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It's been a trying season of American Horror Story, overloaded with smugly on-the-nose commentary about the Trump era, gratuitous reenactments of cults throughout history, and characters you wish would just die already. This week's penultimate episode revealed the sketchy motivation of alt-right follower Kai Anderson (Evan Peters). But at this point, why should we care?

Black Lightning adds another comic book villain. Todd McFarlane says his Spawn movie is finally close to shooting. The Orville gives us a first look at Charlize Theron's guest appearance. Plus, new footage from Thor: Ragnarok and Lore, and Legends of Tomorrow heads to the circus. Spoilers get!

Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.

One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.

American Horror Story has long been one of the most in-your-face shows on TV, layering fantastical plots with cartoonish violence and knowingly over-the-top acting. Last season's Roanoke took aim at reality TV, with mixed but generally amusing results. This season's Cult takes aim at reality itself, and so far it's been horrifying in all the wrong ways.

Alamo Drafthouse locations across the US are hosting all-clown screenings of It this weekend in an ill-advised attempt to turn the public's innate and rational fear of clowns into some sort of "fun" marketing stunt. To reiterate: if you're in the United States, there's a solid chance you're going to see gangs of clowns roaming the streets.

Between American Horror Story: Cult (premiering in the US this week) and the new It (out tomorrow), there seems to be an epidemic of scary clowns going on in pop culture right now. Hell, there's even a movie called Clowntergeist heading to VOD in the US later this month. Truly, there's no better time to rank the scariest, most evil movie clowns of all time.

A Maleficent sequel is in the works. Daredevil is casting a mysterious new regular for season three. The singer of the next Bond movie's title theme might be a doozy. Plus, new looks at Kingsman: The Golden Circle and the starship bridges of Star Trek: Discovery, and the cast of iZombie teases the next season. Spoilers!

Looks like another familiar face is in Thor: Ragnarok. The porgs strike back in new Star Wars: The Last Jedi pictures. Westworld casts some suitably mysterious new roles. Yes, the 2016 US election will still play a part in American Horror Story: Cult. Plus, new footage from Channel Zero's second season. Spoilers now!

The live action Aladdin movie has found its villain. Noomi Rapace's clone thriller Seven Sisters gets a new name. Familiar faces are confirmed to return for Arrow and The X-Files. Plus, footage from Orphan Black's final episode. Spoilers now!

Rumours are circulating about the story of the next James Bond movie, including the return of some familiar faces. Brie Larson discusses the expectations of starring in Captain Marvel. New Flash set pictures reveal an updated suit for Barry Allen. Plus, American Horror Story: Cult loses a regular and a new Preacher clip. Spoilers now!

Charlie Cox explains the state of Matt Murdock when The Defenders begins. Ant-Man has another returning character and you will absolutely be able to tell the difference between the Infinity Gems in Infinity War. Spoilers ahead!

Stefan Kapicic hypes up the return of Colossus in Deadpool 2. Elizabeth Olsen confirms love is in the air for Infinity War. Charlie Cox talks about Matt and Foggy's relationship in The Defenders. Plus, new Game of Thrones pictures. To me, my Spoilers!