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This List of Every Reason Banner Hulks Out in the Classic Hulk TV Series Is Hilarious This List of Every Reason Banner Hulks Out in the Classic Hulk TV Series Is Hilarious

We might be living in a golden age of superhero TV, but long before Marvel was a dominant force at the box office there was the delightfully silly 1978 Incredible Hulk TV show. If you need a reminder of just how absurd the show could be, this round-up of every time the Hulk actually appeared in the series provides…

This $59 Sound Bar Is Perfect For a Bedroom or Kitchen TV This $59 Sound Bar Is Perfect For a Bedroom or Kitchen TV

This inexpensive, compact sound bar probably isn’t ideal for your main home theater—it’s only two channels, and doesn’t have a subwoofer—but for $59 with the code KINJAOCF, it would be a massive upgrade for, say, a kitchen or bedroom where you’re still using your TV’s built-in speakers. It’s also wall-mountable, and…

Report: Disney Is Developing Multiple Star Wars TV Shows for Its Streaming Platform Report: Disney Is Developing Multiple Star Wars TV Shows for Its Streaming Platform

Last year, we heard that Disney had one Star Wars TV show in the pipeline for its upcoming digital streaming service. Now comes word that multiple series are being planned for the platform.

Electric Dreams’ Best Episode Puts All My Parental Nightmares in One Horrible Future Electric Dreams’ Best Episode Puts All My Parental Nightmares in One Horrible Future

I haven’t been able to stop thinking about “Safe and Sound” ever since I inhaled all of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams two weeks ago. It’s the best episode of the 10 in season one and the most worrisome, too, because the drama shows everything I don’t want to happen in America.

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.

Lois Lane and Lex Luthor Are the Stars of DC's Next Live-Action TV Series, Metropolis Lois Lane and Lex Luthor Are the Stars of DC's Next Live-Action TV Series, Metropolis

Titans and Young Justice were already big reasons to look forward to DC’s new streaming service. Now, the company is adding a weird new one: Metropolis, a series set in the iconic home of Superman before the Man of Tomorrow actually arrived.

The Flash Has Completely Wasted Wally West The Flash Has Completely Wasted Wally West

Poor Wally West. It’s been two seasons since Keiynan Lonsdale made his debut as Kid Flash, and since then... he’s not actually had much to do. Time and time again, Wally has been pushed aside—so much so that he’s temporarily left The Flash, although he’ll soon be joining Legends of Tomorrow. But it’s baffling that…

Counterpart Shows Us More of Its Paranoid, Depressed Alternate Reality Counterpart Shows Us More of Its Paranoid, Depressed Alternate Reality

The pilot episode of Counterpart introduced viewers to two versions of Howard Silk; one a no-nonsense field operative, the other a meek paper-pusher. The two men lead their lives in vastly different worlds and, last night, we got to see the Earth that Doppel-Howard hails from.

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,…

Everything We Know About the Timeline of Star Trek's Mirror Universe Everything We Know About the Timeline of Star Trek's Mirror Universe

Star Trek’s Mirror Universe is one of—hell, the—most famous parallel universes in science fiction history. In fact, it almost has a timeline of its own as rich as the prime reality of Trek itself. So if you’ve been confused by all the Mirror-verse happenings in Discovery—and why wouldn’t you be?—we’re here to help…

Star Trek: Discovery's Horrible New Twist Made a Great Case for Rage-Quitting the Show Star Trek: Discovery's Horrible New Twist Made a Great Case for Rage-Quitting the Show

You know the rage-quit? The moment when you’re playing a game where everything is so stacked against you, so engineered for your failure, or just so frustrating that you suddenly decide to stop playing instead of making yourself feel miserable? That’s what everyone in Discovery should do.

Jodie Whittaker Shot Her Doctor Who Debut Just a Day After Her Public Reveal Jodie Whittaker Shot Her Doctor Who Debut Just a Day After Her Public Reveal

The casting of a new Doctor on the BBC’s Doctor Who is pretty much a top-secret operation—especially so when, as was the case with the latest incarnation of the Time Lord, the casting was a major upheaval to over half a century of the show. How secret? So secret that new Who star Jodie Whittaker practically went…

A First Look at the Incredible Future of 8K TVs A First Look at the Incredible Future of 8K TVs

Do you remember back in the 90s, when high-definition TVs first started to become popular? Seeing that HD for the first time, the sharpness seemed almost impossible compared to existing technology. But this year, several top tech companies showed off 8K screens with 16-times as many pixels as those old 1080p HD TVs.…

Star Trek: Discovery Asks the Age Old Question: If You Kill Your Mirror Universe Self, Is It Murder or Suicide? Star Trek: Discovery Asks the Age Old Question: If You Kill Your Mirror Universe Self, Is It Murder or Suicide?

Ah, Discovery. This might be the best exploration one of these episodes has ever done in encapsulating just how miserable the Mirror Universe really is. Like, we all joke about goatees and the agony booth, but the idea’s existed for so long it’s almost been kitschy. Not anymore. But, of course, the true betrayal…

The Next Season of Handmaid's Tale Is Going Beyond the Book—and the Boundaries of Gilead The Next Season of Handmaid's Tale Is Going Beyond the Book—and the Boundaries of Gilead

The first season of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale adapted the classic, haunting Margaret Atwood novel in its entirety—leaving the slate clean for the show to move beyond the novel into a deeper look at the story’s dystopian world. That’ll include something only barely referenced in the original novel: The lands beyond…

Bryan Fuller Lestat-us Update: He's Working on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles Show Bryan Fuller Lestat-us Update: He's Working on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles Show

Notable blood-thirster Bryan Fuller is working on the pilot for Paramount’s new series based on Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles books, and there are hopes he’ll stay on the show for good.

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.

Watch Jonathan Frakes Make His Return to Directing Star Trek With Discovery  Watch Jonathan Frakes Make His Return to Directing Star Trek With Discovery 

Jonathan Frakes isn’t just the former first officer of the Enterprise or the master behind one of the most important tactical maneuvers in Starfleet history. He’s also a longtime director of the franchise, with contributions spanning both the TV shows and the movies—and after decades away, he’s finally making a return…

Pick Up the First Two Seasons of Rick and Morty For $13 Each Pick Up the First Two Seasons of Rick and Morty For $13 Each

You should definitely buy and watch the first two seasons of Rick and Morty for $13 each. Just don’t, like, become one of those Rick and Morty Fans. Just enjoy the show quietly in your own home, that’s enough!

Jodie Whittaker on the Importance of Becoming Doctor Who's Star Jodie Whittaker on the Importance of Becoming Doctor Who's Star

For the first time in nearly 55 years of phonebox-based time travel, Doctor Who’s starring Time Lord is officially being played by a woman. But according to incoming star Jodie Whittaker, her gender, while important, is just the first step in making the Doctor a role attainable by people from all walks of life.

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