As the 2013-2014 TV season begins winding down, some shows are getting good news, while others are getting the ax.
All our shows are back from their Olympics hiatus this week, so we've got a lot to talk about, including the season-two premiere of Hannibal.
The Supernatural spinoff is getting a dose of new (vampire) blood, and the pilot has scooped up a fan favorite to headline the cast.
Has Supernatural overstayed its welcome, or is The CW extending its life? Thursday the network finally made a decision about its future.
The first early finales are here, and Sleepy Hollow closed out its first season on a high note.
All hell (or, well, heaven?) broke loose in the midseason finale of The CW’s Supernatural, and the first clip from the series’ return shows that things are going to get a whole lot worse.
Despite being almost a decade old, Supernatural is still cranking out some great episodes — and some truly heart rending moments. So, why did that shocking midseason death have to happen?
The Walking Dead may be dead and buried for two months, but check out what else there is to look forward to on TV this week...
It's Thanksgiving Week, which can only mean the fall finale and death and destruction for The Walking Dead. Check out what else is on TV this week.
Supernatural's most delightful guest star, Felicia Day, returns this week to hack yet another computer for the Winchesters, and are zombies popping up all over on this Halloween week. Here's what else we have to look forward to.