One of America's Founding Fathers may still be alive in Sleepy Hollow's latest colonial-themed quest. Plus, Tarkin arrives on Star Wars Rebels — and he's Grand Moff Tarkin now. Check out a clip of Batman rocking out on Teen Titans Go! and see what happens when the SSR agents meet Agent Carter's pearl-clutching…
If its Marvel Super Heroes, Star Wars or Lost-themed episodes haven't drawn you in, maybe this will: this week's Phineas & Ferb takes on the zombie genre with a guest appearance from none other than Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, recreating their characters from Shaun of the Dead. And you can watch it here!
While several shows settle into their second episodes of the season, Neil deGrasse Tyson lends his voice to Gravity Falls and Lost returns for one night only—on Phineas and Ferb. Plus, Star Wars Rebels premieres and Korra returns for its final season. Get 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!
Last night, the Disney Channel's Phineas and Ferb teamed up with Spider-Man, Thor, Hulk, and Iron Man for a bit of intra-company zaniness. And that won't be their only Disney crossover, as the pair are headed to Tatooine.
This week's TV shows include Syfy's brand new reality show about cosplayers. Mythbusters takes on Breaking Bad. Plus a Phineas & Ferb/Avengers crossover. And the season finale of True Blood. Futurama's Fry is reunited with his dog Seymour! Being Human ends. Here are clips and details for this week's TV!
When Spider-Man, Thor, Hulk and Iron Man all lose their superpowers, there's only one thing to do: Exercise a bit of corporate synergy and guest star in the Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel summer special.
This week's television includes the premieres of three shows, including Eric Kripke's Revolution, in which all the technology fails. Except for hairstyling technology, which never fails. But that's not all! Also, there's a documentary about how NASA became the first Martian music label. And Dylan Hunt himself, Kevin…
This week on television, the Peter Porker: the Spectacular Spider-Ham stories become canon. Sort of. We also get to find out what it would be like if Tony Stark ruled the world. Doctor Who does a Western episode. But most of all, Syfy is having two monster movies, back to back.
What's on television this week? Ridley Scott and Tony Scott bring you the ultimate horror, from the writer of Black Swan — featuring Geena Davis, James Woods and Richard Dreyfuss! Robot Chicken returns with a tribute to DC Comics, featuring Nathan Fillion as a superhero and Neil Patrick Harris as a supervillain. …
Mostly, this week's television column is going to be devoted to telling you why you should be checking out Alphas tonight, and the Monday nights following. This Syfy show about people with mutant powers really hit its stride at the end of season one, and has continued to be super-watchable in season two thus far. So…
This week in the crazy world of cartoons, we see a very realistic glimpse into the world of table top card games on Adventure Time.
Disney gave us all a little G-rated True Blood action with a touch of Teen Wolf in the mix, in an upcoming episode of Phineas and Ferb. Guests voice actors Stephen Moyer, Anna Paquin and the Teen Wolf himself, Michael J Fox, stopped by to give you a sneak peek from the fake vampire film, The Curse of Candace!
Lady Gaga is bringing futuristic video screen glasses to the world, but movies and television have already expanded our eyewear horizons. Here are a dozen specs, lenses and goggles with powers that go far beyond video play