Jeph Loeb assures that ABC will remain Marvel's main TV home despite having partnerships with Netflix, Hulu and other networks.
The Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman star Richard Anderson succumbed to natural causes at the age of 91.
HBO gives True Detective season 3 the green light with Mahershala Ali to star in a story that spans three different time periods.
Fans will be able to relive the terror of American Horror Story: Roanoke with a new maze at Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights.
Greg Berlanti's Titans TV series has cast Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales star Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson.
The first review for ABC's Inhumans TV series has arrived calling it a disappointment on every level.
Composer Alf Clausen was given his Simpsons walking papers ahead of the Season 29 debut.
The hosts are in full rebellion mode as primitive humans battle a polar bear in a special HBO promo featuring Westworld Season 2.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld offers a sneak peek at his first-ever Netflix special Jerry Before Seinfeld, streaming this September.
Marvel and Netflix have unveiled a brand new promo for The Punisher as well as revealing the episode titles for the show's first season.
Game of Thrones show runners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss discuss why Season 7 ended the way it did.
The Paramount Network offers a first look at the new Heathers TV show based on the cult classic starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.
Facebook has unveiled a new filter that allows users to turn themselves into the Night King ahead of the Game of Thrones season 7 finale.
Fox has released a new trailer for Gotham season 4 which finally has Bruce Wayne putting on an early version of the Batsuit.
Lionsgate is developing a Jumper TV series with original star Jamie Bell and Doctor Who writer Julian Simpson.
Michael Bolton sings a theme song for Game of Thrones in the style of a 90s TV show and it's amazing.
Charlie Cox says Daredevil Season 3 will pull from Born Again story, with shooting confirmed for this October.
A new report claims that former game show host Bradley Walsh is set to appear on Doctor Who as Jodie Whittaker's new companion.
Stranger Things creators The Duffer Brothers can't imagine that the show will go beyond 4 seasons.