It’s starting to be the saddest time of year. This fall saw a slew of new TV shows, but nowadays there’s just too much television to keep track of. And as winter comes, fall TV shows get mown down like wheat. Sometimes, cancelation is a mercy. But here are 11 shows that died just as they found their feet.
The Air Force is planning to cut back its drone flights from 65 a day to 60 a day because drone operators are “burning out,” reports the The New York Times.
Sometimes, the Devil gets a bad rap. Oh, sure, not all of the time — a lot of the time he's evil incarnate — but sometimes he's just a nice guy with a job to do, a job that just happens to be damning people's souls. Here are seven portrayals of the Prince of Darkness that prove being damned doesn't make you a dick.
Iran welcomed a new addition to its drone fleet on Monday with the unveiling of the Fotros. Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan says this familiar-looking can do anything from taking pictures of Israel to protecting Iran's borders. So he says.
During the Cold War, it wasn't hard to determine who could have been behind an airborne nuclear strike—just check behind the Iron Curtain. But in the modern era of nuclear proliferation, figuring out who set off a bomb would be more akin to crime scene investigation.
I know that weapons kill. And I know that drones can be particularly deadly. That's the destructive nature of war, after all. But do we really need to feature the symbol of death in our military badges?
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?
How many drones can you lose in a month? Apparently not enough: the US Air Force lost another drone today, a General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper, this time on the Seychelles.
Few years have passed since we first heard about the Predator drones used by the Air Force and other organizations, yet it's already time to begin waving goodbye to the outrageously expensive aircraft as their more dangerous replacements take over.
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.
It takes guts to turn your heroine into a horror-movie monster, and sorta mean it. Last night, Echo's propensity for going beyond her mission parameters finally turned scary and wrong. Won't somebody think of the children? Spoilers below.
An MQ-9 Reaper drone's fail-safe programming failed and it rushed through Afghanistan's airspace on Sunday. The US Air Force simply responded by sending a manned plane to shoot it down. Turns out this isn't all that uncommon.
One Reaper actress's Twitter page was all, well, atwitter yesterday with the news that the canceled CW show was 90% certain to find new life on SyFy. Or maybe somewhere else. Still, Reaper's resurrection chances seem to be improving.
Get ready to meet you're favorite gang of fast food late night characters in the flesh. Aqua Teen Hunger Force is going live-action, and T-Pain is playing Frylock. Plus Bat-Mite is here to pester Batman with all the fan questions he can muster, and then there's the Reaper finale.
Robots are officially on the battlefield—UAVs like the Predator and Reaper patrol the skies while militarized bomb-disposal robots like the Talon detonate explosives on the ground. But where are the humanoids? Roboticist and author Daniel H. Wilson makes the case for a humanoid robot army.
It's the dry month between the end of winter programming and new summer shows. Never fear: we've got awesome clips from Reaper and Batman to get you through the week, without having to go outside.