It may be the first day of summer in the real world, but winter has come to Westeros in the form of a brand new trailer for Game of Thrones’ penultimate season. It’s jam-packed with footage that lines up with all the rumors we’ve been hearing about the show over the last year, so let’s break it all down to see what…
Doctor Who, “Blink”: A Hell Of A Good Episode Of Television
Last night we got our first good look at the new Star Trek TV series, Discovery; its trailer was packed with some gorgeous shots, as well as new ships, uniforms, and tech of the show, which is set 10 years before the original series. Here’s everything we noticed.
The Expanse Season 2: Entertaining if uneven, reaching ever closer to greatness.
Word to the wise: If you suddenly find yourself on a road trip with a celestial con man, don’t play checkers with a god who used to kill things with a sledgehammer.
Unfortunately, it isn’t a Blu-ray, but the complete Futurama box set has never been this cheap before. It’s a Gold Box deal though, so grab it quick before it sells out.
The biggest hazard a show like American Gods can run into is making it feel like you’re just waiting on the freaky cool stuff to happen. That obstacle never presents itself in the first four episodes of Starz’ new fantasy series, which feels quite unlike anything on television right now. Strangeness is always just an…
It’s still April 1st, but this is no joke: Rick and Morty season 3 is here, and you can watch the first episode right now, for a while at least.
Damnit, Kevin, you got so close before your horniness undid you.
Today, Buffy the Vampire Slayer celebrates its 20th anniversary. To honor this occaision, the Buffy-likers at Kotaku talk about their favorite episodes.
When people talk about the current golden age of TV, they’re usually referring to big, serious dramas like Breaking Bad or The Wire. I am here today to tell you that Avatar: The Last Airbender, an animated show about a group of magical kids who ride around on a flying buffalo, deserves to be counted among them.
Two days ago, news broke that a Castlevania TV show would be heading to Netflix in 2017, prompting thousands of jokes quoting dialogue from the video game series. In a Facebook post, producer Adi Shankar said, “I personally guarantee that it will end the streak and be the Western world’s first good video game…
There aren’t any dang details about it but, at some point this year, we’ll get the chance to watch somebody from Castlevania’s Belmont family fighting bloodsuckers.
Excellent news: Samurai Jack is back next month! Even excellenter news: To celebrate, Adult Swim is streaming all 52 episodes of the show on loop, available for free online with no ads, right goddamn now. You should watch all of it, of course, but here are 10 episodes you just can’t miss before the new season returns…
I had never wanted video game versions of The Office or The IT Crowd. Now that I’ve seen these 3D recreations of those (and other famous) show’s sets, though, I’m coming around. Maybe something like The Sims, or Game Dev Story, or Theme Hospital...
Netflix’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events: The funniest show about newly orphaned children you’ll ever watch
And honestly, that’s saying something.
All of a sudden, it’s 2017 and the Super Bowl is a few weeks away. If you don’t have cable, but are looking for a cheap and easy alternative to streaming the game, how about this $16 amplified antenna?