Producer David Eick is making the media rounds to assure fans that all is still well with the new Bionic Woman after the departure of Glen Morgan. Apparently, this is all just normal stuff that new shows go through.
Uh oh. Things are looking a little shaky over on the Bionic Woman set. Producer Glen Morgan has left and there are rumors that the show is shutting down production to accommodate changes in direction.
Given the good buzz the show has been getting, probably not a major issue, but still interesting to watch.
Upfront season has begun, when the networks announce their programming for fall. First to bat is NBC, which is retaining the genre hit Heroes and giving it a spin-off, Origins, which will run in the same time slot in the off season (whenever that may be.) Among the brand-new shows is the Bionic Woman remake and Journeyman, in which Rome’s Kevin McKidd as a time-traveling reported, and Chuck, about a computer geek who becomes a government agent. Check out NBC.com for previews of the new shows.
Did you hear that? Of course you did! You have that bionic ear.
Yes, folks. The go-ahead has been given to remake the 1970’s heroine to many in Club Jade: The Bionic Woman. If they can do it cost-effectively, then we’ll have a new Bionic Woman to enjoy.
They’d better use that sound effect. It just wouldn’t be bionic without it!