"Superboy" was the one-word sales pitch when the series that became "Smallville" was birthed, and comicbook aficionados could be forgiven if the title engendered less than complete enthusiasm.
There's one foe that all comicbook adaptations, bigscreen or small, have to face, one that is immensely powerful, supremely picky and hard to win over: the fans.
More powerful than your average series. Able to leap from comicbook to studio to network to homevideo at a single bound. Look! On the air! It's "Friends." It's "ER." No, it's "Smallville."
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Superman jinx? What Superman jinx? After previous television incarnations of the Man of Steel lasted no more than four seasons, the WB's "Smallville" has surpassed them by not only surviving to a…
Here's how bad things have been for "Scrubs": NBC's own ads for the show concede the net basically forgot about it.
You wouldn't expect many shows to be audacious enough to reinvent one of television's classic half-hours, "MASH," and only a few would expect to succeed.
Zach Braff and Donald Faison might be the ones getting the laughs, but the real workhouse of "Scrubs" is the hospital itself. For the past five years, the former North Hollywood Hospital has stepped…
It seems only fitting that in four seasons of "Scrubs," Zach Braff's character, John "J.D." Dorian, has gone from wide-eyed intern to experienced, if not quite all-knowing, physician. At the same…
For sale: single-camera sitcom with no laugh track based on doctors dealing with life-or-death issues. In selling "Scrubs" into the after-markets of syndication and cable for a fall 2006 launch…
What was your favorite episode of the show? ” ‘Kung Fu Fighting,’ baby! All of that practicing after ‘Kung Fu Theater’ on Sundays at 5 o’clock paid off.” What has been the best off-camera moment…
Judy Reyes (Nurse Carla Espinosa) What was your favorite episode of the show? “When Carla got married, which was the last episode of Season 3. I think it was being on location and the whole pomp and…