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.
Bad news: NBC's apocalyptic series Day One, which was already downgraded from an ongoing series to a miniseries, has apparently been downgraded again — to a two-hour movie.
A new year always gives us optimism for what lies ahead over the next 12 months, but that doesn't mean that there's no potential for disaster in there. Here're ten things we're crossing our fingers don't actually happen.
With the year almost over, it's time to look back and wonder if 2009 actually left any wisdom for future generations behind in its whirlwind of franchise-maintenance, Obama-adoration* and dream-crushing. Here are some potential morals from the last 12 months.
Remember My Own Worst Enemy? Neither do we. Every year, there's at least one genre show that flames out before it even makes an impression. Which new show this year is doomed to premature extinction?
Looking through a copy of the comic catalog Previews recently, I realized how many canceled TV shows have been spun off into ongoing comic series: Buffy, Farscape, Jericho, even Galactica 1980... Why can't we say goodbye to things we love?
At an appearance at the Television Critics Association Press Tour this week, NBC's Angela Bromstad said that Kings failed because it was "too highbrow and sophisticated" to sell to their audience. But is that the show's fault, or the network's?
What's happening 224 days from now? Why does no-one else remember classic SF show Sargasso Planet? A new fansite for a possibly fictional TV show from the past may offer hints at one of next year's most anticipated new series.
The first big mystery to NBC's Day One series has been solved: what attacked the Earth and caused Doomsday? Well, some sort of big-branched alien thing. Check out the first extended trailer for Jesse Alexander's series.
Get prepared to set your long-range TiVos. Now that the networks have all announced their new line-ups, we've got the rundown of where all your favorite (and soon-to-be-favorite) shows will be next season.
Everyone is on pins and needles for Day One, the new end-of-the-world series from Heroes writer/producer Jesse Alexander. What's the mysterious cataclysm that ends the world? Meet the new cast and view behind-the-scenes footage.
Looking forward to next week's NBC infronts to discover what sci-fi shows will make it to the Peacock network next year, and whether Chuck will make it to a new season? Don't get too excited.
It's been a week since Battlestar Galactica finished, and already we're missing the show's blend of politics, soap opera and special effects. Will we ever see its like again? We look at some potential replacements.
Heroes writer/producer Jesse Alexander has gone bleaker with his new pilot, Day One which was just greenlit by NBC — giving network audiences the chance to see what happens after the end of the world.