“Before the night is through, I wanna do bad things with you.”
Sherlock’s will is tested when he learns the truth about Moriarty.
“Warehouse 13” will only get six new episodes in 2014 before the end of the series.
First episode features mogul Donald Trump.
DC’s Amazon superheroine may get another chance at TV stardom in 2014.
The “King of The Hill” and “Beavis & Butt-Head” creator’s dark Silicon Valley comedy series gets a greenlight from HBO.
If J.J. Abrams were to make a movie of “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” whom should he cast?
Executive producer Jeffrey Bell shoots down a popular theory about which character Richards is playing in the pilot.
Even if NBC doesn’t renew “Hannibal,” Amazon and at least one cable network are interested in picking it up.
Look for “Boston’s Finest” and “Graceland” beginning in June.
New series and returning favourites are on the bill for this summer.
The first show to blend gaming and television, is more than an FPS or RPG, says Defiance’s teenage star.
Marvel moves into Tuesday as the “Dancing With The Stars” result show is out.
Food Network Canada reality show films season finisher in Calgary.
“Almost Human” and “Sleepy Hollow” move into Mondays, as “Bones” gets shipped to Fridays with a new comedy block.
Kiefer Sutherland will reprise his role as Jack Bauer in “24: Live Another Day.”
HBO Canada comedy returns for their final season.
“The Blacklist” gets the biggest push, vampires and pirates rule Friday nights and “Community” gets benched… again.
The twin cancelations may signal a shift towards more action oriented programming.
Marvel lands its first live action network TV series in decades.