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After the better part of a decade with no promising news, all of the details being released about the upcoming Gilmore Girls revival for Netflix would be overwhelming if they weren’t so exciting. It seems like every day has brought word of familiar faces being brought back, and now there's one more.
Before things get too serious within the Walking Dead fan community, let’s spend our last days in the hiatus by bitching about how terrible the children on this show are. Yes, I’m sinking to childish levels to take this on.
The people who managed to catch the CW series Gilmore Girls when it aired from 2000 to 2007 frequently fell in love with the witty, fast-paced dialogue, well-rounded characters and numerous pop culture references. Now, some of the gang is back together for a series of Netflix specials.
Texas Senator turned presidential candidate Ted Cruz recently pulled an ad for his campaign due the less than wholesome filmography of one of its actresses.
The first episode of HBO's music-filled drama Vinyl was a sensory overload that recalls all of the highs and lows of a good concert: loud music, a lot of flashing lights, and an decent rhythm mostly connecting disparate parts together.
Alison Brie has filmed a ton of projects, but only one of those roles put her into vintage undergarments. That gig was Mad Men, the AMC series set primarily in the 1960s. Obviously, Brie was in vintage garments for most of her time on set, but early on she didn’t know all of the finer points of wearing the odd underclothing.
One of the big questions around the back half The Walking Dead is how fan-favorite Morgan will fit into the precarious situation that our group of survivors are in. Considering his vow against killing, as well as his growing feud with Carol, will he be a help or hindrance in the upcoming battle against the Saviors?
Netflix has been beefing up its original programming a lot over the last couple of years. Most of its originals honestly have tended to earn a second or even third or fourth season, but sometimes the subscription streaming service takes its sweet time announcing that a show will indeed be returning.
The sixth season of Game of Thrones starts before long, and true fans are dying to get any info they can on the new season. When we left our mostly morally challenged friends, they were just as scattered and troubled and we’ve come to expect them to be.
For almost the entirety of Season 9 thus far, The Big Bang Theory has kept its focus on Penny and Leonard's newlywed life and Sheldon and Amy's recoupling. But tonight dropped a different kind of bombshell entirely, and here's why it happened.
The streaming age of entertainment has been pretty fantastic for science fiction fans, as series both new and old have made their way to viewers through many online platforms in recent years. And now genre standout Battlestar Galactica is back for your streaming pleasure.
Now in its fourth season, Arrow has introduced an awful lot of plotlines in the past and in the present. Some of the most important plotlines are also ones that have yet to find closure. Check out our list of six crazy Arrow plots that still need to be resolved.
The next major villain to enter the Gotham City limits will be Mr. Freeze, and according to the creative forces behind Gotham: his inclusion is an important, calculated decision.
With Star Wars: The Force Awakens reinvigorating the franchise’s fanbase for big screen adventures for years and years to come, TV viewers have also gotten to exist in a galaxy far away through Star Wars Rebels. And now there's a new show coming.
Friends is one of the most popular sitcoms to air on NBC during the network’s must-see TV heyday. Nowadays, it would be difficult to think about a world without Friends, but in the mid-nineties, the sitcom almost never came together.