The week before Mother’s Day and Oliver has to deal with Moira pretty much being Mommy Dearest? Okay, so Moira’s not as bad as that, but come on…she’s getting up there and no one should trust her one bit.
The new animated series "Sanjay and Craig" is premiering later this month on Nick, and we've got a clip for you featuring stars Chris Hardwick ("Craig") and Maulik Pancholy ("Sanjay") as a talking snake and his boy. Or vice versa.
There's little over a week to go until "Star Trek: Into Darkness" (are they actually trekking into darkness?) warps into theaters. So if you're feeling nostalgic for the original "Star Trek" series, be sure to check out this awesome new Diamond Select Spock Figure!
CBS has released the first trailer for their 13-week adaptation of the small town sci-fi thriller "Under the Dome." And yep, those are definitely some characters in a small town trapped under a dome, so as far as it goes, writer Brian K. Vaughan is staying true-ish to Stephen King's utterly terrible novel.
Still, the writer behind "Y: The Last Man" has surely figured out more interesting story beats than "teen randomly goes crazy, starts filling a cabinet with women" or "meth-addicted religious fanatic makes friend, has very little bearing on the rest of the plot."
Just when you think a show’s going good and there’ll be no breaks, it takes a week off. "Adventure Time" was back on track this week giving us something too familiar and making us wish we were a horse.
It's one thing to make your home to look like the Starship Enterprise and to always wear a Starfleet uniform under your everyday clothes, but you can't call yourself a hardcore fan until you've made your love permanent. In my world, when you love something that passionately, you get it tattooed! So with "Star Trek Into Darkness" heading into theaters May 17th, we thought we'd take a look at fans who've boldy gone and taken the ultimate step in fandom and will forever wear their "Star Trek" dedication on their sleeve (and other body parts).
But they aren't always pretty...so we hereby present the best (and worst) in "Star Trek" tattoos!
Along with Damon Lindelof (and J.J. Abrams in the beginning), Carlton Cuse helped shepherd "Lost" into television history by creating a rich, frustrating mythology loaded with juicy nuggets, red herrings, in-jokes, and subtle clues that viewers thought might unlock the ultimate secrets of that magical island and its lost inhabitants. As it turned out, none of it meant anything because FRIENDSHIP was all that mattered or whatever, but that's not the point.
The point is, Carlton Cuse has moved on from tropical settings and giant smoke monsters, to the Pacific Northwest and small, teenage, future (misunderstood) monsters with his new series "Bates Motel." Now, "Bates" has bupkis to do with "Lost" but it appears that didn't stop Cuse from layering in at least one little easter egg in the show to get Losties foaming at the mouth.
Since leaving his post on "Ghost Hunters," Grant Wilson has developed some serious game. Really. The reality-TV paranormal investigator from Syfy has shifted his focus to tabletop game company Rather Dashing Games. And now, for his newest gaming adventure, he's mining new territory.