Last weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live featured the return of "The Ambiguously Gay Duo," the popular animated superhero parody by Robert Smigel. A recurring feature on SNL, a new episode of "TAGD" hadn't been broadcast since 2007, but the wait was no doubt worth it for fans of Ace and Gary, who reunited in the forms of Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon for a live-action adventure. Stephen Colbert, Steve Carrell, Fred Armisen and Ed Helms also appeared.Twelve episodes of "The Ambig
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Well, that was quite a neck-breaker. The Wonder Woman pilot script that we first wrote about in October seemed doomed to a life on the shelf after it failed to greenlight at any network and the writer, David E. Kelley, appeared to distance himself from the project. But just a few days ago, Kelley revealed optimism about the amazon princess' chances on tele
NBC has released a 30-second commercial for its new superhero series, The Cape. Created by Thomas Wheeler (Empire) and Executive Produced by Con Air visionary Simon West, the series debuts as a two-hour pilot in January. As to what it's actually about, the network released a description that I have not r
He was a good cop, a loving husband, and a devoted father, but when the corrupt men in charge took everything from him, they made him into something else.
They made him into . . . The Cape.
Some heroes don't fade away. They just get canned.
Spinoff Online reported yesterday that NBC was leaning towards ending its superhero drama "Heroes" with a proper final season but now just may pull the plug entirely. Low ratings and low confidence have been plaguing the series for some time now and this might be a bum horse that just needs to be sh
Most viewers that still watch NBC's "Heroes" are likely doing so out of pure loyalty at this point. While there are still some elements that are worthwhile - personally, I'm loving Robert Knepper's performance, but I'd follow that man straight to Hell if he invited me - the overall shape of the show isn't widely embraced and hasn't been for a while
With the new season of "Heroes" set to debut next month, ComicsAlliance talked to actor Greg Grunberg, who plays psychic detective Matt Parkman, about the controversial twists and turns the series has taken in recent years, and where it's heading next