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FX has revealed more footage and information on ‘The Bastard Executioner’, the upcoming period drama by Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy).
AMC has debuted the opening scene for the ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ premiere, along with a featurette introducing the show’s main characters.
The latest ‘X-Files’ set image posted by Gillian Anderson features Mitch Pileggi, who’s returning as FBI agent Walter Skinner.
‘Doctor Who’ season nine is about to begin, but star Peter Capaldi is already hinting that this season might be his last as The Doctor.
Ever been watching Mythbusters and thought, “man, this would make a good spy drama?” Well, apparently someone at CBS did.
The Ben Affleck and Matt Damon-produced Syfy pilot ‘Incorporated’ adds Dennis Haysbert and more to its already impressive cast.
Episode titles for Marvel/Netflix series ‘Jessica Jones’ season one may have been revealed, suggesting a superhero team-up on the horizon.
‘Agent Carter’ star Hayley Atwell says she would love to be the first woman to play the time-traveling Doctor on ‘Doctor Who’.
The cast of Starz’ ‘Blunt Talk’ discuss ‘Family Guy’ creator Seth MacFarlane making outrageous character out of Sir Patrick Stewart.
Yvonne Craig, who body of acting work included playing Batgirl on the original ‘Batman’ live-action TV series, has passed away at age 78.
‘GTA 5′ fans have gotten into custom mods, and one users has recreated the ‘Friends’ intro in true ‘Grand Theft Auto 5′ style.
‘The Flash’ season two gets a teaser that introduces one of Barry Allen’s new enemies: Atom Smasher, played by Adam ‘Edge’ Copeland.
Comedy Central has unleashed a a new TV spot and logo for ‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’, about a month ahead of Noah’s debut.
Wrestlers Stardust and King Barrett send a message to ‘Arrow’ star Stephen Amell, promising the ‘era of the fallen hero’.
Things are going to be heating up for ‘Gotham’ in season 2, as Michelle Veintimilla has been cast as the villain Firefly.
Fox has debuted a ‘Minority Report’ featurette that explores the television series continuation of Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi film.
During the 2015 TCA press tour, The CW’s president confirmed ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ will be the network’s last DC spin-off for the time being.