We’re equally anticipatory and downtrodden that Justified is coming to an end next year. Still, the first Season 6 clip below brings about nothing but fist-pumping elation. Hold on to your hat and check out our initial peek at what will certainly be one of TV's biggest showdowns.
Given its slumping ratings, it's not all that surprising that ABC has decided to pull Manhattan Love Story from the schedule. With that said, it's disappointing that the charming romantic comedy series appears to be the first official network TV casualty of the fall season.
With only months until its premiere, Agent Carter has finally filled out is main cast. Nikita actress Lyndsy Fonseca has signed on to play this important character in the eight-episode limited series.
While the Spawn comic book is still going strong, it’s been awhile since the Image Comics antihero has been seen in other media. Well, if the concept art that creator Todd McFarlane posted is any indication, a Spawn animated project will be heading our way soon.
Get out your syrup. Tap into your childhood beliefs and get ready to sing your heart out. One of the best Christmas movies ever made is getting its own splashy stop motion television special! That’s right. Elf, or more specifically, Buddy The Elf, is back for another adventure.
Lauren Graham has been crushing her character on Parenthood for the past several years. However, Parenthood is already though its sixth and final season, meaning the show’s incredible cast is also looking for work. The good news for Graham is that she’s already found a gig.
Boardwalk Empire wouldn’t be the same show without constant death and destruction, as old empires crumble and new ones are reformed from the entrails. As a nod to the end of a great series, we’ve put together a list of the 10 most vicious killers the writers ever had the courage to muster, as well as the scenes that will forever commit their wrongdoings to our memories. These characters definitely won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
It’s over. After years or debate about whether or not it was trash television, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo has been officially canceled, though it has nothing to do with the quality issues argument.
If you're worried that adding Constantine to your schedule will cause some serious superhero fatigue, rest easy. The new NBC series isn't like the other comic-book adaptations on TV. It's got more in common with Angel than it does with the costumed crime-fighting of The Flash or the origin story of Gotham. Of course, being different doesn't mean much if the quality isn't there and Constantine's pilot is 'super' inconsistent.
oys ‘R Us recently found themselves in a bit of hot water after Florida mom Susan Schrivjer started up a petition to stop the retailer from selling Breaking Bad action figures. They caved and got rid of the toys, and now Aaron Paul is pissed.
Upon being evicted from the Big Brother house during Season 16, the eventual America's Favorite Player Donny Thompson was told he was going to get to appear in an episode of The Bold and the Beautiful.
Hungry for more action from the universe of Judge Dredd but can’t wait another decade to see a feature follow-up to Dredd? Look no further than this very first trailer for the bootlegged web miniseries Judge Dredd: Superfiend, which shares the film’s producer Avi Shankar.
While we have all been waiting and discussing Letterman taking his last bow on the Late Show stage, Craig Ferguson’s transition away from CBS has been a whole quieter. Ferguson’s last day on air will happen this December and CBS is looking to switch to his successor with lighting speed.
When it comes to the wholesome gee-golly-ness of the good old days, few fictional characters are more representative than Archie Andrews, the redheaded womanizer first introduced to comic book readers in the 1940s. That might all be about to change with this subversive new project.