Big Little Lies is a beautifully shot, thought-provoking drama that contains knock out performances from some talented powerhouses.
In episode two of Tuned In, Peter and Susan spill the beans about who they're crushing in in TV Land.
Drew Barrymore's new Netflix show Santa Clarita Diet is a zany mix of comedy and horror, but is there enough meat on this bone to chew on?
Into The Badlands, AMC’s post-apocalyptic martial arts drama, is coming back to TV on March 19, and we have exclusive pictures of Sunny, M.K., and The Widow.
Move over, Dr. Kevorkian. The new show Mary Kills People puts a fresh, compelling spin on assisted suicide.
Come get to know the voices of the latest podcast on the Dork Shelf podcast network as Susan and Peter talk about their favourite shows ever, the Golden Globes, and more!
Here are five things that can help solidify Game of Thrones' status as the best show on TV.
Westworld's Jimmi Simpson discusses the big season finale, his love of Westerns, what he’d do if he were in a real life robot cowboy theme park, and much more.
Dork Shelf and TIFF want to give you the chance to attend Trek Talks: Mae Jemison on Star Trek and the Future next week!
Dork Shelf's Susan Stover joins the Dev Slate guys to tackle a reboot of The Secret World of Alex Mack!
Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life has been unleashed upon the starving masses. Here's what a newcomer to the series makes of it!
Dork Shelf and Discovery Canada want to give readers the chance to win an awesome Frontier poster signed by the entire cast!
Shame or Glory? We're giving away SodaStream Power water makers to two lucky Game of Thrones fans!
If HBO's Westworld wants its ambitious plot to matter it needs to give audiences better rounded characters.
If you want some intrigue, good acting, or maybe even just to brush up on your history with an undeniably compelling series, The Crown might just suit you
Jared Harris talks playing King George VI, scratching royal backsides, playing dead, and Netflix's new drama series The Crown.
Second Jen is a refreshingly familiar coming of age comedy that feels totally Canadian without being "maplewashed".
We speak with Toronto's own Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) about his new sci-fi time travel series Travelers.