Promo images and preview clips for GRIMM, episode 2.02, “The Kiss”.
Promo images and preview clips for SAVING HOPE, episode 1.10, “A New Beginning”.
Three character profile videos for NBC’s REVOLUTION sci-fi show, spotlighting the characters played by Billy Burke, Giancarlo Esposito, and the young lead, Tracy Spiridakos.
Promo images and preview clips for GRIMM Season 2 premiere, episode 2.01, “Bad Teeth”.
A pair of new extended promo trailers and images for REVOLUTION, NBC’s new sci-fi show due to premiere September 17th, 2012.
Promo images and preview clips for GRIMM, episode 1.17, “Love Sick”.
Promo images and preview clips for SAVING HOPE, episode 1.04, “The Fight”.
Warner Bros. has released some promotional artwork for some of their upcoming 2012 TV shows for Comic Con, including ARROW, REVOLUTION and 666 PARK AVENUE. There will be over 40,000 of these available to Comic Con 2012 fans spread out over 38 participating hotels. Considering that Comic Con averages around what, 100,000 a year, that means your chances of getting one of these is pretty good.
Promo images and preview clips for GRIMM, episode 1.03, “BeeWare”.
Promo images and preview clips for AWAKE, episode 1.12, “Two Birds”.
Two clips from the new NBC show CHICAGO FIRE, starring Jesse Spencer of HOUSE fame.
First-look 4-minute extended trailer and three clips for NBC’s new sci-fi show REVOLUTION. Arriving this Fall.
After renewing a handful of shows and introducing others, NBC has officially canceled the trippy cop drama AWAKE. The show lasted for only one season, and starred Jason Isaacs as a grieving cop tripping between two “realities”, one where his son is alive, and the other where his wife is alive. It was unique, to be sure, but unfortunately that wasn’t enough to save it.
NBC has released promo images for four of their upcoming shows, including Eric Kripke’s REVOLUTION, HOUSE star Jesse Spencer’s new show CHICAGO FIRE, and a pair of new shows, INFAMOUS and DO NO HARM.
Promo images and preview clips for AWAKE, episode 1.11, “Say Hello to My Little Friend”.