Mark Frost, who co-created the new season of Twin Peaks with David Lynch, hinted in a new interview that a fourth season is possible.
Sesame Street takes on Netflix's Stranger Things season 2 with the parody Sharing Things.
Rick had a perfectly good reason for letting Negan live when he could have gotten a clean shot off in The Walking Dead season 8 premiere.
After a two-season run as Queen Elizabeth, Claire Foy is replaced by Olivia Colman for the next two season on Netflix's The Crown.
Seth Rogen confirms that AMC has renewed hit series Preacher for a third season, debuting in 2018.
Lin-Manuel Miranda will executive produce and provide new music for Showtime's TV series adaptation of The Kingkiller Chronicle.
After learning the truth about their parents, a group of divisive teenagers unite against their common enemies in Marvel's Runaways.
To coincide with the release of Stranger Things season 2, Netflix has officially announced a recap series.
Netflix releases a brief trailer announcing the return of American Vandal in 2018.
Disney Channel's Andi Mack with feature the network's first ever gay storyline, which will carry through multiple episodes.
Tom Hanks, Mikey Day and Bobby Moynihan reprise their roles from last year's SNL sketch in the animated David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special.
Gabrielle Union will reprise her role as Syd, the sister of Martin Lawrence's Marcus Burnett, in a new Bad Boys spin-off TV series.
Kristen Bell says there are still plans for a Veronica Mars limited series revival, but it may take quite some time to make it happen.
Marvel announces plans to bring back Kingpin, with Vincent D'Onofrio returning as Wilson Fisk in Daredevil Season 3.
Fans of Stranger Things have discovered a fun Easter egg that brings users into the Upside Down.
Ralph Macchio and William Zabka reunite on the Atlanta set of Cobra Kai, while five new cast members are announced including Ed Asner.
Actor Robert Guillaume, best known for roles in The Lion King and the TV series Benson, passed away at age 89.
Wolf of Wall Street star P.J. Byrne has been added as a series regular on Syfy's Tremors, with four more coming aboard.