Last night's Glee finished the season in fine style, bringing everything full circle with its musical choices while providing satisfying climaxes to most, if not all, of its main plots. So why am I left worried by it?
The Frank Darabont-directed adaptation of Robert Kirkman's zombie comic epic will air across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and more after its initial North American run on AMC.
Cast members from HBO's The Wire will participate in a paintball tournament this weekend in New York City as a benefit for Jamie Hector's (Marlo) charity organization, Moving Mountains Inc.
Rosamund Pike a "First Class" White Queen? "Green Lantern" invades the Licensing Expo. "Scott Pilgrim" and his second TV spot. Also, a new Mary Jane for "Spider-Man" musical and more.
The Walking Dead, No Ordinary Family and Hawaii Five-O are among the new series with a presence next month at Comic-Con International. See what other TV shows (so far) will plant their flags in San Diego.
Following yesterday's announcement that Starz has acquired the U.S. rights for a 10-episode fourth series of Torchwood, Spinoff Online spoke with Stephan Shelanski, the network's senior vice president of programming and originals, about how the deal came together and what the show's devoted fans can expect.
Stanley Tucci signs onto "Captain America." Our first glimpse of "Green Lantern's" ring? Is Michael Fassbender the bad boy of "First Class?" Also, "Batman Year One" animated and more.
A 10-episode season of Torchwood will debut in summer 2011 on Starz in the U.S. and BBC One in the U.K. The new season, which promises to have more of an "international scope," will feature the return of John Barrowman, Eve Myles and showrunner Russell T. Davies.
Executive producer Pam Brady spoke with Spinoff Online about Neighbors From Hell, TBS' new animated comedy focusing on a family of demons sent to Earth to stop a company from drilling into the planet's core and accidentally revealing Hell. The show premieres tonight.
Licensing opportunities for "Green Lantern." Will Aaron Johnson report to "First Class"? "Scott Pilgrim" clip airs on TV. Also, "A-Team" director talks "Preacher," and more.
Plans for a feature film adaptation of the Voltron franchise have been shelved for the time being, with rights holders focusing on a new television series and other merchandising efforts instead.
The offbeat Star Wars Catina 2010 TV spot from Adidas features an all-star cast, including Dave Beckham, Daft Punk, Snoop Dogg, Noel Gallagher, Ian Brown and Jay Baruchel.