For a very short while, it looked like TV was in the midst of a romantic comedy renaissance, with several different series digging firmly into relationship humor. Of course, that was until everything started getting cancelled. Selfie and Manhattan Love Story fans are in luck though.
While movie stars have been making TV shows for many years, it’s been True Detective and American Horror Story that have really opened up the floodgates in showing actors that TV can be a limited engagement just as a film can. And holy shit, are we in for a whopper. Oscar winning actresses Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon are bringing a monster team-up with this new project.
In two weeks, Barry Allen will finally come face-to-face with the man that murdered his mother when he was a boy: the Reverse-Flash, one of Flash’s most notorious enemies from the comics. The Flash has been teasing the man in the lightning since the pilot, so when will we find out who he really is?
If you’re desperate to get a grasp on what may or may not be happening on Season 5 of HBO’s Game of Thrones, you’re not alone. The epic fantasy series has a fanbase as rabid as any out there, and this is precisely the crowd that HBO is looking to sway with their strange new marketing gimmick.
There are only a few episodes left until The Flash head into midseason hiatus. Fortunately, there are plenty of Flash stories that are great for hardcore comic book fans, as well as newcomers to the world of DC. Here are the ones you should read.
It is hard to believe that The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman can have any regrets about his massively successful franchise. However, there is one thing from way back in Season 1 that still seems to gnaw at the prolific creator even all these years later.
Netflix is a company that likes a lot of things. It likes to bring subscribers relatively cheap content. It likes to dabble in original programming. Above all, the company really, really likes to take shots at broadcast TV. This week Netflix CEO Reed Hastings took a shot at broadcast television and his comment wasn't particularly kind.
During a fall when many new comedies have been having plenty of trouble nabbing large viewing audiences, a few have stood out from the pack. This week, the network announced that Cristela has been picked up for a full season.
Animator Stephen Byrne has recently released this production diary of his journey bringing this amazingly perfect animated Firefly short to life (seriously, it’s about 2.5 seconds long). Take a peek and be sure to pull out your tissues.Byrne’s production diary proves that bringing the world this seconds-long clip was truly a labor of love.
There’s a lot of mystery surrounding the upcoming Sherlock special. However, this week Sherlock producer Sue Vertue announced the special is currently filming, giving fans a couple of awesome photos that shed a little light on the 2015 episode of the hit series. Just check out John Watson and Sherlock Holmes in this brand new photo.
In DC Comics, The Flash’s powers can be surmised simply as “super speed,” but the reality is that the Scarlett Speedster’s abilities go far beyond that description. More than just being able to run really, really fast, there are many applications of this power set, and while we’ve already seen a few of them on display in the brand new CW series that has been airing this fall, the truth is that they are right now only scratching the surface.
Guggenheim says that the crossover has had an effect on the whole Arrow creative team, and that he officially takes back the comments he made about his show at the beginning of the fall. Here's how Arrow will change in a key way.
Jimmy Kimmel’s not the late night Jimmy who is most known for putting together games. However, he does have one excellent game, “Celebrity Curse Off,” and last night he convinced former Friends actresses Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow to get in on the action.
Barry’s dealt with many difficulties on The Flash, but tonight’s episode will feature his toughrest yet: losing his powers. While Team Flash races to reverse the effects, Iris and Joe will face down a dangerous Arrow enemy. Check out the electric preview!
Next week’s crossover between Arrow and The Flash will mix the casts of both shows over two night, but one character who will mostly be absent from the excitement is Laurel Lance. Don’t worry, there’s a good reason for leaving her out: character development.