Chicago Police have arrested, but not charged, two individuals for their suspected involvement in last month's assault on Jussie Smollett.
Hasbro and Rooster Teeth have partnered with Netflix for a new Transformers animated series titled War for Cybertron.
David Fincher and Tim Miller have teamed for a series of adult-oriented animated shorts in Love, Death & Robots, which arrives next month.
Legendary producer and director Larry Charles talks his new Netflix show, future possible collaborations with Sacha Baron Cohen and much more.
Hanna must embark on a perilous journey in the first trailer for Amazon's new series based on the hit movie.
Craig Erwich of Hulu is open to reviving shows like Daredevil canceled by Netflix, but can it really happen?
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.
Hulu's hit The Handmaid's Tale will debut later than usual this year, but will avoid competing with Game of Thrones.
Jorma Taccone has been pitching a MacGruber TV series to streaming services, with Will Forte and Kristen Wiig on board.
Rachel Skarsten will play Alice in the Batwoman TV series on The CW alongside Ruby Rose as the titular hero.
Spectrum has released the first trailer for L.A.'s Finest, the Bad Boys spin-off series starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba.
Josh Gad and Once Upon a Time creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz are said to be behind a new 80s-set Muppets series.
Daryl, Michonne, Judith and Carol are highlighted in a new series of Walking Dead season 9 character posters ahead of the upcoming return episode.
The upcoming Star Wars live-action series The Mandalorian will be full of Stormtroopers and bounty hunters, according to Taika Waititi.
Former Game of Thrones star Harry Lloyd will play Professor X in Legion season 3, alongside Stephanie Corneliussen as Gabrielle Haller.
The Marvel series Legion will wrap up after three seasons, which is what creator Noah Hawley originally envisioned.
Despite a historic win for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, the rating for this year's Super Bowl took a dip.
Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Supernatural, Riverdale and more have been given early renewals from The CW for the 2019/2020 season.