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Bouncy houses and cancer. Jason Katims' eloquent juxtaposition of the two set the tone.
The series order flood has begun at NBC. “About A Boy” will make its silver screen to small screen transition, with Jon Favreau at the helm. Single-cam laffer based on Nick Hornby’s novel and 2002…
Tina Fey is sticking with NBCUniversal.
Jason Katims' first TV gig was writing for the acclaimed single-season teen drama "My So-Called Life." Ever since then, he's been fascinated with depicting adolescence at its fullest and most…
NBC ordered 10 pilots Monday from familiar faces that have solid track records at the network, including Dick Wolf, Jason Katims, Greg Daniels and Jimmy Fallon.
If finding success on television is like capturing lightning in a bottle, then creating a show that becomes a cultural touchstone is even more elusive.
When Jason Katims first began to ponder how to turn "Parenthood" the movie into a TV series, he looked within.
Pros: All-around good cast. Strong pilot script from Jason Katims, very un-showy direction of pilot by Thomas Schlamme fits the material. Cons: A little speechy here and there I liked this one a…
How do they do it? Showrunners and other creatives marvel that the quality of the work that the "Friday Night Lights" team pulls off on its modest episodic budget of about $2 million and change. On…
UPDATE: On Monday, March 30, NBC and DirecTV inked the deal that will bring us two more glorious seasons of this remarkable show! At long last, here are the answers to your questions for "Friday…
With the season finale of "Friday Night Lights" airing on DirecTV on Wednesday, Variety's Stuart Levine (who reviews the last episode here) and Jon Weisman chatted with red eyes and heavy hearts…