Doctor Carl Sagan and the Viking lander in the desert. What more could you possibly want?!
We've seen how New York City might appear were it suddenly transported to another planet, but what would, say, Manhattan look like if it were transplanted somewhere else right here on Earth – Death Valley, for instance, or the Grand Canyon? Well... it would look something like this.
Okay, stop what you're doing and hit the play button on this unspeakably beautiful new time-lapse video filmed last month in Death Valley.
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!…
As the fall TV season starts to lurch to a halt, many of your favorite series are ramping up to a thunderous conclusion. The big mysteries on Fringe are thickening, and a new Walking Dead clip will just increase your apprehension about what's to come. Meanwhile, just how far will General Krell's troops go on Star…
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…
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
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!
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!
The Walking Dead returns to your screens with twice as many episodes as last year — and it sounds as though the road is going to be a very dangerous place this time around. Meanwhile, Malcolm McDowell and Faran Tahir both have some pretty bizarre cameos. The Matrix may provide the key to a major mystery on Fringe.
This week on television, the creators of Glee and Nip/Tuck pay homage to The Shining and Rosemary's Baby with American Horror Story. Syfy has the season finale of Warehouse 13 and the season premiere of Sanctuary.Here are three clips from the episode:
Doctor Who ends its sixth season with a bang this weekend — but can the Doctor possibly survive? Meanwhile, Steven Spielberg's Terra Nova plunges the Shannon family into a prehistoric jungle of death.
The fall season is in full swing this week, with tons of TV shows returning — including the season premieres of Fringe, The Big Bang Theory, Community, Supernatural and several other shows. But there are also a number of series premieres, including Person of Interest, the creepy new show from Jonathan Nolan and J.J.…
Your favorite fish-faced Star Wars creature is living large, in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Captain Ackbar plays a key role in the new battle-heavy season opener. And we've got a thrilling new clip from the episode!Here's a second clip:
Lance Henriksen says he won't be back as his Aliens character Bishop for Prometheus...but he has another science fiction revival in mind. Chuck will feature a Community cameo. Plus more Man of Steel set photos, and new art and a new featurette for The Avengers!
Last night MTV premiered its supernatual cop show Death Valley in which a camera crew follows an Undead Task Force as they try and clean up the streets from zombies vampires and werewolves. This is the funniest moment.
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!