MTV has dropped a new trailer for upcoming fantasy TV series “The Shannara Chronicles,” which will debut on January 5, 2016. The clip premiered at the “Shannara” panel at New York Comic Con Saturday…
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The collective exhale can begin. Loyal viewers of the CW comedy "Jane the Virgin" may have had some fears about whether it would be able to sustain the quality of its freshman season, but judging by…
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In the 13 years since its cancellation, "Firefly" hasn't just stayed alive — it's thrived. New York Comic-Con was proof. Three thousand adults and one infant "Browncoat" — a fond nickname for…
This weekend marks BBC America’s premiere of “The Last Kingdom,” its eight-part adaptation of Bernard Cornwell’s Saxon Stories novel. Produced by Carnival Films, it tells the story of British-born…
Salma Hayek Pinault blasted the ever-growing Hollywood gender gap in a stirring speech at Variety's Power of Women luncheon presented by Lifetime on Friday at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons.
ABC’s “Dr. Ken” held up well in its second week, down a bit from last week but easily topping the premiere of NBC’s own comedy, “Undateable,” which didn’t make much noise with the first of its…
“Saturday Night Live’s” 41st season bowed Oct. 3, and its digital footprint has never been heftier. Following the airing of the premiere episode, which was hosted by Miley Cyrus and featured sketches…
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A howl of agony echoes through a distant gorge and soon merges with the screams of the persecutors and the persecuted alike in "Mountain Cry," a bluntly effective condemnation of intolerant…
Dish Network customers lost access to local TV channels from Tegna (formerly Gannett Broadcasting) in 38 markets across the U.S. late Friday night, the latest blowup in a string…
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