Supergirl has become the second CW DC drama to close out its season, and packing quite a punch at that. Not only did we get a Superman vs. Supergirl showdown, but also a Reign-ing hint at Season 3’s big bad, a Wonder-ous mini-crossover, and perhaps even a Legion of Super-Heroes tease!
AMC’s Preacher will finally become the road-faring series it was destined to become in Season 2, and that means new locations. Co-creators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are also back behind the camera, as a new featurette explores the comic drama’s trip to New Orleans.
Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist was beset by a number of challenges, not the least of which included the absence of Danny Rand’s classic costume. Star Finn Jones is optimistic we’ll see the look in Season 2, and even has a few ideas, should Iron Fist move forward with a second season.
June 10 is far too long to wait for the final run of Orphan Black, so we’ve got the next best thing. Enjoy one final trailer for the fifth and final season, as Sarah grows hellbent on rescuing Kira from Rachel, and Krystal remains as delightfully oblivious as ever.
Game of Thrones promised us 747-sized dragons in Season 7, and they weren’t messing around. New photos from the coming premiere reveal an itty-bitty Daenerys atop a massive Drogon, along with other new sneak peeks.
Fred Savage, Cobie Smulders and Keegan-Michael Key are all getting back in the TV swing with Friends From College, a new Netflix comedy series from Neighbors creator Nick Stoller. The drug-fueled first official teaser-trailer has arrived, along with a July premiere date.
We’ll still have to wait until September for Elisabeth Moss’ official Top of the Lake return, but some new China Girl photos pair nicely with that first trailer. Check out new looks at Game of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie, Nicole Kidman and more!
Showtime’s ‘Twin Peaks’ remains as maddeningly cryptic as ever, but hits just the right note of Lynch-ian weirdness and intrigue, like a fine (if lukewarm) cup of coffee. Our review, after Sunday’s two-part premiere.
It looks like neither Showtime, nor David Lynch were pulling our legs after all: Twin Peaks is back! Atop the four new episodes available to watch on streaming, Showtime has released the updated opening credits for the 2017 series, haunting theme music and all.
The world of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has a loose grip on reality, so it shouldn’t surprise that famous faces occasionally pop up in-character. That said, crossing over with a fellow Netflix universe is another matter entirely, as producer Robert Carlock explains how the Kimmy crew made a certain prison transfer happen in Season 3.