Ever since 1966, has there been a better way to explore what ails the human body than the ridiculously unwieldy process of shrinking yourself down into a miniature spaceship and seeing it first-hand? The Fantastic Voyage’s plot has become one of the most beloved tropes of popular culture, and here are 11 of our…
“I would love if DC Superhero Girls were really alive.” “Why?” “Because I really like them. I’m their biggest faaAaaAan.”
The Boy Wonder as Steve Jobs is something I didn’t know I needed.
You might have heard “The Night Begins To Shine,” the rockin’ ‘80s-styled track that’s Cyborg’s favorite song on Teen Titans Go! Turns out, the story behind the song is almost as great as the song itself.
Teen Titans Go! did a four-part series about fighting a dragon who wants to steal Cyborg’s favorite song, “The Night Begins to Shine.” (Because that is every dragon’s secret desire.) Following that story, Cartoon Network released the a music video for that song with the classic premise of “defeating evil with the…
Teen Titans Go is not the follow-up to the classic animated series that many desperately wish it would be, but it’s probably the DC property that loves poking fun at the wider DC world the most. And when it does, it’s... (puts fingertips to mouth, makes kissing noise) exquisite.
October is National Bullying Prevention month, and as part of their seventh annual initiative to promote awareness, Cartoon Network has announced that it’s recruiting some of its most beloved shows for a month-long block of special episodes to encourage kids to stand up to bullying.
Last night was the highly anticipated Teen Titans versus Powerpuff Girls crossover event/episode on Cartoon Network. It was exactly was weird as you would imagine.
This June, Bubbles, Blossom, and Bubbles are going to show up in an episode of Teen Titans GO! in order to settle the question of which super team is better.
Select members of The Backstreet Boys, N*Sync, 98 Degrees and O-Town battle zombies in the old West! The Flash crosses over to Supergirl! Wynona Earp premieres on Syfy! Archer returns for another season! All this, and the feature-length season finale of The Walking Dead, all on this week’s TV!
The X-Files returns for a new season after 13 long years! The weirdest DC show yet debuts with Legends of Tomorrow! Agent Carter and The 100 return, Heroes: Reborn ends, and saints be praised, The Flash fights the Turtle! Heaven and Hell converge to create one Shangri-La, on this week’s TV!
The midseason premieres are kicking off for real this week. There are three brand new shows, and one of them blew our minds when we watched it. Plus the season finale of American Horror Story: Hotel! A full week of new Adventure Time! All this, Quetzalcoatl and microscopic aliens, on This Week’s TV!
Gravity Falls is airing its final episodes. Doctor Who is trying a strange experiment. The Walking Dead shambles off with a midseason finale, and the premiere of Regular Show: The Movie! All this, Gina Gershon, and more, on This Week’s TV!
Spider-Man is definitely in Civil War—and his appearance has already been filmed. Gotham loses two comic book characters. There’ll be less trick-shot action in Ash vs Evil Dead. Weird Al Yankovic is playing a major DC Comics villain. Plus brief teasers for Jessica Jones and Vixen, and what’s next on Zoo. Spoilers Get!
Netflix’s new series Between premieres this week, following a town full of kids who have no adults around and no way to escape to the outside world. Plus, we’ve got a clip of Wells revealing his motives to Barry on The Flash season finale and a look inside Supernatural’s season finale as well.
M. Night Shyamalan launches us into a new mysterious town with his series Wayward Pines — and it might not be completely awful. HBO’s latest true crime documentary asks: should we arrest a man for talking about planning to commit a crime? Plus, we’ve got the season finales of Arrow, Grimm, The Vampire Diaries, and …
Grodd lives in this week’s episode of The Flash, and the talking gorilla could end up putting Barry’s friends through the wringer. Plus, Person of Interest and Gotham’s seasons come to a close, and the villains of Once Upon a Time get their happy ending — but for how long?
Subway (the person) returns to Community for a new marketing scheme, but can it possibly be as hysterical as his last appearance? Plus, what’s wrong with Orphan Black’s male clones? What happens when a zombie eats a gamer’s brains? And what are Tyrion and Varys up to on next week’s Game of Thrones? We’ve got the…
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.