There's been a spate of news concerning what genre shows Fox will and won't air this fall. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox is going with J.J. Abrams' time-travel-and-prison-drama series Alcatraz, passing on Locke and Key, and canning Christopher Chance.
In this week's What To Watch, we welcome back stalwarts like The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural - and wish Caprica adieu as it puts its cold, metallic feet up for a few months. Also, new Lost, Chuck, and more!
After Chuck hits an all-time ratings low, daylight savings has started hurting television behemoths like American Idol... So why is Human Target apparently immune, and what can other shows learn from it?
What's hopping this week in TV Land? The returns of FlashForward and Breaking Bad, and the premiere of the dementedly fun zom-com Ugly Americans. All this, and new Lost, Caprica, Chuck, and oodles more on this week's What To Watch!
2010 sees the 75th anniversary of DC Comics, which launched in February 1935 with the first issue of New Fun. Since then, it's gone on to publish some of the greatest comics ever. Here're seventy-five you really should've read already.
Burnt out by biathlon? Curling leaving you churlish? Never fear, io9 is here to navigate you through TV's Olympian doldrums. This week's line-up: new Lost and Caprica and everyone's favorite dystopian sport: Running Man!
Impressive opening ceremony aside, the Olympics really seems to be trying to harsh our televisual mellow this week, with many shows either off schedule completely or on reruns to make way, but don't worry: We're here to navigate the remains.
The Hollywood Reporter has released this year's list of network shows in serious danger of not making it to a new season, and it's filled with a lot of familiar names. Almost everything we watch, in fact.
Will there be comics this week? Maybe: Diamond's HQ has been without power thanks to the East-Coast snowpocalypse, meaning some shipments may be delayed. But if comics arrive, they'll include assassin monkeys and the men who try to stop them.
Television may be clearing decks in preparation for the Olympics (which start Friday), but that doesn't mean we're missing out entirely, with new Lost, the US debut of Survivors and maybe the final ever episode of Heroes.
The Late Night Wars may be over, but television finds itself unable to stop. This week alone, there're new episodes of Chuck, Supernatural and Caprica, not to mention the final ever episode of Dollhouse. Hankies and actives at the ready!
Last week, DC Comics released a collection of Peter Milligan's Human Target comics to promote the new Fox television series it's the basis for. This may have been a very bad decision... for the show. Spoilers and ranting ahead.
In this week's comics, Joss Whedon comes back to Buffy, there's a new spin on Aliens Vs. Predator, and Sulu gets back in the captain's chair. But most of all, there's a new chance to check out a comics classic.
Fox is obviously feeling confident about their adaptation of DC's Human Target; the network isn't just giving the series a high-profile premiere slot, but it's also aiming to make sure American Idol fans stick around to watch it afterwards.
Major Thor subplots revealed! Plus more Doctor Who set pics, including a clip from filming. Discover one Lost character's secret importance, and a few more details on Avatar. Plus: New Moon, The Lovely Bones, Fringe, Smallville, and Supernatural.
Has new comic book adaptation Human Target already been dumbed down beyond recognition by Fox? The first review of the much-buzzed-about pilot for the series suggests so - and points the finger at Dollhouse as the reason why.