For a while now comic book heroes have been dominating the big screen and bursting into pop culture stronger than ever — and DC and Marvel, the publishing houses responsible, don’t want to stop anytime soon.
Comedian and television star Bill Cosby is going to bring his skills to NBC once again. But can Cosby stand up to modern audiences?
After getting himself in hot water over comments made during a GQ interview, Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson has been reinstated in the show.
Remembering the past is great but it shouldn’t consume your existence.
The world of news media is evolving across the board. Whether through television, radio, newspapers or the internet the public is beginning to access and produce the news in alternate ways, piloting the industry toward a new era.
Orange Is the New Black, a Netflix hit this year, is based on a 2010 memoir of its same name. It’s the story of Piper Kerman, an ex-con who is sent to prison on international drug smuggling charges.
With the return of fan favourite shows after the mid-season hiatus, season premieres and any number of new series vying for time in the TV schedule, the spring looks to be hectic for TV watchers. Here are the top TV shows that you should check out in 2013.
Winter is coming all over again this spring. HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones, based on the fantasy novels by George R. R. Martin, is finally coming back April 1. Fans are as stoked as the fires on the Wall, the 300-mile fortification that runs along the northern border of Game of Thrones’ world, the Seven
After the Civil War tore North and South apart, America was repaired by a union of East and West through the Union Pacific Railroad. That’s the history lesson behind Hell on Wheels, the latest creation from the cable broadcaster that brought us such distinguished programs as Breaking Bad, Mad Men and The Walking Dead — and
The Center for Disease Control is gone, hope is elusive and zombies are still everywhere. AMC’s zombie hit The Walking Dead returned on Oct. 16 to an ecstatic 7.3 million viewers and Season Two starts just where Season One left off. The band of survivors headed by Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) is still there,