Ever since it was confirmed that Outlander’s second season would follow the plot of the second book in Diana Gabaldon’s series, all fans have cared about is who would be playing Brianna. We finally have our answer in Sophie Skelton, a relative newcomer with credits in Doctors and Foyle’s War.
Outlander returns to Starz in April, and “this season changes everything for Claire and Jamie,” according to the trailer above. The duo travels to France to try and change the course of history, and the entire look of the show changes to accommodate the new (way less muddy, way fancier) setting.
Simon Pegg promises that Star Trek Beyond has more “Star Trek stuff” than the trailer lets on. Do Civil War toys tease a big reveal in store for Ant-Man? Plus, new looks at The Jungle Book and Lucifer, Power Rangers gets a new release date, and Drew Goddard teases Daredevil season 2. Spoilers Now!
This year’s genre television gave us high highs and low lows—sometimes on the same show! In no particular order, we’ve rounded up the year’s best moments, along with some of the absolute worst. SPOILERS AHEAD.
Is there more to Batman v Superman than everyone thinks? And will The Force Awakens include a tease for Rogue One? Jennifer Lawrence talks turning blue for X-Men Apocalypse. Plus more from Deadpool, Charles Dance talks Childhood’s End, and a new look at The 100’s third season. Behold, Spoilers!
In a teaser that’s less than a minute long, Outlander shows our heroine ditching the rustic wools of Scotland for the lush silks of France. Also, Claire is super pregnant in one of the scenes.
Don’t take that header as me being dismissive—the current “Adult coloring book” boom is a very real thing, and even Game of Thrones is getting in on it. But holy cow, Diana Gabaldon wrote an Outlander coloring book filled with gorgeous art for you to fill in. What a time to be alive! I hope you remembered what color…
Who is Kylo Ren working for in Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Seminal British historical comedy Blackadder could be making a comeback. The Flash casts yet another speedster from the comics. Plus behind the scenes on Ash vs Evil Dead and Heroes Reborn. To me, my spoilers!
Scott Lang learns how to take a punch in new Ant-Man footage. The Minority Report TV show casts a major lead. The Vampire Diaries is adding a new lesbian couple. Plus, set reports from X-Files filming, the cast and crew talk new characters coming to The Flash, and a new teaser for Hannibal. Behold, Spoilers!
Jessica Chastain discusses some changes from the original book for The Martian. There’s already going to be sequel to The Last Witch Hunter. Dan Aykroyd talks about the need for female Ghostbusters. Plus, Rob Thomas talks up iZombie season 2 as the “Season of Dads”, and new Ant-Man footage. Spoilers Get!
SPECTRE shows off some new footage, and there’s another look at X-Men: Apocalypse. Plus, get a look at Mulder and Scully back in action on The X-Files, teases for season two of The Flash and iZombie, who is and who isn’t returning for Heroes Reborn, and more. Behold, spoilers!
There’s yet another teaser for Spider-Man’s presence in Civil War. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 has a surprising nod to another Michael Bay franchise. Another Thick of It star joins Doctor Who. Plus, an update on the Power Rangers film, more Ant-Man footage, and a new look at The Strain season 2. Behold, Spoilers!
What is the second Star Wars spinoff about? Two female writers join the new Transformers creative team. Get a load of some new Ant-Man footage. Michael Dorn reveals details from his proposed Star Trek spin-off show. Plus, Robert Buckley talks iZombie, and casting news for Outlander. To me, my Spoilers!
Tobias Menzies talks Outlander’s season finale. Peter Capaldi wants Doctor Who’s oldest companion to return. Check out two clips from Terminator Genisys and our best look yet at Batman in Suicide Squad. Plus, Agents Of SHIELD promotes an Inhuman to series regular, and teasers for Penny Dreadful. Spoilers!
As a finale, “To Ransom a Man’s Soul” is lacking in the usual giant action setpieces. But it more than makes up for that in the amount of emotional disasters heaped on everyone.
It’s a light week for television, but there are still some interesting things going on in TV land. David Duchovny heads to the 1960s with the Charles Manson-themed crime drama Aquarius. Aubrey Plaza voices a macabre little girl whose best friend is a godlord. And Halt and Catch Fire returns for a new season.
Jamie’s in prison and Claire’s on the way to rescue him. But it cannot be the penultimate episode if we don’t send our heroes into the darkness at the hands of their great enemy, Black Jack Randall.
M. Night Shyamalan launches us into a new mysterious town with his series Wayward Pines — and it might not be completely awful. HBO’s latest true crime documentary asks: should we arrest a man for talking about planning to commit a crime? Plus, we’ve got the season finales of Arrow, Grimm, The Vampire Diaries, and …
This was not a good episode. “The Search” was aptly named, since the first forty-five minutes were all about finding Jamie, but it just spun its wheels. The only good thing about it was the the fact that I’ve been singing the “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” ever since it aired.