Eight episodes in, Arrow is officially a mega-hit, at least by The CW's standards. And not only that, but Arrow is actually... pretty decent. The Christopher Nolan-inspired "gritty" superhero soap opera manages to be addictive fun, blending some solid action with the kind of relationship drama that makes Vampire…
Television is littered with failed superhero TV shows. If you don't count Person of Interest, then only the only successful superhero shows of the past decade are Smallville and (for a while) Heroes. So how will Arrow, the new DC Comics adaptation launching on the CW this fall, avoid the curse of the superhero show?…
The long-awaited first episode of HBO's Game of Thrones launches this week, as one of the most ambitious television productions of all time comes to your screens at last. Also on television, Walter Bishop has some "special" sugar cubes.
Last night was likely No Ordinary Family's final episode. So the show gave us everything we ever wanted: an absolutely bonkers showdown between the Powells and Dr. King, a sidekick getting powers, and, at long last, an actually interesting premise.
A man from the future travels back in time to stalk a failed romance novelist. Stargate's Joe Flanigan gets trapped on a bizarre, deadly planet. Ozzy Osbourne becomes the Earth Troll and teaches about recycling. Meet K-999 the robot dog.
Hugh Jackman weighs in on The Wolverine. The cast and crew of Green Lantern explain why we've seen so little of the film. Plus we sort through the madness to figure out the future of DC superhero movies!
Let the Wookiee win the battle for your TV remote this week. Chewbacca comes to Star Wars: The Clone Wars for its one-hour season finale. Also: Superjail! is back on Cartoon Network. Camelot makes King Arthur gritty.
Thanks to Dancing with the Stars, the penultimate episode of No Ordinary Family was exiled to Saturday night, all but ensuring that nobody will see it. Which is a real shame, because this might actually be the show's best episode.
Last night's No Ordinary Family finally put its characters in mortal danger, featuring unlikely team-ups, minor moral quandaries, cheesy supervillains, and an utterly random Sara Bareilles cameo. Too bad it's already too late.
Zack Snyder rules out one possible actor for the Superman reboot, while lots of possible actors are in the mix for the new Total Recall and Akira movies. There's a new picture of Green Lantern's Abin Sur!
Zack Snyder suggests the Superman reboot could have the Man of Steel meet his match. Just who is Joseph Gordon-Levitt playing in The Dark Knight Rises? Plus director David Slade talks the Daredevil reboot and The Wolverine!
What's going on with Fauxlivia? We'll find out Friday. But also, this week's television offers a Superman/Batman team-up, the truth about the Mongolian Death Worm, and Lauren Holly and Lance Henriksen fighting a Banshee.
An Amazing Spider-Man actor reveals how he fits into Spidey's fight with Rhys Ifans's villain. The Dark Knight Rises is casting another female role. Plus Matt Smith discusses his Doctor Who future, and more!
The young mutants of X-Men: First Class explain why the movie focuses on more obscure characters. Martin Sheen is amazed with the new Spider-Man Andrew Garfield. Plus a new Prometheus love interest, a massive Doctor Who roundup, and much more!
Paramount has released the first official description for J.J. Abrams's mysterious project Super 8. Chris Hemsworth explains the responsibility of playing Thor, while the Robocop reboot gets a screenwriter. Plus updates on Fringe, Doctor Who, True Blood, Chuck, and more!
Ian McKellen reports his first sighting of Martin Freeman in costume as Bilbo Baggins. The dinosaur time travel show Terra Nova will also explore the 22nd Century. Plus updates on Fringe, The Walking Dead, True Blood, Chuck, and more!
Director Shane Black is bringing Iron Man 3 into a realer world. Noomi Rapace explains why her character in Ridley Scott's Prometheus isn't just a Ripley clone. Plus a super spoiler-y look at Doctor Who's possible big bad!
Aliens have it in for us on television this week. They're attacking on The Event, they're firing up reactors on V, they're facing off on Stargate Universe...and they're invading Los Angeles. Yes, there's a Battle of Los Angeles TV movie.