Here at io9, we love In The Flesh - not just for its fresh take on the post-zombie-apocalypse, but for the way it breaks our hearts as well. So it's alarming to see that a third series has yet to be commissioned by the BBC, with fans and stars alike taking to social media to ask why.
I'm increasingly convinced that In the Flesh is a nefarious plot to make me cry about zombies. But when the season finale wasn't tugging on our tear ducts, it was steering the direction of the show in an intriguing new direction.
Guest director Masaaki Yuasa takes over Adventure Time to teach us about Ooo's food chain, and it promises to be delightfully weird. Plus, Superjail! returns, Believe says good-bye, and In the Flesh ends another season of zombie heartbreak. See all the details below!
Zombies have never been the scariest thing about In the Flesh, and even well-intentioned people have been capable of some truly horrific acts. And this episode shows that even the treatment for undead people—the entire premise of the show—came at a terrible price.
Cosmos' Ship of Imagination sails into the sunset (or is it just the sun?) this week, but not before plumbing the mysteries of dark matter. Finn gives dating another try on Adventure Time, Increase Mather rocks Salem, and a new character in Orphan Black's conspiracy appears. See all the details and clips below!
After last week's side story, In the Flesh returns to its core characters this week. But while some characters continue to pursue a potentially cataclysmic prophecy, others are dealing with more intimate problems—and one character decides to face their problems head-on. Which will have larger consequences for Roarton?
See for yourself, in our first glimpse of Star Wars' new stunts. True Blood's final season will be a "personal" story. Nicole Beharie says Sleepy Hollow will have five times the number of love triangles of season 1. And Robert Rodriguez is planning a film with Don Johnson that sounds totally ridiculous. Spoilers now!
X-Men: Apocalypse will feature some of the cast of the original X-Men trilogy, after all. Simon Kinberg describes the Fantastic Four reboot as "grounded, real, gritty." And promos from the new seasons of True Blood and Witches of East End. Spoilers now!
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!
Amidst its usual tales of oppression, self-hatred, and the poor treatment of veterans, In the Flesh told a love story this week—a wistful love story that wonders if we can ever really reclaim our past relationships and whether she should even try to.
Two scifi shows take their final bows this week—and Warehouse 13 is going out with a musical number. Plus, we see the season finales of From Dusk Till Dawn and Supernatural while the summer TV season is just ramping up. See all the latest clips and details below!
Well, In the Flesh isn't wasting any time in tearing at our heartstrings. This episode dives into post-traumatic stress disorder, school violence, self-loathing, veteran underemployment, illness, and indentured servitude—and that's all before the final, shocking moments.
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!
In the Flesh is back for another season in post-zombie rising Lancashire, and already we've gone beyond the human-on-zombie prejudice. Two powerful factions have arrived in Roarton to upset the delicate balance in Kieren's undeath—and they both may put the town at risk.
Sleepy Hollow casts its Ben Franklin as a recurring character. There will be a time jump between seasons 1 and 2 of The Tomorrow People. And Gotham gets a series order. Plus, new looks at Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Rosemary's Baby. Spoilers now!
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!
And there are a whole lot more wild rumors for Star Wars Episode VII where that came from. Marvel could be making another Incredible Hulk movie after Avengers 2. There are contradictory rumors about the fate of Superman in Superman Vs. Batman. And Eve Myles talks the return of Torchwood. Spoilers now!
The first season of In the Flesh focused on rehabilitated zombies settling in their former homes amidst prejudice from the living. But what happens when the zombies decide to lash out?
There's tons of info about the new apes in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Tricia Helfer is returning to Syfy. A new castmember joins the Marvel cartoon Big Hero 6. The writer of Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel is joining Doctor Who. Spoilers now!
Dominic Monaghan reports on J.J. Abrams' guiding vision for the Star Wars cast. Pretty much the whole cast previews season four of Game of Thrones. Plus, what historical figure may appear on Doctor Who next? Spoilers now!