WWE superstar John Cena will host a relaunch of Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? for Nickelodeon.
Chicago Police have arrested, but not charged, two individuals for their suspected involvement in last month's assault on Jussie Smollett.
Greg Nicotero announced on social media that production on the first episode of Creepshow has wrapped.
Hasbro and Rooster Teeth have partnered with Netflix for a new Transformers animated series titled War for Cybertron.
Netflix has announced that Santa Clarita Diet is returning a lot quicker than most fans were anticipating.
Doom Patrol is just one day away from debuting and DC has provided an extended look at the upcoming series.
David Fincher and Tim Miller have teamed for a series of adult-oriented animated shorts in Love, Death & Robots, which arrives next month.
The U.S. Copyright Office doesn't think that Alfonso Ribeiro's ownership claim over the Carlton Dance is legitimate.
Legendary producer and director Larry Charles talks his new Netflix show, future possible collaborations with Sacha Baron Cohen and much more.
An Are You Afraid of the Dark? revival will tell all-new stories to a new generation of budding horror fans.
The return of All That means sketch comedy for tweens is coming back to Nickelodeon.
Unconfirmed reports suggest there are two separate TV shows from the Alien franchise on the way.
Hanna must embark on a perilous journey in the first trailer for Amazon's new series based on the hit movie.
An all-new animated series for kids based on the Star Trek franchise is in the works at Nickelodeon.
Craig Erwich of Hulu is open to reviving shows like Daredevil canceled by Netflix, but can it really happen?
Don Quinn must balance the stress off Chritsmas and his complicated family life in Netflix original comedy series Merry Happy Whatever.
Hasbro Games has announced their partnership with Netflix's Stranger Things and the results are awesome.
Carly Daly is leaving his long-running NBC late-night show, with a new show set to be announced soon.
Producer Nick Antosca reveals new details about SyFy's Child's Play TV series, which will maintain the original franchise mythology.