As we all learned from Game of Thrones (and definitely not sitting through high school history), when there’s a chance to sit on a throne and rule a kingdom, everybody who can sit seemingly wants to be king and queen, even if it means fighting your family members for the chance. Here’s a really fun look at the history…
According to Entertainment Weekly, Ian McShane has been cast in a mystery role. Let the speculation begin.
Just when you think you can't learn anything from the royal baby coverage, you uncover a rare metabolic disorder in the baby's namesake. Learn why porphyria can drive you mad, and make your urine blue.
Check out tons of teasers and behind-the-scenes footage from A&E's new miniseries based on Stephen King's book Bag of Bones. Starring Pierce Brosnan, this series looks like your classic ghost-in-the-water tale — but with King you know there's always a twist!
It's almost fall TV season, which means just one thing — it's time to start second guessing the TV networks. Many new shows will be introduced, and most of them will die an ignominious death.
Both Game of Thrones and Camelot are premiering in April — but which fantasy epic will rule the ratings? Take a guess by checking out the first trailer for Camelot.
It happens all the time — terrific TV show gets cut down in its prime because They just don't get It. But if you could have just one back for just one season, which would it be?
Wish that NBC's alternate history Kings hadn't been canceled? Starz may have come up with the next best thing: A contemporary retelling of the King Arthur legend, written by Torchwood's former showrunner.
At an appearance at the Television Critics Association Press Tour this week, NBC's Angela Bromstad said that Kings failed because it was "too highbrow and sophisticated" to sell to their audience. But is that the show's fault, or the network's?
This weekend was the first without a new episode of dearly-departed NBC drama Kings; sadly, while we loved the show, the rest of America didn't seem to agree. Creator Michael Green offers his take on ratings, cancellation and the show.
Finally, some interesting new television! Syfy is premiering the new series Warehouse 13 (think of it as a G-rated X-Files) and Eureka is back for a new season. Also Jason Alexander and Christopher Lloyd team up for NBC's Meteor movie.
This week, discover the delicate dance of nerd mating, and find out what type of bugs are swimming inside your eyeball chewing up your retinas. Clips (and minor spoilers) below.
Summer doldrums got you down? This week's TV features some big events: Ronald D. Moore's Virtuality is finally getting aired, and teenage Spider-Man is back... and he's dating.
The vampires are back with a girls' night out, Kings dies a slow death on Saturdays, and Batman has to fight Planet Of The Apes-style Cat People from the future. I say let ABC's moon-meteor collision destroy the planet.
Wondering why Kings didn't get more (or more appropriate) promotion on NBC? Blame God, according to show creator Michael Green. Well, God and some nervous network executives, that is.
First NBC shoves Kings from its Sunday spot to Saturday night, and now they're holding off until June to air the final episodes, still on that terrible Saturday night spot. According to the trades, the show has been completely pulled until June 13, and will finish its run through July 25. This is a travesty. [THR Feed]
This week the world gets a closer look at the city of Caprica, the Chuck teasing continues, and Dollhouse brings back those who have already passed on. Spoilers, and tons of clips, below.
Just when you thought we were rid of yet another woman vying for old floppy-head's attention, Chuck brings back Brewster. And Lost's Miles outshines that Sixth Sense kid. Clips and spoilers below.