Netflix’s Maniac: A ten episode series about experimental psychiatric drugs and the power of friendship.
Last week I was on vacation, which was a great time to catch up on some TV. Kotaku’s editor-in-chief Stephen recommended The Leftovers to me, an HBO show that finished a three season run last summer. I didn’t expect to like the show as much as I did, and now all I want to do is talk about it. Jason Schreier and I sat…
When Lauren S. Hissrich, the showrunner of the upcoming Witcher Netflix show, posted a picture of her writer’s room to Twitter, a vocal minority took umbrage at how diverse the writers were. By engaging with these people, Hissrich gave us all an interesting look into how The Witcher is being produced.
The Good Place is one of the funniest shows on television. It also makes me want to be a better person.
Star Butterfly, the titular character of Star vs The Forces of Evil, is a perfect princess for a show that’s filled with rainbows and magic. Don’t be fooled, however, as this modern heroine is anything but the delicate pushover her name implies.
Funcom’s supernatural conspiracy MMO recently got a reboot, and now it’s getting its own television show. Johnny Depp’s Infinitum Nihil and G4C Innovation have teamed up to produce a live-action TV series based on The Secret World. Or Secret World Legends. Whichever.
“Those pretend people you shoot at in computer games . . . now you know. They think they’re real. They feel it.” Way to ruin the fun for everybody, Doctor Who.
It hasn’t even been 24 hours since the finale of Westworld season one, but already, fans are speculating about what will happen in season two. So far, the theories are compelling.
Disney XD is the new home for Pokémon animation in the U.S., starting with a special December 5 airing of Pokémon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel and the first two episodes of Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon, with the full season launching early next year.
Just when we thought we were over the Candy Crush Saga frenzy, CBS, Lionsgate and King reveal plans to turn the hit mobile game into an hour-long, live-action TV game show.
Lego Nexo Knights, the most kid-friendly battle between techno knights and dark magic possible, returns to Cartoon Network this weekend for a second season. Seems like as good a reason as any to assemble the 1,186 piece Jestro’s Volcano Lair set.
The second season of Yo-Kai Watch cartoon kicks off today on Disney XD, introducing U.S. viewers to the latest in wearable supernatural tech. And who better to usher in the next generation Yo-kai Watch than a shark in a turtleneck and jeans?
On Wednesday’s episode of Face Off a group of special effect artists attempt to do something World of Warcraft cosplayers have been nailing for over a decade.
Season two of Netflix’s Daredevil is here, and oh now it’s gone. Those 13 episodes went fast. If you need a little more Matt Murdock in your life, free-to-play action MMO Marvel Heroes is giving out free Murdock all weekend long.
Slide-able Batpoles! A Batmobile with a clearly labeled “Emergency Bat-Turn Lever!” Cesar Romero’s Joker, complete with makeup’d over ‘stache! An official “DICK” LEGO piece! Kapow! Whamm! Zooomm!
Okay, so maybe last night’s Saturday Night Live skit has a point. At least I open mine.
Do you have a video game that needs promoting? Well, Conan O’Brien is your man. He’s quite good. The best, even.
Launching early next year with 14 construction sets, a mobile app and an animated series, LEGO Nexo Knights mixes classic knighthood lore with futuristic technology. I need this. I need this a lot.
As demonstrated by his Pewdiepie interview earlier this week, Stephen Colbert’s new stint as the host of The Late Show gives him a chance to touch on topics his old gig couldn’t, like video games we wish we could just play already, dammit.
YouTube’s biggest star was on the Late Show last night—and the segment was actually pretty good.