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‘Arrow’s producer confirms the ancient clans of ‘The Outsiders War’ – one of the best ‘Green Arrow’ comics in years – are coming to the show.
‘Sons of Anarchy’ alum Chris Browning has joined the cast for CBS series ‘Supergirl’ as Ben Krull a.k.a. the super-villain Reactron.
Meet the Alexandria residents who will play a big role in ‘The Walking Dead’ season 6 in these new images and character descriptions.
Filming on ‘Full House’ Netflix sequel series ‘Fuller House’ is underway, with the Olsen Twins rumored to return as Michelle Tanner.
Veteran ‘Batman’ voice actor Kevin Conroy details his role in ‘Turbo FAST’s new season – and how ‘The Stinger’ measures up to The Dark Knight.
‘Sense8′ has not yet been picked up by Netflix for a second season, though show producer J. Michael Straczynski remains hopeful.
‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ co-showrunner Tina Fey discusses the filming dates for season two and whether the show’s tone will change.
Netflix has revealed that negotiations are currently underway to bring back the busy ‘Arrested Development’ cast for season five.
Netflix will soon have overtaken its cable channel competition, by having more original shows either available or in development.
Jon Stewart’s exit from ‘The Daily Show’ is now just two weeks away, and the man had a few things to say on the matter.
Superheroes old and new unite on a ‘Heroes Reborn’ poster, while ‘The Muppets’ character posters reflect the TV show’s ‘adult’ nature.
Chloe Bennet has revealed her Quake haircut for ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ season three, bringing her closer to her comic book counterpart.
Can the Doctor ever be played by a woman? The debate rages on, as former ‘Doctor Who’ star Sylvester McCoy says he’s against the idea.
A new featurette gives us a look behind the scenes of ‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp’, ahead of its Netflix series release.
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is making the leap into acting with a recurring role on Kurt Sutter’s historical drama ‘The Bastard Executioner’.
‘Daredevil’ season two will include Punisher and Elektra, while it seems fellow comic book character Gladiator may also appear.
The ‘Game of Thrones’ showrunners don’t want their cast to read George R.R. Martin’s books, according to cast member Iain Glen.