A new report claims that Andrew Lincoln will only show up in a half-dozen new episodes of The Walking Dead Season 9 before calling it quits.
After wrapping on Netflix's superhero miniseries Defenders, Charlie Cox says he'll be back on the Daredevil set before the end of 2017.
The Meg star Ruby Rose will debut as Batwoman in the Arrowverse crossover even this December.
The entire original Spice Girls lineup will reunite for a new TV special and compilation album in 2018.
Known for playing Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Wil Wheaton says he'd love to reprise the role for Picard.
HBO is holding a free Game of Thrones screening marathon at a theater in London ahead of the season 7 Blu-ray release.
Former Saturday Night Live cast member Adam Sandler is returning to the show as a host in May, with musical gues Shawn Mendes.
Disney Channel's Andi Mack with feature the network's first ever gay storyline, which will carry through multiple episodes.
AMC CEO Josh Sapan says that The Walking Dead could potentially last for decades and that there's a lot of life in the franchise.
Sherlock creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have penned a three-part Dracula miniseries for the BBC and Netflix.
Robin gets violent in the Titans trailer, which launches on the DC Universe streaming service later this year.
It was initially thought that Game of Thrones season 8 would only have six episodes, but now HBO says that may get extended.
Showrunner Angela Kang reveals that Lauren Cohan won't be back as Maggie anytime soon on The Walking Dead, but the door is open for the future.
Netflix has announced that new episodes of The Punisher are coming sooner than expected.
The family history of Superman and his home planet is explored in the first teaser for Syfy's Krypton.
Okilly Dokilly, The Simpsons inspired metal band themed after Ned Flanders, releases their first music video for the song "White Wine Spritzer."
Fox and IGN have teamed up for an Alien: Isolation digital series, which adapts the 2014 video game of the same name.
Netflix has announced a few of its big 2018 plans which include new seasons for hit Marvel shows Daredevil, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones.
History is ending Vikings after season 6, but creator Michael Hirst is already in negotiations to keep things going with a spin-off.