[07/27/09 - 10:52 AM]
ABC's All-Repeat Lineup Finishes No. 1 in Adults 18-49, with Its Top Non-Sports Sunday of the Summer
ABC spins the numbers for Sunday, July 26.

[07/23/09 - 08:23 AM]
Spike TV to Rebroadcast Television Miniseries 'Meteor' and 'The Storm' This August
Plus: "Surviving Disaster," the network's latest original series, premieres Tuesday, September 1 at 10:00/9:00c.

[07/21/09 - 11:33 AM]
NBC Ties for #2 in 18-49 for the Week of July 13-19, Paced by 'America's Got Talent'
NBC spins the numbers for the week of July 13-19.

[07/14/09 - 12:04 PM]
'America's Got Talent' Ranks #1 in Both 18-49 and Total Viewers for a Third Week in a Row
NBC spins the numbers for the week of July 6-12.

[04/09/09 - 11:08 AM]
NBC Re-Schedules Two Original Summer Miniseries as 'Meteor' Now Aims for July 12 and 19 While 'The Storm' Will Air on July 26 and August 2
The pair were originally set for June 7-14 and July 19-26, respectively.

[03/12/09 - 12:10 PM]
NBC's Summer Schedule Packed with Original Scripted Series ('The Philanthropist,''The Listener' and 'Merlin') and Alternative Shows Paced by Debuts of New 'I'M a CelebritY...get Me Out of Here!' and 'Great American Road Trip' -- Plus Return of Top-Rated 'America's Got Talent'
Also on tap: new mini-series "Meteor" (June 7 and 14) and "The Storm" (July 19 and 26).

7/12/09 - 7/19/09
telefilm/mini-series in the can
(from NBC's press release) In "Meteor," two massive rocks, tumbling debris older than the solar system itself, collide in space. The course has been altered. The target is Earth. In a remote observatory, Dr. Lehman (Emmy winner Christopher Lloyd, "Back to the Future"), discovers a meteor approximately three times the size of Mount Everest barreling its way towards Earth. His devoted young assistant Imogene O'Neill (Marla Sokoloff, "The Practice") feverishly types in the coordinates only to find the previously identified meteor named Kassandra is headed their way. It's only the beginning of their troubles as showers of smaller meteorites begin to lay waste to major cities around the globe. The impending disaster brings out the best and the worst sides in people as they cope by either lending a helping hand or taking advantage of the situation. In a small California town, a Police Chief (Golden Globe Nominee Stacy Keach, "Prison Break") struggles to calm a panicky group of citizens. Miles away, his son Jack, a detective (Golden Globe nominee Billy Campbell, "Once and Again"), finds himself caught in the middle of the most difficult arrest of his career with the ill-timed transfer of a very dangerous psychopath named Stark (Michael Rooker, "JFK"). Then there's the skeptical Dr. Chetwyn (Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Jason Alexander, "Seinfeld") who may be the only chance Lehman and O'Neill have to get their findings to the proper authorities in time to deflect Kassandra. Time is running out in "Meteor," in which eye-popping effects, explosive human drama, and hair-raising action combine to create a suspenseful, thrilling and dramatic new miniseries event from RHI Entertainment.
· Billy Campbell as Jack
· Christopher Lloyd as Dr. Lehman
· Jason Alexander as Dr. Chetwyn
· Marla Sokoloff as Imogene O'Neill
· Michael Rooker as Stark
· Stacy Keach as Sheriff Crowe
· ??? as DIR
· ??? as WRTR
· mini-series
· RHI Entertainment