It's preview night at Comic-Con, and DC showed the pilots for two of its upcoming new shows: Constantine and The Flash. And they were both good! Here are our spoiler-free first impressions.
NBC just unveiled the first official trailer for Constantine, and holy crap is it fantastic.
SyFy's TV series Heroes of Cosplay has been accused by cosplay photographers of "using images for promotion...on the weekly episodes without written permission from the authors and copyright owners of the images".
America's Got Talent is NBC's crowdsourced variety show, designed to get the network from the end of May sweeps to the new fall lineup as cheaply as possible. It still delivers some eye-popping acts, such as Kenichi Ebina, who found the perfect interpretation for his signature reverse-time dance move: a video game.
This clip from next Tuesday's winter premiere of NBC's drama Parenthood is really only delivering the sort of common sense knowledge every parent already knows: If you turn off the game before your son or daughter completes the level, you're a total bitch.
Dudes who play video games in their thirties and beyond? What's up with that?! That's the question posed to the leathery co-hosts of the fourth hour of Today, Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, who explain that, well, that's just weird!
Video Game Week kicks off on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon tonight on NBC with the help of Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling who will be playing Modern Warfare 3 with writer and actor Simon Pegg.
The Twitterverse went off like a fireworks volley on Thursday when news passed that "Community," the critically acclaimed but low-rated NBC comedy-drama, was picked up for a third season. How did the show's creator celebrate? "I came home and I played 'Bulletstorm.'"
While we won't be seeing Microsoft's Kinect until November, the family in science-fiction made-for-TV movie The Jensen Project already has it all set up, though they might want to do something about that errant Xbox 360 logo in the corner.
Anyone old enough to remember RF switchers knows that video games and network television have long competed for the same eyeballs on the same TV set.
Conan O'Brien, the video game friendly host of The Tonight Show, could be leaving the program after only seven months in the seat of NBC's long-running talk show.
Real or a put-on, Jimmy Fallon's apparent love of video games gives our favorite hobby quite a late night stage on NBC, so why not make the best of it?