Here's your new Beowulf: Kieran Bew (Da Vinci's Demons) has been cast as the Medieval hero, who fights a monster during the Dark Ages. He'll star in ITV's TV series based on the classic epic poem.
Wil Wheaton makes fun of the scifi news of the week in his new show while Game of Thrones gets ready to throw down and duel. Orphan Black heads to rehab, Penny Dreadful attends the theater, and The 100 goes hunting. Plus, get caught up on Defiance before the new season starts. Details below!
This week, we say a temporary farewell to several shows, including Person of Interest, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, and Grimm, while Star-Crossed ends its alien-human romance for good. See all the clips and details below!
Two new spooky TV shows premiere this week as The Tomorrow People and Once Upon a Time wrap up their seasons. Plus, zombie drama In the Flesh returns and a powerful Arrow character is back in Starling City. See all the details below!
Maria Hill, fresh from her stint in Captain America 2, returns to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this week and Santanico Pandemonium has a deadly dance on From Dusk Till Dawn. Plus, Supernatural prepares its spinoff and Vikings and Resurrection close their seasons. Details below!
Agents of Shield introduces us to the love of Agent Coulson's life: Amy Acker's cellist. We get a chance to get caught up on From Dusk Till Dawn, Lana gets ready to give birth on Archer, and Metal Hurlant Chronicles brings and Alejandro Jodorowsky comic to the small screen. See all the details below!
An anthology series based on tales from France's Heavy Metal comics anthology hits out TV sets tonight—and so does the final season of Warehouse 13. Plus, Orphan Black is back this week with new secrets and new clones, and we see the debut of a new show about the history of science fiction. Check out all the details…
This week, we say farewell to Being Human while Bitten and Lost Girl have their season finales. Plus, the ending of Captain America: The Winter Soldier means big changes for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. And what's ahead for Joffrey and Margaery on Game of Thrones? Get all the details below.
Two of our favorite shows are back this week to treat us to another season of suspicion and betrayal. Plus, Robot Chicken brings us a new DC special—all about the villains—and Community plays G.I. Joe. Check out the latest clips and details below!
We've got clips teasing the major showdowns on Teen Wolf, Helix, and The Walking Dead, while Being Human counts down its final episodes. Plus, Jim Henson's Creature Shop debuts its reality show and two Birds of Prey meet on Arrow. Check out all the details below!
Because Da Vinci's Demons apparently hasn't pushed its ahistorical fantasy far enough, our can't-fail Renaissance man Leonardo Da Vinci heads to the Americas in the trailer for Season Two, years before Christopher Columbus crossed the Atlantic.
David S. Goyer’s secret history of Leonardo Da Vinci's life starts with a pantsload of magic in season two. At what point do we stop calling this a historical series? When the artist/inventor sprouts a horn and wings?
There's a description of thirty minutes of Thor 2 footage, Lee Pace went crazy playing Ronan the Accuser in Guardians of the Galaxy, and The Walking Dead adds two new cast members. Plus, new footage from The Hobbit. And is yet another old companion joining Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary special? Spoilers ahead!
Not because she's a woman — because she's a human being, and no human can be as powerful as Superman. We caught up with the Man of Steel last weekend at Comic-Con, and asked him about the Clark-Lois dynamic going forward. What he said kind of surprised us.
After a fun episode that focused on the fantastical secrets within the Vatican archives, it was a bit disappointing that the Da Vinci's Demons finale returned to Florentine history for its season finale. But it finally brings the Pazzi conspiracy into the open, with plenty of blood. Spoilers ahead.
The summer TV season is ramping up, and there are some pretty frickin' great shows coming our way. Falling Skies is back and juicier than ever, and so are Continuum and Teen Wolf. But there's one new show you absolutely can't afford to miss.
Da Vinci's Demons has already given us the "truth" behind Count Dracula, and now a trip to the Vatican's secret archive reveals a few other mysteries of the universe, including a brief nod to Arthurian legend. Spoilers ahead.
This week's TV is bonkers. There's quite possibly the most off-kilter take on superheroes you've seen this year. Doctor Who's Russell T. Davies pits wizards against space monsters. There's a demented-ass TV movie about an evil spa. Lando returns to Star Wars. Plus Venture Bros.' new season, and Game of Thrones' ninth…
Not a dream! Not a hoax! Last night's episode of Da Vinci's Demons pit Leonardo against Vlad the Impaler, and our hero's usual scheming and quipping isn't quite as successful as he hoped. Spoilers ahead.
Which are you more excited about: the Doctor Who episode in which we finally learn what everything in Matt Smith's era has been about — or the Arrow finale, where John Barrowman chains up a shirtless Ollie? Plus there's a brand new look at Star Trek, featuring David Brin and other SF authors, and more season finales!