Are you not watching The Librarians? It’s still the most fun you’ll have Sunday nights, with last night combining zany vampire antics with some truly heartbreaking scenes confronting mortality. We talked to actress Lindy Booth, who plays Cassandra, about everything that happened in one of the show’s finest episodes.
John Boyega suits up for Pacific Rim: Uprising. The Flash teases a big return to Gorilla City and a major new villain. Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale adaptation will do away with a major aspect of the original novel. Plus, there’s a ton of new footage from The Lego Batman Movie, and The Predator adds another cast member.…
Sony’s animated Spider-Man movie could have a very interesting lead character, while Marvel’s new Spidey cartoon recruits two comic book webslingers. A new DC TV show is coming, and we’ll know more soon. Plus, Michael Fassbender talks Alien: Covenant, and new footage from Beauty and The Beast. To me, my spoilers!
A surprising DC hero and villain meet for lunch. Spider-Man’s Tom Holland puts in an unexpected mask in an unexpected place. Plus, a clue about the future of Ghostbusters, the DC/CW names the Legion of Doom, and The Librarians continues to delight us with its insanity. Out stockings were stuffed with spoilers, and…
We already knew that author Pat Rothfuss and Lin-Manuel Miranda were going to be a part of Lionsgate’s epic-scaled TV/movie adaptation, but now the show has found its most direct creative lead: John Rogers, the creator of the delightful Librarians series.
Chandler Riggs talks about his future on The Walking Dead. A character from the Star Wars prequels appears in new footage from Rogue One. Vin Diesel has hopes for a Rocket and Groot team-up movie. Plus, Alan Tudyk talks Frozen 2, a new clip from tonight’s Agents of SHIELD, and your first tiny glimpse of Game of…
The Librarians comes back this Sunday, and I am looking forward to it so much. It’s a show that is committed to having fun and is a wonderful chaser to darker dramas. I’m going to watch it after Westworld so I can actually get to sleep, is what I’m saying.
Our heroes at The Librarians may have taken on the greats of Arthurian legend and the wiliest of literature’s villains, but Vanessa Williams’ General Cynthia Rockwell is honestly the scariest. After all, what’s magic compared to government backing?
The Russo brothers accidentally confirm one hero for Avengers: Infinity War. The Power Rangers director discusses those new ranger costumes. The Librarians casts a new potential antagonist. Plus, even more Civil War footage, teases for the Arrow season finale, and new Psylocke footage from X-Men Apocalypse. Spoilers!
We’re living in a goddamn Golden Age of television. But there’s also way too much TV to keep track of, and a few shows get the lion’s share of attention. So here’s our list of 16 recent TV shows that haven’t gotten their props. Time to start binge-watching!
Anyone else feel like The Librarians could have focused on standalone episodes this season and been better off? “And the Final Curtain” did nothing to justify Prospero’s existence as a villain and was really an excuse to travel through time and meet Shakespeare.
River Song returns in a new Doctor Who Christmas Special! There are 96 hours of Godzilla on El Rey! Lucy Lawless finally returns to Ash vs. Evil Dead! Happy Holidays, it’s This Week’s TV!
In “And the Happily Ever Afters,” The Librarians ramped up to the final confrontation with Prospero (which I still don’t care about) and delivered us a look at everyone’s greatest wishes.
This year’s genre television gave us high highs and low lows—sometimes on the same show! In no particular order, we’ve rounded up the year’s best moments, along with some of the absolute worst. SPOILERS AHEAD.
No, Doctor Strange will probably not feature a Spider-Man cameo. The Flash casts another comic book villain. Lev Grossman teases the differences between The Magicians books and the show. Plus, good news for The Librarians, the stunts of The Force Awakens, and Black Mirror starts casting. So many Spoilers!
Syfy’s bid to get back the people who loved Battlestar Galactica begins tonight. Not just one, but three of our most beloved books are coming to the channel this week, in an all-out effort to regain your eyeballs. Plus a ton of finales and huge turning points, in this week’s TV!
At a certain point, as we grow up, we all learn the hard truth that Santa Claus isn’t real. And then, as we grow up some more, we discover that’s a lie, and Santa is totally real. We know this because TV shows—many of them ostensibly for adults—have gone out of their way to show St. Nick as a living, breathing,…
This could just be me, but there was something missing from this week’s Librarians. It just didn’t seem as tightly packed and plotted as usual. The time between the team getting the assignment and figuring it all out stretched out too long.
Plus Robot Chicken is back with more weird superheroes! There are midseason finales of all your favorite shows. A killer is finally unmasked on Scream Queens! Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter arrives in a four night miniseries event! But will Felicity Smoake go up in gas on Arrow? It’s this week’s TV!
Doctor Who turns everything upside down. The Flash and Arrow cross over to battle Vandal Savage. Minority Report ends. Plus the live-action debut of Red Tornado! And lo, The Wiz! live on television! All this, and much, much more, on This Week’s TV!