Were you one of the record-setting 3 million people to tune into A&E's "Bates Motel?" Do you want to see the episode again? Did you miss the premiere? Either way consider yourself covered as the cable network is streaming the whole enchilada right now.
Dean Norris has been busy posting a few "Vine" videos on his Twitter account from the set of "Under the Dome," and we have a look at some screenshots right here.
"Grimm" just returned to the airwaves, and "Hannibal" hasn't even started yet, but those minor details haven't stopped NBC from announcing the season finale dates for both of its horror-based series. Read on for the info.
Just a handful of episodes remain before the April 29th season finale of "The Following," and we have a look inside last night's "Love Hurts" episode along with a few stills and a new promo for next week's Episode 1.10, "Guilt."
Just think; if the "Bates Motel" were a real functioning business and Norman and his mom weren't fictitious characters and if the enormous amount of eyes that were glued to A&E's TV series of the same name could be translated into actual guests, the duo would be rich and opening Bates Motels everywhere!
On March 30th "Orphan Black" premieres on BBC America, and to help whet your appetites, the network has released the three-minute opening scene, which you can check out right here!
Some pretty interesting news is coming in from TV land as two of the horror genre's best are entering the small screen arena with new projects. The only problem? Neither of them is horror related. Read on if you're curious.
It must be true that "music hath charms to soothe a savage breast" since in this clip from "The Vampire Diaries" Episode 4.17, "Because the Night," those vamp beasts known as Damon, Elena, and Rebekah can be found together and smiling(!) while Dead Sara plays in the background.
Things are getting a bit out of hand on "Being Human" what with Sally craving flesh, Aidan waking up in the trash, and Josh... well, it looks like Josh may have lost his new BFF. Read on for a look at next week's Episode 3.11, "If I Only Had Raw Brain."
If you're in the UK and watched Episode 1 of "In the Flesh," we'd love to hear your thoughts. In the meantime we Yanks will have to be satisfied with a look at Episode 2 while we wait to hear if BBC America will be showing this anytime soon.
One thing that's obvious about A&E's "Bates Motel" is that the powers-that-be didn't skimp one bit when it came to recreating one of the most iconic locations in horror history. Check out these behind-the-scenes looks at the set design, writing, directing, and first episode of the show.
Are you hungry for the tenderest of meats cooked to blood rare perfection, smothered in mushrooms, and dripping with a delicate au jus? Sounds kind of good, no? Only trouble is this sliver of protein power is more akin to Soylent Green than sirloin. Check out a new promo for "Hannibal."
The final bit of key casting news for NBC's supernatural western pilot "The Sixth Gun" has arrived with Elena Satine signing on to play the “widow” Missy Hume, a powerful Madame who runs the town of Brimstone kept unnaturally youthful by being in possession of the Fifth Gun.
We're just a few hours away from the premiere of "Bates Motel" on A&E, and in case you're wondering if it's worth your time, our resident Psycho expert, Jinx, has sent over his initial impressions of the first three episodes.