Starz' 'Torchwood' miniseries takes a final bow this Friday, with many mysteries yet to be solved. See if you can find any hints to the truth of 'Miracle Day' in the preview video.
Michael Crider is a native-born Texan, as well as a movie and TV junkie. While his favorites tend to be science fiction and off-kilter comedies, he's not above a Law & Order rerun, either. Some of his all-time favorites include Firefly, Star Trek: Deep Space 9, Battlestar Galactica (2003), News Radio, Scrubs and Dead Like Me. When not writing for Screen Rant, Michael's a freelance graphic designer.
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Kal Penn has been a busy actor/statesman in the last few years, and it would seem he's bringing his experience to bear for NBC in the form of a United Nations workplace comedy.
'The Walking Dead' season 2 will start with a feature-length premiere when it returns this October and AMC releases its schedule for the season 2 episodes and details for international viewers.
ABC's Monday night super-sleuth series 'Castle' is set for a return in less than a month, but you don't have to wait that long to know what's in store for the premiere. Check out the synopsis for 'Rise', as well as some photos and a video teaser.
Ronald D. Moore is working on 'Hangtown', a new western for ABC with a promising premise. The revival of the TV Western continues.
Season 2 of 'Boardwalk Empire' bows next month, and HBO's second trailer shows off the series' signature style while amping up the action and drama.
Veteran actress Heather Graham is returning to television after a five-year lull. She's taking a starring role in Fox's latest sitcom, which is being retooled for a possible 2012 midseason premiere.
Joshua Jackson is coming back to 'Fringe' for its fourth season, but there's no telling when or how. See if you can piece together the clues to Peter's disappearance in the latest teaser.
The latest TV series from 'Glee' creators Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy won't have you dancing in the halls. The first peek at 'American Horror Story' shows off their uncompromising vision of TV horror.
King of animation TV shows, Fox is preparing a pair of new series from established comedians. Martin's show is in early development, while Carolla's show will center around his established character 'Mister Birchum'.
After a strong first season, 'Suits' will return next year with a second season of 16 episodes. USA's other freshman show, 'Necessary Roughness', is also close to renewal.
Even though Syfy announced the cancellation of 'Eureka' earlier this week, it has been revealed that one additional episode of the hit series has been ordered to properly wrap-up the story.
Sarah Chalke has been floating around television since 'Scrubs' ended last year, but if Fox has their way, she'll star in her own new comedy show in 2012.
After a solid run with 'Torchwood', Starz and the BBC will be producing more original series, benefiting the networks and viewers on both sides of the pond.
ABC is preparing to bring 'The Lincoln Lawyer' to the small screen. They've ordered a script from author Michael Connelly based on his smooth-talking lawyer, Mickey Haller.
The 'Falling Skies' finale Sunday night was the most-watched episode since the June premiere, scoring over 5 million viewers. That makes it the most successful new show on basic cable.
'Castle' is preparing for a high-profile return this September, but stars Nathan Fillion and Seamus Dever have let out some details on a trio of holiday-themed episodes.
This week: Lucy Liu joins 'Southland' Season 4, 'Game of Thrones' adds two book characters, and 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' casts a familiar doctor and lawyer.
As 'Doctor Who' season 6 prepares to return, BBC America has three specials for impatient fans. The best of the Doctor, the monsters and the companions will be on display with a collection of celebrity hosts.