The First Inhumans Trailer is Here and It Looks…Terrible

From the moment that Marvel decided to scrap its plans for an Inhumans movie in favor of an ABC television series, I was concerned. Those concerns intensified when I saw the first official picture of the Inhuman royal family and Medusa’s questionable wig. Now that the first Inhumans trailer has dropped, I can confidently say that the show looks like it’s going to be a mess. Read More >>

Someone’s Trying to Adapt Isaac Asimov’s Foundation Series Again

One of the most influential science fiction series of all time is coming to television: according to Deadline, David S. Goyer and Josh Friedman are developing Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series. Read More >>

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Everything You Need to Know About ‘Cleganebowl,’ Game of Thrones’ Most Hyped Fan Theory

Fan theories and the vast works of A Song and Ice and Fire go hand in hand, and Game of Thrones has spent the last couple of years bringing a few of the biggest of them to life. But one this upcoming season might finally tackle is the legendary Cleganebowl—a duel fans have been chomping at the bit to see for ages. Read More >>

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Top Gear In Trouble For Driving Top Speed In Norway

When Top Gear shoots a film there are always police involved to close roads, keep the public safe and to allow the production to do things they wouldn't normally be allowed to do. According to reports though, the BBC production may have pushed the Norwegian police a little too far by driving 150mph through a tunnel. The production apparently had permission to hit 90mph in the tunnel that usually has a 50mph speed limit. Read More >>

The Real-Life Inspirations Behind The Handmaid’s Tale

Famously, when Margaret Atwood wrote The Handmaid’s Tale she stated that nothing in the book hadn’t already happened somewhere in the world. The excellent TV series is continuing that tradition of keeping its horrors as grounded as possible. And those horrors aren’t drawing inspiration from medieval history – it’s all stuff that’s happened within the last 100 years, or is happening right now. Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Mega City One, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, and More

Welcome to another Week in Geek, with a bumper load of Spider-Man news for you to enjoy. Buckle up kids, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Read More >>

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Top Gear Has Started Filming For Its 2018 Return

The BBC Worldwide Top Gear site has announced that filming has started once again on the motoring show. A photo and short article explain that Chris Harris and Matt LeBlanc are in Norway enjoying spectacular cars and even more spectacular scenery. Read More >>

Now the Crystal Maze is Coming Back, Here Are Five More Gameshows That Should be Rebooted for 2017

Tonight is the night Channel Four revives The Crystal Maze, after a 22 year hiatus, with Richard Ayoade stepping in as host. This got me thinking. I wasted a lot of time during my formative years watching endless TV game shows... what if we could bring some more back? Here are fiveI'd like to see revived. Read More >>

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Star Trek: Discovery Boldly Goes Where No Star Trek Show Has Gone Before by Giving Away Teams Armour

Another day, another new look at Star Trek: Discovery giving us some weird insight into all the things Starfleet did before the events of the past TV shows. Yesterday, we got to see that they’d begin a legacy of uncomfortable uniforms. Today, we’ve learned that they’re going tot forget about protecting away teams really quickly. Read More >>

Breaking Down All the Secrets and Surprises of the New Game of Thrones Trailer

It may be the first day of summer in the real world, but winter has come to Westeros in the form of a brand new trailer for Game of Thrones’ penultimate season. It’s jam-packed with footage that lines up with all the rumours we’ve been hearing about the show over the last year, so let’s break it all down to see what secrets we can uncover. Read More >>

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Jason Isaacs Looks So Uncomfortable in His Star Trek: Discovery Uniform

We have our very first look at Jason Isaacs as Captain Gabriel Lorca on the bridge of the USS Discovery, and my god does nothing about this look comfortable. Not the chair, not the costume, not his posture. It feels oddly appropriate. Read More >>

Damon Lindelof’s Bringing a Watchmen Series to HBO

It’s only been a few weeks since the excellent series finale of Damon Lindelof’s The Leftovers left us all reeling and wondering what he’d be working on next. According to a new report, the showrunner is staying with HBO, where he’s developing a new live action Watchmen series. Read More >>

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Star Trek: Discovery Reveals Sonequa Martin-Green’s Connection to the Vulcans

The first trailer for Star: Trek Discovery made a big deal of lead character Michael Burnham’s enigmatic connection to the Vulcans — and specifically Spock’s father, Sarek. But it turns out that Burnham’s links to the iconic Star Trek race are a little bit different to what we expected. Read More >>

John Simm’s New Doctor Who Costume Is Stylish as Hell

The Master has always been one of the most snappily-dressed villains in Doctor Who history. So when you’re bringing back John Simm to reprise his incarnation of the villainous Time Lord, he needs a wardrobe worthy of the momentous occasion, and his new getup is so much better than that hoodie he had the last time we saw him. Read More >>

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The Official Reason for Star Trek: Discovery’s Many Delays Is ‘World Building Is Hard’

Yesterday CBS finally announced a premiere date for Star Trek: Discovery, ending months of delaying the series even further from its original January 2017 release window. The series’ showrunners also gave an answer as to why the show constantly got pushed back... and well, let’s just say it has us raising a furtive eyebrow, Spock-style. Read More >>