This is absolutely golden. Thanks to the magics of the internet, somebody was able to leak the secret off-camera conversations between Morgan Freeman and Christan Bale on the set of The Dark Knight Rises. In these short snippets of mania, learn how Freeman has no idea who Batman actually is and how his dulcet voice…
The indispensable Neil Patrick Harris appears on two different cartoons this week, as a handsome prince and a deadly supervillain — and he sings power ballads both times! Plus there are season finales of Torchwood, True Blood and Futurama.
The man behind Walter Bishop, John Noble, proves that the real world is just as demented as Fringe's bizarre science, as he hosts a new show featuring "twisted but true" stories. MTV gives us C.O.P.S. with zombies and werewolves. And meanwhile, the Doctor ventures into a child's scary bedroom, on Doctor Who. And both …
A Time Lord may be running out of time, as Doctor Who comes back this weekend. And meanwhile, see the Venture Bros. like you've never seen them before. And somebody finally had the bright idea of giving Summer Glau superpowers!
Why does Fry suddenly look like a member of the Simpson family? You'll have to watch our new Futurama clip to find out. Meanwhile, the Warehouse 13 gang go inside a video game to save Eureka's Fargo...and Claudia's an elf!
Television is about to get interesting again! Doctor Who's coming back soon, and BBC America is celebrating with a look at Matt Smith's tenure as the Doctor. And meanwhile, Firefly's Jewel Staite is back in action, staving off Doomsday.
We've got an exclusive clip from tomorrow night's episode of Ugly Americans (a show set in an alternate monster-populated universe). This week, it seems they're lampooning The Omen, but with a nasty baby girl demon — aptly named Lilith.
There's no new Lost this week, but luckily there are new episodes of V, Flashforward, Chuck, Doctor Who (Nazis vs. Daleks?!?), and more: the season finales of Ugly Americans and Clone Wars, and Tony Stark making the talk show circuit.
The miracle of life gets exponentially weirder this week with polymorphic embryos on Fringe and scary Visitor babies on V. Also, new Lost, SGU, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Ugly Americans, Vampire Diaries, and more!
What's on the tube this week? The return of Doctor Who, Hurley has his moment in the sun, and we bid adieu to Human Target. Jump in your TARDIS, this is What To Watch!
In this week's Ugly Americans, zombies become an allegory for all 1960s culture wars, gelatinous blobs are bigots, yetis are Eurotrash, and New Jersey is an undead-filled cesspool. How can we hate when we're all monsters?
What's new on TV this week? How about Desmond's return to the Island, creepy V pregnancies, incompetent wizards, and the Mega Piranha? We're in the salad days of Spring TV - a zillion awesome shows await you!
On Ugly Americans this week, Mark babysits, Callie wants to adopt the baby, and Twayne wants to eat the baby. Also, Mark almost dies maybe a half-dozen times this episode. That's once every 5 minutes.
We're about to lose Lost, and many of your other favorites are going on break. But luckily, a bunch of great new series are starting up. Get ready for new doses of True Blood, Doctor Who, SGU and Breaking Bad.
Will scaly reptiloid Anna have a pixie cut like her human suit does? Let's table such pressing questions for a hot second and focus on this week's TV. Brace yourself for new episodes of V, Fringe, Smallville, and Stargate Universe!
Last night's episode of Ugly Americans - "An American Werewolf In America" - expanded the show's weird NYC universe with unruly lycanthropes, exploding magic lions, wizard open mic nights, and yes, a Brobdingnagian toddler attorney.
In this week's What To Watch, we welcome back stalwarts like The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural - and wish Caprica adieu as it puts its cold, metallic feet up for a few months. Also, new Lost, Chuck, and more!
Ugly Americans' cast of undead, enchanted, and cybernetic New Yorkers offers plenty to amuse B-movie fans. But it's the frenetic animation from Augenblick Studios that really gives the new comedy series its bite.
Ugly Americans debuts tomorrow, but Comedy Central has cued us in to this 10 minute preview. Meet social worker Mark Lilly, his zombie roomie Randall, Mark's demonic boss Callie, the obnoxious Great Brain, and those damn land whales.
What's hopping this week in TV Land? The returns of FlashForward and Breaking Bad, and the premiere of the dementedly fun zom-com Ugly Americans. All this, and new Lost, Caprica, Chuck, and oodles more on this week's What To Watch!