The Guinness Book of World Records recognized "Doctor Who" as the most successful sci-fi series. "It is too good a show to have just one record," said Guinness editor in chief Craig Glenday.
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'Solomon Kane' follows lost at Comic-Con.
Fans of "Dollhouse," Joss Whedon's little show that nearly didn't make it to a second season, got a look at the show's dystopian future at Comic-Con Friday afternoon.
Terry Gilliam was greeted with warm applause and Comic-Con's Inkpot award.
The crowd screamed their lungs out with every mention of a cast member's name.
When YouTube first popped up, NBC risked having such comedy staples as "Saturday Night Live" lose their must-see status simply because viewers could watch the best sketches online.
As if heading up three different series ("American Dad," "Family Guy" and forthcoming spinoff "The Cleveland Show") weren't responsibility enough, writer-producer-voice artist Seth MacFarlane decided…
"The Forbidden Kingdom," the first-ever pairing of Jackie Chan and Jet Li, is a fantasy-oriented "The Karate Kid" in Wonderland. DVD release is packed with features that take viewers deep inside the…
Taking advantage of the many gaps in the timeline of the widely popular "Terminator" franchise, the first season of Fox's "The Sarah Connor Chronicles" jumps to and from the future, delivering…
The eight episodes featured in the "X-Files: Revelations" collection offer no real revelations into the series' byzantine mythology. Instead, creator Chris Carter has selected a handful of the…
"Mad Men" was one of the unguilty pleasures of 2007 -- written, acted and produced with a maturity and attention to detail that established the series as a dramatic force and helped establish AMC as…