Game of Thrones seems to be bent on conquest.
With series development ramping up, networks are looking to the 1990s for inspiration this year — and two classic film franchises will be coming back to life on the small screen.
The late season cable premieres keep coming, and this time it's Da Vinci's Demons' turn to show off.
The Walking Dead might not be around anymore, but a genre show is still dominating Sunday nights.
Many shows use March to take a break, but Grimm used it for its glorious return.
Things have gotten dark this season for the cast of Syfy's Lost Girl, but the scary and evil of it all is just getting started as the series heads into the second half of its third season.
After scoring excellent ratings the past year, Syfy has officially renewed the hit supernatural series Lost Girl for a fourth season.
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.
This week American Horror Story ended its second season, Spartacus started its final run, and Continuum got a nice second week boost.