Another day, another teaser for the new season of The Walking Dead.
In 1974, Roddy McDowall appeared on The Carol Burnett Show in full Planet of the Apes makeup. As you can expect, apetics, er, antics ensued.
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Does Lost Girl appeal mostly to chicks? All my friends who are fans of the fantasy TV series, about a young Succubus named Bo (Anna Silk), are of the lady persuasion. But here are eight reasons why anyone can love Syfy’s fun, fashion-friendly genre romp.
Series 7 of Doctor Who resumed Saturday, and “The Bells of Saint John” was fun and intriguing. But it also bugged me, because showrunner Steven Moffat is both incredibly brilliant and incredibly annoying. Here are five spoilery reasons I’m irritated, and five ways Moffat will probably make it all OK.
The third season of Game of Thrones, debuting March 31 on HBO, will undoubtedly feature many clashes between characters from George R.R. Martin’s novel A Storm of Swords. Here’s a spoiler-laden list of the 10 we’re most hoping to see.
With the first season of Arrow nearly finished, Matthew Nando Kelly takes a look back at the series and how it compares to the network’s old superhero drama, Smallville. He thinks Arrow is better and he has a list to prove it.
In 1985, Douglas Adams appeared on Late Night with David Letterman to promote So Long and Thanks for All the Fish. Here’s the appearance in its entirety.