This season of Game of Thrones has been like putting together the last few pieces of a puzzle. The whole picture is beginning to take shape. So it’s fitting that HBO is releasing six official puzzles for the show, all of which are 1,000 pieces and end up 19 x 27 inches when assembled.
Disney XD’s revitalized and rebooted DuckTales is a testament to the staying power of Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie. It’s also a grand showing of how far animation in general has come since 1987.
Twin Peaks: The Return, or Twin Peaks season three, or the greatest TV show of all time, whatever you prefer to call it, hasn’t been a ratings smash for Showtime. But it’s created a huge uptick in subscriptions, and the network is apparently open to doing more seasons—if David Lynch is, too.
Seeing your character represented in cosplay is a time-honored right of passage these days. Of course, when you’re the new Doctor and you’ve been seen for a grand total of one minute, you probably don’t expect to see it so soon.
One of the greatest love stories on the original Twin Peaks was the fiery passion between former high school sweethearts Big Ed (Everett McGill) and Norma (Peggy Lipton). Though they broke up and married other people, they continued to ardently pine for each other. Last night on Twin Peaks: The Return, we got an…
Team Voltron is back, but everything has changed for the Paladins, and not for the better. But while the new season of Voltron: Legendary Defenders greatly expands the universe of the show, fans eager to see the crew find their footing after season two’s tragic cliffhanger might find these new episodes a little…
io9's Winter Forecast returns with hosts Beth Elderkin and Katharine Trendacosta, talking about “The Spoils of Conquest,” one of Game of Thrones’ fieriest episodes ever. Also: the Iron Bank, dragonglass and cave paintings, Bran vs. Littlefinger, and so much more. Watch here!
Where to even begin? “The Spoils of War” was the reason we watch Game of Thrones, one of those episodes that starts entertaining and ends with an epic spectacle it’s hard to believe you’re actually seeing. And all it took was Daenerys tossing clever men’s clever plans in the garbage, and then setting a record number…
No fooling around: We have to talk about what just went down.
The official website for American Horror Story: Cult has a creepy clown cultist puzzle you can solve that reveals actors in costume and the names of their new characters. There’s a doctor of some kind and a detective—and wait, remember when Ryan Murphy said this season was going to feature the election?
Seriously, can you pack anymore awesome into a single headline?
The USS Discovery has got to be a ship stuck in one location, based on the number of weird u-turns and backpedals it has done. Contrary to the article in which Entertainment Weekly previewed its cover story on Star Trek: Discovery, apparently “God” is a perfectly fine word for a Terran to say.
Dave Bautista lets slip that he’s working on another superhero movie franchise. John Boyega discusses Carrie Fisher’s legacy in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Get a teeny new glimpse of IT’s Pennywise in action. Plus tons of new Defenders pictures and the debut of Pickle Rick on Rick and Morty. To me, my spoilers!
Twin Peaks: The Return is visually stunning and thematically complex, with dozens of characters and plot lines inhabiting a world that’s slowly being invaded by a dark parallel dimension. “Slowly” is a key descriptor, but the show’s unique pace is a very deliberate choice made by David Lynch.
CBS’s Zoo—about a team of globe-trotting experts battling a catastrophic animal uprising and its aftermath—might be the most insane show on network TV, and it’s only gotten crazier in its current third season. Here are Zoo’s most WTF moments... so far.
Comic book fans know that The Defenders’ Iron Fist and Luke Cage are destined to work together. But we’ve seen the trailers, we’ve seen the two of them fighting, and we know that it’s not friendship at first sight. So, what is the root of the problem?
At the recent San Diego Comic-Con, we got a chance to talk to Stranger Things executive producer Shawn Levy moments after the awesome season two trailer dropped. Naturally, the first word on our lips was “Thriller”—and as Levy revealed, the iconic Michael Jackson song almost didn’t make it into the clip.
About a million things happened on “The Queen’s Justice” last night, but there’s only thing that really matters—the long, long, long-awaited moment where the King in the North met the Mother of Dragons, and the series’ two main characters finally came face-to-face. The scene could not have been more anticipated… and…
During his presentation at this year’s Television Critics Association press junket, Starz CEO Chris Albrecht was open about the network’s desire to keep the success it saw with the first season of American Gods moving forward as it looks to the future. Ideally, Albrecht said, American Gods would go on indefinitely.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Star Trek: Discovery, a weird conglomeration of good impulses and bad choices. What is it about Tribbles that everyone feels the need to include them in their prequels?