This weekend's episode of Doctor Who revealed a strange new twist in the Doctor and Missy's tumultuous relationship. We recently had the chance to talk to Michelle Gomez about her time on the show, and now that "Extremis" is out in the wild, we had to get her spoilery thoughts on Missy's latest appearance.
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"Extremis" was the most unique episode of Doctor Who we've seen so far in season 10 — but only because, unlike the rest of the season, it felt like an episode we've seen many times before from head writer Steven Moffat. For better or worse, it was a reminder of the style that will be forever linked with his time running the show.
The latest Doctor Who dropped some pretty ominous warnings on the Doctor, Bill, and Nardole — portents of an imminent invasion, a perplexing ancient text killing its readers, and yes, even an answer to the season-long mystery of just who is inside the mysterious vault. Let us know what you thought of it all in our weekly thread!
Yesterday we got our first good look at the new Star Trek TV series, Discovery; its trailer was packed with some gorgeous shots, as well as the new ships, uniforms and tech of the show, which is set 10 years before the original series. Here's everything we noticed.
I guess when you are fated to run until the end of time itself, at some point an animated crossover is a natural turn of events. Announced at this morning's CW Upfronts presentation, the 13th season of Supernatural — unlucky for some, but clearly not the Winchesters — will feature an all-animated episode, which will involve Sam and Dean meeting up with the Mystery Team's beloved mascot.
Video: After a brief tease this morning, CBS have just revealed our first full look at Star Trek: Discovery, giving us our best glimpse at what's to come in the future of Star Trek's past.
Live action musicals on network TV are all the rage these days, and now ABC America is entering the genre with its own weird mishmash version of The Little Mermaid. But this version will be a two-hour special event that somehow promises to meld scenes from the animated Disney classic with live musical performances by an as-yet-unrevealed cast of "celebrity artists". The hell?
Video: If the shot of hundreds of bodies floating to the shore of a small fishing town wasn't weird and creepy enough, what if they were the bodies of refugees fleeing from a terrible war in the future? That's the premise behind ABC America's new mystery series, The Crossing, and it looks pretty damn intriguing so far.
By its very nature, Doctor Who is a formulaic show. You have the Doctor, you have a companion, they go on an adventure, there's a scary monster, they overcome it, and they're back in the TARDIS in time to do it all over again. But its latest episode did something to twist that: It gave some major consequences to the threat the Doctor and Bill faced.
This morning we got our first good look at The Gifted, Marvel and Fox's new TV series about a family on the run from an anti-mutant government taskforce. And while a lot of what the show has in store is being kept under wraps, the trailer has a few hints about the state of mutant-kind in this new show, and none of them particularly hopeful.
The opening scene of Arrow's very first episode included an Easter egg that had comics fans in fits from the get-go: The mask of the villain Deathstroke, perched upon a makeshift stand, speared by an arrow. Ominous, right? Well, the latest episode of Arrow finally answered how and why that mask was there, and... well, the answer was "meh".
When British actor John Hurt passed away in January, news editors around the world quickly started broadcasting clips from the actor's many iconic roles. But it was maybe not the smartest idea for one of them to air Hurt's most gory (and memorable) movie moment immediately after kids finished watching Saturday morning cartoons.