The indispensable Neil Patrick Harris appears on two different cartoons this week, as a handsome prince and a deadly supervillain — and he sings power ballads both times! Plus there are season finales of Torchwood, True Blood and Futurama.And check out another clip below: Cartoon Network is also having new…
It's the awesome thing you didn't even know you desperately needed. Dr. Horrible himself, Neil Patrick Harris, guest stars in a special episode of Adventure Time next Monday — and now the show is Adventure Time with Fionna and Cake!
The man behind Walter Bishop, John Noble, proves that the real world is just as demented as Fringe's bizarre science, as he hosts a new show featuring "twisted but true" stories. MTV gives us C.O.P.S. with zombies and werewolves. And meanwhile, the Doctor ventures into a child's scary bedroom, on Doctor Who. And both …
A Time Lord may be running out of time, as Doctor Who comes back this weekend. And meanwhile, see the Venture Bros. like you've never seen them before. And somebody finally had the bright idea of giving Summer Glau superpowers!
Why does Fry suddenly look like a member of the Simpson family? You'll have to watch our new Futurama clip to find out. Meanwhile, the Warehouse 13 gang go inside a video game to save Eureka's Fargo...and Claudia's an elf!
Television is about to get interesting again! Doctor Who's coming back soon, and BBC America is celebrating with a look at Matt Smith's tenure as the Doctor. And meanwhile, Firefly's Jewel Staite is back in action, staving off Doomsday.
Television is going to teach us what happened to the dead people on Torchwood, and to the kidnapped children on Falling Skies. We're also going to visit a sinister alternate universe with Phineas and Ferb. And Jeri "Seven of Nine" Ryan comes to Warehouse 13!
San Diego Comic Con is a mosh pit of tastemakers. A good showing at Comic Con can generate unstoppable buzz for a project, that can last for months. A weak showing can deal a devastating setback to a creator's dreams.
Television has many thrills in store for you this week — but chief among them is the return of Lion-O in the Cartoon Network's new ThunderCats series! But he's not alone: There's also a bitchin new Wolverine anime series.That's followed at 8 PM by a new :
One of the most popular Star Wars video games spawns a TV special this week, as Lego Star Wars tells a story about Yoda, C-3PO and R2D2 battling the Sith. Meanwhile, Lifetime's new J.K. Rowling biopic looks face-clawingly hideous.
This week on television, it's a time for tough choices. Several of your favorite television shows are back this week, plus Syfy introduces its new mutant super-team show Alphas. And Iron Man and War Machine both face impossible battles.And that's followed by an extended version of a previously aired episode.
This week's television sees the last ever episodes of Smallville and Stargate Universe. Will Clark become Superman in time to save the Destiny? Plus season finales of Adventure Time, Vampire Diaries and Community. Orc Bikers! Daffy Duck's social climbing! Ghost-angst!
This week, Fringe season three comes to an explosive end. Adventure Time has an epic two-part story. Pirates attack on Doctor Who! Josh Holloway comes to Community! Lois Lane gets superpowers! But most of all, Thor comes to Syfy!
This week's television holds many wonders: The return of Pee-Wee Herman! Isaiah Mustafa is back on Chuck. "Our" universe's Lincoln Lee appears on Fringe, and we've got the first clip. V's season finale goes all out!
This week on television, the original British Being Human returns to America's screens. And it looks like yet another one of the other shoes is dropping on Fringe. Clark inches closer to wearing a costume on Smallville, and Dean reunites with his surrogate family on Supernatural. And you'll never guess who's getting…
Everybody's flirting with the Dark Side on television this week. Sam Winchester's discovering how bad he really went, Anakin Skywalker's getting a horrific vision, and Peter Griffin is hanging out with Death. Meanwhile, we're going back "Over There" on Fringe. John Laroquette is back on Chuck, and one member of the…
This week, Fringe goes glam. Also, is Chuck finally putting Timothy Dalton in his place? Find out tonight! Plus Mena Suvari is a supervillain on The Cape. Smallville and Supernatural are really back. And Titanic gets the sequel it deserves.
What television has to offer this week: the U.S. debut of time-traveling soap opera Being Erica. The return of Supernatural, Archer and Smallville. Tiffany and Debbie Gibson have a pie-fight, and still somehow cope with a Mega-Python and a Gatoroid.
Fringe is back, and Walter is rocking out with Back To The Future's Christopher Lloyd! Plus Syfy's reimagined Being Human takes a bite out of Monday night. Plus new Chuck, V, No Ordinary Family and The Cape. Television loves you!
Screw Sharktopus. Frak Mansquito. This Saturday, Syfy has a planet-sized kaiju: Behemoth! Also, this week's television is weirdly obsessed with mega-earthquakes. Alyson Hannigan joins The Simpsons. Jeff Bridges meets a flying blow-up doll. Plus Adventure Time, V and Clone Wars.