If you believe fiction, spies are everywhere. You cannot turn around without bumping into someone in a wig, armed with a gun masquerading as a tasteful pair of earrings, and carrying secret plans in microdot form. There are so many, we decided to rank them.
Watching this week's episode of Vikings had me pondering this question. (Relax, the image isn't a spoiler.) Some shows routinely kill off characters while others not so much. Spoilers for Vikings, The Walking Dead and 24 ahead.
Fox greenlit a show that blends courtroom drama with multiple universes. A woman's caught between a reality in which she's a trial lawyer, and one in which she's on trial. Fox also recently approved a "supernatural" show from Glee's creator.
Three new promos for NBC's mysteries-within-wheels-within-cheese show The Event are making me get my hopes up. It's got the paranoia and intrigue, but more than that, it seems like this show is actually going to move.
Even though we highly doubt there will be another Lost-type TV show for some time, NBC's certainly angling its new series, The Event that way — with a 24 twist. Will these new clips make you watch the series?
HT4Sight seems like something only available to rogue agents who break people's legs and shout out their lungs every time they want to know where a nuclear head is, while nobody—except a hacker with permanent PMS—believes in them.
According to Rodney Charters, director of photography on 24, print media might not be the only thing Apple's tablet is saving in coming months. Charters cheerfully Tweeted that Jack Bauer might wield the ubergadget later this season on 24.
A detail-oriented fan has recreated all the events surrounding the plane crash that inaugurated the hallucinatory castaway series Lost. And they've done it 24-style, with those ticking numbers, which looks seriously cool. And actually explains a lot! [via SciFi Wire]
Instead of focusing on the potential dearth of new shows to offer us sci-fi thrills, we're turning our attention to the shows that don't call themselves sci-fi, but kinda are. Here're some of our favorites.
It's not quite midweek, but according to readers at Sony's PlayStation blog, the new firmware update 2.41 for PlayStation3 is now available for download. Hopefully when you fire up your update it'll be a smoother process than for some 2.40 users. Update: the new, improved update has brought a nice new, improved…
Sony's firmware 2.40 for the PS3 was pulled from servers after bricking several systems. Now at least one customer support service is reporting that firmware 2.41 will be released later this week. While Sony has yet to send out an official press release on the topic, it's looking like those who didn't download their …
It's not uncommon for firmware updates to go wonky, and apparently Sony's 2.4 PS3 update is no exception. The PlayStation forums are scattered with various reports of bricked PS3s-users report that upon booting their system, the SIXAXIS controller will not sync and the video signal is blank with no sound.…
We've already seen two videos of Sony's latest 2.4 firmware for the PS3 (that hits July 2nd, incidentally), but sometimes the story is easily told in good old fashioned photography. So here are some direct feed shots of the new firmware, including plenty of material on the new
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