The co-stars of CBS’s new sci-fi drama say the technobabble’s got nothing on “ER” and Halle Berry better watch out for her husband’s partner.
The new Jim Gordon of Fox’s Batman prequel, “Gotham,” talks about the show’s film noir influences and playing a cop again after “Southland.”
The star of the CW’s “The Flash” tells us about upcoming villain battles and who will find out his secret identity.
The Oscar winning screenwriting partner of Jim Rash talks about his new FX comedy series “Married,” in which he plays a horny husband and father.
Michael Pitt gets nerdy about optometry and explains why it was important to follow Gary Oldman’s performance as Mason Verger in Hannibal.
Gillan reflects on her “Doctor Who” run while promoting her upcoming comedy series “Selfie” and Guardians of the Galaxy.
The star of El Rey’s second original series tells us about his mad soccer skillz and the family values of the athletic spy drama.
The master of DC comic book movies talks about NBC’s new “Constantine” series with the Television Critics Association.
While promoting his STARZ documentary series The Chair, Zachary Quinto addressed the new NBC Heroes series and whether he’ll be back for more “American Horror Story.”
The creator of “Breaking Bad” meets with the Television Critics Association to preview the spin-off “Better Call Saul” and talks about the delay to 2015, the timeline of the prequel and what we still don’t know about Saul.
The showrunner for “Extant” tells us what we can expect from the alien baby and robot child on this summer’s new sci-fi show.
The Oscar winning star of the X-Men movies talks about coming to television, playing an astronaut and barfing in zero gravity.
The composer for “Fargo” corrects me on a very common false assumption, and tells us why the score, available on a soundtrack album July 1, is like a 10 hour movie score.
The screenwriter describes a deleted musical number from They Came Together and says the Wet Hot American Summer prequel series takes place in a single day.
The co-creator behind “Lost” talks to the Television Critics Association about creating another mysterious show, its parallels to The Rapture and who wrote his very last Tweet.
We meet the star of FX’s new drama, “Tyrant” and also talk about his role in “The Saint” pilot and his upcoming film, Tracers.
Actor Dev Patel describes Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie as ‘a big gumbo of emotion’ and says things get far worse for Neal on The Newsroom this season.
Nicholas Brendon describes making a sci-fi movie without a script, his favorite Buffy episodes and the ‘very political’ cancellation of Kitchen Confidential.
Heir to the Tarr throne on “Defiance,” Jesse Rath takes us through Alak Tarr’s new role on the show.
Curran shares his thoughts on Datak Tarr’s new plan for the second season of “Defiance.”