The first photos from The X-Files season 11 have arrived, as well as the first plot details and the confirmation that the show will debut in early 2018.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan reveals at a convention appearance that he hopes to return as John Winchester in Supernatural and give the fans some closure.
A group of mutants try to track down one of their own in The Gifted series premiere, debuting October 2.
Tom Hanks returns to voice The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special along with Peter Dinklage.
Norman Reedus joins Dave Chappelle and his Walking Dead friends Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Greg Nicotero in a sneak peek at Ride with Norman Reedus Season 2.
BBC America has debuted a prequel to Planet Earth: Blue Planet II, featuring a musical collaboration between Hans Zimmer and Radiohead.
Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira, Lauren Cohan, Norman Reedus and more summarize all 100 episodes in 30 seconds.
Bron Studios and Media Res have won a bidding war for the rights to the David Cronenberg classic Scanners, which will be turned into a TV series.
CBS has handed out a full season order for their Big Bang Theory spin-off Young Sheldon, just days after setting a new ratings record.
Justin Timberlake is reportedly finalizing his deal to return to the Super Bowl Halftime show for the first time since the Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction in 2004.
A new report claims that HBO is spending a staggering amount for each of the six episodes that will comprise Game of Thrones Season 8.
Get your first look at Michael Shannon as FBI negotiator Gary Noesner in the trailer for Waco, starring Taylor Kitsch as David Koresh.
Heidi Gardner, Luke Null and Chris Redd have been added as the three new featured players in Saturday Night Live Season 43, along with seven new writers.
Tom Wopat reportedly told a 16 year-old girl that he was a creepy old man before allegedly groping her.
David Benioff and David Weiss have been set to direct the Game of Thrones series finale, with three other directors set for Season 8.
Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny take a knee on the X-Files Season 11 set as NFL players protest across America.