Here's your new Beowulf: Kieran Bew (Da Vinci's Demons) has been cast as the Medieval hero, who fights a monster during the Dark Ages. He'll star in ITV's TV series based on the classic epic poem.
Welcome back to Morning Spoilers after an unscheduled break! In today's roundup, the future of X-Men: Days of Future Past is settled. Captain America gets a villain and Robopocalypse gets a star. There are new posters for The Wolverine and Hansel and Gretel. Matt Smith talks about the possibility of a Doctor…
We still miss Caprica for its explorations of artificial intelligence and grief, in the context of a very different society. So it could be excellent news that Syfy's sister network, NBC, is apparently serious about making a new show that explores some of the same ideas. We heard a while ago that NBC was pursuing a…
This week, two different TV movies offer your choice of apocalypses: a zombie rampage, or the Earth's rotation slowing down. But only one of them features Lance Reddick as a zombie-fighter. If you're not in the mood for the end of the world, though, there's also an animal documentary that pushes cuteness levels into…
Thank Baby Jesus for Stephen King: his new horror miniseries is almost the only thing on television that's not Christmassy this week. The Christmas specials do include some fun new episodes of Adventure Time, Eureka and Warehouse 13, though. And American Horror Story is ramping up to its shocking season finale with…
This week on television, get a brand new insight into the history of Star Trek with the son of creator Gene Roddenberry. Syfy tries to give a radical new look at Peter Pan with a new miniseries.
Here are some things that might make this week's television worth watching, in spite of the Thanksgiving lull: 1) Donald Glover playing an animated rapper named Alpha Dog. 2) A brutal look at how astronauts might survive crash-landing on Mars. 3) Two new Adventure Time episodes! 4) Lady Gaga takes over Thanksgiving!…
As the fall TV season starts to lurch to a halt, many of your favorite series are ramping up to a thunderous conclusion. The big mysteries on Fringe are thickening, and a new Walking Dead clip will just increase your apprehension about what's to come. Meanwhile, just how far will General Krell's troops go on Star…
The British dinosaurs-and-monsters show Primeval is back for a miraculous fifth season, and we've got an exclusive clip! James Lester is trapped in a kind of limbo, as he contemplates the way in which road workings create a temporal void in which nothing can move forward.
We may get to hear the new Batman villains in the very near future. One of Professor X's mutants explains his difficult life in X-Men: First Class, while Rupert Grint explains why Ron finally becomes a hero in Harry Potter.
After approximately thirty years of rumors and speculations, The Dark Knight Rises is really happening. Another X-Men: First Class villain speaks. The man with a brain the size of Kent has joined The Hobbit. Plus new Amazing Spider-Man set photos!
Fringe is back, and Walter is rocking out with Back To The Future's Christopher Lloyd! Plus Syfy's reimagined Being Human takes a bite out of Monday night. Plus new Chuck, V, No Ordinary Family and The Cape. Television loves you!
Screw Sharktopus. Frak Mansquito. This Saturday, Syfy has a planet-sized kaiju: Behemoth! Also, this week's television is weirdly obsessed with mega-earthquakes. Alyson Hannigan joins The Simpsons. Jeff Bridges meets a flying blow-up doll. Plus Adventure Time, V and Clone Wars.
A leaked The Dark Knight Rises screenplay is either the real deal or the most convincing hoax yet. Plus Joe Johnston explains why Captain America is better than his last movie, Stan Lee talks his Spider-Man reboot cameo, and more!
Feeling like there are no great adventures left on television? Don't worry — there's tons of great science fiction and fantasy coming to the small screen this year. Here's our list of the year's genre television, from superheroes to time-travelers.
This week sees the two-hour premiere of The Cape, featuring Summer Glau as a valiant blogger, plus the return of V, No Ordinary Family, Star Wars and a few other shows. Meanwhile, it's time to mourn, with a Caprica marathon.
Natalie Portman discusses the rumors that she's joining The Dark Knight Rises and the Superman reboot. A super-detailed, super-spoilery Thor plot summary hits the net. Plus a second of Captain America footage, a Spider-Man reboot set report, and much more!
Some Thor Easter eggs may include items that hint at even crazier Marvel movies in future. Are producers looking at two actors in particular for The Dark Tower? Plus a massive preview of of Britain's other time-traveling show, Primeval! Spoilerama!