This Week's TV: When Every Home Has An Android Servant, Things Get Weird

Summer TV is in full swing, and we’ve got a couple of new shows premiering this week. There’s the vigilante hacker thriller Mr. Robot and Humans, a series that explores the line between humans and their synthetic servants. Plus, Under the Dome and Falling Skies are both back for new seasons. Details ahead. »6/22/15 3:00pm6/22/15 3:00pm

One Major Game Of Thrones Character May Not Be As Dead As We Thought

Channing Tatum gives a definitive answer about Gambit appearing in X-Men: Apocalypse. Ron Perlman talks Hellboy 3. Rosario Dawson teases her most anticipated part of Daredevil season 2. Plus, Gillian Anderson on returning to X-Files, Paul Rudd on Civil War, and new clips from Star Wars Rebels. To me, my Spoilers!
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Finally Gives Us An Update On Sandman

Some alleged Force Awakens merchandise teases a slight cosmetic update for C-3PO. Dwayne Johnson discusses the reaction to the Big Trouble In Little China reboot. Plus Vincent D’Onofrio talks Jurassic World, Noah Wyle hashes out Falling Skies, and there’s a clip from iZombie’s season finale. To Me, My Spoilers! »6/09/15 9:00am6/09/15 9:00am

This Week's TV: Six Strangers Wake In Space With Amnesia—And An Android

Syfy is making good on its promise to return to science fiction television, and this week the channel is debuting Dark Matter, a show about six people who wake on a spaceship with no memory, but a destination, loads of weapons, and an android. Plus, peek at the season finales of Game of Thrones and iZombie. »6/08/15 3:00pm6/08/15 3:00pm

Don't Hold Your Breath For That William Shatner Cameo In Star Trek 3

Tobias Menzies talks Outlander’s season finale. Peter Capaldi wants Doctor Who’s oldest companion to return. Check out two clips from Terminator Genisys and our best look yet at Batman in Suicide Squad. Plus, Agents Of SHIELD promotes an Inhuman to series regular, and teasers for Penny Dreadful. Spoilers! »6/02/15 9:00am6/02/15 9:00am

This Week's TV: M. Night Shyamalan Debuts His Own Version Of Twin Peaks

M. Night Shyamalan launches us into a new mysterious town with his series Wayward Pines — and it might not be completely awful. HBO’s latest true crime documentary asks: should we arrest a man for talking about planning to commit a crime? Plus, we’ve got the season finales of Arrow, Grimm, The Vampire Diaries, and … »5/11/15 3:00pm5/11/15 3:00pm

How Doctor Strange Could Make A Surprise Début Before His Own Movie

Oscar Isaac talks about working with the cast of the original trilogy for The Force Awakens. Learn how Agents of SHIELD will connect with Age of Ultron. Steven Moffat teases the Doctor and Missy’s relationship in the next season of Doctor Who. Plus, what’s to come on Hannibal, Gotham and The Flash. Spoilers Get! »4/27/15 9:00am4/27/15 9:00am