If you’re an American, that headline is probably bound to elicit a confused face rather than the excitement it deserves. Allow me to explain!
Look, we rarely need an excuse to post about the honest-to-gods delight that is Gillian Anderson. But American Gods just gave us a damn good reason to do so anyway.
Ragman is coming to Arrow. Yes, Ragman! The CW/DC universe’s propensity for getting delightfully all-in on as much DC Comics history they can get their hands on is well known, but even then, this is a surprise.
With the fourth season already over, Orphan Black decided to have a bit of fun at its Comic-Con panel. In addition to forcing the actors to ad-lib scenes as their characters, BBC America released a blooper reel which has got to be a constant problem for Tatiana Maslany,.
We’ve had oodles of perfect casting announcements, we’ve had some delectable teaser images, and now, it’s finally here: our first look at Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, brought to life.
Well, this is a surprise. Ghost Rider is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but not for a movie—and perhaps not the incarnation of the Ghost Rider you were expecting.
Rick Remender, Wes Craig, and Lee Loughridge’s Deadly Class has been one of the most interesting books coming out of Image Comics in the past few years—and it looks like Sony’s been paying attention. The company is now bringing it to TV, and have tasked Infinity War helmers Anthony and Joe Russo to produce it.
The complete X-Files Collector’s Set is backed with 57 (!!!) discs comprising all 10 seasons (including the new special event series from earlier this year), plus over 25 hours of extra features. If you’re a die-hard fan, Amazon’s selling the set for $123 in today’s Gold Box, the first time they’ve discounted it from…
Recent rumblings surrounding the arrival of a few DC comics characters making their way to Supergirl season two teased that the show could be introducing its own take on Maggie Sawyer, a police officer who was the one-time fiancé of Batwoman. But good news! Those rumors were true, and Maggs is heading to National City.
We’re about to get another Marvel TV show—but this one is coming to Fox, as part of plans to expand the mutant universe beyond the X-Men films. But with its arrival, one previously announced X-show between has already been canceled.
How do you make a show in which the audience already knows everything that’s going to happen in it? That’s the challenge Outlander seems to have set for itself, and it’s one it’s met with shocking skill.
The viral Japanese webcomic and manga One Punch Man was finally turned into an excellent, frequently ludicrous anime by Madhouse last year, and it was a brilliant take on over the top superhero action. But good news! It’s finally coming to the West on Adult Swim’s Toonami—and it’s coming very soon.
Winter is coming, but the Brexit is already here—the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union. Economists are worried. Scientists are worried. Adam from Manchester is worried, and also a complete buffoon. But so are Game of Thrones fans, as the show films across the EU. Good news, though: the show will be fine.
While Star Wars Underworld will likely never make its way to production at this point, hearing details about what might have been in this exploration of the seedy underbelly of Coruscant is still a fascinating prospect. Case in point? The revelation of Emperor Palpatine not just being in the show, but him apparently…
Dead people that shamble on mindlessly. Getting the blood sucked out of you. Creatures that live just beyond human perception. The best horror concepts tap into something primal. As a man in constant need of a nap, the premise of Day 5 terrifies me: If you fall asleep, you die.
The situation revolving around The Walking Dead’s latest cliffhanger—a recreation of an infamous murder scene from the comics that AMC has managed to stretch out so far for two months and counting—is pretty ridiculous. Turns out, however, that its absurdity cannot match the lengths AMC is going to keep the outcome…
Sad news, Clone Club. Ahead of Orphan Black’s season four finale tonight, BBC America has confirmed the show will be back for another season—but it will also be its last.
We’ve been hearing about American Gods’ excellent casting choices for a while now, but now we can see a few of them in action—new images have been released giving us our first look at Mr. Wednesday, Shadow Moon, and a memorable location from the book to boot.
HBO might not want to release an absurdly vague synopsis for the next episode of Game of Thrones, but they would like you to know that the big bastard-y brawl between Jon Snow and Ramsay Bolton duethis weekend happened because of a ton of people’s gruelling work.