This week, we have the season finale of Tower Prep and the season premiere of Primeval, and marathons of Doctor Who, Twilight Zone, and assorted other classics. Plus Rufus Sewell meets a mermaid, and Alec "Obi-Wan" Guinness pioneers science-fiction comedy.
The big event on television this week is the return of Doctor Who, airing in the U.S. and U.K. on the same day. There are also two new episodes of the vastly underrated Tower Prep. Plus some fun marathons!
This week's television rules! There's the long-awaited Robot Chicken Star Wars special. Henry Rollins wants to know if you have the "warrior gene." Big Bang Theory does the JLA! Plus live(ish) comedy from Ricky Gervais, Jeff Bridges...and Monty Python.
There's some damn fine television this week, including new Christmas specials from Warehouse 13, Eureka and Robot Chicken. President Obama guest stars on Mythbusters. Jack Bristow fights a rogue icecap. Vin Diesel saves the baby Jesus. Plus Fringe and Smallville.
In this week's television, Fringe hits a turning point, SGU reaches a climax and The Walking Dead's season ends. But the most exciting thing might be Psych's Twin Peaks tribute, featuring original castmembers. Also, Kevin Sorbo learns a terrible lesson.
How can you get through television's Thanksgiving lull? We're here to help. There are half-kaiju, half-teenager rebels, walking dinosaur skeletons, a team of superhero sidekicks, and Jewel Staite romancing Flash Gordon. Plus Chuck, Walking Dead and Sanctuary. It'll be okay.
Futurama's having its holiday spectacular and Venture Bros. has a one-hour season finale — and we've got clips! Plus meet Summer Glau's "little friend" on Chuck. Ben Edlund writes Supernatural, Fringe's Walternate makes his move and Walking Dead heats up!<td…
Things television has in store for you this week: A double dose of Bruce Campbell! More Fringe and The Walking Dead! King Arthur in high school! A Jedi team-up on Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Plus some amazing so-bad-they're-great movies!
Despite elections and baseball, television still rules. Fringe is back! There are robot uprisings galore! Plus guest spots: Eliza Dushku on Big Bang Theory, Timothy Dalton on Chuck, and Daniel Radcliffe and Hugh Laurie in the Simpsons Treehouse of Horror.
Television's serving up hot zombie nightmares for Halloween. The Walking Dead debuts, but so does British reality TV/zombie epic Dead Set. Watch a clip of Felicia Day as a werewolf-hunter in Red. Plus sex robots, and Glee's Rocky Horror episode!
This week, Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series) unveils a live-action show about super-teens on lockdown. Batman faces Emperor Joker, and we've got two clips. Seven of Nine moves into a haunted house. Plus Adam Baldwin wears a stormtrooper helmet!
Check out the Cartoon Network's first ever live-action show, about a prison school. Plus DC comics' brand new animation Young Justice, a show that should've been called Bender's Wonder Years, and the number one show you should avoid while high.
Is science fiction doomed on television? Hell no! Here are 18 TV series in the pipeline that could recharge your love of the fantastical, including alien invasions, dinosaurs, superheroes, time travel, super-spies, government conspiracies, zombies and changelings. Minor spoilers ahead.