There are still months to wait for the return of The Walking Dead, but with Comic-Con coming up, AMC seems eager to build some momentum in its effort to promote the upcoming Season 5, which is due to arrive this Fall. That includes airing a preview special tomorrow night (Tuesday, July 8), which will offer an inside look at the making of the zombie drama.
Spoilers if you're not caught up on The Walking Dead through Season 4! AMC has released a new clip from Season 5 of The Walking Dead. Check it out ahead...
More drama awaits Bon Temps. Vampires are sick. Humans are in danger. And as is often the case, Sookie is caught somewhere in the middle. The preview for this Sunday night's "Fire in the Hole" hints that something may be wrong with Lafayette. And there's a new sheriff in town! Or mayor, technically.
Meet Detective Pretty! Ok, something tells me that Detective Eddie Thawne might be going but another alias at some point, but we'll get to that. The latest preview for The Flash introduces us to the very handsome detective working in the vicinity of Candice Patton's Iris West, the eventual, potential love interest to Grant Gustin's Barry Allen.
If you weren't already excited for the return of Under the Dome, the above video should do a nice job of whetting your appetite, especially if you're a Stephen King fan. The author of the book on which this CBS drama is based penned the first episode of the second season, and executive producer Neal Baer admits to hoping that this will be a sign to fans that Stephen King "sanctions the show.
Following up on a first look image at Joan Allen's character in the fourth and final season of The Killing, Netflix has released the key art for the upcoming drama. It gives us a look at the familiar sight of Mireille Enos' ponytail as she looks out at a stormy skyline. Murder and bad weather await, and "the past can't be washed away."
If you thought the premiere of HBO's The Leftovers was dark and/or weird, take a look at the preview above, which shows what's coming up in the weeks ahead. Things are apparently about to get darker and weirder. And there will be lots of different kinds of fire. Building fire. Cremation fire. Feet fire. Finger-burning fire. All kinds of fire. Also Penguins.
There's a storm coming to New York and it's full of sharks! Syfy gave us a look at their upcoming Sharknado followup Sharknado 2: The Second One, which teaches a harsh lesson to some city commuters about the dangers of subway-riding during a Sharknado. We also get to see some tension between Sharknado returner Ian Ziering and Mark McGrath's character, who's apparently trying to date Fin's sister. Drama!
In a new video preview for the fall series, the Gotham cast discuss their roles, including how certain heroes and villains need each other in these early stages of their development. We also get some information on Detective James Gordon's involvement in the Wayne Murder case.
In anticipation of the series' fourth season premiere later this summer, Netflix has released a first look photo of Joan Allen in The Killing. Allen was cast as a guest star in the series, which was cancelled by AMC but rescued by Netflix for a fourth and final season.
Following last night's "Part 1" of the two-part Season 16 of Big Brother, CBS has released a preview to promote tonight's episode, which will hopefully answer the questions the first part didn't, and will certainly introduce us to the other half of the house. But is it also offering up a major clue about the second Head of Household? Very possibly. Potential spoilers ahead!
Big Brother Season 16 will premiere in a matter of hours, and CBS has given us a preview of the first Head of Household competition. What's especially notable about this competition, which seems to recycle the log-rolling competition that we've seen in past seasons, only features eight players competing.
Big Brother returns tonight! If you're a fan, you already know that, but let's take a moment and celebrate that as we obsess over everything we don't know (and a few things we do) about this season. Like the twist! The cast full of (relative) unknowns! Urban treehouse!
Under the Dome returns for Season 2 in less than a week. CBS has released a couple of previews for the series to give us an idea of what's head. More dome mayhem awaits the residents of Chester's Mill. From the preview above, which has some of the cast -- Dean Norris, Rachelle Lefevre, Mike Vogel, Alexander Koch -- talking about Season 2, it sounds like the second season will pick up pretty much exactly where the first season left off.
Spoilers if you haven't watched the Season 7 premiere of True Blood! The final season of True Blood has begun and it already has a body count! Heed the spoiler warning, as we're about to talk specifics about tonight's Season 7 premiere of True Blood and what the preview for "In the Weeks Ahead" has revealed!