through the „Heroes“ website on NBC.com to become a cast regular the following season.

*The network has ordered 30 half-hours of the hit series „The Office,“ including five hour-long episodes, and also has increased the season order for „My Name Is Earl“ to 25 episodes.

*Jerry Seinfeld, star of the classic NBC mega-hit „Seinfeld,“ returns to the network to create and star in 20 unique live-action comedy „minisodes“ inspired by his experiences creating the upcoming DreamWorks animated feature film „Bee Movie,“ in theaters November 2. NBC Universal will also have the exclusive U.S. broadcast and cable network rights to the film, which features Seinfeld as the voice of Barry B. Benson, a disillusioned bee. Produced by Seinfeld and DreamWorks, the 20 comedy shorts will give viewers a glimpse at Seinfeld’s behind-the-scenes antics during production of the movie. The „minisodes“ will run on NBC’s primetime schedule this Fall, as well as on NBC.com, on designated days before and after the release of the film.

*Series renewals include the Peabody Award-winning drama „Friday Night Lights,“ now shifting to Friday nights (10-11 p.m. ET); „Scrubs,“ also a Peabody winner, for a seventh season; and the venerable, Emmy-winning „Law & Order,“ for its historic 18th season (see separate NBCUMV.com release).

*NBC’s acclaimed Thursday „Comedy Night Done Right“ lineup will next year lead off with „My Name is Earl“ at 8 p.m. (ET), which will be followed by „30 Rock“ at 8:30 p.m., the Peabody Award-winning „The Office“ at 9 p.m. and „Scrubs“ at 9:30.

*New NBC series „Bionic Woman“ and „Life“ will be re-purposed on SCI FI Channel and USA Network, respectively, shortly after their original telecasts on NBC.

*NBC will kick-start the weekend on Fridays (8-9 p.m. ET) with „Game Night,“ a rotation of game shows that features „1 vs 100“ (hosted by Bob Saget) for eight weeks, followed by six weeks of the new variety competition series „The Singing Bee“ in the fall. The program is a competition that challenges contestants to accurately sing the lyrics to popular songs — even when the band stops playing.

Also at today’s presentation in New York, the network unveiled several new „NBC 360“ digital initiatives that will help maintain the NBC Universal Television Group’s leadership in the creation and execution of innovative digital opportunities across its multiple media platforms (see related NBCUMV.com releases).

Later in the fall, NBC plans to introduce the unscripted series, „World Moves,“ a talent competition program from executive producer Randy Jackson („American Idol“) that features dance teams from around the world auditioning for their shot to come to Los Angeles and compete for a global championship and an international touring contract.

After „Sunday Night Football“ concludes its season in January 2008, the network will unveil a new regular line-up. After the return of „Dateline NBC“ (7-8 p.m. ET) will be the 18th season premiere of „Law & Order“ (8-9 p.m. ET), followed by the fourth season debut of „Medium“ (9-10 p.m. ET) and the premiere of the sexy new dramedy „Lipstick Jungle“ (10-11 p.m. ET).


*New programs in CAPS (with the exception of „ER“)

8-9 p.m. „Deal or No Deal“
9-10 p.m. „Heroes“
10-11 p.m. „JOURNEYMAN“

8-9 p.m. „The Biggest Loser“
9-10 p.m. „CHUCK“
10-11 p.m. „Law & Order: Special Victims Unit“

8-9 p.m. „Deal or No Deal“
9-10 p.m. „BIONIC WOMAN“
10-11 p.m. „LIFE“

8-8:30 p.m. „My Name Is Earl“
8:30-9 p.m. „30 Rock“
9-9:30 p.m. „The Office“
9:30-10 p.m. „Scrubs“
10-11 p.m. „ER“

8-9 p.m. „1 vs 100″/“THE SINGING BEE“
9-10 p.m. „Las Vegas“
10-11 p.m. „Friday Night Lights“

8-9 p.m. „Dateline NBC“
9-11 p.m. Drama Series Encores

SUNDAY (Fall 2007)
7-8 p.m. „Football Night in America“
8-11 p.m. „NBC Sunday Night Football“

SUNDAY (January 2008)
7-8 p.m. „Dateline NBC“
8-9 p.m. „Law & Order“
9-10 p.m. „Medium“
10-11 p.m. „LIPSTICK JUNGLE“


New Dramas

„JOURNEYMAN“– From Emmy Award-winning writer-producer Kevin Falls („The West Wing“) and Emmy Award-winning director-producer Alex Graves („The West Wing“), „Journeyman“ is a romantic mystery-drama about Dan Vasser (Kevin McKidd, „Rome“), a San Francisco newspaper reporter and family man who inexplicably begins to travel through time and change people’s lives. Along the way, he also must deal with the difficulties and strife at work and home brought on by his sudden disappearances. However, his freewheeling travels through the decades reunite him with his long-lost fiance Livia (Moon Bloodgood, „Day Break“) — which complicates his present-day life with wife Katie (Gretchen Egolf, „Martial Law“) and their son. Reed Diamond („Homicide: Life on the Street“) and Charles Henry Wyson („The Curious Case of Benjamin Button“) also star. „Journeyman“ is a production of 20th Century Fox Television. Falls is executive producer and writer; Graves is executive producer and director of the pilot.

„CHUCK“ – From executive producer, Josh Schwartz („The O.C.“) and executive producer-director McG („Charlie’s Angels,“ „We Are Marshall“) comes a one-hour, comedic spy thriller about Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi, „Less Than Perfect“) – a computer geek who is catapulted into a new career as the government’s most vital secret agent. When Chuck opens an e-mail subliminally encoded with government secrets, he unwittingly downloads an entire server of sensitive data into his brain. Now, the fate of the world lies in the unlikely hands of a guy who works at Buy More. Instead of fighting computer viruses, he must fight assassins and international terrorists. With the government’s most precious secrets in Chuck’s head, Major John Casey (Adam Baldwin, „My Bodyguard“) of the NSA assumes the responsibility of protecting him. His partner is the CIA’s top agent (and Chuck’s first date in years) Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strzechowski, „Gone“). They’ll keep him safe by trading in his pocket protector for a bulletproof vest. Also starring are Joshua Gomez („Without a Trace“) as Chuck’s best buddy Morgan and Sarah Lancaster („What About Brian?“) as Chuck’s ever-supportive sister Ellie. Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak wrote „Chuck,“ which is produced by College Hill Pictures and Wonderland Sound and Vision in association with Warner Bros. Television.

„BIONIC WOMAN“ – Struggling as a bartender and surrogate mom to her teenage sister, Jaime Sommers (Michelle Ryan, „EastEnders“) didn’t think life could get much harder. But when a devastating car accident leaves her at death’s door, Jaime’s only hope for survival is a cutting-edge, top-secret technology that comes at a hefty price. With a whole new existence and a debt to re-pay, Jaime must figure out how to use her extraordinary abilities for good, while weighing the personal sacrifices she will have to make. Ultimately, it’s Jaime’s journey of self-discovery and inner strength that will help her embrace her new life as the Bionic Woman. Also starring are: Mae Whitman („State of Grace“) as Becca, Jaime’s younger sister; Miguel Ferrer („Crossing Jordan“) as Jonas, the man who employs Jaime’s boyfriend; Chris Bowers („Rescue Me) as Will, Jaime’s boyfriend, who performs the operation; Will Yun Lee („Witchblade“) as Jae, the specialized operations leader; and Molly Price („Third Watch“), as Ruth, Jonas‘ second-in-command. „Bionic Woman“ is produced by NBC Universal Television Studio and executive-produced by David Eick („Battlestar Galactica“), Glen Morgan („The X-Files“), Michael Dinner („Kidnapped“) — who also directed the pilot — and Jason Smilovic („Lucky Number Slevin“). Laeta Kalogridis („Birds of Prey“) is also an executive producer on the pilot.

„LIFE“ — From Rand Ravich and Far Shariat, the executive producers of the feature film „The Astronaut’s Wife,“ and David Semel, who directed the pilot of NBC’s „Heroes,“ „Life“ is a new drama about a detective who is given a second chance. Damian Lewis („Band of Brothers“) stars as complex, offbeat Detective Charlie Crews, who returns to the force after years in prison, thanks to close friend and attorney Constance Griffiths (Melissa Sagemiller, „Sleeper Cell“), after serving time for a crime he didn’t commit. The cast also includes Sarah Shahi („Rush Hour 3“) as Charlie’s skeptical, demanding partner, Robin Weigart (HBO’s „Deadwood“) as their hard-hitting lieutenant, and Adam Arkin („Chicago Hope“) as former cellmate Ted Early. „Life“ is an NBC Universal Television Studio production. Rand Ravich is executive producer and writer; Far Shariat is executive producer; David Semel is executive producer and director on the pilot

„LIPSTICK JUNGLE“ – Based on the best-selling novel by Candace Bushnell („Sex and the City“), this fun dramedy follows three high-powered friends as they weather the ups and downs of lives lived at the top of their game. Nico (Kim Raver, „24“), editor-in-chief of a hot fashion magazine, wants to replace her boss as CEO. Movie exec Wendy (Brooke Shields, „Suddenly Susan“) finds even her most earnest efforts may not be enough to balance career and family. And free-spirited designer Victory (Lindsay Price, „Beverly Hills, 90210“) longs to make her dreams come true, and maybe find Mr. Right along the way. Armed with humor and strength, these three modern New York women support one another through the triumphs and tears that are all part of making it big in the Big Apple. Written by executive producers DeAnn Heline and Eileen Heisler (both for „How I Met Your Mother,“ „Three Sisters“) and based on the book by Bushnell, „Lipstick Jungle“ is from NBC Universal Television Studio. The pilot is directed by Gary Winick („13 Going on 30“).

New Comedy Series

„THE IT CROWD“ – Ever wonder what’s up with those quirky techies who come to fix the office computer when no one’s around? „The IT Crowd“ is an offbeat series, based on the critically acclaimed British comedy, that offers a humorous behind-the-scenes peek at the people who truly keep the office humming. Roy (Joel McHale, „The Soup“) and Moss (Richard Ayoade, „The IT Crowd“ — U.K.) are the misunderstood masters of their high-tech domain, but they lack the people skills to befriend anyone but each other. Their company’s head is Denholm (Rocky Carrol, „Chicago Hope“), who wants the IT department to stay segregated and forever banished to the basement. Executive producers are Moses Port („Just Shoot Me“), David Guarascio („Just Shoot Me“), Joe Port (NBC’s „The Office“), Joe Wiseman („The Office“), Graham Linehan („The IT Crowd“ — UK) and Steve Tao („Red Doors“). Gail Mancuso („Scrubs,“ „30 Rock“) directed the pilot. „The IT Crowd“ is produced by NBC Universal Television Studio.

New Alternative Series

„THE SINGING BEE“ – „The Singing Bee“ is a variety-competition show that challenges contestants to accurately sing the lyrics to popular songs — even when the band stops playing. In this karaoke showdown, there’s no middle ground for partially correct answers — contestants must be perfect or they’re out. Family-friendly, broad in appeal and conducive to playing (and singing) along at home, „The Singing Bee“ features popular, recognizable music that inspires hilarious wrong answers and amazing performances by those rare contestants who somehow manage to get every word right. „The Singing Bee“ is produced by the Gurin Company and Juma Entertainment, LLC. The executive producers are Phil Gurin (NBC’s „Miss Universe“ franchise) and Robert C. Horowitz („Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials Top 40 Countdown“).

„WORLD MOVES“ — From executive producer Randy Jackson („American Idol“) and the creators of the World Hip Hop Championship comes one of the most visual and captivating performance competition shows ever to hit TV. Thousands of dance teams from around the world will audition for their shot to come to Los Angeles and compete for a global championship and an international touring contract. The live television event features young teams of five to seven members demonstrating their athleticism, creativity and innovative choreography in a presentation that highlights both the competition and the personal drama unfolding within each team. Viewers from across the globe will vote via the Internet, by text message, or by phone to eliminate one team each week. Ultimately, it’s not just about winning a competition; „World Moves“ involves stories that change lives and bring the world together. From Warner Horizon Television, the series is executive-produced by Jackson („American Idol,“ Dream Merchant 21 Entertainment), Rob Lee (President, Bayonne Entertainment, „Blow Out,“ „House of Carters“), Howard Schwartz („Hip Hop International, World Hip Hop Championship), Karen Schwartz (Hip Hop International, World Hip Hop Championship) and Harriet Sternberg (Dream Merchant 21 Entertainment).

16 Antworten

  1. 1
    Anonymous schrieb:

    In der Wiki vermisse ich Raines. (habe grade keine Lust mich anzumelden)

  2. 2
    sab schrieb:

    Jau, die ist wohl abgesetzt (hab’s im Wiki hinzugefügt).

  3. 3
    Schelm schrieb:

    Ich freu mich schon auf „Journeyman“ und vielleicht uch auf It-Crowd, da kommst auf den Cast an.

  4. 4
    Schelm schrieb:

    ARGH! Ich habe gerade Screenshots der It-Crowd gesehen, gruselig! Niemals, also nur Journeyman

  5. 5
    Johann schrieb:

    Hmmm… Sechs neue Serien plus Reality? Das ist alles, was NBC nächstes Jahr auffährt? Ich möchte nicht wissen, was nächste Season los ist, wenn diese nicht gerade berauschend klingenden Drama-Serien (abgesehen von „Chuck“) durch die Bank floppen und „30 Rock“ / „FNL“ (Freitags um 22:00 – WTF?) keine guten Leistungen zeigen…
    Der einzige clevere Zug ist, Lipstick Jungle am Sonntag nach den Hausfrauen zu versenden – da werden vielleicht doch einige vom arg biederen Brothers & Sisters rüberwechseln.

  6. 6
    XantaKlaus schrieb:

    Ein cleverer Schachzug von NBC Friday Night Lights Freitag Abends auszustrahlen, wenn die Leute, die es wegen High School Football schauen während der Saison selber bei Live Spielen sein werden.

  7. 7
    mak schrieb:

    NBC hat auch schon Preview für die neuen Serien online: http://www.nbc.com/Fall_Preview/
    „Journeyman“ schaut IMO am besten aus, aber auch die anderen Serien sehen durchaus nicht schlecht aus…

  8. 8
    mb schrieb:

    Lucius Vorenus goes Time Travelling.

    Wouldn’t want to miss THAT.

  9. 9
    weckman schrieb:

    Bin ich denn der einzige, der stutzt ob des Mini-Spin-Offs für „Heroes“ mit seltsamem Voting-Element? Ist ja ganz nett, aber die Zuschauer darüber abstimmen zu lassen, welcher Charakter zur Mutterserie stößt, ist schon etwas seltsam, oder? „America’s Next Hero“ now on NBC! Ist bestimmt ein ganz tolles Gefühl für die betreffenden Schauspieler…

  10. 10
    mak schrieb:

    Die Idee ist nicht neu: Who Wants to Be a Superhero? 😉

  11. 11
    sab schrieb:

    Das ganze Entertainment-Business ist eh ein endloser Beliebtheits-Wettbewerb. Normalerweise stimmen die Zuschauer mit ihrer Fernbedienung ab, diesmal eben mit einem Mausklick. Und ich bin mir sicher, dass die kreativen Köpfe hinter der Show durchaus auch mehrere „Kandidaten“ aus der Spin-Off in die Mutterserie übernehmen können, wenn es in ihren Augen Sinn macht.

    Mehr Sorgen macht mir da eher die massive „Bulk Up“-Strategie von NBC. 30 Episoden für Heroes (inkl. „Origins“), 25 Episoden für Earl, 30 HalbStunden für „Office“ … das ist zwar auf den ersten Blick schön und gut, aber das erfordert auf der anderen Seite ja auch eine kreative Kraftanstrengung. Wenn schon in einer 22-Episoden-Season oftmals einige Füller-Episoden dabei sind, wie sieht das dann erst bei 30 Episoden aus?

  12. 12
    Johann schrieb:

    Andererseits gab’s doch früher (50er, 60er, 70er? :D) auch immer so viele Folgen in einer Staffel und die Networks wollen keine Zuschauer verlieren durch endlos lange Pausen – also, ich find’s gut, auch wenn Füller drin sind, dafür gibt’s mehr zum Gucken.

  13. 13
    Sam schrieb:

    Was würde aus „Winters“? Ich hatte mich auf ein Wochentliches Dosis von Famke so gefreut..

    Zu den Previews(danke mk):

    „Lipstick Jungle“ wird wohl meine neue guilty pleasure sein. Warten wir mal auf die Preview von „Cashmere Mafia“ und ob die Serie im Herbst/Midseason startet.

    „Bionic Woman“. Yea, That’s hot! Clever von NBC die Serie auf dem alten Sendeplatz von LOST auszustrahlen. Da werden sich jede Menge LOSTies freuen.

    „Chuck“ schaut verprechend aus.

    „Journeyman“ ist gut. Auf dem Sendeplatz nach „Heroes“ bin ich aber skeptisch. Eine etablierte Serie (Medium) wär besser dort aufgehoben.

    „Life“. Na ja..

  14. 14
    Anonymous schrieb:

    Von NBC soll ja noch eine Nachorder für verschiedene Serien kommen. Man will da aber wohl erstmal das Programm der Konkurrenz abwarten.

  15. 15
    weckman schrieb:

    Ich fürchte ja, dass man bei zu viel Folgen pro Staffel auch irgendwann ein Problem mit den Schauspielern bekommt. Bei einer anspruchsvollen Drama-Serie mit 25 Folgen haben die doch jetzt schon kaum noch Zeit, auch nur einen Film in der immer kürzeren Produktionspause zu drehen, von den 16-Stunden-Tagen oft sieben Tage die Woche ganz zu schweigen.

    Klar, sie werden auch verdammt gut bezahlt, aber irgendwann möchte man das ganze Geld ja auch ausgeben… 🙂

    Jeder faule Schauspieler sehnt sich doch eh nach einer gut bezahlten Rolle in einer Comedy – plötzlich nur noch die halbe Arbeit für den gleichen ‚Fame‘, wenn’s gut läuft. Keiner, der nicht neidisch gewesen wäre auf Aniston & Co.

    Aber das sind vielleicht auch nur meine seltsamen Verschwörungstheorien..

  16. 16
    sab schrieb:

    Basierend auf den (nicht sehr aussagekräftigen) Trailern und Clips, die bei NBC.com (und anderswo) abrufbar sind, würde ich mal sagen, dass NBC erneut eine schwierige Season bevorsteht.

    Bionic Woman: Dürfte die Alias-Fangemeinde ansprechen, bewegt sich aber teilweise auf sehr dünnem „Alles schon mal dagewesen“-Eis. Teilweise auch etwas zu sehr „over-the-top“, aber das hat ja für „Alias“ auch schon funktioniert. Nette Action-Szenen.
    Fazit: Daumen zur Seite.

    Chuck: Die beste neue Show von NBC, sieht fast aus wie eine Single-Camera-Comedy, ist aber eine Stunde lang (zu lang?). Der Trailer hatte viele amüsante Szenen, „Nerd Herd“ ist schon an sich ein Lacher. Bonuspunkte für Adam Baldwin.
    Fazit: Daumen nach oben.

    Journeyman: Ui. Davon hatte ich mir mehr erhofft. Der Hauptdarsteller wirkt in den wenigen Minuten der Ausschnitten irgendwie sehr blass. Die Story und die Schauspielkünste haben mich auch nicht wirklich vom Sockel gerissen. Da muß das „Heroes“-Lead-In einiges bewirken, ansonsten droht ein „Day Break“.
    Fazit: Daumen zur Seite.

    Life: Gefiel mir sehr gut. Eine unterhaltsame Mischung aus ernsten Momenten und locker-leichten Dialogen. Sympathische Hauptdarsteller, leider in manchen Szenen etwas „overacted“ (die triefende Szene mit der Mutter). Aber die beste Dialogszene aller Trailer („Why would the universe make fun of us all?“ – „Maybe it’s insecure.“)
    Fazit: Daumen nach oben.

    Lipstick Jungle: Ich war schon kein großer „Sex and the City“-Fan und das hier sieht zwar ganz heiter und locker aus, aber auf den ersten Blick nicht sonderlich interessant. Vielleicht als Guilty Pleasure, aber nicht mehr.
    Fazit: Daumen nach unten.

    The IT-Crowd: Noch kein Trailer verfügbar.

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