Finally, the press release we've been waiting months for has arrived: An actor has been chosen to play "The Governor" in AMC's "The Walking Dead", and while it's not someone instantly to familiar to us, considering how well casting for the show has gone thus far, we have faith he will fit the part just fine.
Word has come that "Brothers & Sisters" star Dave Annable will be joining the previously announced Terry O'Quinn in ABC pilot "666 Park Avenue" from writer David Wilcox ("Fringe"), Warner Bros. TV, and Alloy Entertainment.
Here's a happy surprise... Showrunner Glen Mazzara is kicking ass with AMC's "The Walking Dead", taking the reins after Frank Darabont's highly controversial dismissal. Dare we say it; the last two episodes have been the best of the season. So what surprises lay ahead?
It's hard to believe NBC's "Grimm" is up to its 12th episode, but that's what we get this week with "Last Grimm Standing", in which a murder leads Nick and Hank to an underground fight club. Check out these clips from the ep along with some cool artwork for the "Lowen Games" themselves.
On this week's "Inside Horror" your host with the most, Elric, not only had his usual ladies (Staci and Jenna) flanking him, but he was also joined on the loveseat by the adorable Ashlynn Yennie (The Human Centipede) and the super pretty (and talented!) SuperHeidi Honeycutt and Shannon Lark. Honest Abe got in a few licks as well.
You have to wonder if the creators behind Twitter had any idea of how influential and informative the site would become. For instance, author R.L. Stine has used it not only to announce the renewal of his TV show, "The Haunting Hour", but also to unveil a new very short story.
Ever wonder how the CGI masters at Stargate Studios fill in the gaps between reality and what you see on TV during "The Walking Dead"? Then this Visual Effects Breakdown video is for you! And once you're done with that, we have another sneak peek of Episode 2.10, "18 Miles Out".
Here we are. Finally at the conclusion of our in-depth interview with "Ghost Adventures" frontman Zak Bagans (read Part One here and read Part Two here). Closing things out, Zak talks about what's next for him, shares his dream investigations, and answers some of YOUR questions.
Yes, we're fans of the US version of "Being Human" on Syfy, but that doesn't mean we're not uber excited for the UK version's return to BBC America this coming Saturday night, February 25th. If you're the same, then be sure to watch this recap before the new season begins.
The horror genre has become incredibly hot on TV thanks in part to quality shows like "Supernatural" and "The Walking Dead", and just when you think you've had your fill, another bit of episodic content rears its horrific head!
The war between vamps and lycans heats up next week on Syfy's "Being Human", and to help you choose sides, we have a preview and a clip from Episode 2.07, "The Ties that Blind".
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Scott Wilson (Hershel Greene); a Sneak Peek of Episode 2.10 - 18 Miles Out
In last night's episode of "The Walking Dead", seeds were sown for the inevitable Rick vs. Shane showdown, and we can't wait! But first here's a Q&A with Scott Wilson, who plays Hershel, and a sneak peek of upcoming Episode 2.10, "18 Miles Out".
ABC has released a clip from this week's upcoming Episode 1.04 of "The River", entitled "A Better Man", and we have it for you right here along with a teaser preview of the ep.
With the recent casting of Chris Meloni and Peter Mensah as part of the new Vampire Authority on HBO's "True Blood", we've been wondering who would be filling out the rest of the Authority's seats, and today we learned of two more members. Read on for the details.
We've been talking about the sinister new show from the UK "The Fades" for a few days now and have decided one thing ... it is cool enough for us to let you check out a copy on us! Read on for details.