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Orphan Black's Jordan Gavaris Explains the Insidious Nature of Sexism

At the Entertainment Weekly Brave New Heroes panel at Comic-Con yesterday, moderator Lynette Rice asked a panel full of men who have played an assortment of badass heroes about their experiences with sexism in the industry. But it was Orphan Black’s Jordan Gavaris who nailed the question. » 7/12/15 8:30am 7/12/15 8:30am

The Orphan Black Scene So Disgusting It Made Tatiana Maslany Cry

The cast and creators of Orphan Black didn’t reveal much about the upcoming season and its new mysteries, but they did talk a lot about the world of Orphan Black and what it’s like to work on the show. One thing we learned: it’s particularly hard to be Tatiana Maslany in a scene where Helena is eating a ton of food. » 7/10/15 8:50pm 7/10/15 8:50pm

"How's Your Cervical Mucus?" Watch Orphan Black's Bonkers Blooper Reel

At today’s Orphan Black panel at San Diego Comic-Con, the cast and producers had a special treat for the audience: a blooper reel showing all the giggly weirdness that happens behind the scenes of the show. Plus, Donnie and Alison’s relationship reimagined as a horror movie, a sitcom, and a telenovela. » 7/10/15 7:20pm 7/10/15 7:20pm

15 TV Shows That Reinvented Science Fiction In The Past Decade

The conventional wisdom says that the past 10 years have been a bad time for science fiction on television. Fantasy has been on the upswing. Space opera all but disappeared. Science fiction shows get canceled all the time. But a ton of great science fiction has been created since 2005. Here are 15 shows that changed… » 6/29/15 10:30am 6/29/15 10:30am

This Week’s TV: Meet A Trio Of Fun-Loving Intergalactic Bounty Hunters

It’s a big week for summer TV with the premieres of Syfy’s new space bounty hunter show Killjoys and The Astronauts’ Wives Club, which brings us back to the early days of the space race. Plus, True Detective returns with a new existential mystery and Orphan Black’s latest season comes to a close. » 6/15/15 1:00pm 6/15/15 1:00pm

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 12:00pm 6/08/15 12:00pm

Orphan Black Asks: Is It Crueler To Know You're A Clone Or Not To Know?

There are two kinds of clones in Orphan Black: Clones who are self-aware and those who are “naive.” Obviously, our Clone Club members fall into the former category, but what happens when we encounter a clone sitting at the fringes of the conspiracy? Is it better to let her know she’s not crazy? Or hope she stays… » 6/07/15 11:30am 6/07/15 11:30am

We May Know Which Book Characters Are Joining Game Of Thrones Season Six

Could Wolverine really appear in Deadpool? Is River Song done for good on Doctor Who? Plus, get a look at new concept art for Cyclops and Jean Grey in X-Men Apocalypse, and meet a key Terminator Genisys character. And learn who may or may not return for American Horror Story: Hotel. Spoilers Now! » 5/27/15 6:00am 5/27/15 6:00am

This Week’s TV: David Duchovny Hunts Down Charles Manson

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. » 5/25/15 12:00pm 5/25/15 12:00pm

Hayley Atwell Teases A "Lighter" Agent Carter, As Well As More Episodes

There’ll be more Twin Peaks than we previously thought, too. The star of Jem and the Holograms discusses reactions to the trailer. What are the differences between the final Ant-Man script and Edgar Wright’s original draft? Plus, a crazy casting rumor for the Static Shock web series. To me, my Spoilers! » 5/25/15 6:00am 5/25/15 6:00am

This Week's TV: In A Small Quarantined Town, Everyone Over Age 21 Dies

Netflix’s new series Between premieres this week, following a town full of kids who have no adults around and no way to escape to the outside world. Plus, we’ve got a clip of Wells revealing his motives to Barry on The Flash season finale and a look inside Supernatural’s season finale as well. » 5/18/15 12:00pm 5/18/15 12:00pm