Everyone's favorite chainsaw-handed deadite slayer says he's game to continue sawing his way through demons for another three seasons.
Lost alum Jeremy Davies is set to add weight to the already stacked cast of American Gods.
The fallen Deadite and billowing American flag make this the perfect fit for Halloween and Election Season alike
The veteran actor joins the cast of Starz's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's award-winning novel.
CBR spotlights the gods you need to know before Starz's television adaptation from Bryan Fuller & Michael Green arrives on TV in 2017.
Rapper-filmmaker Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is writing and executive producing a new superhero-themed TV project at the premium cable channel.
Making up for her absence at Comic-Con International, the "X-Files" veteran unveiled a new photo of herself from the upcoming Starz series.
Starz has released the first trailer for the adaptation of Neil Gaiman's bestselling fantasy novel, which arrives in 2017.
A new "American Gods" poster includes several supernatural symbols that evoke a conspiratorial nature.
If you thought your dad was tough, wait until you see what it's like for Bruce Campbell's Ash having "The Six Million Dollar Man" as a father.
"Ash vs Evil Dead" returns for its second season this fall, and Starz has a new red band trailer to prove it.
Cook, who is best known for his stand-up comedy, will test his dramatic skills on the series, which is set to start in 2017.
Actor Bruce Langley makes his debut as the New God of the internet in this latest image from the Starz adaptation of the bestselling fantasy novel.
Starz has unleashed a very, very bloody teaser for the upcoming second season of "Ash Vs. Evil Dead."
The "X-Files" veteran teases her second appearance as the New God Media in the Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed fantasy novel.
The first official images from the Starz series reveal Shadow, Mad Sweeney and Wednesday in a scene from Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel.
Jones will play Mr. Nancy, a manifestation of the West African trickster god Anansi, while Barnes appears as Mr. Ibis, "the keeper of stories, past and present."
In these two videos, Bruce Campbell contends to win an Emmy for Best Actor in a Comedy Series.