We're less than a month away from the return of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for its second season. Sure, it took a while for the first season to heat up, but it most definitely did heat up by season's end, and the new promo for Season 2 reminds us that S.H.I.E.L.D. is down but not out. The stakes are higher than ever.
With just five episodes to go after tonight, The Strain has gone all out with this week's exciting episode! Unfortunately for one major character, the gas station will always be their final place of resting.
The four-part Olive Kitteridge will cover a span of 25 years, and one of these clips comes from later in Olive’s life, as she meets up with Jack Kennison, a haughty Harvard grad played with grizzled grace by Bill Murray
Each season of American Horror Story has delivered its share of creepy ass teasers, and the anthology series’ upcoming Freak Show iteration is no exception. Behold, the three-legged woman! Witness her shoe purchasing problems!
One role The CW's Arrow has yet to cast is that of the mysterious villain Ra’s al Ghul. Luckily, the network’s search could be over if it wanted, as Liam Neeson is willing to reprise the role he first played in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins.
Where on Earth is Olivia Pope? That is the question the new teaser for Season 4 of Scandal is asking. We all want to know where Olivia Pope is, but there's one man who's actually trying to find out. And he's being told that the number he's calling has been disconnected. Sorry, Fitz! Olivia Pope is no longer available! But how long will that last?
Phil Lord and Chris Miller are again looking back to TV history for their next project, an hour-long comedic drama modernization of the sci-fi drama The Greatest American Hero, for which Fox has officially given a pilot commitment. Believe it or not…well, you get it.
Amazon Studios has reportedly gotten the ball rolling on bringing the live-action comedy The Tick back to audiences, thus combining the recent focus on resurrecting cult series with American’s undying love for all things superhero. And who can deny the snazzy of that?
It's getting to the point in the Big Brother season when things will either become a lot more predictable or a lot less. Unfortunately for this season, predictable seems to be the theme. If ever a Coup d'etat or a Pandora's Box were needed to shake things up in this house, it would be now.
Welcome, all of you who may or may not have time to watch TV as it airs live. We’re going to start taking a weekly look at the three best TV series to hit the three most popular streaming sites, namely Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Instant.
We're closing in on the month countdown to the return of Arrow. The latest preview to circulate for Season 3 offers a hint of romance, plenty of action, a lot of girl power and just a smidge of villain...
Last week on Doctor Who, we were reintroduced to the man we know as The Doctor. While his name and mode of transportation are the same, the man behind the moniker is definitely different. How different we don't know, and to a certain extent neither does he. This week, he'll find out a little bit more about himself in the last place you'd expect him to be
We're at the point in the Big Brother season when the Power of Veto begins to become more important to the game than the Head of Household. He (or she) who wins the Veto can use it or not to have a pretty massive impact on who ends up going home, and just as importantly, who stays.
Boasting almost five million viewers an episode and a pretty rabid fanbase, it was widely assumed Longmire would be auto-stamped for approval by A&E to film another season, but shockingly, the network decided to go in a different direction. Last night, the adaptation of Craig Johnson’s mystery novels was up and cancelled with little more than a short, overly professional statement.
What if disease wasn’t something that was solely spread by germs and personal contact? What if it could be spread through the Internet and viral videos? (Get it? Viral?) That seems to be the basic gist of whatever the hell is going on in the dramatic quasi-thriller Hysteria, one of Amazon Studios’ entries in their third Pilot Season.