As we settle into the fall TV season, two of our summer shows—The Knick and Manhattan—reach their seasons' end. Plus, C-3PO and R2-D2 return to TV, and a familiar DC villain pops up on The Flash. Get all the details below!
How will new superhero show The Flash stack up against Arrow? Plus, a new docuseries follows a small town making a zombie movie that could air on Syfy—if they finish it in time. American Horror Story: Freak Show debuts, and Supernatural, The Originals, and The Walking Dead return!
While several shows settle into their second episodes of the season, Neil deGrasse Tyson lends his voice to Gravity Falls and Lost returns for one night only—on Phineas and Ferb. Plus, Star Wars Rebels premieres and Korra returns for its final season. Get all the details below!
This week, Syfy debuts its new zombie show Z Nation, set three years into the apocalypse, and brings back Haven with a new Audrey personality and a new set of Troubles. Plus, Teen Wolf gets ready to end its season—but who will survive? Get all the details below!
The last thing you might expect to hear on an early 20th century period medical drama about corpse-stealing ambulances and childbirth gone horribly wrong is electronic music. The show in question, The Knick—or Steven Soderbergh and Clive Owen's Mad Men but with doctors—is by most accounts all right. The music is…
Steven Soderbergh's first episode of The Knick is available for free online. Get a look inside New York's Knickerbocker Hospital in the year 1900, and the various surgical procedures that were hosted inside its theater. But be warned, it's bloody.
We're not sure what to make of Steven Soderbergh's new Cinemax series The Knick. The premise is great: it's entirely centered around New York's early 20th-century hospital The Knickerbocker and the vast amount of surgeries performed there. But man oh man is the tension high in this trailer.