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.
When Jon Stewart announced that he would be stepping down as host of The Daily Show, reactions were split between “Oh no!” and “Who’s going to take his place?” And it seems like Comedy Central had some big names in mind.
There’s good news on the horizon for New Girl fans. The Zooey Deschanel starrer has been renewed by Fox for a fifth season on the network. The schedule for the upcoming season is already pretty wonky, however.
We’ll have to wait and see how far into the comics Season 6 takes Rick & Co. before we’ll know if and when we'll see any tigers popping up in this post-apocalyptic landscape. But one thing’s for sure, it’ll be gr-r-r-eat!
Fox's Weird Loners is the newest project from King of Queens creator Michael J. Weithorn, You’ll notice pretty quickly that the “weird” and “loners” parts of the title don’t really fit this mostly normal group of friends, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth your time.
It’s been just a few days since we learned that Downton Abbey will be finishing out its run after Season 6. However, new reports indicate the show almost lived on, just without prolific showrunner Julian Fellowes.
When it comes to projects that makes the geekier sections of society squeal with delight, you can’t get much better than the re-teaming of Firefly stars Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk for the latter’s upcoming webseries Con Man, which just stacked its cast.
NBC has finally locked down the network’s next big live musical production, and this time around, the network has added an extra gimmick to entice viewers. Next TV season, fans will see The Wiz get produced for the small screen, but it won’t be just any version of The Wiz.
The currently unnamed Arrow/The Flash spinoff has already recruited several notable heroes and villains. However, today’s news brings us two DC Comics characters who haven’t appeared on either show.
Tempers have flared all over the place when it comes to how former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson was handled by BBC director general Tony Hall, But it appears someone has taken things far more personally than most, sending Hall death threats.