In Michael Bay's new TV show The Last Ship, a deadly virus threatens to wipe out the entire human race — except for Eric Dane, Adam Baldwin, and the other people on a single Navy ship. Here's an exclusive new promo which shows the oozy nastiness of this virus, up close.
Check out the first trailer for The Last Ship, the show about a deadly viral apocalypse from executive producer Michael Bay. TNT has officially greenlit this show about a single Navy vessel after the end of the world, airing in 2014.
The planet is dying — and all that remains is a single U.S. Navy ship. Can the Last Crew on Earth salvage the future of the human race? That's the premise of Michael Bay's new post-apocalyptic show Last Ship. (We posted some huge, exclusive spoilers for this show here.)
Now that Morgan has uploaded the Intersect into his brain, some of the other Chuck stars think their characters should get a piece of the superpowered action, and argue why they should (or should not) get the Intersect.
Firefly fans who've heard that Adam Baldwin rocks the house on Chuck but haven't yet investigated for themselves should really check out last night's Baldwin-tastic episode. Seldom has the Hero of Canton been in such awesome comedy form. Spoilers ahead!
I'm beginning to think that Chuck is actually suffering from the syndrome that some people think afflicted Moonlighting or Lois and Clark: the two leads get together, and the storytelling goes a bit sproingy. Spoilers ahead...
Here's the most inspired moment from last night's Chuck, in which Sarah thinks she's sending an S.O.S. to Chuck, and Morgan thinks she's making an erotic connection. Rrrrroww! We're glad Chuck is back, even though this wasn't the greatest episode.
Yesterday Nathan Fillion tweeted this very interesting picture of Joss Whedon, Adam Baldwin, Alan Tudyk and himself. But what were they meeting for — to talk about reuniting for a new project? Or is Fillion just being a big tease?
Chuck and Sarah are finally together, romancing their way across Europe. But is the spy life the life they truly want, or is it time for them to leave it all behind for love? Not if evil can help it.
Chuck started out as a show about a hapless nerd who gets the sum total of spy knowledge uploaded into his brain, but it's grown into a superspy action-drama-romance. We saw tomorrow's pivotal episode and talked to the creative team.
Now that two Independence Day sequels are in the works, Adam Baldwin told Wondercon he'd like to return as Major Mitchell, except he might be a Brigadier General. Also interested? Brent Spiner, who told Baldwin his character might have survived.
Last week's Chuck may have brought a long-awaited (and long-overdue) revelation, but last night's episode went one further with a couple of moments that no-one could've seen coming... including the characters themselves. Go Team Status Quo Change! Spoilers ahead.
Baldwin and his amazing comic timing are among the main reasons we're excited to see Chuck come back. If we can't have Jayne butting heads with Mal every week, Casey dealing with life at the Buy More is the next best thing. Here's Casey's tutorial on how to be a deadly spy, from the season two DVD box set:
Since someone apparently loved the Heroes webisodes, NBC is rolling out a whole slew of webisodes based on Chuck, its fledgling show about a nerd who gets the nation's spy knowledge downloaded into his brain. Scripts for a few of the webisodes got posted as "casting sides" for actors to audition for guest roles in…
It was a marriage of kitchen sink drama frustration and a healthy fear of Jack Bauer that ultimately resulted in the birth of NBC's almost-SF ("He has a computer... in his brain!") Chuck, according to the show's creators at the 2008 Paley Convention. On a panel moderated by Lost's Carlton Cuse, the show's writers and…
A new Dune movie will be "big big big," says director Peter Berg (The Kingdom.) The David Lynch version was dandy, but "that interpretation has left the door wide open for a remake," Berg says. If it wasn't for the writers' strike, he'd be working on his version of the Frank Herbert mega-novel right now. [MTV Movies…
Can Chuck Bartowski's loveable-loser schtick defeat a naked Summer Glau? Nerd-spy show Chuck has been showing some ratings momentum, but starting in January, it'll air opposite the Sarah Connor Chronicles in the Monday 8 PM slot. Chuck actually has a lot in common with the long-awaited Terminator spin-off, including a …