While Anthony Hopkins’ Hannibal Lecter continues to be a cinematic horror icon, NBC had effectively impressed everyone when they decided to reboot the franchise with
Word was going around that an Office revival was in the works, but months have gone and we haven’t gotten any significant update. With the
Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is a 1932 dystopian classic, and the novel is getting an adaptation on NBC’s upcoming streaming service, Peacock. With a
The Russo Brothers are best known now for their work on the Avengers films, but before that, they were working on the critically beloved show
TV is steadily moving on to online streaming, and after Disney+ and the upcoming HBO Max, NBC Universal has decided to give us an official
Dreamworks had basically started the year with How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, and though the movie marked the end of the franchise,
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There’s been a buzz going around that NBC is planning to revive The Office, and fans immediately went on to look at the original cast members (of the American version) to see if they’ll be making a return. John Krasinski, who played Jim Halpert on the show, opens up about coming back and says that he would absolutely love to.
Quantum Leap may have had the most depressing ending of all time, but it had 5 amazing seasons of leaping into history, but how many times did Sam Beckett actually leap? That’s the question we all had, but thanks to one enterprising journalist, Josh Jones, we now have an interactive map of every leap Sam Beckett ever took in the shows 5 season run.
News of The Office revival have come out late last year, and everyone is curious about who the show wants to bring back. As it turns out, Jenna Fischer, who plays Pam on the show, hasn’t been asked to return; but she is open to coming back if she was tapped.
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NBC has plans to bring back The Office, but is it a good idea?