Friday, July 21, 2006

From the Entertainment Newswires:

Hot off the presses:

Has Youtube.com become the internet version of Schwab's Drugstore? The defunct WB comedy pilot Nobody's Watching showed up on YouTube.com about a month ago, and has now been "discovered" by NBC. The network is expected to announce today that it has ordered six scripts and will create a series of viral videos to promote the show, says Variety. The videos could be seen on the internet as early as this fall. The pilot stars Paul Campbell and Tarran Killam as two fans of sitcom TV who end up in a reality show. The project is from NBC Universal TV Studio.

Discovery Communications has added a new component to its Discovery News service: daily video webcasts featuring breaking news on topics that pertain to Discovery's programming, such as the story about the discovery of a baby triceratops skull fossil in Montana. The news service will offer viewers quick informative stories about science, nature, health, travel, environmental issues and current affairs. Links to the webcasts can be found at www.discovery.com or directly at the Discovery News site at www.discoverychannelnews.com.


1 Comments:

Blogger Amanda said...

I watched it a couple of weeks ago and really enjoyed it (Nobody's Watching). Bill Lawrence has something to do with it, which makes it worth a shot in my book. I was thinking something like this might happen. I'm glad it has!

12:45 PM  

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