When last we heard of Beware the Batman, WB's latest DC animated series, it had been mysteriously yanked from the Saturday morning DC Nation block after a mere 11 episodes. Now CN will finally air the remaining 15... but at 3:00 am on Saturday nights.
Kudos to HBO for this marketing campaign for the Game of Thrones season three set, which leads this week's home video releases. There's barely any show footage, just videos of people reacting to the infamous "Red Wedding" sequence in shock which will sell more copies than a regular trailer ever could.
I’m delighted to discuss at length the four topics in today’s “Postal Apocalypse,” but I must say I’d be happy to answer any shorter questions you might have. I also wouldn’t mind answering sillier, dumber or dirtier queries. It seems forever since I’ve had to think about a fictional character’s genitals, and I miss…
In news that should feel queasily familiar to fans of DC’s recent animated series, Cartoon Network has yanked the new Beware the Batman cartoon off the air after a mere 11 episodes.
This week, American Horror Story makes a bid to out-crazy its first two seasons. Really. The Walking Dead features its biggest zombie set piece yet. But there are also a ton of other premieres this week, including super-mutants, Wonderland, and superhero craziness. Check out clips and details for all this week's TV!
It's a big week in the world of cartoons! Ultimate Spider-Man features a cameo-studded Halloween episode plus the Transformers return, if only for a while, as the original movie Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising airs.
There are tons of premieres on TV this week, including witches, werewolves, vampires, scarecrows and zombies. But the most exciting news might be two hours of Fringe's John Noble as the planet-eater Unicron. And a cartoon horror spoof crafted by the one and only Guillermo del Toro!
It's a big week in the world of cartoons! Ultimate Spider-Man returns from hiatus this Sunday, Anarky makes a pivotal appearance on Beware the Batman, and the Avengers find out what it's like to walk in the Hulk's shoes.
The fall TV season is starting up in earnest this week. There are tons of new and returning shows, including the long-awaited Joss Whedon restoration. Plus Person of Interest, Once Upon a Time... and the end of Breaking Bad. Check out clips and details for all of this week's television below!
This week in the world of cartoons, the How to Train Your Dragon spin-off Defenders of Berk returned, and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. learn Sunday that miniature golf is not a very safe hobby.
That's right — there are some really exciting pilots airing later this fall, but the absolute most knock-down, drag-out entertaining opening episode airs this very week. Plus there are three season premieres, and a few season finales as well. Check out our complete guide to the week's television, below!
This week in the world of cartoons, Legend of Korra is back for season two! In addition to TWO episodes of Korra, Avengers Assemble comes back from hiatus to gives us a full hour of new Marvel cartoons on DisneyXD.
Two shows make their long-awaited returns this week, including Legend of Korra. But meanwhile, there are dueling TV movies. In one, a space shuttle crashes into the sun with the First Lady on board, sending the Earth back to the Stone Age. In the other, nanotech turns a regular crocodile into... RoboCroc. Truly, we…
This week in the world of cartoons, Beware the Batman returns, Regular Show and Adventure Time spotlight relationship woes, and we bid farewell to Futurama!
This week on television, we say a tear-filled farewell to Futurama — watch the first clip from the episode right here. Bubblegum Princess and Flame Princess have an explosive meeting on Adventure Time.
This week in the world of cartoons, we are treated to an unusual Marvel/Disney crossover, an Iron Man appearance on Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., and a story of Fry traveling through time on Futurama.
This week's TV shows include Syfy's brand new reality show about cosplayers. Mythbusters takes on Breaking Bad. Plus a Phineas & Ferb/Avengers crossover. And the season finale of True Blood. Futurama's Fry is reunited with his dog Seymour! Being Human ends. Here are clips and details for this week's TV!
This week in the world of cartoons, Leela grows some tentacles on Futurama, we are treated to a very interesting new Hulk series on DisneyXD, and an hour-long TMNT season finale!
We still have to wait a month and a half for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but this week Marvel is giving us the next best thing! Plus the final episodes of Breaking Bad are here. And is Shark Week still worth watching, or has the focus on education and conservation gotten tossed overboard? Watch clips from all this week's…
This week in the world of cartoons, Bender is robo-jacked on Futurama, Stan Lee voices a janitor on Ultimate Spider-Man, and we are treated to the spectacular Gravity Falls season finale.