Tony Hale took the stage to talk about the series of shorts coming to Disney Plus based on Forky from Toy Story 4.
Kevin Feige had more than a few extra tricks up his sleeve left over from last month's Comic-Con announcements.
Disney and Lucasfilm have finally confirmed Ewan McGregor is returning for the Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ series.
The Mandalorian creator confirmed at the D23 Expo that fans may have to wait in between each episode.
The D23 Disney+ panel is already starting to deliver the surprises with the news of Hilary Duff's return.
Warner Bros. Television has ordered three new pilots for their upcoming streaming service HBO Max.
Robert De Niro has filed a lawsuit against a former employee for unauthorized spending and television-watching.
The actress behind Starlight sat down to discuss today's superhero culture and The Boys.
Disney's social media marketing has taken a clever turn by including The Simpson, if they even meant to, that is.
Glow vs. The Babyface sets its creative team with Aimee Garcia, AJ Mendez and Hannah Templer for a four issue comic book miniseries set in the world of Netflix's hit drama.
The show revolving around the God of Mischief is getting ready for production, with an eye in starting early next year.
After intense discussions and negotiations, CBS and Viacom have agreed to merger terms in a multi-billion dollar deal.
Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely feel Avengers: Endgame has set up some pretty interesting stories for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
Netflix's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina creator-showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa reveals the upcoming third season is going to visit Hades.
Ahead of the Star Trek: Picard launch on CBS All-Access, a series of comic books and a novel will arrive to shed some light on the events leading up to the show's plot.
It looks like Marvel Studios is getting ready to roll on their Falcon and Winter Soldier Disney+ series.
The horror mastermind behind The Conjuring will bring the story of the Fisherman killer to the small screen in I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series.
Amy Schumer is returning to television after signing a first-look deal with Hulu.