Rabu, 19 Mei 2010

Chuck _ Favorite TV Series 4 Me

Network: NBC
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
Seasons: 1-4 TV show dates: September 24, 2007 – present
Series status: Has not been cancelled
Performers include: Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, Joshua Gomez, Adam Baldwin, Bonita Friedericy, Sarah Lancaster, Vik Sahay, Scott Krinsky, Ryan McPartlin, Julia Ling, and Mark Christopher Lawrence.

TV show description:
A comedic adventure about socially-awkward Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi) who works as a computer expert for the tech-support company, Nerd Herd. Chuck’s friends include co-worker Morgan Santos (Joshua Gomez) and his physician sister Ellie (Sarah Lancaster).
After unwittingly downloading an entire server of secret information into his brain, the NSA’s Major John Casey (Adam Baldwin) and the CIA’s Agent Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strzechowski) are sent to retrieve the data.
Chuck uses his newfound knowledge to help thwart assassins and terrorists while continuing to work as a computer geek.

Chuck 2007 logo.svg
Chuck's logo
Format Action-comedy
Created by Josh Schwartz
Chris Fedak
Starring Zachary Levi
Yvonne Strahovski
Adam Baldwin
Joshua Gomez
Sarah Lancaster
Ryan McPartlin
Mark Christopher Lawrence
Vik Sahay
Scott Krinsky
Opening theme "Short Skirt/Long Jacket" by Cake (instrumental version)
Composer(s) Tim Jones
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 52 (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Josh Schwartz
Running time 43 minutes
Production company(s) College Hill Pictures
Wonderland Sound and Vision
Warner Bros. Television
Original channel NBC
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
1080i (3DTV)
Original run September 24, 2007 (2007-09-24) – present
External links
Official website

Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi) is in his twenties, living in Burbank, California, working as a computer expert in the Nerd Herd at his local Buy More (parodies of Best Buy's Geek Squad),[14] a large retail consumer-electronics chain, with his best friend, Morgan Grimes (Joshua Gomez). Chuck's sister Ellie (Sarah Lancaster) and her now-husband Devon "Captain Awesome" Woodcomb (Ryan McPartlin) are doctors who are constantly encouraging Chuck to make progress in his professional and romantic life.
At the beginning of the series, Chuck receives an e-mail from Bryce Larkin (Matthew Bomer), his former Stanford University roommate, who is now an apparently "rogue" CIA agent. When he opens it, the entire database of all the US government's secret information—a neural supercomputer called the Intersect—is subliminally embedded into his brain. Both the NSA and the CIA want the intelligence returned to them and dispatch agents of their own—Colonel John Casey (Adam Baldwin) and Agent Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski)—to retrieve the data.
Since the information was stolen by Bryce and the government's copy is destroyed in his attempted escape, and since Chuck experiences "flashes" of information from the database activated by certain triggers around him (such as faces, voices, in-context keywords, and various objects), he must use the knowledge he now possesses to help the government thwart assassins and international terrorists—upending his previously uneventful life. In order to preserve their safety, Chuck must keep his newfound occupation a secret from his family and friends, forcing Casey and Walker to establish an uneasy alliance and secret identities; Walker poses as Chuck's girlfriend and takes a cover job at a local restaurant near the Buy More while Casey reluctantly goes undercover as part of the Buy More team.
As the series progresses, it is revealed that rogue spies are engaged in a secret war with the legitimate intelligence community, and that Bryce stole the Intersect to keep the real rogue spies from capturing it. The rogue spies believe they can aid their cause by capturing the human Intersect or by building their own Intersect.
The government, meanwhile, wishes to rebuild the Intersect. This would make the Intersect in Chuck’s head redundant, making him a national security risk, so Casey is secretly under orders to kill Chuck if and when he becomes redundant.
Chuck, Sarah and Casey all face professional conflicts as they grow to respect each other and a genuine romantic interest develops between Chuck and Sarah. Chuck’s desire to maintain his close relationships and eventually return to a normal life is challenged by the dangers and growing responsibilities of his new secret life, and he gradually becomes a more competent, confident and willing spy.
As of Season 3, Chuck has willingly decided to become a real spy, to Sarah's chagrin. Although he failed "spy school," his effectiveness in the field has led General Beckman to give him a second chance and reinstate him as a member of the team, where Daniel Shaw is introduced to encourage his development as an agent. Chuck must now learn to balance his emotions to control the Intersect, which is complicated by his lingering feelings for Sarah. By "Chuck Versus the American Hero" Chuck is officially inducted as an agent by General Beckman, and by "Chuck Versus the Other Guy" Chuck and Sarah begin a long-delayed relationship.

Chuck is an action-comedy television program from the United States created by Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak. The series is about an "average computer-whiz-next-door" who receives an encoded e-mail from an old college friend now working in the CIA; the message embeds the only remaining copy of the world's greatest spy secrets into Chuck's brain.[1][2]
Produced by College Hill Pictures, Wonderland Sound and Vision and Warner Bros. Television, the series premiered on September 24, 2007, on NBC, airing on Monday nights at 8/7c leading into Heroes.[3][4] Despite receiving a full season pickup, the first season contained only thirteen episodes; production was stalled due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike.[5][6] The second season started on September 29, 2008, with a full 22-episode season order.[7] NBC released the first episode of season two a week before its air date via multiple online distribution methods, and cable on demand.
After a two-month "Save Chuck" campaign mounted by fans, Chuck was renewed for a third season with a thirteen-episode order[8] that was subsequently extended to nineteen episodes.[9] A major sponsorship deal between NBC and the Subway restaurant chain was also announced to help cover costs of the third season.
NBC announced on November 19, 2009 that season 3 of Chuck would premiere on Sunday, January 10, 2010 with a two hour premiere at 9/8c before moving to its permanent timeslot of Mondays 8/7c.[10] That 2-part premiere pulled the series' highest ratings since 2007, excluding a special 3-D episode which aired the day after Super Bowl XLIII: 7.7 million viewers and a 3.0 demo rating for the first hour, falling to 7.2 million and a 2.9 for the second half.[11]
On May 13, 2010, it was announced that Chuck had been renewed for a fourth season of 13 episodes.[12] Unlike the third season which was held as a midseason replacement, Chuck will appear on NBC's Fall 2010 schedule in its traditional Monday 8/7c timeslot.[13]

Main cast

Recurring cast

  1. ^ a b c d e the character was recurring cast during the first season, and became a main cast member at the start of the second season
  2. ^ a b returned for a guest appearance in the third season

[edit] Production

[edit] Conception

Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak wrote the script for the first episode which was initially given a put pilot commitment by NBC before a pilot order was green lit by the network in January 2007.[17] Schwartz and Fedak both attended the University of Southern California and the latter pitched the idea to Schwartz who agreed to develop the project with him.[18] Joseph McGinty Nichol, Schwartz's fellow executive producer on The O.C., directed the first hour of the series and consequently became an executive producer via his production company, Wonderland Sound and Vision. Fedak, Peter Johnson, Scott Rosenbaum, Matthew Miller and Allison Adler also serve as co-executive producers.[19] NBC gave the series an early pick-up and a thirteen-episode order on May 10, 2007.[20] On November 26, 2007, TV Guide reported that NBC had picked up the series for a full, 22 episode season.[21]

[edit] Casting

Zachary Levi and Adam Baldwin were the first two to be cast in February 2007 in the roles of Chuck Bartowski and veteran NSA agent Major John Casey, respectively. Fedak always had Baldwin in mind for the role of John Casey and the producers found that the actor was a "perfect fit" for the character during the first casting session.[18][22] Relative newcomer Yvonne Strahovski was chosen for the female lead role of what was then CIA officer Sarah Kent in the same month.[23] Casting continued throughout March with Sarah Lancaster, Joshua Gomez, and Natalie Martinez landing the parts of Dr. Ellie Bartowski (Chuck's older sister), Morgan Grimes (Chuck's best friend), and Kayla Hart (Chuck's neighbor and love interest), respectively.[24] The Kayla Hart character was dropped before filming because creators Chris Fedak and Josh Schwartz found it unlikely and too complicated to the storyline that two women would be pining over Chuck. Morgan's surname was later changed to "Grimes" and Sarah's surname was changed to "Walker" as it was previously "Kent".[citation needed]

[edit] Reception


Despite heavy promotion from NBC and soaring critical reviews, Chuck has suffered in domestic ratings due to stiff competition of established hits from ABC (Dancing with the Stars), FOX (House), and CBS (How I Met Your Mother, Rules of Engagement) in the Monday 8:00–9:00 pm ET timeslot. Its ratings have also been affected by the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike in the first season and President Barack Obama's prime time news conference that led to the show being preempted for a week in the second season, shortly after NBC had done heavy promotion for the show around the Super Bowl. In May 2010, it was reported that Chuck ranked in the top 20 TV shows in the SocialSenseTV ratings report of social media interactions, measuring posts and reads on forums, blogs, and other social media over a three-month period.[25]
Season Timeslot (EDT) Season premiere Season finale TV season Rank U.S. viewers
in millions.
1 Monday 8:00 pm (September 24, 2007 – December 3, 2007)
Thursday 8:00 pm (January 24, 2008)
Thursday 10:00 pm (January 24, 2008)
September 24, 2007 January 24, 2008 2007–2008 #65 8.68[note 1][26]
2 Monday 8:00 pm (September 29, 2008 – April 27, 2009) September 29, 2008 April 27, 2009 2008–2009 #71 7.36[27]
3 Sunday 8:00 pm (January 10, 2010)
Monday 8:00 pm (January 11, 2010 – May 2010)
January 10, 2010 May 2010 2009–2010 - 7.4 (to date)
  1. ^ Only 11 out of the season's 13 episodes were taken into account.

Critical reception

Early reviews for Chuck were strong. Rolling Stone magazine included the show on its fall 2007 "We Like to Watch" list, saying the show "wipes the floor with the other fall debuts."[29] Chuck landed on USA Today's list of the "10 Picks for 2007", and they called Levi's performance "incredibly winning", giving the comedy three-out-of-four stars.[30][31] Chuck drew numerous comparisons to another critically-acclaimed comedy that debuted in Fall 2007—Reaper—which also starred a twenty-something underachiever who works in a large retail, "big-box" store (Work Bench) and is drawn into heroism against his will.[29][30][32][33]
As the year 2008 drew to a close, the show received further critical acclaim. In December of that year Time magazine named the show one of the top 10 TV series of the year.[34] It also made the year-end top 10 list of the Chicago Tribune,[35] Television Without Pity's list of TV Shows We Wish More People Watched,[36] The Star-Ledger's Top TV shows of 2008 (#4),[37] The Miami Herald's TV's Top 5 list,[38] The New York Observer's Top 10 TV Shows of the Year (#6),[39] and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette mentions Chuck as one of the few bright spots in television in 2008.[40]
The Chicago Tribune's Maureen Ryan wrote that "the show pays attention to the mechanics of storytelling and doesn't just try to coast on the comedy." She continued, "[Given] the level of attention paid to all those other things—emotion, suspense, plotting, character—Chuck ends up being one of the TV scene's greatest pleasures at the moment."[41] Television Without Pity's Angel Cohn finds Chuck to be a well-written show, saying "it features some of the smartest and most quick-witted dialogue on TV". He praises the ensemble cast and notes "while the first season was good, this show has really hit its stride in its second season."[42] James Poniewozik of Time magazine says the show is a "delight" and that with the second season the "new episodes quickly jump back in, with higher stakes and sharper jokes."[43] The Star-Ledger's Alan Sepinwall calls Chuck "the most purely entertaining show currently on television, whether you're talking network or cable."[44] He states that "what makes Chuck so special ... is that there's a fundamental warmth and humanity underneath the jokes", with "a cast of appealing characters played by very good actors."[45]
Going into 2010, Aaron Barnhart of the Kansas City Star described the show's premise as "fresh, appealing and limited", expressing concern that "a lot of TV shows overstay their welcome" and fearing that in its third season the show is "about to run out of new, workable ideas".[46] USA Today called the show NBC's "best scripted hour."[47] However, SLANT Magazine bemoaned Season 3's reinstatement of Chuck and Sarah's relationship, saying "as it stands the situation with Chuck and Sarah is worn down, tired, and typical," though he added "with a show as genuinely enjoyable as Chuck, status quo is far from a death sentence."[48]


Season 1 of Chuck enjoyed much formal recognition. The program was mentioned multiple times in IGN's 2007 year-in-review awards. Along with winning the honor of Best New TV Series, Sarah Walker won the award for best TV character, and Chuck and Sarah as a couple won the "Couple That We Rooted for the Most" award. Chuck was also nominated for "Best New TV Comedy Series" at the 2008 People's Choice Awards, which aired on January 8, 2008, but lost to Samantha Who?[49] The series stunt coordinator Merritt Yohnka won the 2007-2008 Primetime Emmy for "Outstanding Stunt Coordination". Chuck was also nominated for "Outstanding Main Title Design" in 2007, but didn't win.[50] Merritt Yohnka also won the 2008-2009 Primetime Emmy for "Outstanding Stunt Coordination", back-to-back wins for the same award.[51] In 2009, the series won the Ewwy Award for Best Comedy Series and Zachary Levi for Best Actor in a Comedy Series.

Campaign for series renewal, 2009

Despite being one of the first series to be renewed by NBC for the 2008-2009 television season, Chuck was classified as a show "on the bubble" between renewal and cancellation in April 2009 after NBC decided to delay its decision on its renewal for a third season until early May.[52][53][54] The show's second season did not improve on or maintain the audience numbers received in the first season and has consistently obtained low ratings, making it one of the least-watched shows in its Monday 8:00 pm ET timeslot.[53] Concerned that the show would not be renewed for a third season, fans launched a "Save Chuck" campaign that gained momentum with the use of social-networking websites like Twitter and Facebook.[55]
Fansite ChuckTV.net launched the first organized fan effort, the Watch/Buy/Share campaign, on March 18, 2009; a letter writing campaign was later added to the effort.[56] The week of April 6, 2009, television blogger Kath Skerry changed the name of her website GiveMeMyRemote.com to GiveMeMyChuck.com and used Twitter to notify her readers to support the show, prompting television columnists Alan Sepinwall of The Star-Ledger, Maureen Ryan of Chicago Tribune and Josef Adalian of TelevisionWeek to write Chuck-related news on their websites and Twitter feeds.[57] Sepinwall also wrote an open letter to NBC on reasons for renewal, while Ryan encouraged fan support by listing the various ways in which they could contribute to the campaign to save Chuck.[58][59] One fan, Wendy Farrington, was inspired by a product placement in second season episodes to organize a campaign to purchase "Footlong" submarine sandwiches from Subway on the air date of the second season finale.[60] This movement gained support from various cast and crew members, with actor Zachary Levi seen leading hundreds of fans to a Subway restaurant in Birmingham, England.[55][61] Members of the show's cast and crew participated in a special "rally cry" episode of Chuck vs the Podcast on April 24, 2009, just before the season finale, to encourage fans to keep the campaign going and thank them for their support.[62] On the campaign, co-creator Josh Schwartz remarked that it "has been one of the most amazing experiences of [his] life to witness — and certainly the most creatively gratifying".[63] Other fan efforts include the "Have a Heart, Renew Chuck" campaign, involving Chuck fans donating money to the American Heart Association on behalf of NBC.[64][65] By the NBC upfront on May 19, 2009 over $17,000 was raised.[66][67]
The campaign also prompted press and media coverage, with The Hollywood Reporter calling Chuck one of the "most discussed bubble show[s] online".[68] Linda Holmes, writing for NPR, noted the support the campaign has received from both fans and critics, and comments: "It's very common for chasms to open between critics and viewers... But here, critics find themselves passionately advocating for something that's extraordinarily enjoyable to watch."[69] James Poniewozik of Time magazine wrote about the efficacy of save-this-show columns and fan protests, saying, "The sad fact of advertising-supported television is that, unlike cable, it still rewards breadth, not depth, of viewership. Four million people who watch a show really hard are still just four million people to an ad buyer. Unless they spend money."[70] He stated that the "Finale & Footlong" campaign was a far more effective way to demonstrate support since Subway is one of the show's major sponsors.[70] However, Josh Bernoff of Advertising Age remarks, "Thousands of visible, loyal viewers does not equal millions of actual viewers. Objects in the groundswell may be smaller than they appear. People who congregate online are not a representative sample."[71]
In support of the show, Nestlé sent more than 1,000 packs of its Wonka Nerds candy to NBC after Josh Schwartz made such a suggestion to fans in an April 20, 2009 interview with The New York Times.[72][73] Additionally, Chuck won the annual "Save Our Shows" poll by USA Today in which 43,000 people voted, topping the poll with 54% of respondents favoring renewal, beating other bubble shows such as Cold Case (45%) and Without a Trace (41%).[74] The petition campaigns were also mentioned on the May 12, 2009 episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.[75]
NBC's decision to renew the show for a thirteen-episode third season was announced on May 17, 2009.[8] Both NBC's Ben Silverman and co-creator Chris Fedak have confirmed that the option remains for a pickup of nine more episodes.[76] Although Silverman has claimed that NBC is not looking to lower costs, Schwartz has stated that series production studio Warner Bros. Television had asked the producers to make budget cuts to meet a decrease in the license fee by NBC.[77] Silverman, Fedak and Schwartz have all stated that the show's quality will not be impacted.[76][77]
On October 28, 2009, numerous media sources began to run reports that NBC had picked up an additional six episodes.[78][79]

Prospects for renewal, 2010

Questions about the series' continued viability began before the third season aired. Just hours before the third season premiere, when asked whether NBC suddenly moving Jay Leno out of primetime lowered the bar for Chuck, NBC chairman Jeff Gaspin replied, "I wouldn't say the bar's lower, but we obviously have less choice at the moment, so he's got a better shot."[80]
When asked about the series' chances of being renewed for a fourth season and whether fans would have to step in again, Angela Bromstad replied, "Well, it's got to maintain, and it depends on development," but said that the show is a "pleasant surprise, and they're doing great work."[81]
However, the ratings for Chuck have slipped, falling to a series-low 1.9 demo for two weeks running as of the 11th episode of the season, "Chuck Versus the Final Exam." The "TV By The Numbers" website reported on March 23, 2010 that this is "below the ratings level that would indicate likely renewal now" despite the overall ratings difficulties that NBC is facing.[82] However, on March 30, 2010, the seasons 12th episode, "Chuck Versus the American Hero" saw an increase to a 2.1 share and a 0.2 million viewer rise.[citation needed]
Chuck was also a contestant in E!'s online Save One Show contest for the second year running, where it won with 52% of the vote. The runner up was One Tree Hill, which garnered 20% of the vote.[83]
On May 13, 2010, it was announced that Chuck had been renewed by NBC for a fourth season. The season will receive a 13 episode order with an option of another 9 episodes. The fourth season will premiere during NBC's Fall 2010 schedule. It will retain its current timeslot.[citation needed]

Broadcast and distribution

Broadcast history

The first showing of the pilot occurred on July 27, 2007 at Comic-Con International in San Diego.[84] The series was originally slated to air on Tuesday nights at 9/8c as announced at the 2007 Upfronts but this was later changed to Monday nights at 8/7c as announced during the 2007 Television Critics Association summer press tour. The season premiere aired on September 24, 2007 on NBC.[4][85] The pilot was leaked onto torrent websites on July 22, 2007.[86] All thirteen episodes produced before the 2007 Writers Guild of America strike have aired. The last two episodes of the original thirteen aired on January 24, 2008, with episode 12 airing at 8/7c and episode 13 at 10/9c, three days after they aired in Canada.
Season Two premiered on September 29, 2008. While the series originally had a 13 episode order, NBC ordered another nine, ensuring the series would get the full 22-episode treatment.[7] The theme song is "Short Skirt/Long Jacket" by Cake.
On February 2, 2009, Chuck broadcast a full-length 3D television episode. The episode was broadcast using the ColorCode 3D stereoscopy system, and could be viewed by wearing a pair of glasses distributed as part of a national promotion for the movie "Monsters Vs. Aliens," which was sponsored by Intel.[87]

International distribution

Country↓ TV network(s)↓ Weekly schedule (local time)↓
Arab League Arab World Dubai One 9:00 pm Thursdays[88]
Argentina Argentina Warner Channel 7:00 pm Sundays[89]
Aruba Aruba Warner Channel 8:00 pm Sundays[89]
Australia Australia FOX8
8:30 pm Wednesdays EST (Season 1) – Premiered April 1, 2009
8:30 pm Thursdays EST (Season 2)
7:30pm Wednesdays on GO! starting May 12; 8:30pm starting June 2[90]
Bangladesh Bangladesh AXN 10:30 pm Wednesdays, 7:30 pm Saturdays
Barbados Barbados Warner Channel 8:00 pm Sundays[89]
Belgium Belgium 2BE
la deux
7:30 pm Mondays till Fridays
6:40 pm Saturdays
Bolivia Bolivia Warner Channel 8:00 pm Sundays[89]
Brazil Brazil Warner Channel (subtitles Portuguese)
SBT (dubbed version)
6:00 pm Sundays (Six-month window past NBC broadcast)[89]
4:00 pm Mondays
Canada Canada Citytv
Ztélé (French version)
10:00 pm Mondays
9:00 pm Wednesdays
Ztélé: 08:00 pm Tuesday (with repeats)
Chile Chile Warner Channel 10:00 pm Sundays[89]
Colombia Colombia Warner Channel 7:00 pm Sundays[89]
Costa Rica Costa Rica Warner Channel 6:00 pm Sundays[89]
Croatia Croatia RTL Televizija 10:30 pm Tuesdays (Season 1)
Curaçao Curaçao Warner Channel 8:00 pm Sundays[89]
Czech Republic Czech Republic Prima Cool 8:15 pm Wednesdays (Season 1) – Premiered April 1, 2009
8:15 pm Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays (Season 2) – Premiered January 27, 2010
Denmark Denmark 6'eren 9:00 pm Thursday
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Warner Channel 8:00 pm Sundays[89]
Ecuador Ecuador Warner Channel 7:00 pm Sundays[89]
El Salvador El Salvador Warner Channel 6:00 pm Sundays[89]
Fiji Fiji Mai TV 8:00 pm Thursday
Finland Finland Sub 10:00 pm Tuesdays (Season 1 premiere June 8, 2010)
France France TF1 2:15 pm Sundays (Season 1 premiered November 9, 2008. Season 2 in progress.)
Germany Germany ProSieben Cancelled (5:00 pm Saturdays) (Premiered August 22, 2009.)
Greece Greece Star Channel 5:45 pm Sundays
Guatemala Guatemala Warner Channel 6:00 pm Sundays[89]
Honduras Honduras Warner Channel 6:00 pm Sundays[89]
Hong Kong Hong Kong AXN (Pay-tv)
TVB J2 (Free-to-air)
11:00 pm Thursday
1:00 pm, 10:30 pm Sunday – Premiered May 2008
Hungary Hungary RTL Klub
Cool TV
9:20 pm Tuesdays – Premiere July 14, 2009 (Cancelled, Last episode: July 28, 2009)
15:30 pm Sunday – Premiere December 27, 2009 (Cool Tv)
Iceland Iceland Stöð 2 9:10 pm Tuesdays
India India AXN 10:00 pm Wednesdays, 7:00 pm Saturdays
Indonesia Indonesia AXN 8:00 pm Mondays (Season 1), 9:00 pm Thursdays (Season 2)
Republic of Ireland Ireland TV3 / 3e Premiered June 7, 2008, Now shown @ 8pm Saturday nights on sister Channel 3e
Israel Israel HOT Zone 5 pm Wednesdays – Premiered January 7, 2009
Italy Italy Steel (Pay-tv)
Italia 1 (Free-to-air)
9:00 pm Sundays — Premiered June 22, 2008
10.45 pm Tuesdays — Premiered June 9, 2009
Japan Japan Super! drama TV 10:00 pm Thursdays — Premiered December 10, 2009.
Lithuania Lithuania TV1 6:00 pm Saturdays and Sundays — Premiered August 2, 2009. Only first season aired.
Malaysia Malaysia TV2 11:00 pm Tuesday
Malaysia Malaysia AXN 10:00 pm Thursday
Mexico Mexico Warner Channel 7:00 pm Sundays[89]
New Zealand New Zealand TV2 9:30 pm Wednesdays — Premiered June 18, 2008 (Currently On Hold, Season 3 Starts In 2010)
Nicaragua Nicaragua Warner Channel 6:00 pm Sundays[89]
Norway Norway Viasat4 9:35 pm Mondays — Premiered August 18, 2008
Pakistan Pakistan AXN 9:30 pm Wednesdays, 6:30 pm Saturdays
Panama Panama Warner Channel 7:00 pm Sundays[89]
Paraguay Paraguay Warner Channel 6:00 pm Sundays[89]
Peru Peru Warner Channel 7:00 pm Sundays[89]
Philippines Philippines AXN[91]
C/S 9[91]
Jack TV[91]
Solar TV
9:00 pm Mondays
9:00 pm Thursdays
10:00 pm Tuesdays
07:30 pm Saturdays (January 16, 2010 as part of a Served Hot Series)
Poland Poland TVN Siedem 1:00 pm Sundays (Season 2)
Portugal Portugal RTP2 (Free-to-air)
AXN (Pay-tv)
RTP1 (FTA reruns)
10:40 pm Wednesdays
22:30 pm Fridays
3:00 pm Sundays
Romania Romania Pro TV 11:45 pm Mondays to Thursdays — Premiered August 20, 2009[92]
Saint Lucia Saint Lucia Warner Channel 8:00 pm Sundays[89]
Serbia Serbia TV Avala 01:00 pm Saturdays[89]
Singapore Singapore AXN 10:00 pm Thursdays
Slovakia Slovakia TV Markíza 10:55 am two episodes Sundays — Season 1 premiered March 7, 2010
Slovenia Slovenia Kanal A 10:45 pm Fridays–Sundays — Season 1 premiered September 4, 2009
Spain Spain Canal 9
Calle 13
08:00 pm Saturdays and Sundays
9:30 pm Thursdays
Tuesdays 23:15
South Africa South Africa M-Net 7:30 pm Tuesdays — Premiered June 4, 2008
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka AXN on DialogTV, LBN and Peo TV 06:30 pm Mondays — Premiered May 5
Suriname Suriname Warner Channel 8:00 pm Sundays[89]
Sweden Sweden TV6 8:00 pm Mondays
Switzerland Switzerland SF2 6:45 pm Monday to Friday (Season 1) — Premiered June 19, 2009
6:45 pm Monday to Friday (Season 2) — Premiered April 2010[93]
Republic of China Taiwan AXN 9:00 pm Tuesdays
Thailand Thailand AXN 9:00 pm Mondays
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago NBC-e 8:00 pm Mondays (Season 2)
Turkey Turkey CNBC-e 8:00 pm Mondays(Season 3)
United Kingdom United Kingdom Virgin1 10:00 pm Mondays (Season 1) — Premiered April 7, 2008
9:00 pm Tuesdays (Season 2) — Premiered June 9, 2009
Uruguay Uruguay Warner Channel 7:00 pm Sundays[89]
United States United States NBC 8:00 pm Mondays, 7:00 pm Central time
Venezuela Venezuela Venevisión
Warner Channel
7:00 pm Thursdays — Premiered 10 February
7:00 pm Sundays[89]

Online distribution

In the U.S., the entire first and second seasons are available for purchase at the Zune Marketplace, the iTunes Store, Playstation Network, Amazon Unbox, and Xbox Live Marketplace. Season 3 episodes (with commercials) are available the morning after US broadcast at the NBC, Hulu, IMDB (low definition Hulu), and Fancast web sites. In an aggressive marketing campaign by NBC, the pilot episode was released across a broad range of media from satellite broadcasting to popular social networking websites such as Facebook, shown on United Airlines flights, freely distributed on video on demand on about 30 cable and satellite systems including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications and Dish Network, on Yahoo, and from Amazon Unbox.[94] Also, prior to the airing of Chuck in the United Kingdom the pilot episode was released as a free temporary download on iTunes. A full week before the second season premier in the US, iTunes offered a free download of the first episode as a 'pre-aire premiere', this promotion was also available on the Xbox live marketplace.

[edit] Home media

Name Release dates Ep #
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
The Complete First Season September 16, 2008 (DVD)[95]
November 11, 2008 (Blu-ray Disc)[96]
August 18, 2008[97] November 12, 2008[98] 13
The Complete Second Season January 5, 2010[99] October 5, 2009 April 7, 2010[100] 22
The Complete Third Season Unknown Unknown Unknown 19
Both the DVD and Blu-ray Disc box sets are distributed by Warner Home Video.
The DVD and Blu-ray Disc box sets of The Complete First Season contain the same special features: deleted scenes ("Declassified Scenes"); "Chuck's World—an inside look at character development and casting sessions"; "Chuck on Chuck"—commentaries by Zachary Levi, Joshua Gomez, Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak; bloopers ("Chuck vs. the Chuckles"); and "Chuck's Online World—a gallery of web originated mini-featurettes".[101]
On October 28, 2009, Warner Home Video announced that the second season of Chuck will be released on January 5, 2010.[99] Like its predecessor, Chuck: The Complete Second Season was made available in both DVD and Blu-ray Disc formats.[99] TIME magazine put the DVD on its short list for January 2010, saying "Nerd wish fulfillment doesn't get funnier than this."[102]

Other media


In May 2007, NBC announced that their official website would launch "MyNBC" allowing users to be more interactive with selected shows. MyNBC will allow fans to delve inside Chuck's "brain" which will host hot spots of top-secret government information that the title character possesses. It will also have bonus video features.[103] In addition, NBC further announced in July 2007 that tie-in micro websites where fans who log onto Buy-More.net would be directed to NerdHerdHelp.com giving them access to exclusive content of the show and a blog written by the title character's best friend and sidekick, Morgan, would be launched in September 2007.[104] NBC is reportedly expected to spend about $8 million in total promoting the show.[105]


Wildstorm, a DC Comics imprint, produced a six-issue mini-series written by Peter Johnson and Zev Borow (series co-executive producer and writer, respectively), with art by Jeremy Haun and Phil Noto. It started in June 2008.[106][107] A trade paperback collection was published in July, 2009.[108] It also includes a public service announcement on brushing one's teeth from Captain Awesome and two gag adventures with Morgan based on film noir and The Odyssey. (WildStorm also releases Brian K. Vaughan's Ex Machina, a series which sees its main character fused with a technological structure, issue #39 of which is used within Chuck to conceal the Intersect Operating manual from General Beckman, Casey, and Sarah for Chuck's studies from Season 2, episode #17 onwards.)


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