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Seven Years Is Enough For Any Television Series, Right?

I had an odd reaction to the news that Fox's Bones has been renewed for a seventh season earlier this week: The feeling that, finally, things could start wrapping up and coming to an end in a sensible, graceful manner. Why was that so odd, you may ask? Because no-one involved with the show has even hinted that Bones's seventh year will be its last. It's just my wishful thinking.

20 Can't-Miss Episodes Of Star Trek

Netflix has acquired streaming rights for all the Star Trek television series, and plans to roll them out toward the end of the year. Good news for fans, definitely, but what if you've never seen any of the five shows and your time is limited? Don't worry: We'll tell you the 20 episodes you should make room in your schedule to see.

Five Movie And TV Crossovers That Really Should Happen

For all the misgivings I have about the shared Marvel Movie Universe - which pretty much comes down to "It's all fun now, but it'll probably seem like a drag ten movies down the line, just like the comics" - I have to admit, there really is a thrill in seeing characters from one place suddenly pop up where you least expect them. In fact, I have to admit, if I had my way, movies and television shows would crossover much more often than they already do - and here are five examples of what I'd want to see.

Scott Tipton on "Star Trek: Infestation"

"Infestation," IDW's inaugural crossover event, is nearly upon us, overwhelming several licensed universes. CBR News spoke with "Star Trek: Infestation" co-writer Scott Tipton about his contribution to the crossover.

10 Things To Hate About Star Trek: The Next Generation

Star Trek: The Next Generation was my first real Star Trek series. I was born too late for the original show (and the animated follow-up, for that matter), and as a kid, the re-runs just didn't do it for me. But ST:TNG debuted when I was thirteen, and I was completely sold on everything from Picard's calmness to Troi's plunging necklines. I avidly devoured every new episode, and couldn't wait for more... which should've been a sign that I shouldn't have rewatched the show recently, really.

Exclusive Preview | IDW's Infestation #1

IDW manages to find something new to do with two of comics' favorite subjects this year, with Infestation breaking new ground for both zombies and crossovers. The story that starts in Ashley Wood and Chris Ryall's Zombies Vs. Robots reality before crossing into the universes of Ghostbusters, GI Joe, Star Trek and Transformers begins this month with a first issue written by fan favorites Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, with art by David Messina. Click through for a preview.

Abnett & and Lanning "Infest" IDW

With an "Infestation" set to rip through IDW's licensed titles in January in the publisher's first crossover, CBR spoke with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the event and their "Transformers" tie-in.

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