Guest director Masaaki Yuasa takes over Adventure Time to teach us about Ooo's food chain, and it promises to be delightfully weird. Plus, Superjail! returns, Believe says good-bye, and In the Flesh ends another season of zombie heartbreak. See all the details below!
Wil Wheaton makes fun of the scifi news of the week in his new show while Game of Thrones gets ready to throw down and duel. Orphan Black heads to rehab, Penny Dreadful attends the theater, and The 100 goes hunting. Plus, get caught up on Defiance before the new season starts. Details below!
Two scifi shows take their final bows this week—and Warehouse 13 is going out with a musical number. Plus, we see the season finales of From Dusk Till Dawn and Supernatural while the summer TV season is just ramping up. See all the latest clips and details below!
Maria Hill, fresh from her stint in Captain America 2, returns to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this week and Santanico Pandemonium has a deadly dance on From Dusk Till Dawn. Plus, Supernatural prepares its spinoff and Vikings and Resurrection close their seasons. Details below!
Agents of Shield introduces us to the love of Agent Coulson's life: Amy Acker's cellist. We get a chance to get caught up on From Dusk Till Dawn, Lana gets ready to give birth on Archer, and Metal Hurlant Chronicles brings and Alejandro Jodorowsky comic to the small screen. See all the details below!
Benedict Cumberbatch bows out of not one, but two major franchises. On the other hand, Harrison Ford's totally on board a Blade Runner sequel, and Paul Bettany talks playing the Vision in Avengers: Age of Ultron. And tons of information about Warehouse 13's final season. Spoilers now!
When we first heard that director Alfonso Cuarón was working on a television series about a superpowered girl, we were excited, although that excitement faded with the rapid turnover of series showrunners and rumblings of major changes to the original concept. Now, six episodes into the show, we're ready to quit …
An anthology series based on tales from France's Heavy Metal comics anthology hits out TV sets tonight—and so does the final season of Warehouse 13. Plus, Orphan Black is back this week with new secrets and new clones, and we see the debut of a new show about the history of science fiction. Check out all the details…
There's some confirmation that Peter Mayhew will return as Chewbacca in Star Wars. Samuel L. Jackson discusses where Nick Fury will go after Captain America 2, while Captain America 3 is going up against Batman Vs. Superman. Plus Wreck-It Ralph 2 seems to be happening. And everything changes in Game of Thrones season…
The superpowered child trope often goes hand-in-hand with creepy children: think the Midwich Cuckoos, Damien, Samara. In spite of Believe's best efforts to convince us that psychic Bo is all sweetness and light, she is veering into creepy child territory—and it actually makes her a bit more interesting.
This week, we say farewell to Being Human while Bitten and Lost Girl have their season finales. Plus, the ending of Captain America: The Winter Soldier means big changes for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. And what's ahead for Joffrey and Margaery on Game of Thrones? Get all the details below.
Believe is a show built on quick, uplifting stories. Bo comes in, solves everyone's problems with her various superpowers and then moves on. But the show would actually be much better if it didn't insist ending each episode with a tidy and expected happily ever after.
Two of our favorite shows are back this week to treat us to another season of suspicion and betrayal. Plus, Robot Chicken brings us a new DC special—all about the villains—and Community plays G.I. Joe. Check out the latest clips and details below!
Bo's "help an unhappy person" arc this week was too easy, and too dependent on coincidences. It seems the writers are more interested in focusing on the show's secondary characters—who aren't exactly riveting, but still more intriguing than our superpowered girl.
We've got clips teasing the major showdowns on Teen Wolf, Helix, and The Walking Dead, while Being Human counts down its final episodes. Plus, Jim Henson's Creature Shop debuts its reality show and two Birds of Prey meet on Arrow. Check out all the details below!
Have all the Star Wars auditions we've been hearing about for months just been for new TV shows? Set photos may show the return of a classic series monster to Doctor Who. Roberto Orci describes Sleepy Hollow's season two villains. And are the Lego Movie directors taking over Ghostbusters 3? Spoilers now!
Could another Wolverine movie be coming soon? Michiel Huisman reveals what's next for Daario and Daenerys on Game of Thrones. Get the first look at Ben McKenzie in action as Jim Gordon on Gotham. Find out which Flash characters will be dropping by on Arrow. Plus, how will Marvel introduce new characters to the…
Believe's pilot was a disappointing pile of saccharine wrapped up in a story about a superpowered girl, but its second episode is much meatier. It suggests that there may be no true bad guys in this series—which makes the world of Believe much more complex and much more interesting.
This week's Arrow opens up the DC Universe a little wider with the Suicide Squad—and we're excited to see what happens. Plus, the Community crew is playing another game of Dungeons & Dragons, The CW premieres a new post-apocalyptic TV show, and Adventure Time remembers Billy in its season finale. Check out all the…
After the thrill ride that was Gravity, the pilot episode for Believe, directed and co-created by Alfonso Cuarón, was a disappointment. It's a sentimental piece of television, one that is more interested in building visual sequences than connect us to its characters.