August 14 2014
The ultimate guide to this fall's science fiction and fantasy TV. Several Whedonverse writers and actors are involved with these shows.
March 20 2014
Grimm renewed for 4th Season. According to Deadline Hollywood, Buffy exec. producer and Angel co-creator David Greenwalt's latest show Grimm has been picked up by NBC for a fourth season.
April 26 2013
Grimm has been renewed for a third season. It gets a full 22-episode order.
December 29 2012
Whatever happened to the Metroid Movie? At one point, David Greenwalt was brought in to write the origin story of Nintendo's famous female bounty hunter. More...
March 16 2012
'Grimm' gets a second season. Good news for Buffy/Angel alums David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf.
November 22 2011
Grimm gets full-season order and Thursday night tryout. NBC's fantasy/crime drama co-created by Angel's David Greenwalt will get a full order of 22 episodes after doing well in its first four episodes. It will also have a special showing at 10 PM on Thursday, December 8th, followed by another new episode the next night. ETA: Also, Amy Acker is cast (this link has spoilers). More...
October 28 2011
Interview with David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf about Grimm. David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf talk about their new show Grimm, which premieres tonight at 9 pm on NBC.
October 14 2011
'Grimm' to premiere to Twitter followers, take 10-city tour. The forthcoming NBC show from David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf (Buffy, Angel) will DM followers details on how to watch online early. And ten cities will get screenings, some with Q&A.
September 14 2011
The 10 worst new shows of 2011. ASH's 'Free Agents', SMG's 'Ringer' and 'Grimm' by David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf are cited.
July 07 2011
David Greenwalt on Grimm - "It's somewhere between X-Files and Buffy". He and Jim Kouf speak to Hero Complex about the show.
June 27 2011
Pilot for David Greenwalt's new show 'Grimm' to be premiered at Comic-Con. David and fellow Angel staffer Jim Kouf will be taking part in a Q&A after the showing on the Saturday.
February 03 2011
io9 lists every potential scifi/fantasy series for U.S. networks this fall. There are some former Mutant Enemy scribes working on pilots and scripts that might go to pilot for potential new shows this fall. The list includes: Marti Noxon (Chloe), Sarah Craft and Elizabeth Fain (Secret Circle), and David Greenwalt (Grimm).
January 28 2011
Whedonverse writers sell Grimm's Fairy Tales pilot to NBC. James Hibberd at EW.com says Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt's 'Grimm' is about a "dark but fantastical cop drama about a world in which characters inspired by Grimm's Fairy Tales exist".
July 16 2010
'Writing For Television 2010' - a Writers Guild Foundation seminar. Those confirmed to speak at the all-day event include David Greenwalt, Jane Espenson and Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas. It'll be held in Los Angeles on July 31st and tickets cost between $110-$150.
September 28 2007
(SPOILER) Pilot Review for Moonlight. Find out how this "rip-off" of Angel turned out after David Greenwalt departed.
July 26 2007
David Greenwalt exits 'Moonlight'. According to E!, he is no longer attached to the show.
July 21 2007
(SPOILER) David Greenwalt talks 'Moonlight'. Inevitably Angel comes up in this audio interview but the premise of Moonlight is intriguing and David's very enthused for his new show.
July 19 2007
David Greenwalt on why 'Moonlight' is no 'Angel'. For one, it doesn't have the word 'Angel' in its title.
June 27 2007
TV Week previews pilots for the fall season. Includes a three-minute clip of The Sarah Connor Chronicles and a 40-second preview for Moonlight. More...
June 01 2007
Greenwalt Bites Into Moonlight. David Greenwalt has been tapped to run CBS' new show about a vamp detective.
September 20 2006
Kidnapped: An Inside Look. David Greenwalt's new show is profiled by IGN.
July 26 2006
Eureka! Is apparently David Greenwalt's new show. Although the credit isn't even showing up on IMDB yet, Tuesday's episode of the new Sci Fi Channel show 'Eureka' has David credited as consulting producer. More...
June 08 2006
Medieval text vindicates Buffy (kinda). "Flebotinum" or as it's more commonly known "phlebotnum" has sort of turned in a medieval text (if you squint hard enough). But what is this term? Well according to Joss on his commentary for 'The Harvest', it came from David Greenwalt and essentially means "any magical or mystical force or event that arises in the process of inventing the Buffy mythology/or advancing the plot". More...
May 16 2006
NBC Fall Schedule announcements. David Greenwalt's show "Kidnapped" gets a pickup (he's an EP), as does "Heroes", featuring Leonard Roberts (Riley's buddy Forrest) among others. More...
April 27 2006
International TV Turnoff Week? No thanks! A Guardian columnist cites Buffy and David Greenwalt's Profit as examples to show why people should love their telly.
April 19 2006
David Greenwalt becomes showrunner for NBC drama 'Kidnapped'. The Angel co-creator's new show will air this fall. More...
August 10 2005
A DVD review of David Greenwalt's short lived series 'Profit'. The Wolfram and Hart vibe is noted. Whedonesque posters with good memories might remember that Joss once posted saying that him and David talked having Jim Profit turn up as a Senior Partner.
June 14 2005
DVD cover art for David Greenwalt's Profit. Comes out on August 9th.
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July 04 2004
James Marsters in Australia. Convention report by bookworm54 at the MtS forums (scroll down). Things to note, Macbeth seems to be on the backburner and David Greenwalt is currently pitching a series for James to the networks.
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