Here's a bit of no-brainer news for you on this Monday afternoon: In a move that surprised absolutely no one, The CW has given early pickups for next season to genre faves "Supernatural" and "The Vampire Diaries."
Finally, the wait is over. Season 3 of AMC's "The Walking Dead" kicked off in grand style, and while our nerves are still jangled, we've calmed enough to bring you a sneak peek at next week's Episode 3.10, "Home"! Dig it!
After an agonizing couple of months in limbo since the midseason finale, we now get to learn the fates of our favorite survivors. This episode, entitled "The Suicide King," was directed by Leslie Linka Glatter.
A new clip from the February 10 return of "The Walking Dead" is here, featuring the show's most polarizing character, Andrea, trying to take charge in Woodbury. Check it out, and then join us in counting down the remaining hours and minutes until "The Suicide King" airs on AMC.
Agent Hardy goes on a fishing expedition in the latest clip to arrive from "The Following" Episode 1.04, "Mad Love," as he looks to Carroll for more information about Maggie, a devoted follower. Check it out; this show's never better than when Bacon and Purefoy share some screen time.
Glen Mazzara, outgoing showrunner of "The Walking Dead," sat down with TV Guide for an in-depth chat leading up to the show's mid-season return on Sunday, and we have a few highlights right here along with a brief video Q&A with the evil Governor himself, David Morrissey.
In case you've been wondering what Larry King has been up to, he can now be found on Hulu and Ora.tv, and he recently interviewed "The Walking Dead" fan favorites Norman Reedus (Daryl) and Danai Gurira (Michonne). We have all the highlights right here!
In what is becoming a Friday afternoon tradition, Syfy has released the first four minutes of the upcoming Episode 3.05 of "Being Human," cleverly titled "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Mouth." Watch it here!
A few more videos have come in from Fox in advance of next Monday's Episode 1.04 of "The Following," entitled "Mad Love." Check 'em out here - especially you Northeast folks. What else do you have to do but shovel snow?
Well, we can't say we didn't see this coming, although we do feel bad for series star Steven Pasquale: After posting the lowest-rated scripted premiere in the history of the Big Four networks, "Do No Harm" has been taken off NBC's schedule after just two episodes.
This whole cure storyline is getting really old really fast on "The Vampire Diaries" so we're hoping once everyone goes "Down the Rabbit Hole" in next week's Episode 4.14, things will improve. Here are some stills and a preview of the ep.
Have you been following along with "Bad Hair Day," the four-part web series accompaniment to NBC's "Grimm"? It's time for the finale, in which Monroe and Rosalee get a surprising late night visitor.
You want a preview of the next episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead?" How about over two dozen new images? Yeah, that should be enough to get your hunger going. Sit back and relax; you're gonna be here for a while.
Two of the four leads for Amazon Studios' "Zombieland" TV series have been accounted for. That's right, kids; read on for the first details on your new Columbus and Little Rock. Hopefully these new players will be smart enough not to power up an amusement park. So dumb.
Fox has just released a clip from the upcoming Episode 1.04 of "The Following," entitled "Mad Love," and it also includes behind-the-scenes chats with the show's hot threesome comprised of Paul (Adan Canto), Jacob (Nico Tortorella), and Emma (Valorie Curry).