The Series finale of Gravity Falls! The Return of Vikings! Mulder & Scully meet their sexy doppelgangers! And would you believe TWO episodes of Agent Carter? It’s all on This Week’s TV!
It sounds like something from a fantasy video game: While trekking the mountainous wild, a man in Norway recently stumbled upon an ancient, intact sword. And with the right treatment, it could still be used to vanquish baddies today, experts say.
For the first time since its discovery in 2011, this ornate 1,000-year-old Viking sword is being shown to the public. Dating back to the final days of the Vikings, it has been linked to battles in England.
A team of Icelandic archaeologists working in central Reykjavik were looking for the remnants of a farm cottage built in 1799—so imagine their surprise when they found a longhouse dating back to the 9th century AD instead.
The Vikings were responsible for crafting some weapons that smiths still look back on with admiration today — but did that ingenuity extend to also building something capable of stopping those weapons? Yes, but it might not look exactly as you imagined.
Orphan Black is back! While we're excited to find out what's in store after last season's big clone reveal, there's more TV goodness in store this week: Major Lazer gets its own cartoon; we learn Melinda May's secret origin on SHIELD, and The CW debuts its new angel drama The Messengers.
The Man Without Fear is about to make his Netflix debut, and judging from what we've already seen, a lot of you will be up late this weekend watching all 13 episodes of Daredevil. Plus, Game of Thrones is back — and the current seasons of 12 Monkeys and Helix are coming to an end.
Yes, Mark Hamill is back in his second most iconic DC role in this week's The Flash. Will Syfy's Greek mythology show Olympus be cheesy fun or just plain terrible? Plus, Outlander's back from its honeymoon, Archer finishes up its season finale, and Steven Universe crosses over with Uncle Grandpa.
Word is that this week's Walking Dead season finale will be full of tears, so be sure to stock up on tissues. Meanwhile, Community awards a college degree to a dog, Finch's plan unfolds on Person of Interest, Captain Cold and Heat Wave are back on The Flash, and on Arrow, the Suicide Squad gets a new mission.
Ancient texts tell of encounters between Viking Age Scandavia and the Islamic world, but material evidence supporting the interaction of these two civilizations is rare. This ring, recently reexamined more than 100 years after its discovery in a ninth century Viking grave, lends credence to these accounts.
What happens when a medical resident is turned into a zombie, complete with a hankering for brains? We find out in Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas' new show iZombie. Plus, Community is back for its much anticipated sixth season — and with a few new students. Get the latest clips and details below.
It's finally here: Powers, the cops-for-superheroes TV show based on the comic book debuts this week, and we'll see if it lives up to the source material. (Eddie Izzard as a villain is a good start.) Plus, we've got tons of new Steven Universe this week and check out what Tara and Eugene are up to on next week's …
The season finale of Star Wars Rebels airs tonight, and we get an appearance by none other than Darth Vader. Agents of SHIELD returns and things are looking...Inhuman. Plus, CSI launches a cybercrimes division, and we've got the latest clips from 12 Monkeys, Helix, and The Walking Dead.
This week's Gotham involves a clown fight, the Flying Graysons, and perhaps our first real glimpse of the Joker. Vikings returns for a third season of war-filled historical fiction. Archer ends up at Area 51, Gravity Falls does a bit of ghostbusting, and a character from the comics turns up on Walking Dead.
Archaeologists working in Norway have found a 1,300 year-old ski with the binding and leather straps still attached. The discovery, made possible because of melting ice, shows that Vikings were able to move fast and steady on the snow. It's one of only 20 pre-modern skis to be found in Norway, and only the second with…
It's been 60 years since a viking fortress was discovered, leading historians to assume that we'd uncovered everything there is to uncover. But this weekend, Danish and English archaeologists announced they've unearthed evidence of a new fortress that's been sought after for years—and they used some pretty cool tech…
In the first millennium CE, Vikings wore little replicas of Thor's hammer Mjölnir, like this one discovered recently in Denmark. What's incredible about this find are the runes on the hammer.
After touring a museum, what do you think is the best gift shop souvenir to commemorate your visit? A post card? A magnet? The online gift shop for the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde, Denmark, has got something far more appropriate: an actual viking boat to stage your own conquests.
Maria Hill, fresh from her stint in Captain America 2, returns to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this week and Santanico Pandemonium has a deadly dance on From Dusk Till Dawn. Plus, Supernatural prepares its spinoff and Vikings and Resurrection close their seasons. Details below!
Watching this week's episode of Vikings had me pondering this question. (Relax, the image isn't a spoiler.) Some shows routinely kill off characters while others not so much. Spoilers for Vikings, The Walking Dead and 24 ahead.