Ben Edlund breaks his silence about a new “Tick” project, but details remain scarce.
You know that one guy from Forrest Gump? The principal? The one who’s been in everything? Who IS that guy? CraveOnline investigates.
The biggest Blu-ray releases of the fall, and all the runners-up you should look for as well.
CraveOnline gives out its awards to the best and worst Blu-rays of August 2014, including The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Need for Speed and The Walking Dead.
Oliver Queen’s heroic alter ego gets a deadly stalker in the third season of “Arrow.”
A report suggests that Patrick Warburton will reprise his role as The Tick for Amazon. And it’s a little early for April Fool’s Day…
Believe it or not, “The Greatest American Hero” is getting a reboot.
‘Hannibal’ executive producer Bryan Fuller says a cookbook with Hannibal Lecter’s recipes is on the way, along with a book featuring art from the show.
Executive producer Bryan Fuller tells us the schedule for the show, how it’s being adapted, and whether ‘Anansi Boys’ will be included.
The former co-star of “Dollhouse” lands a major role on the newest Marvel TV series.
Meet Felicity’s new love interest. Or is he just a face from her past?
Sony TV signs a blockbuster deal for “The Blacklist” that will bring it to Netflix next month.
The best summer blockbusters of 2014 and the rebirth of everyone’s favorite sitcom.
Wolverine’s “bodyguard” is now Oliver Queen’s mentor on “Arrow.”
Don’t stop wondering whether Tony Soprano lived or died. David Chase has no interest in giving up the answer.
Gatiss will reprise his role as Tycho Nestoris in the new season of HBO’s epic fantasy.
Galifianakis will star in “Baskets,” a new comedy he created alongside Louis C.K. and Jonathan Krisel.
Veteran “Cops” crewmember Bryce Dion is fatally wounded during a shoot out at Wendy’s.
Anthony and Joe Russo confirm that they will helm the sixth season premiere of “Community” for Yahoo Screen.
After winning big at the Emmys, Moffat looks ahead to the further adventures of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson.