Terrifying mad science, blood orgies and werewolf westerns have made Penny Dreadful's third season a delight to watch.
The trailer for Marco Polo season 2 promises high flying acrobatics, a scene involving a stampede of flaming horses, and more than a few excuses to brush up on your Mongol Empire trivia.
Outcast is premium mythology based horror, driven by characters and spiced up with just enough pulp to get away with any tropes it has to employ.
All The Way doesn't go far enough in its depiction of civil rights struggles, but it does provide Bryan Cranston with an opportunity to act the hell out of America's oddest president.
Who really killed Hannibal's fourth season and how can we keep other fan-loved shows alive?
MachiaVillain looks like the perfect combination of a responsible career path and classic Hallowe’en costumes. It’s like if Don Hinson put you in charge of a low rise in Amityville.
Campo Santo's stunning Firewatch gradually makes you question your own perception of reality.
The Walking Dead is best watched like a zombie.
Into The Badlands star Daniel Wu talks about inspiring young martial artists, live action anime, and his Dork Shelf.
No Doubt and Star Wars role playing chat rooms from the mid-90s do not mix.
Into the Badlands star Aramis Knight on playing M.K., sparring with Daniel Wu, what's on his dork shelf, and more!
“Not Well At All” doesn't show drop of blood, but leaves most of its characters utterly destroyed spiritually, morally, and literally.
We spoke to Into the Badlands star Emily Beecham, the woman behind The Widow, to see what it takes to rule in the far flung, martial arts obsessed future.
Move over Bruce Wayne, Jessica Jones is the best representation of PTSD on TV.
Doctor Cotton returns, Bertie undergoes a transformation and Thackery tries to invent hypnotherapy in an episode that explores the importance of process.
Into The Badlands might not make a critic's top ten list, but it will make for some great fan made tribute music videos.
The Knick finally puts the fever cabinet to good use, fighting one of the show's many invisible evils.
As we wait for answers about a major character death on The Walking Dead is it becoming clear that we're tired of permanent death on TV?