Though NBC had already given the verdict on most of its shows, announcing whether or not they’d been renewed for the upcoming season, the network was being conspicuously tight-lipped about Timeless’ future until today.
In Warner Bros. Animation’s upcoming Batman Ninja film, the Dark Knight, his allies, and his Rogues Gallery all find themselves suddenly transported back in time from modern-day Gotham to feudal Japan. It’s a wild, curious premise for an adventure, so of course it’s got a weird-as-hell explanation to go with it.
NBC scifi drama Timeless got a second lease on life last year when it was revived after being briefly canceled. Now, the folks involved with Timeless say the time travel adventure’s second season will be offering a more expansive and inclusive survey of American history.
Syfy’s Superman prequel Krypton already has a bit of a loopy, time-travel premise—acting as both the history of the House of El before Krypton went kablammo and a timey-wimey story of how DC hero Adam Strange has been tasked with going to the past to secure Superman’s present. Apparently, Krypton is doing that by the…
Time travel as we see it in movies—using DeLoreans, phone booths, hot tubs, and the like—obviously doesn’t exist. But throughout history, people have insisted that they somehow managed to do it. Though most of their wild tales were eventually disproven, the stories are still incredible. Here are five of the most…
On paper, the idea is intriguing. A time-travel comedy about a man trying to win the girl of his dreams. There’s potential there, right? Well, in the first trailer for When We First Met, that potential feels misguided.
We first wrote about filmmaker Olga Osorio last year when we caught her short film reStart—a suspenseful kidnapping tale with a time-loop twist. The writer-director’s latest, Einstein-Rosen, also happens to be a time-travel story, though it takes a far more lighthearted view of the subject.
This first glimpse at indie post-apocalypse flick Diverge is heavy on mood and visuals. But you can make out just enough to figure out that one haunted man’s decision leaves the world’s fate hanging in the balance.
We’ve gone around and around with Groundhog Day, Edge of Tomorrow, and Happy Death Day—and now, add Boss Level to the list. The latest potential film from writer-director Joe Carnahan is another time-loop tale, and he’s about to sign up actors for the ride.
We could all probably use a little more time in our days, whether it’s to get some extra work done, spend some quality time with the family, or in the case of YouTube’s MadGyver, to engineer and build a special glove that makes time actually appear to slow down and stop.
Hulu’s Future Man premieres next week, and the Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg-produced action comedy has just shared a new behind-the-scenes video. Its focus: the wild stunts we can expect from the show’s time-traveling warriors (as well as the fish-out-of-water character played by Josh Hutcherson).
Any journey through time and space is bound to get a little wonky. How can you have free will travelling through time if the past has already happened? What happens if you meet your past self? Why did Marty almost hook up with his mom? The great mind behind Minute Physics is here to help.
Out for a solo stroll alongside a gorgeous coastline, a woman pauses to take in the view at a lighthouse when she’s suddenly wrestled into the back of a car. Her ordeal gets even worse when she realizes she’s been abducted into a time-travel experiment that she can’t escape from—or can she?
The passage of time is a strange thing for superhero comics. Heroes that have been active for decades are somehow still in their mid-30's, even as years pass and timely references to our own world are made. Trying to make sense of a timeline, like the Marvel movie one, can be futile especially when comics like …
The news broke last week that Linda Hamilton would reunite with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the new Terminator film, to be directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) with James Cameron producing. The stars are aligned for the first great Terminator film in decades—but what will it take to get it right?
In Tristram Geary’s Echo/Back, a strange virus strikes that enables the infected to time travel, but only in very short bursts—mere seconds into the past or future. The results are mostly chaotic, both for the world at large and the film’s protagonist, a thief who uses his strange ability to outmaneuver police in an…
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Last year it felt like every TV show was about time travel, with network series Making History, Time After Time, Timeless, and Frequency, plus a few others peppered around the dial and streaming. But three of those new time-travel shows have since bitten the dust, with a fourth likely soon to follow.
Guys, I like bad things. I grew up on bad movies and Mystery Science Theater 3000, and now, in this new Golden Age of TV, somehow I still find time to get obsessed with certain terrible TV shows. After last night, I’m happy to report a new favorite: Time After Time.
Tis the season for new TV shows, and ABC’s latest pilot pick-up is about refugees from the future as an allegory for the struggles in modern immigration. In other words, South Park did it.