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This Week's TV: You'll never guess which science fiction show is having a musical episode!

Here are some things that might make this week's television worth watching, in spite of the Thanksgiving lull: 1) Donald Glover playing an animated rapper named Alpha Dog. 2) A brutal look at how astronauts might survive crash-landing on Mars. 3) Two new Adventure Time episodes! 4) Lady Gaga takes over Thanksgiving!…

This Week's TV: Green Lantern lights up our TV screens, and Ridley Scott talks science fiction!

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…

This Week's TV: Tricia Helfer stars in possibly the worst thing ever made. Plus the Ultimate Clone Wars Battle!

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

This Week's TV: It's Zombie Week! Including Candy Zombies, Alien Zombies, and Max Brooks Explaining Zombie Lore!

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!

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Steven Moffat teases old monsters and a new companion on Doctor Who. Plus tons more from the sets of The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers!

Alfonso Cuarón is doing his best Stanley Kubrick impression in his stranded astronaut epic Gravity. David Tennant discusses his sleazy, vampire-fighting magician in Fright Night. Plus why Conan the Barbarian had to be R-rated — and Jean-Claude Van Damme fights aliens!