Last week’s Suicide Squad mission was not only full of easter eggs, it also marked the end for the most important recruit. Just another casualty in DC’s ‘Film V TV’ civil war. And speaking of the DCCU, this week’s first reference, “Public Enemy,” is also the title of a popular “Superman/Batman” comic.
Not all April Fools' jokes are garbage, thankfully, as proven by The Price is Right (of all places), which shocked the Plinko chips out of an adoring crowd by bringing Bob Barker back for a surprise visit.
“Inside Man” reminded us that despite its age, Supernatural still has some magic left in the tank. A cold open with our main characters had my attention right away, and when I saw Bobby with his feet propped and Kenny Rogers playing on the radio, I knew we were in for a treat.
In a story that has all the makings of a fantastic April Fools’ joke but an even better real-life TV event, it appears as if two of the funniest people on the planet have teamed up for a project on one of the least self-aware networks on the dial.
These days, audiences tend to like their documentaries either extremely uplifting or extremely dark and crime-filled, which makes Atari: Game Over one of the stranger entries in the genre in the last few years, and it'll soon make its way to TV for the first time.
They are animated programs, coming of age programs, and everything running the gamut in between. These are shows that have stuck with us long after their 12-episode, 22-episode or whatever episode runs have ended and that we wish could come back for one last hurrah.
You’re not supposed to bite the hand that feeds, but you can definitely poke some fun at it once you’re outside of its grip. Former Today Show host Katie Couric will be shining a comedic spotlight on the morning TV news show world with Michelle Pfeiffer for a new project.
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.