This week, we have the season finale of Tower Prep and the season premiere of Primeval, and marathons of Doctor Who, Twilight Zone, and assorted other classics. Plus Rufus Sewell meets a mermaid, and Alec "Obi-Wan" Guinness pioneers science-fiction comedy.
The big event on television this week is the return of Doctor Who, airing in the U.S. and U.K. on the same day. There are also two new episodes of the vastly underrated Tower Prep. Plus some fun marathons!
Set your DVR's: we've got the entire schedule of can't-miss science fiction and fantasy television. The good news is, fall TV offers more of Fringe's red-haired alternate Olivia Dunham. Plus rogue spies, weird conspiracies, superpowered families... and the Walking Dead.
Christopher Nolan might shoot Batman 3 entirely using IMAX cameras. We now know which Transformers character Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is playing. Star Trek 2 might start filming earlier than we thought. And Paul's stars explain the look of the alien.
Captain America and X-Men: First Class keep on adding castmembers. Edgar Wright explains how Ant-Man will bring the funny. There are clips from J.J. Abrams' Undercovers, and fresh Bioshock hints. Plus The Last Airbender, Breaking Dawn, True Blood and Supernatural.
The purported first twenty pages of Undercovers — J.J. Abrams' married spy thriller debuting on NBC this fall — were leaked to the Italian website Il Post. What's the show about? Sexy espionage action and unsexy married life. Spoilers on.
You've seen sneak peeks of J.J. Abrams Undercovers and the show some people are calling the new Lost, The Event. But now see the full-length feature trailers, clips and interviews. Plus True Blood's full-length season 3 promo has been released!
The cast of Cowboys And Aliens keeps getting better. Stars talk Thor, Jonah Hex, Transformers 3, Fringe and Eureka. There are details on the Wachowskis' war movie. New Airbender, Cape, Undercovers and Chuck pics. Plus Supernatural, Doctor Who and Lost.
Watch Martha Jones' sister kick a whole lot of ass in our first clip from J.J. Abrams' new spy show Undercovers. It looks frankly amazing. And there's also a tense clip from NBC's new 24-esque conspiracy show The Event.
Here's your first glimpse of the costumed superhero in NBC's new show The Cape, starring Dave Lyons and Summer Glau. It's just one of seven new genre shows the networks have given the green light to for fall 2010.
NBC announced that it was officially picking up J.J. Abrams' brand new TV show, Undercovers about spies who are also married. Take a look at the new CIA agents in hiding and learn about the super secret TV plot.
Is science fiction doomed on television? Hell no! Here are 18 TV series in the pipeline that could recharge your love of the fantastical, including alien invasions, dinosaurs, superheroes, time travel, super-spies, government conspiracies, zombies and changelings. Minor spoilers ahead.