WHAT THE FUCK IS EVEN HAPPENING.
WHAT THE FUCK IS EVEN HAPPENING.
Skating a drained in-ground pool is old hat by now, so an entire waterpark was the obvious logical step forward.
An unprecedented Squirrel Girl/Power man team-up, Hannibal adapts Manhunter, and a full week of Teen Titans Go! All on This Week’s TV.
Summer TV is in full swing, and we’ve got a couple of new shows premiering this week. There’s the vigilante hacker thriller Mr. Robot and Humans, a series that explores the line between humans and their synthetic servants. Plus, Under the Dome and Falling Skies are both back for new seasons. Details ahead.
A casting call sheds a surprising light on Batman v. Superman's take on Bruce Wayne. Andy Serkis debunks a bunch of rumors about his Star Wars role. Evangeline Lilly says some intriguing things about Ant-Man, and there's a look at Jessica Chastain in Crimson Peak. Plus the first look at Neil Patrick Harris in American…
We say a big farewell this week to one of our favorite shows, The Legend of Korra, which ends after four seasons with a huge, mecha-filled battle. Plus, Syfy introduces its new miniseries, Ascension, set 50 years after JFK launches a generation ship into space. Get sneak peeks at the rest of this week's TV right here!
We've got a bunch of mid-seasons finales happening this weekend, including a showdown between the Flash and the Reverse-Flash, a Castiel family reunion on Supernatural, and Ra's Al Ghul's ultimatum on Arrow. But Once Upon a Time kicks off its cliffhanger with a story shift—and a Disney villain team-up.
The Leverage producer brings us a new TV series that promises to twist the brains of even the most genre-savvy viewers, while the Toy Story crew gets caught up in a dinotastic misadventure. Plus, Arrow battles the Flash and Peter Pan the musical airs live, giving us Christopher Walken as Captain Hook!
American Thanksgiving means a somewhat lighter week for television, but we've still got some big things happening with the the mid-season finales of Gotham and The Walking Dead. Plus, The Flash's Barry loses his powers and Person of Interest gets involved in power struggle for control of the city's gangs.
We've got some interesting comic book characters coming to TV this week, with Gotham focused on Harvey Dent and Cupid bringing her brand of insanity to Arrow. Plus, Sleepy Hollow deals with a ghost haunting the psychiatric hospital and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is in for a violent family reunion.
Atlantis is coming back tomorrow — it's the Greek mythology show from the creators of Misfits and Merlin. And the show has one major new thing going for it this time around, judging from our exclusive clip — a new character named Medea, played by Amy Manson (Being Human).
News on an updated Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves recasts the title character as "Allen." Steven Moffat explains what makes a good companion for the Doctor and whether they'd ever deviate from the current formula. Plus new details on Gotham's Harvey Dent, and the best-yet look at Lois Lane in Batman v. Superman.…
That's right, Supernatural is celebrating its 200th episode with a musical, and teenage girls are playing the roles of Sam and Dean. Atlantis returns for another season of mashed-up Greek mythology; Gravity Falls heads to time jail; and Z Nation has to deal with glowing, radioactive zombies. Get all the details…
It's always entertaining when really smart people get carried away. Olof Rudbeck was really smart. He could do pretty much everything. Unfortunately, "everything" included convincing himself that Hades, the Greek land of the dead, was located in Sweden.
Say what you want about villains, they have spectacular architecture. But they're also a nightmare to create — which is why we don't have more undersea bases or faces carved into mountains in real life. Here are the weirdest design specs of some of the most famous villain lairs.
Over the years, a lot of people have claimed to have invented a perpetual motion machine. John Keely was one of them. Obviously, he hadn't invented any such thing, but here's how he managed to string people along for over 25 years.
To create a mythic look to for the ancient sunken city and the Jules Verne-esque technology in Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Disney turned to Hellboy creator Mike Mignola to work on the film's production design.
On February 1st, 2003, the seven crew members of the Space Shuttle Columbia perished when the shuttle disintegrated upon reentry into Earth's atmosphere. But is there a way that NASA could have rescued the crew while the shuttle was still in orbit?
Thanks to the Olympics, things are quiet in the land of TV this week, but there are a handful of new episodes to watch between speed skating heats. Jeri Ryan joins Helix; we find out who's still alive on The Walking Dead; Almost Human zooms in on one of its female characters; and the Mythbusters attempt to literally…
The Walking Dead returns after December's brutal fall finale. What's ahead for our survivors? Plus, the Person of Interest team is back together for a dangerous heist. Meanwhile, Alex Kingston's Dinah Lance returns to Arrow and Stan Lee pops up on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. And check out clips from this week's Almost Human…