Plus Robot Chicken is back with more weird superheroes! There are midseason finales of all your favorite shows. A killer is finally unmasked on Scream Queens! Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter arrives in a four night miniseries event! But will Felicity Smoake go up in gas on Arrow? It’s this week’s TV!
Doctor Who turns everything upside down. The Flash and Arrow cross over to battle Vandal Savage. Minority Report ends. Plus the live-action debut of Red Tornado! And lo, The Wiz! live on television! All this, and much, much more, on This Week’s TV!
Jessica Jones comes to Netflix, Man in the High Castle streams on Amazon, and Marceline the Vampire Queens gets her own four-part miniseries on Adventure Time! A deadly Grant Morrison character swoops in on Gotham, a Jim Henson project is thawed in time for Thanksgiving, and Clara’s future is revealed on Doctor Who!…
Fitzsimmons fans are about to get their moment on Agents of SHIELD. Justice League could introduce another female superhero. The Flash teases a surprise return. Tomorrow’s episode of Doctor Who includes a weird first. Plus, James Gunn answers a ton of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 questions. Spoilers Now!
What does this week’s TV have in store? TWO Star Wars shows! THREE zombie shows! And FOUR DC Comics superhero shows! Plus the first episode of the mysterious Agent X, and Doctor Who’s wildest cliffhanger gets resolved. All of that, in This Week’s TV!
If you’re one of the last people on Earth, eventually, food is going to become an issue. And on the latest episode of The Last Man on Earth, titled “Crickets,” it was certainly at the forefront, but with a little dose of trust-building built in.
You think the sitcom Last Man on Earth has a weird spin on post-apocalyptic survival and the problems of the one man left alive? Check out this bizarre skit from In Living Color, in which the last man on Earth has an uncomfortable awakening.
Let’s hope so! We’ll get our first clue as to whether The Flash can avoid the dreaded Sophomore Slump this week. Also, Arrow is lightening up. Lady Gaga comes to American Horror Story! Also: Doctor Who gets spooky, and Peter MacNichol returns to Agents of SHIELD. It’s a thrilling week of television!
It’s officially the start of fall TV season, and seven new shows are launching. But only one of them has bowled us over. Plus Gotham is back, and nuttier than ever. And how will the Doctor save Clara from the Daleks? Plus, David Tennant as the Fugitoid! All this and more, on This Week’s TV!
Miles Teller thinks that Fantastic Four won’t review well (and not because it’s bad). It looks like Bruce Banner is joining Civil War. JJ Abrams rules out midichlorians in The Force Awakens. There’s going to be more super-powered characters on Agents of SHIELD. Plus brief new looks at Vixen, Supergirl and more!
If you’re not watching The Last Man On Earth what are you even doing with your life? The first season just ended and it was stupendous. And now the new season is getting a new showrunner. But cool your jets, the new boss is actually pretty cool, alright?
Independence Day 2 casts its President. Take a look at Captain America and Iron Man’s outfits for Captain America: Civil War, and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Plus, Candice Patton talks Iris discovering Barry’s secrets on The Flash, and teasers for Person of Interest’s season finale. So many spoilers!
Over the course of 13 episodes, we’ve watched The Last Man on Earth’s Phil Miller go from a man crazed by loneliness to a man crazed by other people. But the season’s final episode brings us somewhere close to full circle, giving us a Phil we can root for again — and then twists its concept one last time.
One of the premises of The Last Man on Earth is that Phil is not his best self when you start throwing other people into the mix. But the latest addition to the cul-de-sac hasn’t just disrupted Phil’s life. It has also sent another survivor spiraling out of control.
The miniseries based on JK Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy arrives this week, as does the premiere of Penny Dreadful’s second season. Plus, get ready for the season finales of Powers and The Last Man on Earth, and see what’s ahead for The Flash, Arrow, Game of Thrones, and more.
It’s the end of the world as we know it — but is that necessarily a bad thing? While most apocalyptic stories depict humanity struggling in the aftermath of a huge disaster, some post-apocalyptic worlds seem like they might be a nice place to spend a vacation, free from the stresses of modern life.
For a brief, fleeting moment, everything is perfect in Phil Miller’s life. He has what he thinks he wants, and he’s determined to keep it that way. But if there’s one rule in The Last Man on Earth, it’s that the universe hates Phil and wants him to be as miserable as possible.
Subway (the person) returns to Community for a new marketing scheme, but can it possibly be as hysterical as his last appearance? Plus, what’s wrong with Orphan Black’s male clones? What happens when a zombie eats a gamer’s brains? And what are Tyrion and Varys up to on next week’s Game of Thrones? We’ve got the…
Could Agents of SHIELD be setting up Civil War? Watch a new Avengers: Age of Ultron clip! Rahul Koli teases what's ahead for Ravi on iZombie. Melisandre has plans for Jon Snow on Game of Thrones. Plus, teasers for what's to come on Arrow, Last Man on Earth, and more. Spoilers await!
Surviving after the apocalypse takes a special level of preparedness, or resourcefulness. You have to fight off monsters, or find sources of food. There are crazy fascists, often. So the people who make it are usually total badasses. But not always. Who's the most pathetic post-apocalyptic survivor of all?