After being hinted at for months, Shudder and Joe Bob Briggs have revealed they are reteaming for the Halloween Hootenanny.
CBS All Access has announced that the wait for Star Trek: Picard is nearly over, while providing a new look at the highly anticipated series.
New York Comic-Con is currently underway and CBS All Access just dropped the first teaser for Star Trek: Discovery.
AMC has greenlit The Walking Dead for season 11 and revealed that Lauren Cohan's Maggie will return at the tail end of season 10.
Rachel Maddow is heading to Gotham City to switch things up from all of the MSNBC political talk.
HBO has dropped the latest trailer for their upcoming His Dark Materials series and it looks amazing.
The Roseanne revival series was canceled last year after Roseanne Barr posted a racist tweet and now claims her residuals are threatened.
Nicolas Cage never really played the Man of Steel on the big screen, but he came close and he may or may not have been asked to join the Arrowverse.
AMC's Premiere subscription service now has The Walking Dead season 10, episode 1 up for streaming, nearly one week early.
Netflix has announced that Stranger Things Season 4 is happening and that they have signed a big deal with the Duffer Brothers.
Stunt work can be very challenging and it seems that Batwoman star Ruby Rose learned that the hard way.
Deborah Chow previously directed episodes of the Disney+ streaming service's The Mandalorian.
AMC has unveiled the tenth week of The Walking Dead season 10 Reveals, which gives us a new look at the upcoming season.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan seems pretty confident that AMC's The Walking Dead still has a lot stories left to tell.
Chuck Norris starred in the original long-running Walker, Texas Ranger series from the 1990s.
David Spade received his first tattoo ever on a 1995 episode of Saturday Night Live from Sean Penn.
Shudder has released a new trailer for their Creepshow series and horror fans look like they're in for a treat.
Sara Gilbert also took some time to discuss why The Conners is just as important now as the original show was in the early 1990s.
All 180 episodes of the Emmy Award winning Seinfeld are coming to Netflix starting in 2021.