It’s a light week for television, but there are still some interesting things going on in TV land. David Duchovny heads to the 1960s with the Charles Manson-themed crime drama Aquarius. Aubrey Plaza voices a macabre little girl whose best friend is a godlord. And Halt and Catch Fire returns for a new season.
While childhood secrets are revealed on this week's Masters of Sex, another behind-the-scenes science drama debuts on Sunday: Manhattan, which takes us inside the secret city that helped create the atomic bomb. Plus, Phineas & Ferb takes on Star Wars—and it's bound to be goofy. See all the details below!
Watch the first ten minutes of the new series The Lottery, about a battle to control embryos fertilized during a global fertility crisis. Also, one of Jake's kids takes charge on Adventure Time, The Leftovers enjoys a post-Rapture Christmas, and things get more dire on The Strain. Check out the details below!
We've got two big TV premieres this week: Halle Berry gets mysterious pregnant on a solo space mission in Extant and Guillermo del Toro brings his vampire contagion to TV with The Strain. Plus, Hemlock Grove, Mythbusters, and Masters of Sex are all back for their fresh new seasons. Summer TV is in full swing!
Under the Dome returns this week, and things are looking even worse for the people of Chester's Mill. Witches of East End is also back for more mystical weirdness, while war comes to Adventure Time and Dominion's Chosen One tries to outrun his destiny. Get all the latest details right here!
Tonight's episode of Through the Wormhole asks a question near-and-dear to our hearts: Could a zombie apocalypse actually happen? We spoke to host Morgan Freeman and producer Megan Parlen to learn more.
Morgan Freeman has an amazing voice; that we know. But what we didn't know was how much better it sounds after a good huff of helium.
Searching for answers to cosmology's biggest questions just got a whole lot more dignified. Morgan Freeman's Through the Wormhole, premiering tonight on the Science Channel, tackles the most fundamental questions about the universe, and even tries to address God scientifically.