It's so hard to say goodbye.
There's a reason Oliver Queen is so moody—he's lost quite a few friends and loved ones including his parents, ex-girlfriend turned partner in crime-fighting Laurel Lance and so many more.Read More
The Season Premiere of Kings of Con Is Here to Take Your Mind Off Our Fast-Approaching Mad Max Future
You deserve a break today.
I get it. Sometimes you just need to step away from the lengthy think-pieces detailing the uncertain future we're facing. Thankfully, Kings of Con is here to quell those worrisome thoughts, even if just for a few minutes.Read More
There's a pretty good chance the Simpsons will never disappear from television. The show was just renewed for a 3oth season, making it the scripted series with the most amount of episodes ever after the season airs.Read More
By now, you likely have either watched the season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead or spent enough time on social media to be spoiled about who Negan killed in the end. If you're one of the magical unicorns who evaded said spoilers, congratulations! Now turn away from this post and return when you have watched the complete episode.Read More
We're getting that much closer to Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life which means you'll soon be hit with an onslaught of trailers, sneak peak clips and more (not that we're complaining).Read More
CBS just ordered a live-action game show based on the hit mobile game, Candy Crush.Read More
Think of me, think of me fondly when we've said gooodbyeee...
And guys, I really did want to believe.Read More
Interview: Candice King Opens Up About Vampire Diaries Ending, Being a Feminist and That Steroline June Wedding
The actress hit up The Mary Sue to talk about TVD's final season, feminism, that Steroline June wedding and if Caroline is making another trip to New Orleans.Read More
Adventure Time is easily Cartoon Network’s most successful show, amassing a loyal fanbase over the last six years and making way for others like Steven Universe. But now, it looks like wacky escapades of Finn the Human and Jake the Dog will come to an end…in 2018.Read More
Eleanor and Tahani are complex women who exist despite pervading cultural ideas that women are either perfect or worthless, and their goodness or badness isn’t pigeonholed into sexist tropes.Read More
The Hollywood Reporter recently did a survey of Fall Television with "a number of this year's top showrunners about their new series, making content in 2016 and the state of broadcast TV." Sure, we can talk about how only two of the sixteen showrunners surveyed are female. Or, we could talk about how of the sixteen showrunners surveyed here, all of them are white. But first, I want to talk about something really important: live tweeting.Read More
American television sees a disappointing dearth of Arab characters in significant roles. In fact, to date, there have arguably only been four, spread across three series. None of them are perfectly crafted, and none of them are necessarily perfect representations. However, they offer representation for a community that is often erased in pop culture despite its hypervisibility in news media.Read More
Whatever happened to predictability?
Fuller House is scheduled to return later this year.Read More
I won't just survive. You will see me thrive.
Diggle ended last season in a tough spot, having to kill his brother after the latter betrayed him. When the fifth season premiere rolls around, he’ll still be dealing with the consequences.Read More
The writer-producers from the hit animated series Bob’s Burgers are working on a new office comedy set in Antarctica. Yep, you read that correctly.Read More
Strange things are happening in the King Arthur universe. Fox is reportedly giving the classic tale a modern twist.Read More
Watch Gene Wilder Explain His Only Fight With Mel Brooks In What Would Be His Final Late Night Appearance
Thanks for the memories.
Monday brought the awful news that Gene Wilder had passed away and since then, tributes to the legendary comedic actor have been pouring in on social media and television.Read More
Have you heard the news? Apparently, superheroes aren’t really suited for television. At least, that’s what Gotham showrunner Bruno Heller is saying.Read More
Whoa, Doc, this is heavy.
Remember at the end of last season of The Flash when Barry went back in time to save his mother who was supposed to be die so he would end up living with the West family and eventually become The Flash? Well, now his closest friends don’t even know him since that key event has been erased thus setting off an alternate existence.Read More
Phineas and Ferb Creators Have a New Disney XD Animated Series Coming with ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic & Ming-Na Wen
Jeff “Swampy” Marsh and Dan Povenmire, the creative minds behind Phineas and Ferb, have cooked up a brand new animated series for Disney XD and they’re recruited “Weird Al” Yankovic to voice the lead character.Read More