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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.
A new report suggests Jon Bernthal’s The Punisher may reappear on an upcoming Marvel/Netflix show, prior to his own solo Netflix series.
Star Wars Rebels season three gets another promo, and a new clip showcases Hera coming face-to-face with Grand Admiral Thrawn.
Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon tease links between Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 4 and the upcoming Doctor Strange movie.
Spiral down the rabbit hole of Incorporated, a dystopian world run by big business, in this slick new trailer from Syfy.
The latest promo for The Walking Dead season 7 invites viewers to take a look at one of the newest locations, The Kingdom.
AMC president and CEO, Josh Sapan, believes that The Walking Dead franchise has the potential to stay on the air for “many, many more years.”
South Park’s two-decade landmark brought viewers in droves for an episode satirizing why the old and familiar is oddly comforting.
The new poster for The CW’s Arrow season 5 puts Oliver Queen and bow front and center as the one true protector of Star City.
In a show full of politicians, dragons, and tough guys, season 7 of Game of Thrones will have at least one more ‘fierce warrior.’
Amazon is developing Toy Wars, a series detailing the rivalry between toy manufacturers Hasbro and Mattel in the 1980s and ’90s.
Netflix releases a study revealing the point when viewers became hooked on popular TV shows like Stranger Things and Making a Murderer.
The Dark Tower film and TV show are both moving forward, with the latter being based on Stephen King’s novel Wizard and Glass.