Dexter Morgan and Showtime would like you to know that the new season is not going to suck.
Expect it to blow right past “Oz” to claim the title of “most disturbing sex on pay-cable.”
The writer behind ‘Saving Private Ryan’ gets post-apocalyptic.
Del Monte created a Hasselhoff-shaped popsicle for National Ice Cream Month. You can lick it.
“Breaking Bad” teaches us about so many things besides meth.
Time spent with the cast at Fox studios shed some light on what we can expect in season seven, including, but not limited to, Mac gaining 50 lbs.
SPOILER ALERT – These characters all die unexpectedly!
The show proves that she looks hot even in post-apocalyptic rags.
Moon Bloodgood runs from aliens on TNT’s upcoming series “Falling Skies.”
“Game of Thrones” is filled with important family lessons. For instance, don’t talk back to your elders.
Whoa, didn’t see that one coming.
It’s show about a gruesome murder. Which makes it the closest thing AMC has to a comedy.
A hardcore opening leads us into a promising new alien series.
Holland Roden appears on the newly rebooted series “Teen Wolf.”
Ten years from now, this new miniseries is what history teachers will show to their classes when they’re too hungover to teach.
Actress Danielle Pivetta currently appears in the Channel 101 series “Sex Teenagers.”
Time for all New Yorkers to vote Republican.
One of the many running gags in Adult Swim’s “Childrens Hospital” is Michael Cera’s PA announcements.
Wilford Brimley, please stay near your phone.
They share what’s happening this season. Especially about all the porno.
Second season. Grosser zombies.
Both the comic and the AMC series.
He wanted to be a she wayyy before it was mainstream.
“Hawthorne” actress Abigail Spencer was born and raised in Gulf Breeze, Florida.
How does one take a show that’s already filled to the brim with violence and nudity and make it even better? Add zombies, or course.
You can do more than tickle him for a bump.
And the winner is…
Unfortunately, this “Teen Wolf” is just a typical slick MTV show with no character.
This trailer is hitting theaters this weekend if you want to see it really, really big.
WWI: It’s not your grandfather’s war.