TV tonight: 'Big Bang Theory,' 'Glee,' 'Grey's Anatomy'
The proposed "Constantine" TV series centers on John Constantine, an enigmatic and irreverent con man-turned-reluctant supernatural detective who is thrust into the role of defending humanity against dark forces from beyond. NBC has reportedly committed to a script plus penalty for the project which will be written and executive produced by Goyer and Cerone. The project is set up at Warner Bros. TV, which earlier this week earned a straight-to-series order from Fox for Batman prequel series "Gotham," which will focus on the character of Commissioner Jim Gordon back when he was still a detective at the Gotham Police Department, as well as the criminals that made the city infamous. The character of John Constantine was created by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, and John Totleben, and made his first appearance in the "Swamp Thing" comics in 1985 before going on to headline his own series, "Hellblazer" and "Constantine." He was played as an American by Keanu Reeves in the 2005 film of the same name, despite the character originally being British. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/26/constantine-tv-series-nbc-david-goyer_n_4000024.html
Intel Said to Seek Web-TV Service Partner in Shift
26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Consumers say AT&T* U-verse TV outperforms all TV providers in customer satisfaction in the North Central region, according to the J.D. Power 2013 Residential Television Service Provider Satisfaction StudySM released today. AT&T U-verse ranked highest in overall satisfaction in a study that evaluates performance and reliability, customer service, cost of service, billing, programming site internet and communication. "Our focus is to provide the best experience for U-verse customers every step of the way, whether you're ordering service, getting U-verse installed or watching TV at home or on the go," said Lori Lee, senior executive vice president, AT&T Home Solutions. "We offer customers a unique experience you can't get from other TV providers, which is why we're the fastest growing TV provider in the country.** Our work doesn't stop here. We have much more in store for U-verse TV customers." AT&T announced several enhancements to its service over the past year, including: U-verse High Speed Internet Power , which offers speeds up to 45 Mbps downstream and up to 6 Mbps upstream. <br>Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/tv-viewers-rate-t-u-132100968.html
TV Viewers Rate AT&T U-verse TV Highest in Customer Satisfaction in J.D. Power Study
EDT September 26, 2013 What's worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time on Thursday. Leonard's absence leads to lots of Sheldon-Penny bonding time on 'The Big Bang Theory.' (Photo: Monty Brinton CBS) SHARE 56 CONNECT 108 TWEET 1 COMMENTEMAILMORE The Big Bang Theory | CBS, 8 ET/PT A host of TV favorites return tonight, led by one of last season's most popular and best series, The Big Bang Theory. To celebrate the show's seventh-season premiere (and to give an even bigger boost to its debuting The Crazy Ones), CBS is giving Bang a two-episode run, starting with an outing that finds Penny and Sheldon (this year's Emmy winner, Jim Parsons) bonding over Leonard's absence at sea. In the second, Leonard's ship comes in, and he immediately hurts Sheldon's feelings. And yes, http://watersjfiq.wordpress.com as the show has very effectively established, Sheldon does have feelings, as strange as he and they may sometimes be. CRITIC'S CORNER CHAT: Read the latest transcript, tweet early questions to @BiancoRobert using hashtag #AskBianco Glee | Fox, 9 ET/PT Glee returns with a much-publicized salute to The Beatles catalog that, over the next two weeks, will find the cast singing 14 Beatles hits. Fans of the show and of the late Cory Monteith should keep in mind that these first two episodes were in the works before http://hartmannxra.xanga.com he died and will not deal with the loss of Monteith or his character, Finn Hudson. <br>Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2013/09/26/bianco-critics-corner-sept-26/2863147/
'Constantine' TV Series In Development At NBC With David Goyer And Daniel Cerone
satellite-TV service with more than 20 million subscribers. Sony Corp. (6758) , Google Inc. and Apple Inc. are also working on Web-based pay-TV services, which offer advantages in reaching younger viewers who are just as likely to watch shows from Netflix Inc. (NFLX) or Amazon.com on their smartphones as traditional TV linked to a set-top box. An Internet TV provider would have to pay as much or more than cable and satellite services and offer a suite of channels, ESPN President John Skipper said at a press conference last month. <br>Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-09-26/intel-said-to-seek-web-tv-service-partner-in-shift.html