She-Ra and the Princesses of Power's Team Share the Importance of Equality in Etheria

In Netflix’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, sexism doesn’t exist. This is the world that showrunner Noelle Stevenson has strived to create. In this video interview with io9, Stevenson and others share how She-Ra has reclaimed the princess archetype and fostered an environment of equality and community, both in…

Short Treks Dives Far Into the Future of Star Trek With a Sweet Assist From Earth's Past 

Star Trek: Discovery’s latest episode in its bite-sized Short Treks series doesn’t feature a fan-favorite character from the show like the previous installment did. But “Calypso” does have one familiar element—Discovery’s titular ship, though presented in a way we may never see again.

The Doom Patrol's Titans Debut Promises Horrifying Things for Their Upcoming Series

Even though DC Universe’s Titans is primarily an origin story about the series’ titular outcasts, it’s also a jumping off point for the Doom Patrol, another group of superpowered social misfits, who are the stars of yet another upcoming live-action show. Last week’s episode of Titans gave us our first look at the…

Someone Has Found One of Castlevania's Sneakiest References to the Games

What makes the animated Castlevania show such a delight is how it builds upon decades of source material from across Konami’s classic games. Characters from obscure entries, monsters, and yes, that kickass music all get woven into the show’s bloody, gothic adventures. But an even sneakier nod to the games has been…

Exclusive: Netflix's She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Is Premiering Sooner Than You Think

This November, Netflix’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is set to retell the classic story of how Princess Adora discovers that she’s destined to become a legendary magical warrior. Surprisingly, though, it turns out that you won’t have to wait quite as long to get back to Planet Etheria.

One of Titans' Coolest Gadgets Is Actually a Real Tablet

Because Batman and Robin don’t have any actual superpowers aside from access to the Wayne estate’s inordinate amount of wealth, they’ve always relied on cutting-edge technology to go toe to toe with all manner of supervillains. While still this is very much the case in DC Universe’s Titans, one of the Boy Wonder’s…

The Moment Castlevania Became the Greatest Video Game Adaptation Around

Castlevania’s sophomore season is a decidedly different beast than its short and sharp predecessor. It’s slower-paced, methodical, and tinged with a lingering sadness that lashings of monster blood can’t cover up. But in one particular scene of frenetic, fanservice-y fury, it marries its action and character work to…

6 Things We Liked about the First Season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (and 6 We Didn't)

The witching hour is upon us. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has arrived. One of the most-anticipated series debuts of the year has flown into our hearts on an eastward wind, but it’s not without its imperfections. On the heels of our review, here are some of the big things we loved about the first season of Chilling…

Jazz Hands Conjure Supernatural Horrors in Short Film The Rizzle

Home alone, a young woman scrolls through vintage black-and-white films of 1920s dancers. It’s all flapper-filled fun until she lands on The Rizzle—also the name of Josh Tanner’s short film, made for Hulu’s Huluween Film Fest. The Rizzle, as you’ll see, is actually a very sinister blast from the past, cleverly…

Adam Scott to Kinda, Sorta, Maybe Play William Shatner on the New Twilight Zone

Even people who haven’t watched all of The Twilight Zone know a few of its iconic episodes. One of the most famous is “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet,” which starred William Shatner as a man on a plane who thinks he sees a gremlin on the wing. It’s been parodied and referenced to death since airing in 1963, and now it…