We already know we won’t be seeing Game of Thrones characters like Bran and Hodor until Season 6, and that Jonathan Pryce and others have signed on to the show in recent months. And now we have one more character surprise in store.
ABC has released a new poster for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. The Marvel drama returns to TV for its second season in a matter of days. (Spoilers if you're not caught up on Season 1!) Let's take a look at this poster...
A recent batch of clips has popped up, and the video seen above features one of the most important moments in comic history, as Gotham City detective James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) meets a young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) for the first time, cementing a lifelong semi-partnership in the name of justice.
Peter Capaldi’s run as Doctor Who twelfth Time Lord is hitting an early stride as his dark stoicism is giving way to some interesting character development. Here’s hoping he’s turned into a man of all smiles by the time Christmas the holidays roll around.
In the past five years, FX’s has delivered some of the most interesting villains on TV, utilizing the acting talents of actors like Walton Goggins, Margo Martindale and Michael Rapaport. For its sixth and final season, the southern-fried drama will bring out the legendary Sam Elliott’s dark side for a recurring role,
"Hunt or be hunted" is the message that's being promoted with the highly anticipated fifth season of The Walking Dead. Those words come across loud and clear in the latest trailer for Season 5, which you can check out ahead...
Last season on American Horror Story, the Coven storyline gave Kathy Bates a chance to be excruciatingly racist and immortal, and the actress also spent a couple of episodes as a disembodied head. This season, she gets to be Ethel, the Bearded Lady and we have a close look at her epic facial hair.
Wow, the Supergirl series is moving forward extremely quickly. Over a week ago we learned that superhero expert and popular producer Greg Berlanti was pitching a Supergirl series to the networks. Now, the project has landed a series commitment.
Madam Secretary brings Téa Leoni back to television as a strong-willed woman appointed to Secretary of State in the midst of a tragedy. It reads on the outset like a non-bipolar Homeland, but it’s not really like that show at all, and that’s a good thing.
The men who brought you Bad Boys II are finally getting their day in the sun with the very drug that film seemed handmade to pair with. Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer have been trying to get a drama about the Miami cocaine trade in production since 2008, but that project is now finally starting to come together.
Zach Braff may be getting back into television. The actor recently spoke out to discuss his renewed interest in television as a medium, jumping on the bandwagon of celebrities who have recently discovered TV can actually be awesome. The actor stated he has a desire to return to television, and has a potential comedy in the works.
AMC always delivers the goods for their annual Fearfest promotion, and they’re bringing a shitload of classics this year in marathon form. It all starts with the network’s gruesome flagship drama The Walking Dead.
There are moments in everyone’s lives that are game changers, and on Wednesday night, middle school math teacher Sarah Manchester had one of those experiences. Manchester appeared on the long-running game show Wheel of Fortune, solving puzzles left and right before going on to win the show’s most coveted prize: a million dollars.
In the five or so years since Aubrey Plaza first became a household name to TV (and Mystery Team) viewers, she has turned “looking surly” into an acting lifestyle. Most prevalently displayed in her role of the meh-infused April Ludgate on NBC’s Parks and Recreation, Plaza’s talents for acting as if she doesn’t give a shit have been peppered into her other projects as well. But now her true test will come
Talk show hosts have been big fans of making celebrities take on fun and silly challenges over the past few weeks. We’ve seen Kevin Hart and Josh Gad get coaxed into putting together a dance off, and Jimmy Fallon recently got two of the judges from NBC’s primetime hit The Voice to join him in a lip synch battle on The Tonight Show