We’ve loved both seasons of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil, but even the most diehard fans of the show might be sick of hearing people espouse about “this city!” every other sentence. To remind you just how prevalent this little phrase is, here’s the Daredevil supercut we’ve been waiting to see for ages.
Not a total surprise after the love the character got in Daredevil, but now it’s official: there will be a Punisher TV show on Netflix.
Richard Adams’ beloved novel—and the infamously traumatizing 1978 animated adaptation—about a group of rabbits in search of a new home is getting an all-star re-imagining from Netflix and the BBC. In? Better roles for female characters. Out? Apparently, some of the novel’s shocking moments of brutality.
Good news, Steven Universe fans! In a surprise move, the show is coming back in two weeks, ahead of its previously announced June return. Slightly less good news? This fantastic new trailer has us freaking the hell out for Steven and the Crystal Gems.
The next season of Game of Thrones will be unique—a show that’s been so heavily dependent on its book source material will suddenly be venturing out into unknown territory, with no more books to adapt. What’s going to happen next? Here’s everything we’ve been able to find out.
We’re living in a golden age of television, both at large and within the scope of genre TV. And apparently the Peabody Awards agree. This year the prestigious committee has given three of its Entertainment awards to three of our favorite shows of the last year: Mr. Robot, The Leftovers and Jessica Jones.
Excellent news if you’re excited for Game of Thrones’ return but don’t have HBO: The channel will be free to view this weekend, giving you access to Sunday night’s broadcast of the season six premiere. As well as Game of Thrones, the weekend includes the pay-TV premiere of Jurassic World, and a new episode of Last…
CBS has announced plans to revive the iconic anthology series The Twilight Zone, but it won’t be an ordinary TV show. Instead it’s a melding of TV and video games, helmed by gaming industry legend Ken Levine (the driving force behind Bioshock).
The wheels on Netflix and Marvel’s crossover event The Defenders have begun to turn: Marvel has announced that the creative team behind Daredevil will steer The Defenders when it enters production later this year.
Game of Thrones season six starts soon, and it’s becoming obvious that we’re heading towards the show’s endgame. But even then, it’s a bit surprising to hear just how close the end could be—and how it might come about. It turns out, there’s less Game of Thrones left than anyone realized.
So, as as we’ve already established, “Oh god everything is woefully depressing” is the equivalent of a normal Tuesday on Game of Thrones. But man, these three new clips from season six are united in giving us an update on just how bleak events are for Daenerys, Cersei, and Sansa.
So, AMC released a sneak peek from Preacher. It’s a fight scene that is both a deeply impressive and slightly hilarious.
Over the years, Adult Swim has been a lot of things to a lot of people, but it all started as an unbudgeted hail mary project centered around repurposing 30-year-old animation cells.
Well, I’ll be damned. Are you ready for more Marvel superheroes to come to television? Variety is reporting that Freeform—the channel formerly known as ABC Family—has commissioned a brand new Marvel TV series based on the tenn team-up comic Cloak and Dagger.
Since Class was announced last year, we’ve heard barely anything about the young adult series set in the universe of Doctor Who; today, the BBC revealed the main cast of the school-based series, as well as a few hints that make it sound a bit weirder and Doctor Who-ish that previously thought.
Yes yes yes yes yes. Marvel has announced that The Force Awakens and Game of Thrones actress Jessica Henwick has landed the role of the Netflix Iron Fist show’s female lead, and it’s great news for fans of the comics: she’ll be playing international ass-kicker Colleen Wing.
It’s been less than a month since Mythbusters aired its final episode after it was canceled late last year. Actually, I guess we should call it the “formerly final” episode, as the Science Channel has just confirmed that the show is living on... but with new hosts, found through a reality TV competition.
On the show, of course. I don’t think the former Wonder Woman icon is running for office any time soon, as awesome as that would be. But my god, can this be a thing right now, please?
We’ve known for a while that the planned Voltron reboot had evolved from a Dreamworks movie into a Dreamworks TV series for Netflix—but now the streaming video company has lifted the lid on how Voltron: Legendary Defenders is taking shape. And good news, lion-robot fans: It sounds and looks a hell of a lot like Voltron