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We’ve gone ahead and picked the 10 greatest moments the Arrow Season 4 trailer had to offer for fans, whether they were action-packed, possible foreshadowings or showed people that we’ve been eagerly anticipating.
As The Walking Dead gets ready for Season 6, the creators are not looking to sit back and coast their way through it. The series is continually finding new and interesting ways to make their zombies grotesque and terrifying, and this season, they’ve added a new tool to their arsenal.
But while many assumed that Jeremy Clarkson's post-Top Gear series might end up at Netflix, he and his co-hosts headed over to Amazon for an enormous price. And Netflix isn’t upset about that in the least, and the company has a solid reason for not diving into the bidding war headfirst.
The wait is over! Less than five weeks until its premiere, Arrow has officially released the first trailer for Season 4, and in between catching up with the established characters and introducing new players, there’s plenty of explosive action for fans of the Emerald Archer’s hit show.
While the characters in the Lemony Snicket books may go through a series of unfortunate events, everything is coming up fortunate for fans of the novels. Netflix just took a huge step in bringing the beloved A Series of Unfortunate Events franchise to streaming audiences
When Season 6 of The Walking Dead gets here next month, we know we’ll be introduced to not only a pack of new characters, but the series’ biggest herd of walkers to date. But what happens later? Maybe Negan, if this casting notice can be believed.
Grey’s Anatomy is going to look a lot different when it returns for Season 12. Recently, Shonda Rhimes revealed that Grey’s Anatomy will be just fine without McDreamy and with a bigger focus on Meredith. Here's what she had to say.
Freddie Stroma has been cast in Season 6 of Game of Thrones and he’ll be playing Samwell Tarly’s brother on the HBO drama. And let us just go ahead and tell you that the two look as different as night and day. Seriously, take a look at Sam's brother.
There’s an old saying that elephants never forget, but that’s only true if you’re assuming that the elephant is connected to the Internet, because the Internet truly never forgets. Case in point: a video of Jared Fogle talking about To Catch a Predator.
Guardians of the Galaxy is heading to the small screen soon, thanks to an animated program created for Disney XD. Guardians of the Galaxy will pick up with the team already put together and gelling as an entity, although it won’t be a direct sequel to the movie. Here's what's changing
With the news that Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle and Elodie Yung’s Elektra would join the proceedings, it was only a matter of time before more new faces started to pop up. Now, with the vigilante of Hell’s Kitchen gearing up for his second season, the series has cast actor Stephen Rider – known for his work in Lee Daniel’s The Butler – for a role familiar to comic book fans.
Name a recent show and Kim Raver’s probably been on it. Alright, that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but seriously, the popular actress has taken meaty roles in 24, Revolution, Grey’s Anatomy and Lipstick Jungle.
Big Brother rarely manages to surprise the houseguests with a Double Eviction anymore, but this week seemed to be the exception, as there wasn't much talk of a chance that tonight's live episode might send two Houseguests packing.
No matter your political persuasion it seems everybody views Theodore Roosevelt with great esteem. “Teddy” is one of those guys who did so much it seems like he must have lived several lifetimes. It’s now quite fitting that a man whose life could have been written for television may get his own series.
The last couple of weeks have been filled with casting and character reports for the upcoming Netflix series Luke Cage. Today, the show added another big name to the cast. The Netflix show is adding a House of Cards star to the mix.