There’s nobody like John Barrowman. Whether he’s performing at the opening of the Commonwealth games (where he emerged from under a giant kilt!) or making a splash at Comic Con […]
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The writers of “The Walking Dead” have let their imaginations run wild for Season 4 of the hit AMC series, so the zombies will be more incredible than any season […]
It looks as if the 2nd Mass is headed to Boston to destroy a crucial Espheni base in the Season 3 finale of “Falling Skies,” despite heated debate as to whether or not it is a smart move. But it is one that Tom [Noah Wyle] wants to make, so he rallies the troops toward the objective.
The CW will be launching its “Vampire Diaries” spinoff “The Originals” this fall on Tuesday, October 15th, and now word comes out of Comic-Con that the network will also be taking a look at a possible spinoff of its long-running “Supernatural” series, which is premiering its ninth season this fall.
There are two new residents moving to Starling City — and they’re no friends of “Arrow.” Latest “Arrow” news from Comic-Con …
The “HIMYM” kids sound off about the never-ending story their dad started telling them eight years ago. Watch the clip that is the talk of Comic-Con this weekend …
“The Big Bang Theory” will never film scenes at an actual Comic-Con Convention, even though the parallels between the show and the convention are obvious. Highlights of the “Big Bang” session at Comic-Con this week …
“Black Sails” cast out into the open waters of Comic-Con. Starz isn’t premiering the mature pirate drama until next year, but the first episode was screened for hundreds of fans — some dressed in pirate regalia — at a movie theater Thursday night during the pop-culture convention.
In this interview with xfinityTV, showrunner Bryan Fuller talks about sexing up the show, the role reversal with Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) behind bars instead of Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen), how Will will go to trial for the murder of Abigail Hobbs, Season 2 guest stars and more.
here weren’t any kills at the final panel for “Dexter” at Comic-Con, but there were some tears. “Dexter” actresses Jennifer Carpenter and Lauren Velez held back the waterworks as they expressed their gratitude to fans gathered inside the San Diego Convention Center for the pop-culture convention.