The first Heroes Reborn trailer didn’t inspire confidence. “Pretentious,” is what we called it. But this second one has what the first was lacking: Actual heroes, including everyone’s favorite time-traveller Hiro Nakamura (Masi Oki).
San Diego Comic-Con is a white-hot furnace in which projects are made, or destroyed. Some emerge from the flames stronger, with invincible buzz levels, while others are melted down. Here's our list of the people and projects that gained buzz from Comic-Con, and the ones that lost some of their buzz.
Yesterday we the people swiftly crowdfunded a Veronica Mars movie. Whether you're for or against the massive fan funding, one thing is certain: the success of Rob Thomas' Kickstarter is certainly going to inspire plenty of canned TV shows to try to convince their fans to pay out for a second coming. Including Chuck.
Finally a Disney Princess movie we can sing along with! Tangled the computer-animated retelling of Rapunzel, has released a handful of clips along with its catchy soundtrack. Take a listen to Donna Murphy kill it in "Mother Knows Best."
What sort of foot-long sandwich does Summer Glau like? Find out in quasi-pornographic detail, involving a thigh-knife, in this clip from last night's Chuck. Which also guest-starred Rob Riggle as that guy from The Daily Show. Spoilers ahead!
Last night, Chuck was wrasslin' with Rassilon! Timothy Dalton's superb guest-starring turn managed to elevate an otherwise "meh" episode, at least until it took a startling turn in its final moments. Spoilers ahead!
For a minute or so, last night's Chuck episode achieved true demented greatness. Robert Englund stares into the face of insanity — as concocted by Jeff and Lester, our favorite dancing psychopaths. Spoilers ahead.
Firefly fans who've heard that Adam Baldwin rocks the house on Chuck but haven't yet investigated for themselves should really check out last night's Baldwin-tastic episode. Seldom has the Hero of Canton been in such awesome comedy form. Spoilers ahead!
I'm beginning to think that Chuck is actually suffering from the syndrome that some people think afflicted Moonlighting or Lois and Clark: the two leads get together, and the storytelling goes a bit sproingy. Spoilers ahead...
It's a high-fashion beatdown, with Sarah and a supermodel spy trashing each other in the dressing room and on the catwalk. Just one of two all-time-great moments in last night's Chuck. The other being Morgan Grimes' management seminar. Spoilers ahead...
Here's the most inspired moment from last night's Chuck, in which Sarah thinks she's sending an S.O.S. to Chuck, and Morgan thinks she's making an erotic connection. Rrrrroww! We're glad Chuck is back, even though this wasn't the greatest episode.
Kick-ass damsels in distress, a charming/bumbling hero, quirky animals, and silly one-note side characters. The new trailer for Disney's computer-animated Rapunzel film reminds us all why we wanted to live in a castle when we were little.
NBC's Chuck will be following in the footsteps of Alias, swapping daddy issues for mom mysteries. The search for Chuck's mom will drive the fourth season, producers told Comic Con. Spoilers ahead...
The season finale of Chuck reminded us why we loved this show in the first place: villainous cackles, fisticuffs, and a nougatty emotional center.
The penultimate episode of the third season brings lots of revelation, awesomeness, evil portent, and Yvonne Strahovski in tanktops. Too bad it came wrapped in a Chuck's-a-moron shell.
Love, and a faulty Intersect, might be driving Chuck crazy — crazy enough to get him locked up in the psych ward. Meanwhile, Ellie's getting wooed by the Ring and Morgan's getting his groove back.
The newly committed Chuck and Sarah couple meet the CIA's most successful married spies: Fred Willard and Swoozie Kurtz. Oh, and there's a tiger, the Awesomes' African adventure, and Morgan posting up on Big Mike.
Chuck and Sarah are finally together, romancing their way across Europe. But is the spy life the life they truly want, or is it time for them to leave it all behind for love? Not if evil can help it.
Chuck started out as a show about a hapless nerd who gets the sum total of spy knowledge uploaded into his brain, but it's grown into a superspy action-drama-romance. We saw tomorrow's pivotal episode and talked to the creative team.
This season, Chuck has seen best buds Chuck and Morgan torn apart by suspicion and secrets, but as actors Zachary Levi and Joshua Gomez explain, sometimes that's just part of growing up. Only with added spy subtext.