With tensions high in the country, many politicians have pointed their fingers towards video games and our fascination with violent media as a cause for the...
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Kevin Conroy will be reprising his role of an older Bruce Wayne in the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover that'll be occurring later this year.
Actor Wil Wheaton filed a lawsuit on Monday against Geek & Sundry for his share of proftis from a web series he created and wrote.
Titans, Together (Again) Titans was the show that launched the DC Universe app. After a rough reaction to the first season’s trailer and the first couple...
Not only will the WarnerMedia stream service house all eleven BBC series of the cult-favorite show, but HBO Max will also serve as the future home for all...
With Stranger Things season 3 out, it is time to update my character rankings.
Rutger Hauer, beloved actor, passes away at the age of 75. He leaves behind a legacy worth remembering, from his acting career to the causes he supported.
We've spent a long time away from Middle-Earth and its foils. The screen-spanning franchise began in 2001 and has had six outings since.
Marvel announced their plans for Phase 4, and it looks like they're going to be working more closely with DIsney+ than we had anticipated.
SDCC has brought us a ton of news, including the release of the very first Picard trailer. Fans have more reason than ever to be excited for the series.
HBO drops new Watchmen trailer.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will conclude after a seventh and final season on ABC. It will air next summer on the network.
The divisive and massively popular sci-fi show, Rick and Morty, has had a long hiatus. The last episodes aired back in 2017 at the height of its popularity.
George RR Martin has no plans on changing Game of Thrones book series despite television shows ending.
We know now that the Lord of the Rings series from Amazon is set in the Second Age, but reading through the Silmarillion has led to some speculation.
In what is a surprise to all of us, Marvel passes on adapting Neil Gaiman's Marvel 1602 series into a TV series. It's a disappointment to many.