In Syfy’s next brand new show, Hunters, an FBI agent joins a special government division that fights against the worst kind of terrorists of all: aliens. And they may have taken his wife captive. This new trailer, shown today at the Television Critics Association, really hits the “War on Terror” themes hard.
Syfy’s got two shows adapted from book series coming to TV soon: The Expanse and Hunters. And they’ve both got their eyes on the human condition.
Even just a few years ago, it seemed like science fiction was an endangered species on television. But now, there’s a new wave of smart, ambitious science fiction coming to the small screen. And meanwhile, a lot of original SF has flopped at the movies.
Rumors about Scoot McNairy’s Batman v Superman character resurface again. Spider-Man may have a bigger role in Civil War than previously thought. Charlie Hunnam wants less spectacle in Pacific Rim 2. Plus, Ron Perlman still wants Hellboy 3, and Legends of Tomorrow casts a new DC superhero. Spoilers!
Could Chris Pine join the DC movieverse in a role different than what we previously thought? Plus, teasers for Wayward Pines and Penny Dreadful, and Arnold Schwarzenegger cuts his own Terminator Genisys trailer. Spoilers are here!
Syfy's ambitious, creepy 12 Monkeys is getting another shot at preventing the plague-ridden future, with a second season airing in 2016.
Oscar Isaac drops some tantalizing Star Wars hints. The Deadpool writer insists there's been no decision on the film's rating. Two Game of Thrones actors join Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. Syfy is making a show about alien terrorists. Plus Person of Interest, Walking Dead and Agent Carter! Spoilers now!
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.
My, don't they look proud. But after shooting this rare albino moose near Belle Cote in Nova Scotia last week — and posting the pics to social media — the trio has sparked considerable outrage, particularly among the region's Mi'kmaq indigenous community.
Just when you thought we were rid of yet another woman vying for old floppy-head's attention, Chuck brings back Brewster. And Lost's Miles outshines that Sixth Sense kid. Clips and spoilers below.
This week Lost's Ben must atone for being the world's most compulsively watchable villain, while Fringe finally comes back. Also, it's the season finale of T:SCC, and Macaulay Culkin makes his Kings debut. Clips/spoilers ahead...