This Week's TV: Everything You Need to Know About Doctor Who Week!

There's only one show that rules our screens this week, and it's the longest-running science fiction series ever. The entire week is crammed with celebrations of Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, including a dramatization of the early years, and a meeting of titans. Check out clips and details from all this week's TV! »11/18/13 12:00pm

This Week's TV: William Hurt plays legendary physicist Richard Feynman

This week, Karl Urban teams up with an android to fight crime in Almost Human, while his Star Trek crewmate John Cho returns to Sleepy Hollow. Possibly the best TV show of the past few years comes to our screens. And a legendary physicist is played by an Academy Award-winner! Check out clips and details for all this… »11/11/13 12:00pm

This Week: Pixar comes to TV. Plus The CW's answer to Game of Thrones!

Check out our spoiler-free review of Toy Story of Terror, the first ever Pixar special, below. Also, The CW tries to capture some Game of Thrones magic. Mythbusters looks at The Walking Dead. PBS explains the history of superheroes, plus there's a brand new superhero show. Check out tons of clips and details for this… »10/14/13 12:00pm

10 Science Fiction TV Spin-offs That Are Great in their Own Right

Soon enough, we're going to be watching spin-offs of The Vampire Diaries and Once Upon a Time, proving that too much of a good thing is never enough. Spin-offs often seem like pointless cash grabs — but there have been some fantastic exceptions. Here are 10 science fiction and fantasy spin-offs that actually rule. »7/11/13 12:02pm

New Legend of Korra scene shows off the The Last Airbender version of American Gladiators

We've seen a bunch of scenes from Avatar: The Legend of Korra so far, but this might just be the craziest. From the Korra Nation fan site, here's a look at Korra's professional bending team — The Fire Ferrets — in action. It's like ultimate frisbee with flamethrowers! Hat tip to Syafiqjabar of Mars. »3/08/12 7:40pm