The Arrow took a night off after becoming “Public Enemy” number one but he’s back this week for the first of five uninterrupted episodes. Luckily, The CW’s superhero series is already throwing surprises at the audience fit for a season finale. More on that and the episode’s connections to the DCU inside...
Here we have Metatron sprung from Heaven’s jail and teamed up with Castiel on a quest to retrieve his grace. Sam and Dean come to Charlie’s aid once she tells them she found the Book and Dead, and by episode’s end we have the entire group gathered in the bunker for pizza and beer.
Our new home away from home will be an extended stay at American Horror Story: Hotel, which has been casting various roles over the past couple of months. And we’re going to keep an updated list of everyone checking in to the Hotel.
Major spoilers ahead if you haven't watched tonight's episode of Arrow, titled "Broken Arrow"!
Chris Hansen has apparently been receiving tons of messages from fans since To Catch a Predator went off the air in 2008. A lot of people really want to see him back in action baiting and capturing sexual deviants, and they may soon get their chance.
The most technically impressive fight on Daredevil came in just the second episode, as the black-hooded superhero faced down a line of villains for one continuous tracking shot in an apartment building’s hallway. As you may have guessed, it wasn't easy.
NBC has The Wizard of Oz on the brain. The network channel has already signed on for a live production of The Wiz and now it seems that the formerly defunct Emerald City project is going to be going straight-to-series again.
There are roughly three things that Terry Crews can’t do: fly, play Luke Cage, and bore us. Case in point: this excellent lip sync performance to many classic TV theme songs, as part of the TV Land Awards this weekend.
We’ve already put together a list of 10 shows that should have gotten more than one season, but several of our fans asked for more, so here’s our picks for 10 more TV shows that should have gotten more than one season.
Announcing a pregnancy is one of the most tense and dramatic reveals that anyone could ever imagine. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be filled with comedy and imagination as well, as evidenced by this parody of the theme song for The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
When NBC ended the run of its sci-fi action drama, Revolution a year ago, it was a heartbreaking, though expected expiration. While efforts to get the series revived and relocated will likely never occur, it appears that the property, itself will live on in a new form.
We all know that Jimmy Kimmel loves pranks, and a lot of people assumed that epic Dennis Quaid freak-out video was of his creation. But no, it was actually the work of a little website called Funny or Die. Check out their hilarious reveal.
Five years in the making, Planet Earth was both vivid and memorable (and expensive), and now, nearly a decade later, Netflix has signed on with the Planet Earth team to create another docuseries of its ilk.
Today the subscription streaming service has stated that its hit prison-oriented drama, Orange is the New Black, will officially be returning for Season 4. That shows a lot of confidence in the dramedy, as Jenji Kohan’s series hasn’t even premiered its third season, yet.
It would be a monumental task to list everyone who has been killed on Justified in its six seasons, as “natural causes” presumably isn’t listed on anyone’s death certificate, so we decided to round up the 20 biggest deaths that the show had to offer.