Some alleged Force Awakens merchandise teases a slight cosmetic update for C-3PO. Dwayne Johnson discusses the reaction to the Big Trouble In Little China reboot. Plus Vincent D’Onofrio talks Jurassic World, Noah Wyle hashes out Falling Skies, and there’s a clip from iZombie’s season finale. To Me, My Spoilers!
This week's television includes a brand new comic-book adaptation, starring Michelle Forbes and Victor Garber! Plus the supernatural spin-off to Pretty Little Liars, and Jonathan Rhys-Myers playing a sexypants Dracula. And some magical time-travel. But also, check out the most badass Person of Interest clip ever.
This week, American Horror Story makes a bid to out-crazy its first two seasons. Really. The Walking Dead features its biggest zombie set piece yet. But there are also a ton of other premieres this week, including super-mutants, Wonderland, and superhero craziness. Check out clips and details for all this week's TV!
There are tons of premieres on TV this week, including witches, werewolves, vampires, scarecrows and zombies. But the most exciting news might be two hours of Fringe's John Noble as the planet-eater Unicron. And a cartoon horror spoof crafted by the one and only Guillermo del Toro!
Sometimes it's clear who in a story will be the Chosen One—the character who gets to wield some awesome power or save the world from certain destruction. But sometimes destiny cheats or gets sidetracked along the way.
This year marks a year of epic undertakings for the major TV networks, after a couple years of playing it safe. Syfy cranks out their long awaited MMO-meets-TV series Defiance, and ABC launches its crazy conspiracy drama Zero Hour. Also in store for 2013: a whole lot of new superhero shows, and Doctor Who's 50th…
It's finally here: Game of Thrones season two. You watch, or you die. (Or rather, you're dead to us.) But also, a brand new Spider-Man cartoon launches, featuring Clark Gregg as Agent Coulson and J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson! Not only that, but Leonard Nimoy is returning to the role of Spock in the weirdest way…
This week on TV, Walter Bishop is back, and he's cooking up some surprises. Also back? Supernatural's Castiel. And Thundercats. And Mythbusters. On Once Upon a Time, the Who's Roger Daltrey plays a talking caterpillar in Wonderland.
On this week's TV, Wolverine shows up to deal with some flying shrimp. Also, The Walking Dead features some sage relationship advice. But more importantly, the British Being Human returns to American TV — and it's twice as crazy as ever! Also, Shannen Doherty is playing a witch once again, and chewing enough scenery…
This week on television, Nathan Fillion's Castle joins the CIA, to save America from an international conspiracy. And Ridley Scott explains just how Isaac Asimov changed the world, in Prophets of Science Fiction. Plus Ben Edlund writes a new Supernatural, and there's an especially heartbreaking Adventure Time.
An acting heavyweight joins Ender's Game. Joss Whedon debunks the hot new Avengers rumor. Roberto Orci discuss the script for the Star Trek sequel. Fringe prepares for its first ever Astrid-centric episode. Plus there's a new photo of Karl Urban in Dredd!
Could this be the most horrific concept art ever created for a kiddie show? Artist Eric Canete developed these nightmarish visions for a new revival of the Cartoon Network series Ben 10, but he tweeted that they'll probably never be used "because it'll scare your childrens." No freaking kidding.
Last week's episode of Ben 10: Ultimate Alien is continued, Generator Rex stars on a Spanish soap opera, and more this week on Saturday Morning Cartoons. Young Justice, Clone Wars, and Thundercats were repeats this week, but we've got a nice little extra to fill in your Clone Wars fix. Minor spoilers ahead.
This week sees the launch of two exciting new television shows. Green Lantern gets an animated adventure show from the guy who helped put DC animation on the map. Meanwhile, Sir Ridley Scott explores the history of science fiction. Plus Primeval returns to American TV! And Terra Nova does something unutterably cool…
Cartoon Network was in full force Friday night, showing six episodes, including new episodes of Young Justice, Thundercats, Generator Rex, and what might be the best episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold ever! Enough with the palaver - on with the synopses and clips!
It's November sweeps, which means the shocking twists are coming fast and furious on your favorite TV shows — including a terrible decision on The Walking Dead, and some uncanny twists on Fringe. But meanwhile, Battlestar Galactica's Tricia Helfer is guest-starring in the worst piece of television you'll ever see. Ever
You were at a Halloween party last night. That's cool, we've got you covered. In this week's installment of Saturday Morning Cartoons, we'll take a look at new episodes of Thundercats, Clone Wars, X-Men Anime, and more!
It's not just Walking Dead rocking the zombie scares this week. Instead, there's a zombie outbreak on Adventure Time, plus the truth about aliens and the undead. Max Brooks and friends explain the history of zombies, and Ving Rhames fights a zombie apocalypse. Basically, it's wall-to-wall zombies!
For some reason, good ‘ol cartoons like we grew up with in the 80s and 90s (and earlier) don't come on during Saturday mornings anymore. Maybe it's because anyone who is awake and would watch is sleeping. But it doesn't matter, we've got you covered. In this week's installment of Saturday Morning Cartoons, we'll take…
This week on television, Robot Chicken returns. And two Lost writers take us to a fairytale land with Once Upon a Time. There's one new Marvel superhero show, plus the return of another. Two Buffy stars reunite on Supernatural. And there's gorgeous new evidence of possible life on other planets!