Ludi Lin talks Power Rangers. Jeph Loeb offers a glimmer of hope for the future of Agent Carter. Riz Ahmed teases his Rogue One role. Plus, how Justice League Action’s tone compared to past DC cartoons, more Justice Society teases on Legends of Tomorrow, and Melissa Rosenberg on Jessica Jones. Spoilers Now!
Superman goes toe-to-toe with a familiar foe in new Supergirl set footage. The cameo everyone expects to happen in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will indeed happen. Plus, more Sausage Party footage, another ‘new’ look at Negan on The Walking Dead, and Hayley Atwell reflects upon her time on Agent Carter. Spoilers!
When ABC canceled Agent Carter, there was a brief hope that Netflix would pick the show up and continue it. It made sense—Netflix was already home to other Marvel shows. And now we know the reason the company didn’t pick up the show.
The fact that Peggy Carter becoming Captain America is just for a Marvel mobile game tie-in and not, say, an ongoing comic book series that lasts 10 years is breaking my heart as much as it’s making me want to triumphantly wave the stars and stripes, and I’m not even American.
Greetings, my special self-adhesive stamps! In this week’s mailbag, we’ve got questions about whether the new Star Trek TV series will do more thinking than shooting, if The Force Awakens will get a director’s cut, and where all Marvel’s sidekicks went. Also, you see that question in the headline above? The answer is…
If you’ve seen both Captain America: Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, then you know that the first one sets up a possible relationship between Agent 13 (Emily VanCamp) and Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), and the other just throws that relationship together out of nowhere. Well, Hayley Atwell has weighed in.
Marvel may have the cinematic rights back to one of its oldest characters. Bryan Singer thinks Mystique could get her own X-Men spinoff movie. Hayley Atwell reveals what might have come from a third season of Agent Carter. Plus, a new clip from Preacher, and Captain Marvel director rumors. Spoilers Now!
After two seasons, Agent Carter is sadly no more. Or is it? Peggy herself wants to take up the fight to keep hope for more spyfi adventures alive—and she’ll do whatever it takes to do so.
“Postal Apocalypse” is back, folks! Sorry for the delay. I could tell you an interesting lie about mutant raccoons scouring the post-apocalyptic landscape, but in all honesty I was just moving, and it took all my meager resources just to edit io9 and write Game of Thrones recaps that infuriated you. But I’m back now,…
Thanks to the big network upfronts, there’s been a barrage of TV updates this week. How to keep track of which shows were canceled? Which got another season? Which pilots got a pass? And, most excitingly, which new entries got the green light? We’ve got you covered with all the important TV announcements in one…
In the last few weeks, Marvel has killed Margaret Carter twice. First, in Civil War’s revelation that Peggy has passed on in the current timeline, and then in a finishing blow, with the cancellation of Agent Carter late last Thursday. But amidst the sorrow, let’s take a look back and remember Peggy’s crucial…
I’ve taken to calling yesterday Black Friday, because it seemed as though just about every television show out there met a grim end. So, what show are you going to miss the most?
After two seasons of fighting crime, Agent Carter has been given her walking papers. The ABC show, based on a character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has been canceled.
Agent Carter is on life support and Marvel’s Most Wanted is not getting a ton of love at the network. Which could leave Coulson and company alone on ABC until Damage Control finally gets on the air.
James Wan discusses Zack Snyder’s involvement in Aquaman. Preacher’s showrunner talks exploring the wilder aspects of the comic. Paul Reubens discusses his Gotham role. Plus, new pictures from The Walking Dead’s season finale, and Alfie Allen explains Theon’s new status quo on Game of Thrones. Spoilers!
Despite fairly low ratings this season, Agent Carter has consistently been an excellent show, and according to NerdReactor, the chances for a third season seem pretty good.
A third season of Agent Carter may have gotten a bit more unlikely, as the ratings for last night’s season finale matched an all time series low. Ratings for Peggy’s sophomore season haven’t been great, but just 2.37 million people tuned in to watch “Hollywood Ending”—a potential nail in the coffin for the show’s…
Season one of Agent Carter had a pretty tight storyline—Peggy’s colleagues understimate her, and meanwhile she’s having to lie to them as she works to clear Howard Stark’s name. But season two had a lot of moving parts, and a bunch of detours. What was the point of it, in the end?
JK Simmons won’t say no to returning to his iconic Spider-Man role for Marvel. Batman v Superman merchandise descriptions reveal some surprising information about Wonder Woman. Plus, Hayley Atwell is hoping for more Agent Carter, and Chris Carter discusses X-Files’ controversial ending. Spoilers!
And yes, there are already rumors about Episode VIII’s subtitle. Has Doctor Who found its new companion? Nicholas Meyer discusses what will make the new Star Trek TV show different. The Walking Dead teases unhappy times for Rick, and hypes up Negan. Plus, new pictures from Agent Carter’s finale and Civil War. Spoilers…