And the barrage of video bait in support of "Mockingbird Lane," NBC's new version of the much beloved television classic "The Munsters," continues. Next out of the gate is a short behind-the-scenes featurette. Dig it!
This Friday, October 26th, NBC will be airing "Mockingbird Lane," its new version of the much beloved "The Munsters," as a Halloween special. To celebrate, we now have not one, not two, not three, but five clips on tap for you cats. Dig it!
Hot on the heels of yesterday's clip comes another look at NBC's new version of the much beloved show "The Munsters." So the question beckons: Will you be taking this new trip down "Mockingbird Lane," or would you rather it remain a road less traveled. Let us know!
The first clip from NBC's new version of the much beloved show "The Munsters" is here, and checking it out will definitely help you decide whether or not you're up for a trip down this particular variation of "Mockingbird Lane."
To say that NBC's "Mockingbird Lane" will be shockingly different from "The Munsters" we all grew up with looks to be a bit of an understatement. Especially considering these latest images released today by Bryan Fuller.
So it looks like we shouldn't completely count out "Mockingbird Lane" just yet. TV Guide has posted a lengthy article with the reboot's writer, Bryan Fuller, and he remains bullish on the show... and thinks Halloween is a perfect time to get viewers on board. Read on for a few excerpts.
NBC has released a slew of images for its "Munsters" reboot, "Mockingbird Lane," and we see nothing about these stills that echoes anything even remotely resembling the classic television series. True, it's hard to judge from just pictures, but we'll all be able to judge soon enough.
Just yesterday things were up in the air with regard to what NBC was going to do with its "Munsters" reboot, "Mockingbird Lane," but now word has come that the network has made a decision. Read on for the details.
About a week or so ago we told you that NBC might be scrapping "Mockingbird Lane," the network's new take on the classic horror-themed TV show "The Munsters." Bryan Fuller then took to Twitter to say this was untrue, but apparently something bad is continuing to brew.
Earlier this morning Deadline posted a story saying that NBC’s "Mockingbird Lane" pilot (based on the classic television series "The Munsters") wouldn't be going to series. Could the project have hit troubled waters? Bryan Fuller says no.
THR caught up with Bryan Fuller at Comic-Con to talk about NBC’s forthcoming “The Munsters” reboot, “Mockingbird Lane," and the man had some pretty interesting things to say! Read on for the latest.
Our friends over at TVLine scored the first look at "The Munsters" redux "Mockingbird Lane" at this year's Comic-Con, and well, it doesn't look very Munstery. Except, oddly enough, for Marilyn. See for yourself, and read on for a recap of the Bryan Fuller panel.
More casting news has come in for NBC's "Mockingbird Lane", this time involving Broadway and TV star Cheyenne Jackson, who's signed on for a guest role as Eddie Munster's Scout Master Steve, a charming, cheerful widower with no children of his own who becomes smitten with Lily.
Former NBA star Rick Fox is well-known for his acting prowess. Now he's taking on a new entertainment venture. Fox is producing a web series entitled Hysteria, directed by Frank Lin, which is divided into 26 segments. The producers are releasing one piece a day until Halloween.