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The next season of The Walking Dead is going in a new, less zombie-laden direction. There's drama behind the scenes of the Snowpiercer TV series. The Unbreakable sequel Glass has a poster so cool it's worth mentioning here in the intro. Plus: Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek movie, and the Watchmen TV series. Morning spoilers, ho!

If you had hopes that it would be smooth sailing ahead for Star Trek: Discovery as the show heads into its second season - well, it seems the waters are still a bit rough. Showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts are out, and executive producer Alex Kurtzman will step in. Kurtzman will also run the show's writers' room.

Star Trek: Discovery has had more downs than ups, but a couple of standout moments did remind us of the Star Trek universe we know and love. The best (so far) has to be the seventh episode of the series, "Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad".

Discovery's foray into time loops wasn't exactly heavy on plot, but it turned out to be a surprisingly heartfelt episode - one that only exists because the series was strapped for cash.

It: Chapter 2 casts another adult incarnation of the original cast. Kevin Feige is just waiting to hear when Marvel can finally use the X-Men and Fantastic Four again. Ram Bergman says it's going to be a while before we hear about Rian Johnson's Star Wars trilogy. Plus, what's to come on Westworld and Wynonna Earp. Spoilers, roll out!

Even though Star Trek: Discovery is a prequel to the original series, it's added quite a few new aliens and creatures to Star Trek's database. The most notable would be Saru (Doug Jones), a Kelpian with serious fear instincts and a strut like a gazelle supermodel. However, the original plan for Saru's look didn't include a butt-like nose and a lunchmeat-tinted face. It was more akin to something out of Pan's Labyrinth.

The new Terminator film has found its latest killer robot. Zachary Quinto has hopes for at least one more Star Trek film in the Kelvin timeline. A fallen Legend could make their return in Legends of Tomorrow's future. Plus, hilariously cryptic teases for Westworld's return, and what's to come on The Flash. Spoilers, assemble!

Honestly, considering the... staffing changes the good ship Discovery went through over the course of the first season, the crew could do with all the hands they could get. But Notaro will be serving the Federation elsewhere in season two.

Another Ernest Cline novel is coming to the big screen. Lynda Carter is still hoping for a cameo in Wonder Woman 2. The Russo Brothers (through Thanos) demand your silence for Avengers: Infinity War. Legends of Tomorrow promotes another familiar face to a regular role in season four. Plus, what's to come on Black Lightning. Spoilers, away!

Steven Spielberg says a Tintin sequel is in the works. Jeff Goldblum talks about returning as Ian Malcolm in Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom. Jed Whedon teases how Infinity War opens up a new world for Agents of SHIELD. Plus, get a look at Riverdale's musical episode, and Mark Hamill wants to be a spooky force ghost. Spoilers!

Going into Star Trek: Discovery, fans were told to expect something new. It would be dark. It would be modern. It would push the boundaries of where Star Trek had boldly gone before. Now that we're at the end of Discovery's first season, we know it did take a few steps in those directions - but every time it did, it retreated back the minute things got too uncomfortable.