The Walking Dead season 5 premiere is just a few days away (on Sunday, Oct. 12), so what better way to get yourself ready than with a deep dive with the man who created the Walking Dead world, Robert Kirkman. Read what the comic book writer and TV show exec producer has to say about what we will see coming up, including multiple threats and multiple…couples? (Click through both pages to read the entire interview.) READ FULL STORY
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Hilary Swank has teamed with Fox for a two-hour dog-themed special that will air Thanksgiving night.
Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Tuesday’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has turned the tables on Hydra.
Supernatural‘s 10th season kicked off with an hour full of karaoke, mystery, at least one kidnapping, and then some more karaoke. By the end of it, Sam’s hunt for Dean was halted, and Dean had left his karaoke mic behind to escape his brother’s grasp. But what happened to Sam’s shoulder? And what is Crowley’s master plan?
We chatted with showrunner Jeremy Carver to talk about the events of the premiere, what’s next, and this year’s introduction of witch Rowena:
Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the series premiere of The Flash. Read at your own risk.
Barry Allen is going to die. Just kidding. Maybe. The series premiere of The CW’s Flash included an ominous closing scene that seemed to indicate a deadly future for Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) that may have left some viewers scratching their heads.
Lisbon’s family is expanding.
Friday Night Lights alum Derek Phillips and Rob Belushi, who played Lily’s go-to bartender, Linus, during the final season of How I Met Your Mother, have landed guest-starring roles on The Mentalist, EW has learned exclusively.
The Flash is about to get very cold.
Ahead of the series premiere, DC Comics chief Geoff Johns posted a few photos of Prison Break star Wentworth Miller as Leonard Snart, otherwise known as Captain Cold.
There are a number of people who have already seen Tuesday’s series premiere of The Flash. Months before its debut, a leaked copy hit the internet, and then Warner Bros. screened it at Comic-Con. But there’s a very good reason why viewers should still tune in Tuesday night.
For American Horror Story: Coven, Halloween was basically its Olympic games, and this time last year, fans got their taste of how witches dealt with their competition.
Now, EW has an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the episode from the show’s Blu-ray release, in which some of the cast reveal that shooting the episode was sometimes just as scary as watching it. Watch below to find out exactly how Angela Bassett really feels about working with snakes.
Scandal is never ordinary. Case in point, when Olivia (Kerry Washington) invites Jake (Scott Foley) to have dinner with Rowan (Joe Morton), this isn’t a case of a woman introducing her boyfriend to her dad. No, it’s much more complicated than that. In this case, the president’s former mistress asks her lover to have dinner with the man that previously threw him in a hole and tortured him. Say it with me: Awkward.
How will Jake respond to Olivia’s request? Better yet, how will his reunion with fellow B613 alum Charlie (George Newbern) go? Hint: It quickly turns violent. Check out an exclusive sneak peek at this week’s episode:
Heading into Supernatural‘s 10th season, showrunner Jeremy Carver has teased that this year’s mythology will be “very, very personal” for all of our favorite characters. But before we can get to that chapter, we have to deal with all things Demon Dean.
From the promos, we know that Demon Dean is a fan of strip clubs, karaoke, and porn. But how does he feel about his younger brother—and what is Sam willing to do to find him? We talked with Jensen Ackles about playing the Deanmon and what comes next. You know, after all the evil.
Days ahead of The Walking Dead’s season-five premiere, AMC has already renewed the show for season six.
The AMC zombie drama, which returns Sunday at 9 p.m. ET, has become the No. 1 show on television in the adults 18-49 demographic for the last two years, a feat almost unheard of for a cable show.
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