Hold onto your hats, Star Trek fans, because your favorite franchise could be heading back to TV. What's more, it might just have one of the most popular directors in Hollywood behind it. And no, not J.J. Abrams.
The long-awaited reveal of the title that The Walking Dead spinoff show will carry has been revealed and it is…well, let’s just say it fancies the idea of doubling down.
It’s always interesting when two fandoms collide. This week, George R.R. Martin, who is notable for writing the A Song of Ice and Fire books as well as tirelessly promoting HBO’s Game of Thrones, put together some interesting advice for The Walking Dead.
The highly popular period drama Downton Abbey is reportedly coming to an end after Season 6 so it seems fitting that PBS would already be hard at work, looking to line up its next Masterpiece drama.
Good news, folks, the Criminal Minds spinoff is getting some traction, and fans of the franchise will be able to see what it is about much sooner than later. And now we know a lot more about what it will be about. Go ahead and squeal a little.
One of the funniest comedies of 2014, Mike Judge’s satire Silicon Valley is heading back to HBO this spring bigger, better, and presumably more bong-loaded than ever. And you can expect the Winklevoss twins to be there.
History’s been getting into the scripted programming game for some time now. Its heavy hitter is still the original series Vikings, though. Now airing its third season, History has opted to go ahead and renew Vikings for another round.
There may soon come a day when original TV series have been outnumbered by remakes and revamps, but at least there’s the good old fashioned sequel series to make old things feel new again. The latest of these involves the hit 1990s sitcom Coach, which NBC is dragging out of the locker room.
Called “Cobalt” and “Fear the Walking Dead” at different points, the new show will kick off on the West Coast just as the zombie apocalypse is taking over, and Walking Dead fans will get their first look at it this weekend.
NBC just released all the premiere dates for their summer series, which is a nice mixture of shows new and old, with a couple of debuting comedies that will hopefully raise the bar for the network’s lack of laugh-friendly series.
For nine seasons, William Petersen played Gil Grissom on CBS’ CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Since he left the popular drama, the actor and producer has mostly stayed out of acting, but today news has broken stating that Petersen will be taking his first big TV role since leaving CSI back in 2009.
Game of Thrones is something of a perfect place for unexpected cameos and guest stars that you might not see on a normal network drama, and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are possibly trying to get some It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia actors on board.
HBO has always been a fan of its documentary-style news production VICE. Last year, the subscription cable network showed confidence in the series by renewing it for two more seasons. Now, there's a huge overall deal that is bringing us a lot more of the news program.
A Broad City fan made things difficult for himself by getting booted from an airplane for refusing to take off a show T-shirt that contained vulgar language. That move was far more Ilana than Abbi.
The Price is Right has always been one of the most irreverent, unconventional game shows on television. However, reflecting this month's theme fixated on love, their next event will have several couples ready to “come on down” and tie the knot right there in the studio!