Your first glimpse of the next Walking Dead includes Rick trying to explain himself to the others — and it doesn't look good. But also, this week's TV includes the beginning of the Christmas-themed TV movies — including one where Carrie Fisher is a cranky ghost. Meanwhile, Adventure Time is back, and trippier than…
This week in the world of cartoons, we unfortunately see the series finale of Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, but we get a very cool Doctor Who/Star Wars crossover and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic returns!
You may already know everything there is to know about Firefly — but you still might discover something new from the huge extravaganza airing this week. Syfy comes up with a novel explanation for where superstorms come from: ghosts! Also, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes proves once and for all that it deserved a…
This week's episode of American Horror Story: Asylum is all about a massive storm devastating the Northeastern United States... coincidence, or demonic inspiration? Also, there's one of the weirdest-sounding Monty Python specials ever, combining animation and the voice of a dead Python. Ben Edlund is back, and doing…
This week in the world of cartoons, rebel Saw Gerrera becomes a major player in the Star Wars Universe, Starscream begs for mercy on Transformers: Prime, and we see three tales of Halloween terror on Regular Show!
American Horror Story is back, and quite possibly twice as insane as last season. Plus Walking Dead ups the ante, proving that basic cable horror is a flourishing genre at last. We get an intense look inside the making of Hitchcock's The Birds. And it turns out that if you write to Dracula instead of Santa, you get a…
This week in the world of cartoons, Aunt May goes out on a date with Agent Coulson on Ultimate Spider-Man, the Avengers get replaced, creepy cloned penguins watch you sleep on Adventure Time, and the Green Lantern enters a Dickensian world!
What's on TV this week? The return of The Walking Dead, plus the premieres of The CW's Green Arrow TV show and the Beauty and the Beast revamp. There's the first ever airing of something they're calling Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. And learn how to make your own Viking sword!
This week in the world of cartoons, Captain America and Spider-Man break into the Latverian Embassy on Ultimate Spider-Man, Regular Show brings it with a half-hour Halloween special, Thor fights Hulk on Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and we get to meet a new dragon on Riders of Berk!
What does television have in store for you this week? The season premiere of Supernatural, with a brand new direction! The 100th episode of Adventure Time! MythBusters fact-checks James Cameron! Bullying in space and nudity at the mall! The Anti-Monitor and Red Hulk! Disco Medusa!
This week in the world of cartoons, EVERYTHING comes back! Star Wars:The Clone Wars (now on Saturday mornings), Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and Young Justice: Invasion return this week, putting the DC vs. Marvel cartoon wars into full effect.
This is an absolutely massive week of television. There are a ton of new shows premiering, including Last Resort and the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But also, a ton of shows are coming back, including Fringe, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Person of Interest, and DC Nation. There's also a totally separate Star Wars…
This week in the world of cartoons, the Avengers find themselves infected by a mysterious gas and targeted for arrest, Peter Parker isn't good enough to be Spider-Man, while Finn and Jake are caught in the middle of a Fire Kingdom assassination plot.
This week's television includes the premieres of three shows, including Eric Kripke's Revolution, in which all the technology fails. Except for hairstyling technology, which never fails. But that's not all! Also, there's a documentary about how NASA became the first Martian music label. And Dylan Hunt himself, Kevin…
This week on television, the Peter Porker: the Spectacular Spider-Ham stories become canon. Sort of. We also get to find out what it would be like if Tony Stark ruled the world. Doctor Who does a Western episode. But most of all, Syfy is having two monster movies, back to back.
Television is going to teach us what happened to the dead people on Torchwood, and to the kidnapped children on Falling Skies. We're also going to visit a sinister alternate universe with Phineas and Ferb. And Jeri "Seven of Nine" Ryan comes to Warehouse 13!
Television has many thrills in store for you this week — but chief among them is the return of Lion-O in the Cartoon Network's new ThunderCats series! But he's not alone: There's also a bitchin new Wolverine anime series.
One of the most popular Star Wars video games spawns a TV special this week, as Lego Star Wars tells a story about Yoda, C-3PO and R2D2 battling the Sith. Meanwhile, Lifetime's new J.K. Rowling biopic looks face-clawingly hideous.
This week on television, it's a time for tough choices. Several of your favorite television shows are back this week, plus Syfy introduces its new mutant super-team show Alphas. And Iron Man and War Machine both face impossible battles.
Torchwood is back! The grown-up Doctor Who spin-off is just as intense as ever — but now the budgets are bigger and the action is international. Also on TV this week: Futurama spoofs Tron! Complete with a lightcycle chase!