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Here's Your Very First Look at The Expanse Season Three Here's Your Very First Look at The Expanse Season Three

And to go with it, at last—the date of the fantastic Syfy show’s much-anticipated return: April 11!

Erika Alexander On the Legend of Maxine Shaw, Living Single, and Her Buffy Spinoff Comic Erika Alexander On the Legend of Maxine Shaw, Living Single, and Her Buffy Spinoff Comic

Erika Alexander has one of those signature laughs. It’s really more of a cackle. Over the phone, her effusiveness travels, just as her character Maxine Shaw’s did through five seasons of Living Single, the prototypical ’90s sitcom about four black women in Brooklyn. At one point a cultural force—the highest-rated…

Doctor Who Has a Fresh, New Logo for Season 11 Doctor Who Has a Fresh, New Logo for Season 11

New star, new showrunner, new composer, and now a new logo—the next season of Doctor Who isn’t due until October, but it’s definitely shaking things up already.

The Surprisingly High-Tech Super Bowl I Broadcast The Surprisingly High-Tech Super Bowl I Broadcast

When footage of CBS’s 1967 coverage of Super Bowl I first emerged from the ashes seven years ago, sports historians reacted with glee. Long considered one of the Holy Grails of sportscasting history, the footage, found on a set of two-inch Quadruplex video tapes in a dusty Pennsylvania attic, provided a rare glimpse…

Opinion: Scully's Kid Sucks Opinion: Scully's Kid Sucks

The most important X-Files character we had yet to meet finally made his debut last night. “Ghouli” brought the mysterious William—who Scully gave up for adoption soon after his birth in 2001—out of her visions and into the real world at last... where he was revealed to be a bit of a fuckboy.

Is YouTube TV Finally Worth It? Is YouTube TV Finally Worth It?

Saddle up, cord cutters. Your life just became slightly less inconvenient. YouTube TV will now work on Roku devices, which means you can watch over 40 channels of live entertainment through your set-top box. Does that make YouTube TV more appealing? Sure. Does that make YouTube TV worth $35 a month? Ehhhhhhhhh.

Last Night's Supergirl Is a Reminder That Campy TV Is Good Last Night's Supergirl Is a Reminder That Campy TV Is Good

Campy TV is good. You know this if you’ve ever watched the ‘60s Batman, Xena, or a Ryan Murphy show. There’s no need to label it a “guilty pleasure.” Really good camp TV balances the goofy side of camp with something that is often thrilling and sometimes even emotionally affecting. It can walk that fine line with…

All 10 Episodes of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, Ranked All 10 Episodes of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, Ranked

Last weekend, Amazon started streaming Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, a new TV anthology series based on short stories by the iconic science fiction writer. Directed and performed by a slew of different talents, the 10 episodes range all over the map in terms of subject matter, tone, and quality. Lucky for you,…

Starz's New TV Series Counterpart Is an Intriguing Spy Thriller Across Two Universes Starz's New TV Series Counterpart Is an Intriguing Spy Thriller Across Two Universes

Howard Silk—played with empathy and aplomb by J.K. Simmons—is a meek desk jockey at a frustratingly bizarre company. At one point, he blurts out “I don’t know what we do here!” When he finds out what happens in his office building and why he’s important to it all, Counterpart gets off to a very good start.

Despite Those Spooky Images, the Second Season of The Handmaid's Tale Won't Be Darker Than the First Despite Those Spooky Images, the Second Season of The Handmaid's Tale Won't Be Darker Than the First

So far, what we’ve seen of The Handmaid’s Tale season two has encompassed grim photos that included a bloodied June/Offred (Elisabeth Moss), as well as yesterday’s eerie trailer. But according to showrunner Bruce Miller, the tone of season two won’t be drastically different from what worked so well in season one.

In the First Trailer for Syfy's Krypton, the Story of Superman's Family Comes to Life In the First Trailer for Syfy's Krypton, the Story of Superman's Family Comes to Life

Our first solid look at Syfy’s long-in-the-works Superman prequel Krypton is finally here—and it’s a suitably strange for a look at Superman’s homeworld before it got turned into millions of tiny little pieces.

Samsung Swears Its Top-Shelf Displays Won't Suck as Much as Last Year Samsung Swears Its Top-Shelf Displays Won't Suck as Much as Last Year

Samsung may not come out and admit its 2017 QLED televisions were pretty terrible, but when we actually reviewed one last year, we came away far less impressed than we should have considering the $3500 price. The television kind of sucked! Samsung actually seems to recognize it dropped the ball, because this year it…

Where Do the CW's Supervillains Poop? An Investigation Where Do the CW's Supervillains Poop? An Investigation

Everybody poops. I don’t care how rarely you hydrate. You poop. It is a fundamental aspect of human biology. And since the aliens we’ve seen in the Arrowverse seem to consume matter, we can assume they poop too. In fact, the only people on Earth who do not appear to poop are the CW set designers responsible for the…

Watch Doctor Who Finally Become a Woman Watch Doctor Who Finally Become a Woman

After more than 50 years, two separate TV series, countless showrunners, hundreds of radio dramas, and more than a dozens of men in the leading role, Doctor Who has finally a brought a woman in the title role—and you can watch her regeneration, seen in yesterday’s Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time Christmas special, in…

Why Didn't You Watch the Best Show Ever Made About Silicon Valley? Why Didn't You Watch the Best Show Ever Made About Silicon Valley?

It’s hard to make good TV about Silicon Valley and its predecessors. Especially a drama. Watching a bunch of nerds talk about coding and CPUs is appealing to only a painfully small fraction of the population—but someone definitely thought that same thing about advertising before Matthew Weiner trundled into AMC and…

How to Buy a Cheap 4K TV How to Buy a Cheap 4K TV

This is the year. As much as we’ve postured about 4K TVs getting almost cheap enough and 4K content getting almost easy enough to access, this is the year that it’s finally happened. You can buy an excellent 4K TV with HDR support for less than $700, and find stuff to watch on any streaming service. In fact, you have…

Naturally, No One Could Stop Talking About Wonder Woman or Game of Thrones This Year Naturally, No One Could Stop Talking About Wonder Woman or Game of Thrones This Year

Wonder Woman’s standalone debut in the DC movie universe was a bright spot in a year that’s been sorely lacking in bright spots. So it’s probably no surprise that, even months after it opened, Wonder Woman has remained one of the things we’re still discussing as 2017 comes to an end.

Man, That Fight in Last Night's Supergirl Was Epic Man, That Fight in Last Night's Supergirl Was Epic

After last week’s amazing four-part, Nazi-punching, mega crossover Crisis on Earth-X, you might expect this week’s DC/CW shows to take a bit of a breath before the holidays begin. Instead, Supergirl gave us an unbelievable fight scene, focused solely on Kara Zor-El taking on the new Krypton villain/superwoman Reign,…

Watch David Lynch Direct One of Twin Peaks' Scariest Moments Watch David Lynch Direct One of Twin Peaks' Scariest Moments

For David Lynch fans, the absolute highlight of 2017 was Showtime’s revival of his cult series Twin Peaks. It was gorgeous, terrifying, baffling, thought-provoking, and groundbreaking—and you can re-live it all, with the added benefit of tons of special features, when it hits Blu-ray next week.

The Orville's 13 Funniest and Most Surprising Moments (So Far) The Orville's 13 Funniest and Most Surprising Moments (So Far)

With just a few episodes left in The Orville’s first season, it’s safe to say that Seth MacFarlane’s Star Trek homage has carved out its own place in the scifi comedy universe. Though not every episode has hit its mark, the show has likable characters and a diverse range of stories—and a big part of its appeal can be…

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