If you haven’t been watching Legends of Tomorrow this season, you need to know: The big goofy show is bigger and goofier than ever, with fun homages to E.T. and a whole slew of dystopic scifi properties. But last night’s episode ended with maybe the most memorable Easter egg ever dropped on an Arrowverse show.
This week’s Supergirl was a blast to the past, giving us one long extended flashback to Supergirl and her sister’s teenage years in the definitely-not-Canada Midvale, USA. It was remarkably entertaining despite the absence of nearly all the show’s regulars and with a superpowered teenage lead in a rural Vancouver-like…
President Donald Trump denied on Saturday reports that he had ordered the Department of Justice to halt the $85.4 billion merger between AT&T and Time Warner unless the combined company sells off Turner Broadcasting, a group of cable channels which includes Trump’s hated arch-enemy CNN.
We’ve reached the midpoint of The Exorcist’s second season—episode five airs tonight—which means the story is well underway but there are still plenty of mysteries left to reveal. Last season was excellently spooky, but this season has been even scarier in the best sort of way. Here are three big reasons why.
Our minds are still blown by today’s news that a brand-new Star Wars trilogy is in the works—as well as a live-action Star Wars TV show. But the latter won’t be the only lure when Disney rolls out its subscription streaming service in 2019. There’ll also be an exclusive new Marvel show.
It’s been a trying season of American Horror Story, overloaded with smugly on-the-nose commentary about the Trump era, gratuitous re-enactments of cults throughout history, and characters you wish would just die already. Last night’s penultimate episode revealed the sketchy motivation of alt-right fuckboy Kai Anderson…
Last night’s “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum” ended on a cliffhanger that sets up a big showdown for next week’s finale. Meanwhile, everyone, save Burnham, is wandering around acting suspicious as hell. And for some reason, the show seems like it’s doing its own version of a classic Klingon-Federation moment from the…
The CW has released a new photo showing of the costume Supergirl’s big villain for the season, Reign, will be wearing. The costume involves a lot of black, a lot of plastic, and some kind of leatherette. I have many questions
Syfy’s Creepypasta-inspired anthology series, Channel Zero, wraps up its excellent second installment, No-End House, tonight—but fear not, horror TV fans. The very first teaser for season three, Butcher’s Block, is here, and though it’s quite brief, it still looks excellently disturbing.
It’s not exactly a secret that the cable business is in decline, with millions of TV subscribers choosing to go with what are usually superior and almost always cheaper digital-only options.
Here’s the thing about Stranger Things season two: If you liked season one, and pretty much everyone did, then you’ll like this season just fine. Everything is turned up a bit, but the soul of Stranger Things remains what it was last season—a story about friendship, family, and giant piles of ‘80s nostalgia.
“Lethe” was a character episode. It was fine. Well, it wasn’t. Every plot beat was fairly predictable and the emotional resonance got about halfway there at best. At least I didn’t loathe it. I just found it tedious. And instead of thinking about Sarek and Burnham’s past and Lorca’s future, I kept wondering why this…
Smart TV features are for the most part terrible, so if you’re looking to pipe Netflix or whatever service into your television, you’re best off buying a smart box or dongle. We would never suggest that you shouldn’t invest in a big beautiful new screen—you cannot watch Game of Thrones on an Apple TV alone—but don’t…
Before Star Trek: Discovery began, much was made of whether or not the show would be able to sustain subscriptions to CBS’s digital “All Access” service for a second season and beyond. Well, good news: It turns out Discovery’s been a huge success so far.
At New York Comic Con, during the Star Trek: Discovery panel, Alex Kurtzman said something that I’ve been thinking about a lot. He said that you couldn’t do “City on the Edge of Forever” now, because Kirk would have to spend a whole season mourning Edith Keeler.
Voltron: Legendary Defender’s fourth season is weird. A mere six episodes long (after a normal-length season was split to create the show’s third and fourth), at times it feels like it’s been cobbled together out of a season we never got to see the rest of. Yet despite that, it delivers some hugely satisfying stories…
At San Diego Comic-Con, the brand new DuckTales character of Mark Beaks was described as the “only thing” that Flintheart Glomgold and Scrooge McDuck hated more than each other. And in this clip of his introduction, it’s easy to see why.
Stranger Things’ second season might only be mere weeks away, but this new trailer has us wishing it was here right this instant.
I’ve never actually met Seth MacFarlane, so saying I don’t like the guy isn’t a personal dig. I’ve just never been a fan of his style of comedy, especially Family Guy (hate it) and the Ted movies (ugh). And yet somehow I’m enjoying the hell out of The Orville, his new live-action Star Trek homage.