The latest Doctor Who Christmas special doesn't look to have wowed audiences in the UK, but it turns out Americans love combining their Doctors with superheroes. It's the most-watched episode in BBC America history.
Congratulations! The world's northern hemisphere just survived one record-breaking heatwave, but it was only the first volley in a campaign cooked up by the sun to kill us all. Forecasts anticipate another one soon, so get ready to sweat — and after you turn up the A/C you might as well learn about sci-fi's worst heatwaves. Remember: Forewarned is forearmed!
Is there seriously any other holiday song that's more infuriating enduring than "12 Days of Christmas?" It's long, repetitive, and features the worst gift list in humanity's existence (except the nine lords a'leaping, I'll gladly take those). At least this version has lots of Doctors in it. Wait...doctor who?
We knew that Matt Lucas' Nardole, who first showed up in "The Husbands Of River Song", was going to be in more than one of the new Doctor Who episodes. But now we have a few more details about what he's doing and how long he's staying.
Get new behind-the-scenes looks at Transformers: The Last Knight and Jumanji. The Rebels have trust issues in a new clip from Rogue One. Netflix sets a date for Sense8 season two. Plus, a ton of new pictures from the Doctor Who Christmas special, and new clips from Assassin's Creed and the Agents of SHIELD midseason finale. Spoilers!
Now we know when to expect Marvel's Inhumans TV show. Brad Peyton talks bringing Rampage to the big screen. Detective Pikachu has found its director. Plus, a ton of new images from Rogue One, a glimpse at Westworld's season finale and Sense8 might be back even sooner than you expected. Spoilers now!
Long before he became the Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi was a diehard Doctor Who fan — so he knows his stuff when it comes to talking about why the show has worked so well for over 50 years. But this new nugget of Capaldian wisdom is maybe one of the best things we've ever heard said about the show.
Half a century has passed since the "Power of the Daleks" storyline aired on Doctor Who, arguably the series' boldest moment — the first test to see if the show's wild idea to rejuvenate its star with a new actor would work (spoilers: it did). But re-watching it this week has given me an altogether different appreciation for the story.
Video: Broadcast as part of the BBC's annual fundraising event for Children In Need, the clip is our first really extended look — beyond what was revealed at New York Comic-Con — at what is going to be our first proper episode of Doctor Who all year.
The Crow remake suffers yet another setback. Gareth Edwards is full of praise for Alan Tudyk in Rogue One. The Flash casts a Heroes alumni. Don't expect Steven Moffat to return to Doctor Who after next year. Plus, when to expect the return of iZombie, and new set pictures from The Defenders. To me, my spoilers!
The Ghost in the Shell movie has a new composer. Could there really be a sequel to Immortals happening? Lin Manuel Miranda discusses the Rock's big musical moment in Moana. Plus, new looks at Netflix's Series of Unfortunate Events show and new footage from A Monster Calls and Underworld: Blood Wars. Spoilers now!
The thought of an official mashup between Doctor Who and the classic works of Roger Hargreaves was already too cute to bear when it was first announced. But now we have an exclusive look at the first book in the series, Dr First, and it's everything we could've wanted from this crossover.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely, or so the idiom goes. But sometimes absolute power just makes you kind of an idiot. There are entities out there who are practically omnipotent but somehow haven't managed to find a way to use their powers for anything worthwhile. Here are 10 beings who are utterly wasting their godlike abilities.
Video: Going into Class, I was expecting something quite different to what the Doctor Who spinoff actually ended up being - and that is a very good thing when it distances itself from its parent show. But even then, I still didn't imagine a show set in a London high school could get as weird as it does in this trailer.