Many shows use March to take a break, but Grimm used it for its glorious return.
Other shows may be struggling, but there's one show that just keeps proving it's basically unstoppable these days: The Walking Dead.
ABC premieres its new conspiracy theory series, Zero Hour, which brings Anthony Edwards back to the small screen in his first series since ER.
Wow. This is a pretty sad news day TV wise. We’ve just learned that the BBC has decided to axe the wonderful, original Being Human series and that Season 5, the current season, will be its last. Now, that really sucks.
While Syfy had a great Monday thanks to Being Human, Spartacus continued to struggle on Starz and Clone Wars hit a season high for Cartoon Network.
Last week, the Fringe finale got a loyal audience, Once Upon a Time struggled, Archer premiered strong and Syfy got a mixed bag of Monday night premieres.
Coming into its fifth season, the BBC version of Being Human is making some major changes—and the first new trailer shows off the mostly new cast and wild new plot lines in the work.
When Syfy's Being Human returns for its third season, there will be resolutions for the four main characters following up on season two's cliffhanging ending, said actor Sam Huntington, who plays werewolf Josh. However, don't expect thing to pick up right where they left off. Some time will have passed. The series returns tonight at 9 p.m. ET.
Whether on TV or in real life, not all haunted houses are bad. All ghosts aren't evil and all vampires aren't ruthless bloodsuckers. Every Halloween, we get our kicks by visiting the most terrifying mansions and mazes. But isn't it time to switch it up? What if we embraced those horror elements as fun instead of fearful?
When we last saw the three supernatural roomies in the second season finale of Syfy's Being Human, vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer), werewolf Josh (Sam Huntington) and ghost Sally (Meaghan Rath) were all separately in serious peril.