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The season 4 premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gains a huge ratings boost once the Live+3 numbers are factored in.
Luke Cage showrunner loves the idea of a Heroes for Hire team-up with Danny Rand/Iron Fist, but fans won’t see it for a long while.
Luke Cage star Mike Colter answers the question of which side the Hero for Hire would fall on in Captain America: Civil War.
A clip from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 4 episode 2 arrives, with Daisy (Chloe Bennet) paying Robbie Reyes (Gabriel Luna) an unwelcome visit.
Vanessa (Kelly Overton) wakes up to a world overridden by vampires and learns she has incredible powers in the Van Helsing series premiere.
Leading up to the premiere of The Flash season 3, The CW releases a new trailer showing that two Flashes are better than one.
American Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy reveals that he’s currently developing a ‘secret season’ of the FX anthology series.
Arrow’s 100th episode will air this season, and executive producer Marc Guggenheim has hinted at a surprise return of one of the Queen family.
Joe Keery and Ben Schwartz bring a Stranger Things fan theory to life: Steve Harrington is the father of Parks and Recreation’s Jean-Ralphio.
Citizen Steel is set to appear in the Legends of Tomorrow season 2 premiere, played by Nick Zano (The Final Destination), according to a new synopsis.
AMC releases new character portraits for Rick, Daryl, Carol, and many others teasing the upcoming seventh season of The Walking Dead.
The synopsis for the Supergirl season 2 premiere, titled ‘The Adventures of Supergirl’, teases Kara’s team up with Clark Kent aka Superman.
Joining the ranks of many actors, Daniel Radcliffe would love to be on Game of Thrones — but he also would want to be killed off.
FXX announces a 13-day, 300-hour marathon featuring every single episode of The Simpsons ever made that will kick off in November.
Margot Robbie, coming off of her role in Suicide Squad, will host the season premiere of Saturday Night Live on October 1.
Legends of Tomorrow team members new and returning are featured in the newly released poster for the show’s second season.
Marvel Television’s Jeph Loeb explains the addition of Ghost Rider to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., promises he won’t overshadow the returning characters.