More than a quarter of a million people are spending November writing novels. But does this mean an influx of new voices or the end of literature altogether?
They’re used to the Jedi Order, the Dark Lords of the Sith and the Galactic Empire… but how will ‘Star Wars’ deal with the House of Mouse?
With America hooked on ‘Walking Dead’ and ‘American Horror Story,’ why aren’t broadcast networks getting in on the horror craze?
The CW’s new ‘Beauty and the Beast’ may steal from Whedon, cop shows and Marvel Comics, but it somehow manages to miss the entire point of the original fairy tale it’s based on
‘The Walking Dead’ returns this weekend—on the heels of a recent legal battle between the series’ creators that could have ended with a second, completely separate, TV show
With women’s comedy chops again being questioned, we take a look at the history of female-led sitcoms up to the present. It’s time to put the final nail in the proverbial coffin
As ‘The Next Generation’ turns 25, we look at the ways in which it introduced us to the future we all live in
When ABC’s ‘Castle’ returns next Monday, it won’t just be murder the characters will be investigating, but whether or not we can finally lay the ‘Moonlighting’ Curse to bed for good
The fanboy vs. fangirl struggle may already be over. Just don’t call it a chick flick — it’s a blockbuster
Question: When you put tens of thousands of partisan supporters in one giant building for a week of showbiz and yelling, what’s that called? If you said “Comic-Con” or “A Party Political Convention,” you’re right.
‘Glee’ is finding it hard to say goodbye to Rachel and Kurt. Shouldn’t a high-school show know that, if it wants to be cool, it has to stay in school?
If August’s pop cultural offerings seem a little lackluster, it might be because everyone’s taking one last chance to have a summer vacation. But what are you supposed to watch without new movies and television shows to entertain you?
As summer went on, the plots of 2012’s blockbusters seemed to become increasingly weak and tangential to their movie’s appeal. Now that The Bourne Identity leaves audiences wondering what actually happened to Ed Norton’s …