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The season premiere aired tonight, and with it came more than a few scenes that not only lived up to the creepiest moments in the anthology series’ history, but some that will likely enter my dreams right when I think something good is about to happen.
The Season 4 premiere of Arrow – fittingly entitled “Green Arrow” – was a thrill ride in 42 minutes with a kicker of an ending that is undoubtedly responsible for any gasps, squeals, and/or shrieks of obscenities that echoed throughout the country at 8:59 ET on Wednesday night.
Season 6 of The Walking Dead will kick off with what is being touted as one of the most insane episodes of the series. But beyond that, the rest of the season will not only show us what the future is like for Rick & Co., but it will also take us back in time.
You've seen Sean Bean die a plethora of other deaths in a thousand movies and TV shows, and his next small screen effort is making its way to the U.S., and it'll be inspired by Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. But will he live to see the end?
We’re not sure if you’ve heard this, but a lot of people watch TV shows online. I know, right? Well, if there aren’t enough on-demand and over-the-top services available to you now, get ready, because there may be another not too far away, even if it is one that’s already in the game.
The Flash brought Season 2 to fans in full force, and if you thought Episode 2 would skimp on bringing in new stuff, you’d be mistaken. Check out Barry’s newest power as The Flash in all of its explosive glory.
It’s somewhat surprising that it took American Horror Story five seasons to get to the concept of hotels, given how many stories and films have used temporary living spaces as a source of terror, but the creators have a very specific inspiration for this season.
We’ve known Watson would be sporting a ridiculous mustache and that the special episode would not be canon, but now there’s some real, extensive footage from the series, courtesy of the BBC.
Aside from the TARDIS, the Time Lord’s most recognizable piece of his technology is his sonic screwdriver. And though the switch from screwdriver to sunglasses has polarized fans, showrunner Steven Moffat has no regrets about the change.
Arrow was the first modern network superhero show to be taken seriously by the mainstream media. Part of this undoubtedly comes from the fact that the superhero himself tended to take everything about his job as guardian of Starling City very seriously.
Traditional cable and network TV outlets still very much rely on ratings to nab advertising dollars. So, we’ve decided to take a look at what shows are already faltering in those ratings this fall, looking only at programs that very well could be cancelled by the end of the season.
For the past few months, most of what we’ve been doing is looking forward to Season 6 of The Walking Dead, but now it’s time to take a look back into the past for a story that never got told during the TV show. And it's all about Rick's hands.
The network most reliable for producing high quality animated series for primetime – which is admittedly something of a limited market – has been Fox for many years. A more recent animated series that has been refreshing the market, and it's Bob's Burgers. Get ready for more of it.
With The Walking Dead about to start its sixth season, the AMC horror series has promised to deliver some of its strangest zombie encounters yet.
Death is tricky in comic book stories. When major characters meet their maker, their demise usually isn’t permanent, and eventually they’re revived somehow. Will this happen on The Flash? Here's what the executive producer has to say.