The next season of Black Lightning kicks off on October 7, 2019, two weeks ahead…
Beginning December 8, the CW DC Universe is getting bigger, as a number of classic stars return to reprise their roles in the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths. The CW has also announced that the Black Lightning series would be part of the event, as well as Kevin Conroy as old man Batman.
Image Comics has announced that Rob Guillory’s Farmhand comic book series has been optioned for television by AMC.
Though Warner Bros. doesn’t have a Hall H presentation, HBO’s Watchmen does have a panel at the big San Diego Comic-Con, and moment ago, the cable company dropped a new trailer for the series.
Dark Horse Comics has announced that She Could Fly from Christopher Cantwell and Martin Morazzo has been optioned by AMC for a television adaptation.
We’ve heard the rumors that there would be a reboot to The Rocketeer franchise, featuring a young girl instead of Cliff Secord. Disney not only confirmed the reboot, but showed off the first look at the animated series coming to Disney Jr…
It was announced during Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD panel at the San Diego Comic Con that the television series will end with season 7 in 2020.
The final season of CW’s The Arrow kicks off in October, and today we have…
The CW has revealed its full fall schedule for next season, and it looks like the World’s Finest or Supergirl and Batwoman are taking Sunday night.
Here is some good news for Dark Horse Comics – following the success of the Umbrella Academy and Polar on Netflix, the streaming media service has set up a first look deal with the publisher.
Nickelodeon and CBS Television Studios announced the greenlight of a new animated “Star Trek” series to be developed by Emmy Award winners Kevin and Dan Hageman and overseen for Nickelodeon by Ramsey Naito, EVP, Animation Production and Development, Nickelodeon.
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The latest trailer for season three of Strangers Things arrived last night, and I finally had a chance to check it out. If you haven’t seen it, take the jump. Right. Now!
A bold, new take on DC’s famed Super Hero team comes to Digital on March 21, 2019 when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Titans: The Complete First Season.