Is Jack Bauer finally headed to the big screen?
As if we weren't scared of dingy gas stations before, now we REALLY hate 'em!
Break out the fainting couch.
Dang! This was only Peter Capaldi's second episode as the Doctor and the man was already battling the Daleks.
Fox canceled the live-action superhero parody in 2002, after only nine episodes.
If we only have until Christmas with Coleman—rumors of her departure have yet to be confirmed—now is the time to develop her character, to dig into her life, and, as viewers, to give her another shot.
Defiance wrapped up its second season with a perfect encapsulation of its best and worst tendencies.
The series wrapped its third season earlier this month with a cliffhanger finale.
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A major chunk of the current TV landscape has roots in books, movies, graphic novels, comics, and or even other TV shows.
Plus: Mistresses' Season 2 finale, Under the Dome, and more.
Falling Skies' pairing of "Spade Oddity" and "Shoot the Moon" suffered from the fact that one episode was a lot better than the other. However, as a whole, the finale left us in a good position us for Season 5.
"Life's a Mystery" picked up right where last week's momentum-filled "Reckoning" left off, with awesome things like war stories and gunfights and field hangings rounding out one of Season 4's best hours yet.
What did you think of "The Gathering"?
There are still a few weeks left before the fall season begins in earnest, which means you have plenty of time to catch up on any shows you may have missed in their debuts.
They'll both play SSR agents on the Captain America spin-off.
There are lots of shows coming at you this fall, and these are the ones you should keep an eye on.
It'll be his first TV role since the end of the NBC sitcom.
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The character will return to Ohio after experiencing "humiliating failure" in her attempt to become a TV actress.
The locals seem none too pleased.
This week: The Strain calls in some special forces, The Leftovers goes back in time, Teen Wolf fools us, and PLL did WHAT!?!?
The network has given a put pilot commitment to a new take on the cult classic '80s series.
Though the network has yet to officially announce its decision to not move forward with the freshman talk show, Wheaton blogged about receiving the bad news on Friday.
Jennifer Johnson was originally stepping in for series creator Kevin Williamson.
Plus: A Knick mini-marathon, The Strain, Masters of Sex, and more.
We have some friendly advice for Hulu on how to compete with the Netflixes and Amazons of the world.
Ron Perlman as a crazy judge? Mena Suvari as a doctor? Yep, it's pilot season at Amazon again!
And just wait until you find out what happened to Joey and Chandler.
Spoiler alert: He's not.