Last night's Nikita finale had a definite feeling of wrapping up everything at top speed, as the pieces fell into place really quickly. But for all that, it still managed to deliver one final insane fake-out, doing the last thing you ever expected.
Chris Cooper hints that Norman Osborn will have a major part in Amazing Spider-Man 3. The next Game of Thrones season finale will be like nothing you've seen before. Plus photos from the season finale of Dracula and the return of Sleepy Hollow. And Nikita finale spoilers. Spoilers now!
There are two sad farewells this week. First Matt Smith has his very last adventure on Doctor Who, and then the series finale of Nikita sees the super-assassin going to a dark place. There's also some of the strangest holiday programming you've ever heard of. Tons of clips and details below!
How do you follow up one of the weirdest cliffhangers in television history? With an episode chock full of jaw-dropping moments and one terrible shock. They could have called this "The Last Temptation of Nikita." This show is going out on an amazing high note.
This week's must-see TV is the fall finale of our favorite network show, Person of Interest. And they're hinting that one of the show's heroes may quit the POI team. Watch clips from the Robot Chicken Xmas special, and John Oliver's guest spot on Rick and Morty! Plus learn how Sherlock Holmes created forensic science!
A ton of shows are ending their fall season, and hoping to leave you wanting more. But there's one show, in particular, that has a cliffhanger we can't wait for. That's our must-watch show of the week, but there's tons of other great stuff — check out clips and details for all this week's new television, below.
Aw yeah. Last night's Nikita gave two of the show's supporting castmembers a chance to shine, and the results were thrilling. Also, there was an excellent fakeout with Birkhoff, and a lot of spy-vs-spy action.
DC has struggled to create a movie universe, with Green Lantern, only to go back to square one with Man of Steel. But this week, we'll see our first clue as to whether Arrow can spawn a Flash spinoff, and create a single TV continuity. Plus Community's Dan Harmon goes mad... with science!
Seriously. The last time we checked in on Nikita, it was still a superspy show that kept one foot firmly planted in reality. But now, in the show' final short season, it's embracing life, liberty and the pursuit of crazy. Just check out this scene from last night's episode.
There's only one show that rules our screens this week, and it's the longest-running science fiction series ever. The entire week is crammed with celebrations of Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, including a dramatization of the early years, and a meeting of titans. Check out clips and details from all this week's TV!
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!
This week's television includes a half dozen finales — including a Community finale that revisits the Darkest Timeline. Can Neil Gaiman make the Cybermen awesome again? Plus Person of Interest reveals the truth about the Machine, and Tricia Helfer plays a mother who has psychic powers! Clips and details below.
You may already know everything there is to know about Firefly — but you still might discover something new from the huge extravaganza airing this week. Syfy comes up with a novel explanation for where superstorms come from: ghosts! Also, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes proves once and for all that it deserved a…
This week's episode of American Horror Story: Asylum is all about a massive storm devastating the Northeastern United States... coincidence, or demonic inspiration? Also, there's one of the weirdest-sounding Monty Python specials ever, combining animation and the voice of a dead Python. Ben Edlund is back, and doing…
Soon enough, the big television networks will offer up their brand new shows for your approval. You'll get to see the pilot episodes that producers and execs were sweating over last spring. A great TV pilot can be like a thrilling summer movie, leaving the door open to weeks of adventures afterwards.
It's finally here: Game of Thrones season two. You watch, or you die. (Or rather, you're dead to us.) But also, a brand new Spider-Man cartoon launches, featuring Clark Gregg as Agent Coulson and J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson! Not only that, but Leonard Nimoy is returning to the role of Spock in the weirdest way…
This week on TV, Walter Bishop is back, and he's cooking up some surprises. Also back? Supernatural's Castiel. And Thundercats. And Mythbusters. On Once Upon a Time, the Who's Roger Daltrey plays a talking caterpillar in Wonderland.
Community is back! And so are Vampire Diaries and Supernatural. There is much rejoicing, as well as cursed-shoe-induced dancing. Also on this week's TV, there are two zany leprechaun movies airing on the same night. Data himself, Brent Spiner, is playing an entire robot army! Plus discover the most embarrassing thing…