Aquaman’s James Wan is the latest director to promise a lighter tone for their DC Comics movie. Robert Kirkman hints that Negan will subvert fan expectations on The Walking Dead. Plus, a ton of clips from Supergirl’s Flash crossover, and the first teasers for the new Star Trek TV show. To me, my Spoilers!
This week’s television brings us our first look at the Guardians of the Galaxy TV show! Plus season finales of Mr. Robot, The Whispers, The Last Ship and Scream! Also: the quest for leopard DNA on Zoo, and that dome’s coming down any day now on Under the Dome—all on This Week’s TV!
You’ll have to wait a bit longer for more Force Awakens footage. Do we now know what disaster kicks off Marvel’s Civil War? Everyone you could possibly want is allegedly back on Twin Peaks. Plus, teasers for Universal’s new Monster universe, new 12 Monkeys casting, and even more Last Ship. To Me, My Spoilers!
This week’s Guardians of the Galaxy animated short gives us more time with Rocket Raccoon while killer bears attack Paris and Zoo. Face Off celebrates its 100th episode with creepy couples’ makeovers, and everyone guest stars on Rick and Morty — and we do mean everyone.
An absolutely insane rumor claims Beyoncé wants in on The Avengers. Has the purported Legend of Zelda show found a new home? Plus, Rob Liefield talks Deadpool, denials over the alleged Hawkgirl TV series, and some new art from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. To me, my Spoilers!
Summer TV is in full swing, and we’ve got a couple of new shows premiering this week. There’s the vigilante hacker thriller Mr. Robot and Humans, a series that explores the line between humans and their synthetic servants. Plus, Under the Dome and Falling Skies are both back for new seasons. Details ahead.
It’s a big week for summer TV with the premieres of Syfy’s new space bounty hunter show Killjoys and The Astronauts’ Wives Club, which brings us back to the early days of the space race. Plus, True Detective returns with a new existential mystery and Orphan Black’s latest season comes to a close.
You think Game of Thrones is taking liberties with George R.R. Martin’s books? That’s nothing. All too often, when people adapt books for television, they basically treat the source material as a series of suggestions. Here are the 10 science fiction and fantasy shows that veered farthest from their book origins.
The Last Ship was one of the best surprises last summer — the plague apocalypse tale was basically a fun-as-hell summer movie with heroic scientists, whom we actually see doing science. Plus some neat post-apocalyptic political battles. So here’s a first look at season two, in which there’s a whole new storyline about…
Is a British actor our new Supergirl? Photos show Pirates of the Caribbean 5 beginning to build sets in Australia. The Last Ship adds to its medical crew. And get a look at Hayley Atwell and Enver Gjokaj in action in Agent Carter. Plus, look ahead to the returning Arrow, Flash, and Once Upon a Time. Spoilers now!
The Star Wars Expanded Universe may not be as dead as some people believed. The Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts gets a veteran Potter director. A major Marvel villain comes to Agents of SHIELD, and Syfy's The Expanse gets two more stars. Plus a startling Doctor Who hint. Spoilers right now!
Ant-Man gets tons of new cast members, including plenty of familiar names. The reasons behind a major Batman villain's role as Arrow's new big bad are explained. Plus, the new Vampire Lestat movie might be circling a director and the titles of this season's Doctor Who episodes have been revealed. Spoilers now!
This week is all about endings and beginnings. Peter Capaldi begins his tenure as the curmudgeonly new Doctor on Doctor Who while True Blood meets its true death. And amidst the season finales of Korra and The Last Ship, we get two oddball premieres: Bojack Horseman and the profoundly strange Intruders.
This week, Discovery hosts its celebration of all things shark, but which specials are worth watching? We've got you covered. Plus, we're nearing the end of True Blood; mini golf gets serious on Gravity Falls, and we get to see the mystery-solving past of Finn and Jake's parents on Adventure Time.
Steven Moffat goes into more detail about how Doctor Who will address Peter Capaldi's previous appearances. The Under the Dome cast talks about the "penetrable" Dome. And previews of True Bloodand this Fall's CW shows. Plus, which actor is all set to return for Guardians of the Galaxy 2? Spoilers now!
Battlestar Galactica producer Ronald D. Moore returns to television this week with his adaptation of the hit Outlander novels—and you won't want to miss it. Plus, True Blood goes on a drug-fueled search for a dead character, Teen Wolf deals with a mysterious outbreak, and someone is targeting the Candy Kingdom elite…
And that's pretty much the show in a nutshell: When it comes to the crew fighting against circumstance and the disease, it's a fun romp with inventive problem solving. When it comes to the human villains, it's a cliché-ridden mess. Welcome back, Admiral Ruskov! You're the worst.
While the world prepares for the onslaught of a second Sharknado movie, Conan O'Brien is about to die at the tentacles of a new Sharktopus. Plus, Gravity Falls is back for more paranormal hijinks and The Strain gets its hands bloody with a vampire autopsy. See all the details below!
While childhood secrets are revealed on this week's Masters of Sex, another behind-the-scenes science drama debuts on Sunday: Manhattan, which takes us inside the secret city that helped create the atomic bomb. Plus, Phineas & Ferb takes on Star Wars—and it's bound to be goofy. See all the details below!
But at least Arrow and The Flash will cross over, a lot. Michael B. Jordan explains how the Fantastic Four are superheroes with "disabilities." Supernatural's 200th episode will be "musical-ish." Plus, new looks at Agents of SHIELD, Doctor Who, and more! Spoilers now!