Fall TV is back! You may have already decided whether you're watching the Batman prequel show Gotham or the immortal medical examiner Forever, but what's up with supergenius show Scorpion? Plus, info on the season premieres of Sleepy Hollow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Person of Interest, and a frozen Once Upon a Time!
Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller also adapted a classic novel of extraterrestrial discovery for television — and tonight, we'll get our one and only chance to see High Moon. But also, two incredibly weird comedians are bringing you a new spin on the Twilight Zone. And that's not all television has in store for you this…
This week, Syfy debuts its new zombie show Z Nation, set three years into the apocalypse, and brings back Haven with a new Audrey personality and a new set of Troubles. Plus, Teen Wolf gets ready to end its season—but who will survive? Get all the details below!
The summer TV season is winding down with The Leftovers season finale, while The Lottery subjects its embryo-seeking finalists to psychological interviews. Outlander approaches a major moment in Scottish history and Doctor Who visits Sherwood Forest—and Robin Hood. Get all the details below!
This week, the new Doctor tackles the Daleks, but will they be toothless or terrifying? Plus, Defiance gets a potentially deadly season finale while Teen Titans Go! reveals the adorable face of evil. Check out all the details below!
This week is all about endings and beginnings. Peter Capaldi begins his tenure as the curmudgeonly new Doctor on Doctor Who while True Blood meets its true death. And amidst the season finales of Korra and The Last Ship, we get two oddball premieres: Bojack Horseman and the profoundly strange Intruders.
This week, Discovery hosts its celebration of all things shark, but which specials are worth watching? We've got you covered. Plus, we're nearing the end of True Blood; mini golf gets serious on Gravity Falls, and we get to see the mystery-solving past of Finn and Jake's parents on Adventure Time.
Battlestar Galactica producer Ronald D. Moore returns to television this week with his adaptation of the hit Outlander novels—and you won't want to miss it. Plus, True Blood goes on a drug-fueled search for a dead character, Teen Wolf deals with a mysterious outbreak, and someone is targeting the Candy Kingdom elite…
When Masters of Sex works, the show is riveting, weird and funny. But lately it's suffering from "Bill is the heroic sex doctor who never existed" syndrome. And last night's incredibly distorted story of how intersex surgeries happened just took that way, way too far.
While the world prepares for the onslaught of a second Sharknado movie, Conan O'Brien is about to die at the tentacles of a new Sharktopus. Plus, Gravity Falls is back for more paranormal hijinks and The Strain gets its hands bloody with a vampire autopsy. See all the details below!
While childhood secrets are revealed on this week's Masters of Sex, another behind-the-scenes science drama debuts on Sunday: Manhattan, which takes us inside the secret city that helped create the atomic bomb. Plus, Phineas & Ferb takes on Star Wars—and it's bound to be goofy. See all the details below!
I am obviously the target audience for Masters of Sex because I love romances involving repressed men, but I am also a fan of hot sex scenes and laboratory dramas. Last night's premiere, however, reminded me that this show does something even harder than creating a story about kinky/repressed geeks.
Watch the first ten minutes of the new series The Lottery, about a battle to control embryos fertilized during a global fertility crisis. Also, one of Jake's kids takes charge on Adventure Time, The Leftovers enjoys a post-Rapture Christmas, and things get more dire on The Strain. Check out the details below!
We've got two big TV premieres this week: Halle Berry gets mysterious pregnant on a solo space mission in Extant and Guillermo del Toro brings his vampire contagion to TV with The Strain. Plus, Hemlock Grove, Mythbusters, and Masters of Sex are all back for their fresh new seasons. Summer TV is in full swing!
Oh, we're so happy this series is back! Masters of Sex centers around the work of Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson (played by Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan). This new trailer for the second season strongly implies that the work of pleasure is about to get pretty hot.
I can't help myself anymore – I have to talk about my obsession with the Showtime series Masters of Sex. It is the epitome of a scientific romance, exploring the messy overlap of science and social science, as well as personal and professional passions. Plus, it's about sexology.
This weekend is the premiere of Showtime's new series Masters of Sex, the story of famed sexologists William Masters and Virginia Johnson. But their tale of vibrators used as scientific instruments isn't the only one out there. Here are seven more great stories of sexual science and its consequences.
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!
We're really, really excited about Showtime's new drama series starring Michael Sheen as William Masters. Like, really excited. Get it?