Seriously, just watch the previews for this new reality TV show, which is wants so badly to look like Hunger Games, and judge for yourselves. Meanwhile, Disney XD is giving us a brand new sneak peek at Guardians of the Galaxy and other upcoming Marvel movies. Check out clips and details for all this week's TV!
Seriously, we've been excited for months for one particular TV movie that airs this week, about metafictional bikinis and musical gang violence. We're canceling Comic-Con on Friday night so we can watch it! (Not really.) Also, Syfy is putting a curse on Vegas, and Venture Bros. is possibly making a huge, shocking…
This week, a brand new show introduces us to a group of young fortune-hunters, who strip half naked and blunder around the world's biggest meteor impact site. Plus baby mammoths, Clarke's Law put to the test, and sex possibly going extinct! Check out tons of clips and details for this week's television.
Seriously, it's been a tough time for science fiction on network TV lately — but that losing streak ends tonight, with the summer's one must-see new show, Under The Dome. Plus Syfy gives us the crazypants over-the-top summer movie you'll never admit you crave. Check out clips and details for all of this week's TV…
It's going to be tough to let go. But hopefully the final batch of Futurama episodes, starting this week, will help numb the pain of saying farewell to the Planet Express Crew. Meanwhile, there's a superhero "girls' night out," and someone finally explains how sex works. Plus Finn and Jake have a time machine!
Betty White is playing God, the actual supreme being, on TV this week. Plus our favorite supernatural drama, Zero Hour, is back! So is True Blood! And most of all, we're wondering who on Earth thought a cartoon based on the Pac-Man video game was a good plan.
The summer TV season is ramping up, and there are some pretty frickin' great shows coming our way. Falling Skies is back and juicier than ever, and so are Continuum and Teen Wolf. But there's one new show you absolutely can't afford to miss.
Jodi Harvey-Brown has a somewhat different take on the notion of pop-up books. She uses novels, biographies, and books of short stories as both the inspiration and materials for her open book paper sculptures, reworking the pages to illustrate characters, ships, and scenes from the tales. The end results are lovely,…
Many of us grew up gorging on the Ray Harryhausen Sinbad series, which started in the 1950s with The 7th Voyage of Sinbad. There were fighting skeletons, a stop-motion cyclops, and more. But should the franchise really get an update?