We loved the classic Incredible Hulk TV series for so many reasons — but one of the main factors was the beautiful sorrow of the green berserker who is all alone because nobody understands him. We're excited to premiere this supercut of all the best "lonely Hulk" scenes, featuring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno in pain.
Television is a medium that requires bizarre things to happen every week, like clockwork. So the most successful TV shows are often the ones which engineer recurring weirdness the most smoothly. And this can result in some... odd premises. Here are 10 classic TV shows that kind of creepy if you think about them too…
Time travel and temporal anomalies can be messy and unpleasant. When time starts getting out of whack, anything can happen. People can be born over and over, meet themselves, relive the same day, or just screw up all their relationships. Here are all the ways people get tangled in their own timelines in science…
Time travel stories are some of the coolest tales in the universe. But sometimes, when you're lost in the time-space continuum, things can get pretty crazy. Time-lag, paradox overload, etc. So you gotta have rules to make sense of the vortex. Here are the 10 silliest rules for time travel that people have come up with.
Last night, Breaking Bad broke us once and for all, with a fitting ending that gave us tons of closure. But many of our favorite TV shows have straight-up kicked us in the teeth on their way out. Here are the most brutal series finales of science fiction and fantasy TV shows.
China may have cracked down on television shows that depict time travel — but meanwhile, in Korea, journeys through time became the hottest trend on the small screen.
The freak of the week. The monster of the week. The planet of the week. Many of science fiction's most memorable TV shows have relied on this time-tested formula that allows them to be episodic, yet thematic. Right now, Alcatraz is giving us the convict of the week, while Grimm is giving us the fairy-tale monster of…
While compiling our list of fan campaigns that saved TV shows, we stumbled across a group of Quantum Leap fanatics known as "The Leapers." And they ruled.
Do fan campaigns ever work? With Community still in questionable limbo, it's time to step back, assess past save-our-show protests, and learn from those motivated viewers who did succeed (however briefly). Which fans saved their series, and what can they teach us today?
You can't travel to other planets or other times — not yet, anyway. But there are plenty of great landmarks from science fiction and fantasy that you can visit, right here on Earth. Here are 10 great fannish tourist destinations.
Forget going to strange planets — the weirdest journey is stepping into someone else's skin. Seeing and touching the world in a whole new way. Quantum Leap positively owns this idea, but lots of other stories have gone there.
Oh Boy! We did not see this coming: Scott Bakula himself released some info about a Quantum Leap movie. Which is supposedly being handled by a big time Hollywood producer — but with a new Sam Beckett.
Still stumped on a Halloween costume idea? Maybe you can take your cue from these Halloween-loving characters from science fiction and fantasy. Check out what these folks wear to celebrate the season of horror.
Hollywood may have shown lack of judgment when it comes to adapting television shows into movies - Land of The Lost, anyone? - but that doesn't mean we're content to stay quiet and not warn them off certain shows nonetheless.
When Meredith spoke with Syfy president David Howe this week, he revealed that the newly-rebranded network was looking for a new space opera to replace BSG. But considering their love of remakes, why not just use an old one?
Fans who saved Chuck for another season are now wondering what lies ahead for the denizens of the Buy More. Tight-lipped producers are hinting at revealing some secrets at San Diego Comic-Con, but here's what we want to hear.
Steve Coogan, the comic genius behind Hamlet 2, Tristram Shandy and 24 Hour Party People, is producing a British version of the 1990s time traveling series Quantum Leap. But who will replace Scott Bakula?