NBC has given the go ahead for a full season of Chuck, ordering nine more for the second half of the year.Â Unfortunately (or fortunately depending), that only brings the total number of episodes to 15 for the year, which makes no freakin’ sense to me.Â I remember a time when a full season of episodes amounted to 23-30+ shows a season. And it isn’t just Chuck that goes this shortened season route – Burn Notice anyone?
The second season of Chuck returns to NBC on September 29, 2008 at 8:00 p.m.
Mahalo Daily was all over Comic Con, and covered The Office panel. Even though it is so far away from comic books, I’m putting it up here, because I know there are a few of you that are into this kind of thing…
Rainn Wilson (aka Dwight) moderates a panel of The Office cast and writers, B.J. Novak, Greg Daniels, Michael Schur, Gene Stupnitsky, Lee Eisenberg, Mindy Kaling, Anthony Ferrel, Ryan Koh, Justin Spitzer, and Jennifer Celotta at Comic Con 2008.
NBC is doing it right by posting the entire panel to its events online.Â Good news for fans of Knight Rider, good news for people who missed the event, good news for lazy bloggers who really don’t want to write about the event.
Seems the three day weekend, did nothing for “breaking news”, instead there is a plethora of video clips and what-not hitting the interwebs today.
I really hope the third season of Heroes is better than season two.Â I’m still not convinced adding more characters to the storyline is going to make the show better, but the story turn this season seems to be interesting.Â I wonder if Kring will bring forth giant robots to hunt down the mutants at season’s end.