Articles by Kevin Yeoman
Academy Award-winning writer John Ridley spoke recently at the TCA winter press tour and discussed his mystery TV project with Marvel.
Take a look at the nominees for TV at the 73rd Golden Globes, as we discuss who will win and who should win an award come Sunday night.
The Blacklist makes an enthusiastic return to television with a fast-paced episode that nicely sets up the second half of the season.
Investigation Discovery announced a special episode of Front Page that aims to explore the unanswered questions of Neftlix’s Making a Murderer.
Shades of Blue, NBC’s newest cop drama starring Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta, struggles to be compelling beyond its star power.
The FXX original comedy Man Seeking Woman returns for another round of surreal misadventures in love with a hilarious season 2 premiere.
The first trailer for Vikings season 4 sees brother pitted against brother as King Ragnar makes a return trip to Paris.
Does the success of Netflix’s new true-crime docuseries, Making a Murderer, ultimately depend on what happens next in Steve Avery’s case?
Ash vs. Evil Dead brings its first season to a close with a gloriously gory and funny finale that sets up a bigger, bolder season 2.
While promoting his new film, Concussion, Will Smith shares his reaction to learning his character’s fate in Independence Day: Resurgence.
The 2016 midseason TV schedule is almost underway. Screen Rant presents a list of new and returning shows so you can set your DVRs accordingly.
In a new trailer for the back half of season 6, The Walking Dead sees its characters relearning how everything comes with a price.
Netflix joins the growing ranks of true crime stories with the riveting 10-part docuseries Making a Murderer.
A whimsical Doctor Who Christmas Special reunites the Doctor with a familiar acquaintance, and eventually finds itself at an affecting end.
In season 5, Homeland discovered how embracing its inner spy helped it come closer to the show it was always meant to be.
After a season of diffuse story lines, The Knick wraps up season 2 with a dark, ambiguous finale that leaves the series’ future in question.
Idris Elba returns as tortured detective John Luther in another suitably dark tale that nonetheless is deceptively light on story.
Stephen Falk brings You’re the Worst season 2 to a close with a sharp, funny finale that’s affecting in its own self-destructive way.