Thanks to PBS Digital Studios and its series Blank on Blank, we have this beautiful animation of an interview with The Twilight Zone’s Rod Serling. His ideas about science fiction, children, and imagination all get expressed in a wonderful way.
This June, Bubbles, Blossom, and Bubbles are going to show up in an episode of Teen Titans GO! in order to settle the question of which super team is better.
This past Sunday, the world was introduced to Preacher. It’s a weird world, based on the cult comic series, and if you had some questions after that first episode, AMC has come up with a solution: a commentary with director’s Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
The latest character killed on Game of Thrones (don’t worry, we won’t spoil it yet just in case) certainly caused a roller coaster of reactions. First was the shock, then the tears, followed by anger, acceptance, and eventually, memes. Now, the death is a pop culture staple and the creators are sorry.
It’s been the biggest mystery of the season: Who has Zoom trapped in a glass cage, with his face locked behind an iron mask? (Well, probably iron. It could be another metal, I suppose.) Last night’s finale, “The Race of His Life,” finally provided the answer.
We live in a time where it is easier than ever to complain about a plot development you don’t like. Writers, directors, creators—they’re all asked constantly about the deaths of their characters, but they all have their reasons. It’s just some are more acceptable than others.
When last we left the post-apocalyptic town of Wayward Pines, a group of violent teens had taken charge after a devastating invasion of “abbies,” monsters that rule the earth in the distant future. With season two premiering tomorrow, May 25, we talked to new showrunner Mark Friedman about what to expect.
The current season of Game of Thrones has been pretty stunning. Every single episode has been filled with twists and shocking moments, and we’ve still got a bunch to go. For artist Fernando Reza, that means he’s got much more work to do.
Star Trek Voyager went off the air 15 years ago today. To commemorate this very depressing occasion, here are what I truly believe are the five best nonsequiturs (but not from the episode “Non-Sequitur”) from that occasionally brilliant, often unintentionally hilarious show.
Sunday’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead was the mid-season finale, leaving viewers with a few cliffhangers as the show goes away until August. It’s been a mostly monotonous, occasionally interesting, season but this episode finally put gave us some meat on the bone (so to speak)
I know, saying HBO’s Game of Thrones has anything on GRRM is bold, if not outright traitorous to some people. But I think there’s a good chance that when the credits rolled on last night’s episode, “The Door,” ol’ George stroked his beard and said, “Damn, I wish I’d thought of that.”
When the first things you see on a TV show about a preacher in Texas are the words “Outer Space,” you know you’re in for something special. And special is exactly what the first episode of AMC’s Preacher is. The long-awaited live-action adaptation of the 1995 comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon done with…
Damien, A&E’s sequel to The Omen, will not be back for another season. This news comes straight from creator and showrunner Glen Mazzara, who announced it via a series of tweets this afternoon:
Fox has a new show, called A.P.B., about a tech billionaire who buys and privatizes a police precinct because the cops are too busy to solve the death of his oldest friend. We think that sounds way more like the story of a paranoid supervillain than a hero.
There are certain shows with really clear origins. Almost everything on the CW, for example, comes from comic books. And then there are the shows that are weird and creative enough that you have to wonder a) how anyone came up with them, and b) how anyone put them on TV.
We’re pretty excited for Riverdale—the thought of getting something like the current, excellent modernized take on Archie on the CW could be a ton of fun. Hey, even KJ Apa’s Archie looks pretty good! But over the past few days, we’ve been a little less sure, and now a synopsis of the show has us scratching our heads…
As anticipation builds ahead of Preacher’s premiere Sunday night on AMC, one of the guys responsible for getting the Garth Ennis comic adaptation on the air just couldn’t contain his glee. Below, witness Seth Rogen’s ultimate DIY fanboy trailer parody—in which he plays every Preacher character (with some mannequin…
The best thing about the first four episodes of AMC’s new show Preacher is how badly you want more episodes of Preacher when they’re over. We’ve got a spoiler-free review of them, along with our first impressions of AMC’s upcoming series, based on the comic book by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. Long story short? Get…