Unsolved Mysteries will be revived at Netflix by the producers of Stranger Things.
Series produced by Warner Bros. Television are currently unavailable to purchase or stream through Amazon.
New photos from upcoming episodes of Gotham show Gordon meeting with Bane while Hugo Strange conducts experiments on Nygma.
The CW's Supergirl has released a first-look photo of Nicole Maines' Nia Nal in costume as Dreamer, a superhero with clairvoyant abilities.
In the wake of Netflix cancelling its other Marvel original series, Jon Bernthal discusses the possibility of The Punisher being cancelled.
Gotham actor Robin Lord Taylor reveals that his Penguin will look like the comic book version of the character before the end of the final season.
Netflix told shareholders that its biggest competition doesn't come from rival streaming services, but instead from mobile game Fortnite.
Michelle Yeoh's Star Trek spinoff may not premiere until after Star Trek: Discovery has completed its voyage.
The upcoming 150th episode of Arrow will guest-star Kelsey Grammer as the narrator for a documentary about the hero.
Riverdale will tackle the iconic dark teen comedy in its upcoming musical episode.
A former Power Ranger will guest-star on the upcoming DC Universe series in an undisclosed role.
Next season's Arrowverse crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths, will have Flash's long-predicted disappearance play a major role.
A new teaser video for the final season of Game of Thrones shows the story so far woven across a tapestry.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays John Winchester on Supernatural, hopes his appearance in the landmark 300th episode won't be the last.
The first trailer for Rooster Teeth's gen:LOCK series has landed and it wears its old school mecha anime inspirations on its sleeve.
Dark Phoenix filmmaker Simon Kinberg is in final talks with Apple to develop a new science fiction series for Apple TV.
According to Gotham star Camren Bicondova, Selina's transformation will complicate her relationship with her friend and love interest Bruce Wayne.
The Season 2 trailer for the Syfy series Happy! looks to "make Easter great again" in the bloodiest, most mind-bending ways possible.