On the heels of Netflix’s plan to revive classic sitcom Full House with, uh, Fuller House, comes news that Lifetime would also like to cash-in on your nostalgia with an unauthorized Full House movie. Similar to last year’s underwhelming The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, the new project will take you behind the scenes of the sitcom to tell you all those sordid stories about Comet the Dog that you’ve been dying to hear.
The Flash will undoubtedly pull out all the stops heading into the final four episodes of Season 1, but by Grodd, a giant gorilla has stolen the Reverse Flash’s thunder. Behold the majesty of “Grodd Lives” in stunning new photos, and preview the rest of the season with another Rogue-tastic trailer!
In which we give serious consideration to why last night's 'Game of Thrones' hour "High Sparrow" wouldn't show us an older man's exposed genitals. Someone has to do it.
One of the best comedies (and best films) to come out of 2014 was Obvious Child, the Jenny Slate rom-com directed and co-written by Gillian Robespierre. The pair had such immense chemistry together that it’s hardly surprising to see them team up again, this time for a new FX comedy series that will take Slate on the road with Ari Graynor in what’s being described as “like Thelma and Louise — but nobody dies.”
The Skies will Fall for good in Season 5, now that TNT’s Spielberg-produced alien actioner will finally bring the battle for Earth to a close. We’ve seen one spooky teaser, but it’s all-out war as Tom Mason and the 2nd Mass. bring overkill against the Skitters in Falling Skies Season 5's first official footage.
Orange is the New Black won’t lock us up for a third season until June 12, but salvation is already at hand by Season 3's new poster. Piper, Daya, Alex, Crazy Eyes and Red are the focus of the first key art to Orange is the New Black Season 3's return, but what clues are hidden in the image, pray-tell?
President Obama has soften shown himself in good spirits with viral content, from Zach Galifianakis’ Between Two Ferns, or amiably meme-ing himself, but the latest bit is good enough to make you angry. Translate that anger with the help of Keegan-Michael Key himself, as Obama borrowed “Luther” for his own version of the famous Key & Peele bit.
The final seven episodes of AMC’s Mad Men have felt noticeably … well, “business as usual,” and very little like we’ve come to expect from a landmark series with so few hours left. Now, last night’s “Time & Life” finally got down to finale business, bringing us some major change that points toward the series finale, and killing off a series-long name to do it.
Tonight’s Game of Thrones introduced the “High Sparrow” while keeping both faithful and divergent to George R.R. Martin’s books, giving us the best of both worlds. Fan-favorites crossed over, others met under entirely original circumstances. Our full review breaks down tonight’s shocking events for the big future of Game of Thrones Season 5!
For the last two seasons, Orphan Black’s primary focus has been delivering dimensional stories about women, each female clone highlighting how different and engaging each woman can be, while also symbolic of various genres (Helena is horror, Cosima is sci-fi, etc.). But with the addition of the male Castor clones in Season 3, the dynamics have changed and the stakes are higher than ever before. This isn’t just about man vs. woman, it’s about nature vs. nurture and what it means to survive.