It’s a light week for television, but there are still some interesting things going on in TV land. David Duchovny heads to the 1960s with the Charles Manson-themed crime drama Aquarius. Aubrey Plaza voices a macabre little girl whose best friend is a godlord. And Halt and Catch Fire returns for a new season.
M. Night Shyamalan launches us into a new mysterious town with his series Wayward Pines — and it might not be completely awful. HBO’s latest true crime documentary asks: should we arrest a man for talking about planning to commit a crime? Plus, we’ve got the season finales of Arrow, Grimm, The Vampire Diaries, and …
If you haven't been watching the Axe Cop cartoon on the ADHD block, you're missing out on some very important information. Information like, the only thing that stops nature's mortal enemies, tigers and sharks, from waging all-out war on each other is the water. Also: Now the water is missing.
Orphan Black is back! While we're excited to find out what's in store after last season's big clone reveal, there's more TV goodness in store this week: Major Lazer gets its own cartoon; we learn Melinda May's secret origin on SHIELD, and The CW debuts its new angel drama The Messengers.
Seriously, just watch the previews for this new reality TV show, which is wants so badly to look like Hunger Games, and judge for yourselves. Meanwhile, Disney XD is giving us a brand new sneak peek at Guardians of the Galaxy and other upcoming Marvel movies. Check out clips and details for all this week's TV!
There's a brand new TV movie with a premise so ridiculous, Sharknado is looking more plausible all the time. And Axe Cop goes to Zombie Space Island! Also on TV this week: the funniest-sounding Futurama in ages, Jonathan Frakes directs Falling Skies, and the origin of Adventure Time's BMO. Check out tons of clips and…
The nice thing about the upfronts? Besides all the new trailers for new shows, we also get new trailer for shows that were previously announced, like this one for Fox's unbelievably awesome Axe Cop cartoon. I've heard every time someone watches an Axe Cop video, an Adult Swim executive sheds a tear.
We've got a long list of television to keep you cool and safe from the terrible, terrible outdoors. No longer is summer where bad TV goes to die. Under the Dome, True Blood, Axe Cop and Falling Skies are just among the few of some of the shows being aired in the high heat months. Here's our ultimate guide to summer TV.
Mezco's gotten the right to make Axe Cop action figures! They're technically based on the cartoon that will air on Fox's answer to Adult Swim, the Animation Domination HD block, but since that appears to be a nigh-perfect adaptation of the amazing webcomic, these should please all Axe Cop enthusiasts. The 3-3/4-inch…
Axe Cop We're not going to get to see the full Axe Cop animated series until July, but thankfully the folks behind ADHD have decided to tease another excellent Axe Cop clip. Hot damn we can't wait for this series. And yes, Axe Cop is voiced by the one and only Nick "Ron Swanson" Offerman of Parks And Rec. He's the…
The very first clip from Fox ADHD's upcoming Axe Cop cartoon show has hit the internet. Check out how the hero — who is the creation of a thirtysomething cartoonist and his elementary-school brother — celebrates Halloween like a lunatic for justice. Axe Cop will air next summer on FOX. Remember, always play it safe…
Wonderful news, everyone! Axe Cop is getting its own TV show! The internet sensation comic, written by a five-year-old (Malachai Nicolle) and drawn by his big brother (Ethan Nicolle), is the first show to take part in Fox's new animated late-night Saturday programming block.
If you've been on the internet in the last 365 days, chances are you've run into Axe Cop, the surrealist action webcomic drawn by 30-year-old Ethan Nicolle and written by his 6-year-old brother Malachi.
You've seen our exclusive Axe Cop cover, the webcomic written by 6-year-old Malachai Nicolle and drawn by his 29-year-old illustrator brother Ethan — now watch the fan made film. Let's chop their heads off!
Dark Horse Comics just sent us some sneak peeks of their May comic line-up. Here's a first look at Axe Cop brandishing his favorite chopping tool and a sword-wielding Conan the Barbarian drawn by Transmetropolitan artist Darick Robertson.
Axe Cop, the webcomic created by a six-year-old and his 29-year-old artist brother, is now getting the comic book treatment from Dark Horse. Here's an exclusive first look at the cover for Axe Cop's upcoming miniseries, Bad Guy Earth.
If you haven't experienced the webcomic phenomenon that is Axe Cop, cancel all your plans for the next 15 minutes. It's about a cop with an axe, as written by a mad genius five-year-old.