CBS is delivering pretty much exactly what you’d expect this fall with more comedies and procedurals, including a reboot of SWAT and The Big Bang Theory prequel, Young Sheldon.
Daniel Bruhl stars in the upcoming TNT crime drama The Alienist as Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, a 19th century criminal psychologist, who is called in to help solve a series of murders of young male prostitutes in 1896 New York City.
Hired by Charles Bishop Weyland to lead an expedition into a mysterious pyramid discovered off the coast of Anarctica, Alexa Woods and the group find themselves caught between the deadly Aliens and the Predators hunting them.
As a huge cartoon fan I was pretty excited to see more options to watch classic cartoons that I don’t seem to come across too easily these days. In the dark days of 1991, there were few TV channels that was dedicated to just cartoons all the time. The reasonable options was to rush home after school […]
Find out what is cancelled, what is renewed and what’s new from ABC, including Marvel’s The Inhumans, a “magician fights crime” show from Greg Berlanti, future refugees coming back in time and more.
Charlie Hunnam is the latest actor taking on the role of King Arthur, except this time he’s a cocky, street smart thief who must learn to wield Excalibur to free Camelot from the control of his evil uncle Vortigern in Guy Ritchie’s take on Arthurian legend, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
You can get Xtreme this week with XXX: The Return of Xander Cage plus the final Resident Evil movie and more.
Apes and Humans, led by Caesar and The Colonel respectively, engage in an all out war to determine who will be the future of the planet in the upcoming War for the Planet of the Apes.
Fox’s big bet for fall is The Gifted, an X-Men show from Bryan Singer and Matt Nix, but they have a bunch of high concept comedies on the way as well, including a new live action Star Trek homage from Seth MacFarlane and Craig Robinson and Adam Scott teaming up to fight the paranormal.
Alison Brie stars in the upcoming Netflix original series GLOW as one of the initial 12 wrestlers of the 80’s promotion “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling”, with Marc Maron co-starring as the mastermind behind the scenes.