9 long-stalled sci-fi movies that deserve to be resurrected on television

Guillermo del Toro shocked us all recently with news that his long-dormant film A Killing on Carnival Row is being reworked as an Amazon TV series. Well, we have a few more ideas.

That X-Men/X-Factor TV series could feature Quicksilver and a female lead

Could Quicksilver headline that new proposed live-action X-Men TV series?

Classic 1990s puzzle game Myst being developed as mystery TV series

Dust off your mouse, because one of the most successful point-and-click adventure games in history is about to make a comeback on the small screen.

Live-action X-Men TV series reportedly in 'deep' development

With comic-book shows everywhere these days, is Fox getting ready to expand its X-Men empire to the small screen?

Arrow and Agent Carter producers try to explain the zeitgeist of comic-book TV shows

With the fall season kicking off right about now, we stand at the precipice of a television landscape positively bursting at the seams with comic-book-based TV shows. So, why now?

DC reportedly developing live-action Supergirl TV series from comic writer

The last few attempts to get Wonder Woman back on the small screen failed in spectacular fashion, but another female DC hero could find her way to television soon.

High-concept, Hugo-winning sci-fi novel Spin is coming to the small screen

One of the best science fiction novels of the past decade is coming to television, and we can’t wait to see how it turns out.

TV hell week is over: 15 sci-fi shows that survived the culling, 8 that did not

The bloody, terrible culling -- aka the week before network TV up-fronts -- has come to an end. Gather ‘round, sci-fi fans, we have some good news and some bad news.

Acclaimed indie time-travel comic Pax Romana to become Syfy miniseries

Get ready to go back to ancient Rome, because Syfy's about to take you there.

26 scenes from sci-fi series that caused viewers to give up on the show

We all know the feeling: You're watching a show, you're committed to it, and then there's that one scene that makes you change the channel and never watch again.

1st unsettling look at Jonathan Rhys Meyers in NBC's Dracula series

Snack on these three set shots of the famed bloodsucker seducing Olde London.

Straczynski says the biggest problem with sci-fi TV is the networks

There's a reason why J. Michael Straczysnki chose Netflix for his next foray into serialized sci-fi.