Hot on the heels of those awesome Mockingbird Lane official pics, NBC has released the first footage from that Munsters reboot and it looks ... well, actually pretty darn fantastic.
Comic-book writer and Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar's recently landed a gig at Fox studios as a Marvel superhero consultant. If that news wasn't awesome enough, Millar is telling us what his job will be: and it's more good news.
We don't know about you, but we were pretty darn excited when we learned Capt. Jack Harkness himself, actor John Barrowman, had been cast on the CW's new series Arrow. But now we learn his being cast on the show may have had a little something to do with a tiny U.K. sci-fi show he co-starred in ...
If Doctor Who's ''The Angels take Manhattan'' wasn't sad enough for you (and you want to know what happened to the Ponds), then have a look at this brand new scene that takes place in our present day, after Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill) got stuck in the past in Manhattan.
Even though Doctor Who just ended its—let's call it season seven: part one—run with a bang and a tear in our eyes, that doesn't mean that nothing else is happening in the world of Who. Au contraire! *SPOILERS*
Filming for HBO's hit fantasy series Game of Thrones season three is still going on full steam ahead and we have a brand new pic that reveals a major plot twist from the books for the upcoming season — and more. *MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD*
The first clip from the upcoming third season premiere of The Walking Dead is out now and even though it's kinda short, it's still pretty darn cool.
With Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary coming up right around the bend (it's next year), it's normal that we're getting bombarded with stories and rumors about which former Doctor or which former companion will be stepping back into the TARDIS for what will be the ultimate celebration of Who.
It was day 90 of the shoot on Game of Thrones' third season yesterday and the Dubrovnik press was having a field day taking pics and getting interviews with producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss. The awesome new pics and two videos show a particular scene created especially for the series. *Mild Spoilers Ahead*
Everyone who's read George R. R. Martin's magnificent A Song of Ice and Fire series and watched HBO's Game of Thrones know that there's something actually missing in the TV series—namely, those glorious flashbacks! But why?