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Exclusive: NBC's Munsters Reboot Gets New Title

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As if to further drive home the point that its “imaginative reinvention” of The Munsters will bear little resemblance to the classic ’60s version, NBC is giving the reboot a new moniker. READ MORE


2012 Forecast: 10 Fearless Predictions For Glee, Gossip Girl, Fringe, GH, Grey's and More!

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As 2011 shuffles from the present to the past, we here at TVLine are dusting off our crystal ball to focus on the future. What will be 2012’s biggest small-screen stories? The following slide show contains 10 of our fearless predictions — some of which may seem too good to be true, and others we really hope we’re wrong about. READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY


NBC's Munsters Remake: Let's Meet (and Cast) the New Family!

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Halloween is long gone, so why do we have goosebumps? Maybe it’s because we now know the basic plot of NBC’s True Blood-meets-Modern Family reboot of The Munsters.

Basically, the clan starts over in a new town after 10-year-old Eddie learns that his relatives are all monsters. Of course, that he himself is a werepup remains a secret… for now!

Then again, we could also just be all a-tingle because …READ MORE


NBC Greenlights Bryan Fuller's Munsters Reboot

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It’s official: NBC has given the go-ahead to Bryan Fuller’s modern-day reboot of the creepy classic The Munsters!

A Peacock spokesperson confirms that the network has ordered a pilot of what it’s calling an “imaginative reinvention of The Munsters as a visually spectacular one hour drama.” READ MORE


TVLine Items: Pushing Daisies Creator Hungry For Hannibal, Just Shoot Me! Reunion and More!

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Bryan Fuller is bringing the twisted mind of Hannibal Lecter to the small screen. READ MORE


TVLine Items: Eureka's Extra Hour, Roseanne's (Scripted) TV Return, Thrones Casting, and More

EUREKA -- "Up in the Air" Episode 414 -- Pictured: (l-r) Colin Ferguson as Jack Carter, Joe Morton as Henry Deacon -- Photo by: Eike Schroter/Syfy

Add another twist to the soap opera that is Eureka‘s future — though this latest turn is actually a happy one. Syfy is remaining firm in its decision not to continue on with the five-year-old drama series, but …READ MORE