The previous seasons of The Leftovers focused on the devastating aftereffects of the Departure, an event that altered reality and coaxed some mighty strange behavior from those left behind. Season three began last night, and instead of looking back, the world is now looking ahead—to the end.
Artist Dan Parent and writer-inker Ty Templeton are working together on the just-announced Your Pal Archie, which is an “all-ages” book that will modernize the looks of the characters by taking inspiration from Riverdale. If they want to keep the book all-ages, the fashion will have to be all they take from the show.
Just ahead of the season premiere of Doctor Who, the good people at the OED had a little tie-in to announce: “sonic screwdriver,” the Doctor’s multipurpose magic tool, is getting its own entry.
Doctor Who made its welcome (and long overdue) return this past weekend, and it was all decidedly new: a new companion, new tone, and in some ways, a new sensibility from showrunner Steven Moffat, as compared to his past few seasons on the series. Still, for all its freshness, season 10's opening episode couldn’t help…
As is traditional for this show (so far), the third season of Outlander will (mostly) follow the third book in Diana Gabaldon’ series, Voyager. And last night, Starz gave us a glimpse of what that will look like thank to this new trailer. Spoiler alert: pining, separation, and sadness.
The fourth and final season of Star Wars Rebels won’t debut until the fall, but the first part of the season premiere screened at Star Wars Celebration.
After what feels like ages, The Doctor is back! And this time, he’s brought along a new best friend in the form of Bill Potts. We’ll have a full recap of “The Pilot” up Monday morning, for now, unleash your spoiler-laden thoughts on Doctor Who’s return in this conveniently placed thread!
Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? Well, the answer to that perennial question might become a little bit easier to answer. If rumors are to be believed, the international superthief might be heading to Netflix for a new animated series.
Fans don’t like to let their favorites go, but now they don’t have to. We live in a world desperate to remake, reboot, and flat-out return to beloved franchises, hunting the closest thing to a sure audience there is. But the more beloved these continuations are, they harder they are to get right. Fans want them to…
Unless there’s a new movie, it’s rare for Star Wars fans to learn something new about old Star Wars content. That changes at Star Wars Celebration, which is where Star Wars Rebels and Clone Wars producer Dave Filoni chose to reveal an unfinished, unaired snippet from The Clone Wars featuring two popular characters.
We all know in our souls that being a redshirt on Star Trek is basically like having a death wish. But our old enemy, math, has stepped in again to tell us that we’re wrong.
Fortitude’s second season premieres tomorrow on Amazon Prime. If this news doesn’t excite you, that just means you haven’t yet watched the UK-made show’s first season (also on Amazon Prime). Let io9 give you this public service announcement: Go watch it. At least if you think you’d enjoy a totally gripping, incredibly…
I’m back, my bulk mail brothers and sisters! I am also now 40 years old, which means if you enjoy my opinions and mail column, I officially have the wisdom of age on my side. If you don’t, no worries, because death is coming for me. This week: Baby Groot hate! Mutant-Inhuman hybrids! And—gasp!—the merits of The Big…
Jon Bernthal’s Punisher was one of the best parts of Daredevil’s second season—but fans waiting to see a glimpse of the actor in Frank Castle’s comic getup only got to see a glimpse at the end of the season. However, new set pictures from Frank’s solo show have give us our best look yet at at least part of the getup,…
Last season’s The Magicians ended with a hell of a cliffhanger, and it looks like this year is going to be no different. In fact, the Syfy series has gotten the ball rolling early, with a penultimate episode that not only saw the very surprising return to two characters, but finally put an end to one of the most…
The best thing about Supergirl moving to the CW and moving its production to Vancouver was that it meant that it was much easier to bring the DC/CW shows together for things like the musical episode. The worst part was that it meant losing Calista Flockhart’s Cat Grant as a regular. BUT SHE’S BACK, BABY!
When most people think of Stephen King’s The Mist, the first thing that comes to mind is the 2007 movie (and its incredibly messed-up ending). But if Spike TV has its way, that’ll change in June, when The Mist TV show—which just dropped its first trailer—makes its debut.
Today, Entertainment Weekly revealed that Nyssa al Ghul will make a re-appearance to fight her sister Talia in Arrow’s fifth season finale. Normally an announcement like this wouldn’t be much of a draw, but it has us questioning: why the hell is the CW bringing back so many characters to Arrow right now?
The ending of Lost was almost much bigger than what audiences saw. Nothing was that different. The characters and island were always going to be what they ended up being. But, one big addition would have changed things significantly: a volcano.
Stephen Amell, who uses Twitter with the same force as a firehose, welcomed an old friend back to the set of Arrow. And while we are almost certain it’s a flashback and not an actual return, I’m still good with it.