It’s been nearly three years since work began on the meta-fantasy flick Knights of Badassdom, starring alums from Game of Thrones, Firefly and even Community. Lucky for us, it’s finally (almost) here—and we have the first official trailer to prove it.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas as Christmas-themed episodes and holiday movies, including one with Summer Glau as an elf, take over the schedule. But the real Christmas present comes in getting a new Fringe this week. Meanwhile, Supernatural sinks its teeth into a vampire themed midseason finale, while Ghost Hunters signs off for its eight season.
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On November 11th, the Science Channel have a full day marathon of every Browncoats favorite sci-fi western, Firefly and, as the marathon closes, there will be a special cast reunion. We've got a sneak peek, and it's a bit of a scandal!
Summer Glau has been making a splash on Syfy's Alphas lately as a mechanically-talented genius who can build anything, but things are about to get a whole lot bigger in the show's season two finale, said the actress.
Joss Whedon is notorious for working with the same group of actors, writers and directors—and one lovely former Firefly star is making a play for his upcoming Avengers spin-off TV series S.H.I.E.L.D..
It's a whole new season and new spooky story when American Horror Story: Asylum premieres on Wednesday. And Summer Glau returns to Alphas as a mechanical genius, while Kelly Hu takes on Arrow.
Just when we thought the pickings were going to be rather slim thanks to so many of the summer shows ending and the holiday weekend, the premiere of Doctor Who pops up on the schedule and there are Daleks to be had.
Sci-fi goddess Summer Glau is headed for Alphas tonight on Syfy and, of course, she has superpowers along with an unusual new hair style. It looks like Glau racks up another standout sci-fi role as a powerful Alpha named Skylar who can build amazing inventions.
The Doctor is back and on the hunt for Amy and Rory's baby on Doctor Who, Firefly's Summer Glau digs into Alphas and Torchwood: Miracle Day heats up as Jack (and we) finally get some answers.