No setting on The Walking Dead lasts for very long, however, some are more memorably terrible than others. Following up on the Season 5 finale of The Walking Dead, we decided to list off some of the worst locations and settings we've seen so far.
Michael Keaton has always been good about poking fun at himself over the yeras, and he does it several times in this promo for his upcoming hosting gig on Saturday Night Live.
While there have been no plans announced to include The Punisher in the MCU, Daredevil showrunner Steve DeKnight believes that the upcoming Netflix series may hold the key to seeing the vigilante in live-action again.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! is more into pranks than games, but occasionally the show gets into some seriously fun games on live television. Among them is “Don’t Talk Into This Mic,” a segment with a seriously simple premise. If you can keep your mouth shut with a mic shoved into your face, you win money. It’s harder than it looks.
It feels like just yesterday that Showtime first teamed up with Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell for a new series about management consultants. In actuality, it was quite a bit longer ago than that; Showtime has just renewed the show for Season 5.
Beyond their signature quirks and addictive storytelling, Bryan Fuller projects are always memorable for their visual styles, and Hannibal is no exception. So it makes perfect sense that they would land Guillermo del Toro for an episode in Season 3.
Fans who are ecstatically anticipating another opportunity to prove that “the truth is out there” with the upcoming limited run revival of The X-Files will probably be thrilled to know that FBI agents, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully won’t be the only characters from the original series who will see a return.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios has made a name for itself as the company that excels in making big, fun comic book-based adventures. The new series Daredevil doesn’t fit into this mold, but in exploring a new color, Marvel has just found yet another corner of the comic book world to dominate.
As sure as the sun will rise each morning and set each night, Netflix will have enough faith in its series to give each one multiple chances to wow audiences. The latest of their originals to get a confirmed follow-up is the extremely tense mystery drama Bloodline.
I’m not going to lie here. The most fabulous part of “Tricksters” was seeing Mark Hamill return to this universe as the gloriously loony Trickster. But we knew that was coming, unlike the episode's major twists and turns. Spoilers abound.
Spoilers are bleeding out all over the place for Justified’s “Fugitive Number One,” so be warned. But seriously, can you believe everything that happened tonight?
It’s a big day for renewals. Just a few hours after we learned New Girl is headed back to Fox next TV season, the network’s sister channel, FX, has signed on for more episodes of its period spy drama The Americans.
If you watched The Fall and ever thought to yourself, “Damn, Jamie Dornan is almost too good in this role,” then you might not be shocked to learn his prep work for the part involved secretly stalking a woman in London.
If you aren’t familiar with Stan Lee as the creator of Spider-Man, Hulk, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, the X-Men and many of Marvel’s most famous superheroes, chances are you at least recognize him as the guy who cameos in almost every Marvel movie. However, these days his work isn’t just merely with the House of Ideas.
Now we’re going to bring you an underrated moment from the big Comedy Central event, when Martha Stewart walked onstage in a crazy print to crack jokes about Kevin Hart, Ludacris and more. Some of the jokes are a bit edgy, so keep that in mind if you are at work.