When it comes to distancing itself from its comic book origin, The Walking Dead has done a fine job, with more than enough detail-fudging to make the larger recognizable arcs enjoyable all over again for readers. Tonight's episode gave us one of the most exciting changes yet.
The Walking Dead is down to its last handful of episodes for the remainder of Season 5. Whatever's about to go down, should begin the down-going process right about now. Tonight's "Remember" episode felt like the start of that, as Rick and his group arrived at Alexandria.
There’s been a lot of good Star Wars content on TV recently, much of it due to the success of Star Wars Rebels on Disney XD. This week, the network announced it has picked up a brand new animated Star Wars franchise program, and this one has an incredibly cool premise and format.
Now that The Walking Dead has found its way to the Alexandria Safe-Zone, there is the illusion of safety for Rick and the rest of the survivors. But conflicts and turmoil always follow this group, and there's no bigger threat to everyone's safety than the maniacal Negan, whom Andrew Lincoln says is coming.
The new Game of Thrones footage just keeps coming. HBO’s fantasy drama recently released a few short clips catching us up on the likes of Jon Snow and Brienne of Tarth and this weekend, the network also released a poster catching up with Tyrion. More details after the jump.
The 70s sci-fi children's series Electra Woman And Dyna Girl is making a comeback. Legendary Digital Media and Fullscreen are reviving the short-lived series with the two leading roles now filled by YouTube creators Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart. Check out the details.
Assuming the writing and humor keep pace with what we’ve seen here – and considering pilots are usually the weakest episodes, that very well could be – then Battle Creek will likely (and hopefully) find a long-lasting home on CBS.
Saturday Night Live sure got people’s attention when they announced that Fifty Shades of Grey star, Dakota Johnson was lined up to host the show. And boy did she deliver. Last night’s show had its ups and downs, like most Saturday nights on NBC, but big comedic risks were taken, and as a result, this hilarious, fake TV ad has become the most talked about skit of the night.
Saturday Night Live has been in a bit of a rut as of late but a lot of that changed on last night's episode, hosted by Fifty Shades of Grey actress Dakota Johnson. The cold open gave fans an amusing mashup featuring an interview with Taran Killam as former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani in the style of Academy Award Best Picture winner Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance).
Created by Will Forte, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Fox's The Last Man On Earth follows Forte's Phil Miller as he comes to terms with being the titular last man on Earth. And, living up to the title, the new comedy is truly singular, both an incredibly funny and kind of tragic series. A must-see tragicomedy.
Serial crime dramas are becoming more and more popular. This season, in fact, we’ve seen Gracepoint and now Secrets & Lies hit the network schedule. The two shows have plenty in common: dead boys, doggedly determined detectives and some good performances.
It was only days ago that Kelly Osbourne threatened to leave her panelist gig on Fashion Police, on which she has appeared since 2010. Now, after reportedly after recent disputes with on of her colleagues, the television presenter/fashion designer has officially departed from her E! Network red-carpet role.
By now we've all heard of the infamous dress that blew up the internet Thursday... whether you see it as white and gold right or black and blue. Now, with Ellen DeGeneres overnighting one of infamous black and blue dresses, presumably to end the debate on her show, we will hopefully get some answers soon.
Comedian and late show host Jimmy Kimmel is constantly finding new ways to crack up audiences on his show Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Last night, in an effort to address the current measles outbreak in the U.S. and around the world, he entertained fans with a little anti-anti-vaccination PSA.
One would be hard-pressed to find anyone who didn’t appreciate the Boston-born thespian’s work and achievements, and so we’ve put together five reasons why everyone loves Leonard Nimoy. Is five too limited a number? Perhaps, but each reason is the culmination of many years’ worth of effort, so we hope he would approve.