A Rebel ship is sucked into a mysterious new vessel. Two heroes pose as Stormtroopers to make a daring rescue but, first, they must disengage the vessel’s defense system before a daring, blaster filled escape. Sound familiar? »
For people who don’t have families, live far away from their families, or have families they’d rather not see, Friendsgiving is the best option this time of year. Scream Queens illustrated this point in an episode that also killed one character, brought another back from the dead, and deployed some A+ guest stars. »
This week’s episode of Manhattan gives us a case study in how small compromises can eat away at a person’s integrity over time—as Jim Meeks makes a critical choice, that transforms him from well-meaning spy to true villain. »
This weekend, the world met the whiskey-drinking, super-powered Hell’s Kitchen detective known as Jessica Jones. She’s the star of the second Netflix Marvel superhero show, leading into the team-up series The Defenders, and many people spent their weekends on the couch, devouring all 13 episodes.
Well, chalk this one up on the list of things we never expected to hear today. After trying to make a TV breakthrough over a decade ago on channel formerly known as Sci-Fi, cult classic Tremors is heading to TV once more: but this time, it’ll wield the unstoppable star power of Kevin Bacon himself. »
Adjust your eye patches and put on your sunglasses, John Carpenter fans, for this great bit of news that shook loose from horror podcast Killer POV: the famed genre director (Halloween, The Thing, They Live, Escape from New York, Big Trouble in Little China) is making a serious foray into television.
Supergirl is busy laying all the groundwork for Kara to have all the stuff her cousin has, including her own versions of the Daily Planet and the Kents. And now, she’s got her own Lex Luthor, too. But is he nasty enough? Spoilers ahead... »
Twin Peaks is an incredible television series and fingers crossed, its 2016 continuation will measure up. This beautiful Blu-ray packaging of the original series is just $75 today and includes 90 minutes of deleted and extended scenes! Makes a great spooky gift. [Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery, $75] »
This is not a joke. It’s not a metaphor. This is me not obliquely trying to tell you how ridiculous this show is. This is something that actually occurred on last night’s episode of Gotham, and I can’t think of anything that better conveys the show’s total insanity that simply stating what happened. »
It’s almost second nature for sci-fi to be self-referential—not just to itself, but to the wider pantheon of shows and movies. Doctor Who is no stranger to these references, but last week’s episode, “Face the Raven,” had one that was typically Doctor Who: An Easter Egg, hidden inside another Easter Egg! »
When last we saw Kevin Garvey, he was twitching in poison-induced death spasms, shortly before Virgil, the man who pledged to revive him, shot himself in the head. But Virgil’s grandson, Michael, appeared to assist—and this week, Michael’s only line of dialogue sums up the episode rather well: “Holy shit.” »
Clara’s time on Doctor Who is coming to an end—no spoilers here—and it’s bumming us out. But she’s not the first companion to leave the Doctor’s side in a totally bummer fashion. Here are the 10 most depressing companion departures, until now. »
52 years ago today, Doctor Who aired for the very first time—and two years ago, it took over the world as it broadcast “The Day of the Doctor,” the show’s 50th anniversary special. But the celebration was, according to Steven Moffat, nearly a total disaster: and somehow almost didn’t star The Doctor at all. »
This is a spoiler alert. So is this. And this. This makes four spoiler alerts. Seriously, by clicking on this article, you acknowledge that you understand the risks herein, okay? No one is allowed to complain about being spoiled. »
In The Librarians “And the Hollow Men,” we, sigh, spent most of the time on Flynn and Baird’s relationship with him. An electron microscope could not find how little I care about either. »
Having narrowly escaped demonic adversaries, including one conjured just for the occasion, back at Books from Beyond, Ash and company hit the road for Casa Brujo—only to find their escape wasn’t as clean as they thought. Plus, Lucy Lawless’ character, Ruby, finally reveals her intentions. Sorta. »