Strange New Worlds dips its toe into doing a musical episode, but it's execution calls back to "Once More, With Feeling" from Buffy Season 6.
AMC Networks CEO Kristin Dolan assures that the Walking Dead universe won't be disrupted by the strikes -- for now.
Dead City Season 2 can correct the sexism surrounding Maggie's development since TWD by giving her agency not tied to a male counterpart.
Rogers: The Musical's composer and conductor, Christopher Lennertz, finally shares why Bucky Barnes is barely in the musical.
Yellowstone star Kelly Reilly shares that she occasionally disagrees with showrunner Taylor Sheridan about the direction of her character.
An early Star Trek: TOS scene involving Captain Kirk, Spock and a backrub played a big role in launching the Spirk ship, a milestone in modern fandom.
Executive producer Tomek Baginski claims the shift away from The Witcher's source material was an attempt to simplify the plot for a wider audience.
Chris Perry, the CEO of the TV archive Kaleidoscope, shares news on the lost episodes of classic Doctor Who adventures.
In Black Mirror Season 4, "Black Museum" waded into xenophobia, racism and white supremacy in the most haunting, gut-wrenching manner.
The animation studio behind The Venture Bros. is hiring for the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem spinoff series on Paramount+.
A new report suggests that actor Margarita Levieva will play Matt Murdock's girlfriend Heather Glenn in the upcoming Daredevil: Born Again series.
SpongeBob villain Plankton was revealed as a playable fighter in the upcoming Nickelodeon-themed fighting game.
A collection of Ahsoka images preview Ahsoka Tano, Hera Syndulla, and more ahead of the Star Wars show's release, complete with personal hashtags.
Liv and Maddie star Joey Bragg alleges that the Disney Channel used different contract loopholes to avoid paying actors higher rates.
Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor could often seem innocent and whimsical on Doctor Who, but beneath his quirks lays one of the Doctor's darkest personas.
Season 1 of My Adventures with Superman explores queer love outside of Metropolis, which results in Clark Kent's world being changed in a big way.