As if we couldn’t possibly be more excited for a return to Twin Peaks next year, here’s a minute of Angelo Badalamenti playing Laura’s theme from the original show to make the wait for more even more excruciating.
There’s already a ton of stuff in Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods for showrunner Bryan Fuller’s TV adaptation to cover, but now we know the series is going to start delving into less-explored areas of the book’s world of deities—especially, it seems, the mysterious Mad Sweeney.
When people talk about the current golden age of TV, they’re usually referring to big, serious dramas like Breaking Bad or The Wire. I am here today to tell you that Avatar: The Last Airbender, an animated show about a group of magical kids who ride around on a flying buffalo, deserves to be counted among them.
October is National Bullying Prevention month, and as part of their seventh annual initiative to promote awareness, Cartoon Network has announced that it’s recruiting some of its most beloved shows for a month-long block of special episodes to encourage kids to stand up to bullying.
We’ve seen brief glimpses of the superteam in various Legends of Tomorrow stills and footage, but now we have them all together in our best look yet at this newest version of DC’s classic heroes.
The CW’s original “Fight Club” ad, teaming up its DC superheroes and villains, was a bit of amazingly silly fan service. How could someone possibly improve on it? Three words: Add. Kara. Danvers.
It’s Sweet Christmas Eve—i.e., the day before we get to relentlessly binge on Luke Cage—and in a now traditional move, Netflix has released the opening title sequence for the show to get everyone excited. And it’s damn good stuff.
We already know that Kara, Barry, Ollie, and the Legends are all teaming up for a one week-long crossover on the CW, and now we know why. They’ll all be facing a very old threat from the pages of DC Comics: The alien race best known as the Domination.
In news that is perhaps totally unmathematical, one of Cartoon Network’s biggest shows is officially coming to its close. Six years after Finn and Jake’s adventures started, we now know they’re nearly over—but at least it won’t be for another couple of years.
There’s about to be a new television version of Superman on the CW’s Supergirl show. Inevitably, someone’s thrown the classic 1978 Superman score behind the already released preview footage, but the results are brilliant.
If you’re still smarting over the loss of Agent Carter, then news of how it was close to making a return isn’t likely to help you cheer up. But according to Hayley Atwell, for a good period of time, ABC was optimistic about the show existing alongside Atwell’s new role in legal drama Conviction.
It’s been rumored for ages, but now it’s official: Peter Capaldi will appear as the Twelfth Doctor in the first episode of the BBC’s new young adult spinoff show Class.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a Firefly fan that hasn’t vocally wished there were more episodes of Captain Mal and his goddamned heroes trekking about the ‘verse than the show’s sole, abbreviated season. But at this point, even Nathan Fillion has entered the “acceptance” stage of the five stages of grief.
Next year, the Dark Tower movie is going to hit theaters—but a year later, it’ll have its very own companion TV show hitting the airwaves, featuring at least one of the the film’s major stars. And now we finally have some details—including the fact that the movie’s star Idris Elba will appear on the show as well.
It’s very, very brief, but considering Kara’s first season on the CW is just 20 days away, it’s kind of crazy that this is the first time we’re seeing footage from Supergirl’s sophomore showing.
Tomorrow night, Agents of SHIELD is back for its fourth season—and it’s bringing with it the arrival of the show’s biggest comic book connection yet: Ghost Rider. But this isn’t the character famously (or infamously) played in the movies by Nic Cage. Here’s what you need to know about this new Ghost Rider before he…
Honestly? Screw waiting for The Winds of Winter. I want to read all these pages of Westeros’ backstory he has sitting around .
Game of Thrones loves itself a good, gory death scene. Aside from “tits and dragons,” as Ian McShane once put it, they’re practically GoT’s raison d’etre. But sometimes even the team behind the show thinks they might be going a little too far, and pull back—and if they hadn’t, one of season six’s major deaths could’ve…