Put down that Earl Grey, Jean Luc Picard – you’re coming out of retirement for Star Trek: Picard and the teaser trailer has just landed.
The BBC’s His Dark Materials TV show is right around an Oxford cloister and it looks like the team behind it have finally done justice to Philip Pullman’s excellent coming-of-age novels…
HBO My God! No sooner do I mention to a friend that there’s no Watchmen teaser trailer and an hour later, they only bloody go and release one!
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD season 6 roars back onto our screens as it ups the ante for surely its final season, which begins on Friday night… IN SPACE!
Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen has been officially ordered to series by HBO and it’s expected to hit our screens sometime late in 2019
Andrew Scott’s Hamlet arrives on our screens next week and, as the Irishman is one of the most gifted and exciting actors of our generation, I can’t wait!
1983’s Wargames ushered in a new era of hi-tech spy thriller and now, as cybersecurity rules the world, British game designer Sam Barlow brings us a Wargames TV series.
The Dangerous Book for Boys, Conn and Hal Iggulden’s famed 2007 how-to guide is coming to Amazon Prime and its bringing Breaking Bad’s Walter White with it.
AMC is delving into the Victorian era to bring us The Terror; a horror story that is so much up my street that I’m a-gonna have to be careful I haven’t already unknowingly plaigarised it… before having even seen it!
Starz brilliantly over-the-top and camp series Ash vs Evil Dead is right around the corner and it’s sending Bruce Campbell back to his roots.
The New England Patriots might have lost Super Bowl 52 but amongst all the spectacle came trailers for Ron Howard’s Solo: A Star Wars Story, J.A Bayona’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Avengers: Infinity War and Westworld.
Hollywood’s best looking and most talented man, Donald Glover returns to FX with a second season of his acclaimed, innovative and frankly brilliantly weird series Atlanta.
Krysten Ritter is back as super strong sleuth Jessica Jones in Marvel TV’s best show and she’s getting back to unfinished business… possibly with Kilgrave.
Ginger World Cup winner and creator of the brilliant Six Feet Under and the awful True Blood, Alan Ball returns to HBO with a new show in February called Here and Now.
Can’t wait for the premiere of the fifth season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.?
Britain, 1979. As corpses piled in British cemetaries during the Winter of Discontent, the BBC went on strike and a whole Doctor Who story – Shada, penned by Douglas Adams – was lost forever.
“Many a true word has been spoken in jest” but this is no joke (we could go up in smoke) The BBC is teaming up with Amazon to bring King Lear to the small screen in 2018.
The world’s second biggest geel-out fest, New York Comic Con has debuted J.J. Abrams’ newest TV project – a series based on the workd of horror maestro Stephen King and named after his fictional town – Castle Rock.
Jack Ryan seems to have had more reincarnations than Doctor Who, James Bond and The Buddha put together, but who’s the lucky actor who’ll be playing him in Amazon Prime’s 2018 series?
As Breaking Bad writer Vince Gilligan works on his Jonestown Massacre series for HBO, The Paramount Network (the new name for Spike TV) bring Waco, the story of the Waco Siege to the small screen.
My life is an unending series of wishes to stay alive until the next installment of a movie or TV show, so with one more sleep until Start Trek: Discovery boldly takes television to where it’s never gone before…
“Captain’s log, stardate 422315.8. Our destination is the edge of Federation space near the planet Kronos…”
Unless you wrap yourself in cling film and climb inside a turducken until Christmas Day, it’s going to be near impossible to not accidentally see spoilers for some of our favourite things.
Now The BBC Shop has released a synopsis for the Doctor Who Christmas Special: Twice Upon a Time…
After the successful first installment of J.K. Rowling’s (under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith) three-part detective story The Cuckoo’s Calling, Strike’s back in a new two-part story called The Silkworm.
Netflix has released new photos from Charlie Brooker’s fourth season of Black Mirror and one of them may point towards a less dark universe…
Lost’s John Locke has been cast in J.J. Abrams upcoming Castle Rock series – based on the works of horror maestro Stephen King.
August; the month France officially closes and good drama hibernates. There is no good television in August. The spring and early summer shows have either ended or are on mid-season haitus, meaning we must wait until Spetember’s fall schedule…
Those lovely people at USA Network have released a minute-long clip of Elliot at the CTF quals, whetting our appetite before the long-awaited season three of Mr Robot
Hot on the heels of Andrew Scott’s Hamlet, 2018 will also see the BBC air another classic adaptation, this time a remake of Alfred Hithcock’s 1963 film, The Birds…
Writer and executive producer, Alex Kurtzman has confirmed that war with the Klingons will dominate the first season of Star Trek: Discovery.
The news about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s fifth season just keeps getting better and better. First, ABC were uncertain if season four would be its last and then a tentative 2018 premiere date was set…
David Fincher returns to the familiar territory of his 2007 thriller, Zodiac as he steps back in time to bring us Mindhunter.
Long time no see! In case you haven’t seen it yet, USA Network released this Mr Robot Season 3.0 trailer today and it’s freakin’ awesome!
Former police reporter David Simon and frequent collaborator, George Pelecanos tell the tale of The Deuce – a nickname for 42nd Street and with it, a heady mix of porn, prostitution, jive-talkin’ and illegal highs and James Franco lamenting “What da fuck did I do?”
Just this month of August and a few days of September stand between us and Ryan Murphy’s seventh season of American Horror Story. I was late to the party, only having jumped on the bandwagon for last season’s über-meta Roanoke as research…
This is the one I’ve been waiting for – Star Trek: Discovery and it didn’t disappoint. In fact, it appoints so much that it’s three minutes of heaven. I just came in my heart. Thank you, San Diego!
These San Diego Comic Con trailers are coming thicker and faster than a porn star who’s been eating Campbell’s condensed Cream of Mushroom soup for a month.
As San Diego Comic Con gets into full swing, there’s plenty of trailers coming out of TV land. First up is a five-minute tease for The Walking Dead Season 8.
Channel Four have teamed up with National Geographic to bring their story of four young Britons who join the “jihadi terrorist organsation” to our screens and that means controversy.
Quite how Hamlet’s “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” morphed so famously into the two word phrase Stranger Things, I do not know but one thing I do know is the muthafuckin’ release date for Season Two!
Sibling creators of last years’ smash Stranger Things The Duffers must have been watching The Mist – no, not the criminally bad Spike TV series, but Frank Darabont’s criminally underrated ten-year-old film.
After Wednesday’s eleven second teaser, the real Inhumans trailer made its way from the superhuman’s moonbase to earth…
I’ve never heard of the Spike TV network before it announced they were bringing Stephen King’s The Mist to life, but boy have they put their all into it!
I thought there was something off about yesterday’s Star Trek Discovery teaser that made it feel amateurish and not The Real McCoy…
Today, CBS finally, boldly released a promo for Star Trek Discovery and what the actual fuck? It looks like a fan-made fake trailer
Netflix today released the first full trailer for this summer’s The Defenders and it the Marvel franchise looks back to its best after the crock of shit that was Iron Fist.
Showtime has released an eerie new Twin Peaks teaser which revisits some of the show’s most iconic locations 25 years after we last saw them in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.
Almost forty years after Stephen King’s 200-page novella and a decade after Frank Darabont’s sorely underrated movie, Spike TV (who?) brings The Mist to the small screen courtesy of Christian Torpe (who?)