Articles for 1600 Penn Season 1

NBC is already making the moves for its fall season, and those moves include picking up one new drama and three new comedies for the 2012-2013 TV season. Today the network has picked up Revolution, a drama from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke and Lost creator J.J. Abrams as well as quintet of comedies that include one from Ryan Murphy.  Read more »
NBC has announced its plans for 2013, and things are changing in a big way. Smash is moving to Tuesday nights, The Voice and Revolution will be off until the end of March and Community will return to its original time slot, Thursdays at 8pm.  Read more »
I hope you like to laugh. Because that‘s what TV has in store for us this fall. NBC is the first major network to announce its schedule for Fall 2012, and comedy is everywhere. Check out the full schedule here! Read more »
One week before Christmas, The Voice will be delivering a present to its viewers: a new winner. The show‘s season 3 finale will air Tuesday, December 18 at 9pm with a two-hour results show.  Read more »
1600 Penn is NBC‘s answer to the Emmy-winning ABC comedy Modern Family, which you can tell because they even compare the two in their ads. If you look close enough at the new sitcom about the president and his family (which airs a sneak preview Monday at 9:30pm), parallels are inevitable.  Read more »
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in the White House? NBC‘s new comedy, 1600 Penn, provides a funny look at the life of the First Family. This is not the serious drama, West Wing! Executive Producer Josh Gad (First Son Skip), Bill Pullman (President Dale Gilchrist) and Jenna Elfman (Stepmom Emily) recently spoke with reporters about the new comedy. Read more »
On NBC‘s new White House comedy 1600 Penn, Benjamin Stockham plays youngest son Xander Gilchrist. If you thought being the president‘s kid would make life easier, you certainly haven‘t met the Gilchrist brood! Life seems plenty complicated for the children of Bill Pullman‘s, President Dale Gilchrist. In the new comedy‘s crazy, heightened world Stockham‘s Xander just might be the most grounded member of the first family. BuddyTV was lucky enough to talk to Stockham about playing Xander, what‘s coming up for the youngest member of the family, and what it‘s like working with such a funny cast of characters. Read more »
When history looks back at the 2012-2013 TV season, it might be considered the year the sitcom died. Sure, there are massive hits like The Big Bang Theory that are getting monstrous ratings and Emmy-winning favorites like Modern Family, but those victories only underscore the many, many defeats the genre has suffered.  Read more »
We‘re one step closer to having a complete list of season finale dates for all of our favorite network TV shows now that NBC has made it official. There‘s a wide range, starting at the end of March with Whitney and going all the way until the latter half of June with The Voice and Hannibal. Read more »
The Pawnee Parks Department will be back for another year. NBC has renewed the critically acclaimed comedy Parks and Recreation for season 6, making it the first comedy to get a renewal for next year.  Meanwhile, other NBC comedies have been axed. Read more »
Several TV series will be making room for more characters this fall, including Castle, The Good Wife, New Girl, Growing Up Fisher, Royal Pains and Witches of East End. Read on to find out more.  Read more »