HBO has quietly started rolling cameras on their Game of Thrones prequel series, set thousands of years in the past.
In Vegas, anything glows. Netflix has released the first full-length Glow trailer for the series' third season ahead of its August premiere.
Gaten Matarazzo will host and produce Prank Encounters for Netflix, which is set to launch later this year.
Netflix has released the first teaser trailer for Fast & Furious: Spy Racers, a new animated series set within the franchise.
Syfy is in the works on a Lobo series following the character being introduced in Krypton season 2.
Guardians of the Galaxy star Michael Rooker will star in The Dark Tower TV series in an unspecified role.
DC Comics TV series Lucifer has been given a season 5 order on Netflix, which will conclude the show.
A new rumor suggests that Marvel is planning for Blade to make his MCU debut on the small screen over on Hulu, but will it be Wesley Snipes?
Despite previous doubtful comments, Jennifer Aniston now makes it sound like a Friends reunion is very possible.
Joe and Anthony Russo will executive produce a Magic: The Gathering animated series for Netflix alongside Hasbro and Wizards of the Coast.
Creator Mike Judge and HBO have jointly confirmed that Silicon Valley will end with season 6.
The gorgeous ladies of wrestling head to Las Vegas in the first neon-drenched photos from Glow season 3.
Alex Trebek has received a positive update from his doctors regarding his fight with pancreatic cancer.
A reboot or revival of some kind could be on the horizon for The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, if Will Smith can be pursued.
Seth Rogen and Zazie Beetz star in The Twilight Zone season finale, which features an homage to a classic episode.
A Frasier revival is in the works and star Kelsey Grammer has revealed there are multiple ideas for where it could go.
Kevin Conroy is known best for voicing Batman, but he's up for playing Bruce Wayne's dad in the flesh on the Batwoman TV series.
CBS has released the first teaser trailer for Star Trek: Picard, which may not be what fans were expecting.
HBO Programming President Casey Bloys rules out the possibility of a Game of Thrones sequel in the future.