Netflix is preparing to launch The Umbrella Academy season 2 at the end of July and they're releasing the first trailer tomorrow.
John Krasinski explains why he had to sell his web show Some Good News To CBS.
AMC has released a brand new trailer for NOS4A2 season 2, which is set to arrive this June.
Veteran actor Richard Herd, known for his role on Seinfeld and many other TV shows and movies, has passed away from cancer.
For their children (or even for themselves), fans of The Office can now pre-order a Little People figure set based on the show.
FX has officially renewed It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia for season 15 making it the longest-running live-action comedy ever.
Lennie James casts doubt on Fear the Walking Dead season 6 being able to continue filming any time soon.
Rob McElhenney says the next season It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia will tackle what the world's currently going through.
Some Good News was created to share exactly what the title implies, but a lot of fans don't think it's good news that the show was sold to CBS.
FX has officially renewed What We Do in the Shadows for a third season ahead of the season 2 finale.
A new blooper from Supernatural season 15 has been released, giving fans something to laugh about while they wait for the fall.
While there is no truth to recent rumors of a Quake series that recently circulated, Chloe Bennet is game for the proposed project.
This new version of UNO introduces the Kevin's Famous Chili rule where players must drop all their cards on the table.
A sequel to the Hans Christian Andersen story, Washed Up will follow the titular mermaid investigating the death of her father.
Some Good News just went on hiatus, but it will be returning soon as a CBS All Access series across different platforms.
New fan art from BossLogic demands that Stephanie Beatriz suit up as CW's Batwoman replacement.
Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli are reportedly set to finally plead guilty to the fraud charges against them.
The strange tale behind Pam Hupp is going from podcast to scripted limited series.
It's hard to picture anyone but Michael Richards as Kramer, but Jerry Seinfeld says Andy Kaufman could have pulled it off.