The Crypt-Keeper can officially stay in his grave.
Though Ridley Scott is best-known for directing feature films, including this week’s Alien: Covenant, he’s also extremely involved in TV—one recent example being his producing role on The Man in the High Castle. Next up, he’ll be working with TNT to bring even more science fiction to the airwaves.
Are you not watching The Librarians? It’s still the most fun you’ll have Sunday nights, with last night combining zany vampire antics with some truly heartbreaking scenes confronting mortality. We talked to actress Lindy Booth, who plays Cassandra, about everything that happened in one of the show’s finest episodes.
M. Night Shyamalan’s new Tales From The Crypt series might already be floating to the top of the tank, as TNT has confirmed it’s having trouble securing rights for the original comic, which means the series could get delayed or scrapped.
The Librarians comes back this Sunday, and I am looking forward to it so much. It’s a show that is committed to having fun and is a wonderful chaser to darker dramas. I’m going to watch it after Westworld so I can actually get to sleep, is what I’m saying.
The Librarians is the television equivalent of comfort food to me. Watching the show just makes me happy whenever I watch it. Even if star Noah Wyle is the least great thing in it.
Our heroes at The Librarians may have taken on the greats of Arthurian legend and the wiliest of literature’s villains, but Vanessa Williams’ General Cynthia Rockwell is honestly the scariest. After all, what’s magic compared to government backing?
For the first time ever, movie director and screenwriter Luc Besson (Lucy) will tell a tale for the American small screen. He’s creating a new show for TNT titled Artificial Intelligence, about a robot gone rogue and the people who must stop it.
When TNT started filming a pilot for its long-in-the-works adaptation of the DC superhero team, the Teen Titans, we wondered if it was going to be one DC live-action show too many. Turns out we need not have worried: Titans is officially dead.
The iconic horror anthology series Tales From the Crypt is coming back to TV from one of our most polarizing filmmakers. M. Night Shyamalan will produce the reboot as part of new horror-centric block that’s coming to TNT.
Anyone else feel like The Librarians could have focused on standalone episodes this season and been better off? “And the Final Curtain” did nothing to justify Prospero’s existence as a villain and was really an excuse to travel through time and meet Shakespeare.
In “And the Happily Ever Afters,” The Librarians ramped up to the final confrontation with Prospero (which I still don’t care about) and delivered us a look at everyone’s greatest wishes.
If there is one thing I have learned from fiction, it’s that finding the lost city of Atlantis is never a good thing. And it looks like the librarians are going to discover that for themselves when season 2 of The Librarians returns to TNT.
It's clear the action will escalate ("A NEW ENEMY WILL SURFACE," ominous shot of the White House, etc.) on season two of The Last Ship, TNT's adaptation of William Brinkley's post-apocalyptic novel about a Navy vessel that manages to dodge a global plague ... but runs into all kinds o' hellish problems in its…
The "Men's Adventure" novel is a strange thing. At the height of its popularity, in the late 60s and 70s, it was being written by dozens of peculiar and reclusive authors. But the influence of this weird genre is still felt today. Here's the strange history of Mack Bolan and his many imitators.
DC does not seem concerned about this at all, since they and Warner Bros. keep producing them. The latest property to get the small screen treatment are the Teen Titans, as TNT is about to order a pilot based on the Teen Titans called, simply Titans.
Light the touchpaper and stand well back, because we're about to... make sustainable electricity? That's the idea according to a researcher from MIT, whose vision for future power generation involves a healthy dose of TNT.
Today I learned that scientists blow up 100 tons of TNT in the middle of nowhere not just for the fun of it, but to listen to the blast. The Comprehensive Nuclear‑Test‑Ban Treaty Organization sets microphones thousands of miles away to listen to low frequency waves produced by these TNT explosions.
This summer, TNT will debut a new series called The Last Ship from producer Michael Bay. It is, of course, about the crew of a naval destroyer trying to find a cure for a plague that's killed off most of the rest of the world, while the rest of the world tries to steal said cure. But that's not that fun part.
What if Grey's Anatomy and House had more supernatural stuff? Well, then they would be TNT's new medical drama Proof, which sounds like all the other medical dramas ever made, but with brief pauses for doctors to look inside the chest cavities of their patients and shout "Any ghosts in there?"