Watching this week's episode of Vikings had me pondering this question. (Relax, the image isn't a spoiler.) Some shows routinely kill off characters while others not so much. Spoilers for Vikings, The Walking Dead and 24 ahead.
Fox greenlit a show that blends courtroom drama with multiple universes. A woman's caught between a reality in which she's a trial lawyer, and one in which she's on trial. Fox also recently approved a "supernatural" show from Glee's creator.
Three new promos for NBC's mysteries-within-wheels-within-cheese show The Event are making me get my hopes up. It's got the paranoia and intrigue, but more than that, it seems like this show is actually going to move.
Even though we highly doubt there will be another Lost-type TV show for some time, NBC's certainly angling its new series, The Event that way — with a 24 twist. Will these new clips make you watch the series?
Instead of focusing on the potential dearth of new shows to offer us sci-fi thrills, we're turning our attention to the shows that don't call themselves sci-fi, but kinda are. Here're some of our favorites.
Welcome back to Horrorhead, a column all about the connections between horror and scifi. On Battlestar Galactica, there's an ongoing theme of torture: humans gang-rape an imprisoned Cylon; the Cylons beat a man so badly he loses his eye (not to mention all the humans they kill outright); and there's even a little…