Things are not looking good for The Cape, the highly-hyped NBC superhero series that has not been able to get any ratings traction. Deadline reports that the network is cutting the show's first season order from 13 episodes down to 10.
The website Zap2It.com caught up with actress Summer Glau to discuss her co-starring role on The Cape, and she revealed quite a bit about her on screen alter ego, Orwell, including the fact that she's something of a control freak.
Well, that didn't take long -- Saturday Night Live has already aired a spoof of The Cape, their version going by the name "The Scarf."
NBC has released this promo which not only looks at this Monday's episode of The Cape, but previews future episodes as well.
While NBC airs The Cape, the TV hero's comic book counterpart is having his own adventures in the first of a series of webisodes, "The White Hand."
TVline.com is reporting that starting today The Cape will be spawning a monthly online comic that will actually be different from the show itself, serving as the title that inspires former cop Vince Farrady to become a costumed hero.
NBC has released plot summaries for the first three episodes of The Cape: Pilot, "Tarot" and "Kozmo." Plus there's a behind the scenes look at a photo shoot for the show.
This sequence from the premiere of The Cape features a confrontation between Vince (David Lyons) and Orwell (Summer Glau).
In this newly-released clip from NBC, The Cape (David Lyons) discovers that he's not the only crime fighter in Palm City when he meets Orwell (Summer Glau). In the second clip, we see the Cape undergoing training from Max (Keith David).
Access Hollywood brings its cameras to the set of NBC's The Cape to catch the action while it's happening and grab some quotes from the show's stars.
The Cape arrives on NBC January 9th, and stars David Lyons and Summer Glau host this pair of behind the scenes previews of the show.
Thomas Wheeler, creator and executive producer of The Cape, shares with CBM's Ed Gross the challenge of creating a comic-inspired show that is nonetheless rooted in reality.
Actor David Lyons, who ultimately becomes the title role of The Cape, discusses the show and his character in this video interview.
NBC has posted six images that represent early conceptions for characters appearing in the series, The Cape.
In an interview with Collider, James Frain, who's currently on screen as Jarvis in Tron: Legacy, spent part of the time talking about his role as the villain Chess in NBC's The Cape.
One of the people helping The Cape in his war against crime in Palm City is the computer whiz, Orwell, played by Summer Glau. Digital Spy has offered up an interview with the actress in which she details how different she is from her alter ego.
NBC has released a batch of photos from the second episode of the forthcoming TV series The Cape, this one titled "Bluebeard."
The two latest promos for NBC's The Cape focus on Summer Glau's character, Orwell, and the show's villains.
In this exclusive interview, Thomas Wheeler, the creator and executive producer of The Cape, discusses how the show is a blend of such modern sensibilities and Christopher Nolan's Batman and Kick-Ass, as well as pulp heroes like Doc Savage. As such, it's an intriguing first look at the creation of the show.
NBC has released this behind the scenes promo video for The Cape, which debuts on the network next month.
TVGuide.com's William Keck has filed a report discussing NBC's The Cape, and a brief interview with series creator Thomas Wheeler on the subject of villains.
David Lyons and Summer Glau, co-stars of NBC's The Cape, were interviewed by Al Roker at the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Digitalspy.com is featuring an interview with actor Vinnie Jones, who portrays the villain Scales on NBC's The Cape.
Now that it's got a premiere date in January, excitement is building for NBC's The Cape, and sharing in the excitement is series creator Thomas Wheeler, as evident in this video interview.
NBC has released a new promo for The Cape which shows our hero in the midst of training -- catching flying blades in his bare hands!