As cable and online-only shows continue to make headlines, crossover episodes like the one planned on NBC involving 'Chicago Fire,' 'Chicago P.D.,' and 'Law & Order: SVU' can bring in viewers for struggling networks.
The most recent episode of 'Thrones' included a big change from the source material books written by George R.R. Martin. The fact that the show is making major changes and running out of source material makes the show unlike almost any other book adaptation.
Many 'Grey's' fans were shocked by the most recent episode of the ABC medical drama. But in eleven seasons, the show has already weathered a lot of change and this newest development most likely won't sink the show. (Spoilers follow!)
The Netflix superhero drama 'Daredevil' was recently renewed for a second season. Making a superhero TV show isn't always a winning proposition, but according to critics, factors like a strong cast and having its setting be a single neighborhood have separated 'Daredevil' from other shows.
The upcoming version of 'Fantastic Four' is coming at a time when Marvel has shown that most of its movies will be satisfying creatively. In addition, the new film is helmed by a director who has already shown he can make a mostly critically-praised movie about superheroes.
Are other 'X-Files' original cast members coming back for the new episodes? Fans will have to wait and see. Those who were frustrated by the series' original run should be encouraged by the fact that the new episodes have a set beginning and end (for now, anyway).
Former president Bill Clinton is apparently a huge fan of Netflix's 'House of Cards,' starring Kevin Spacey. And it's not the acting that impresses the 42nd president, it's the accurate portrayal of the back-room political dealings that has Mr. Clinton watching.
A new trailer for 'Force' will play with the theatrical release of 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' and may be online before then as well. If the new trailer is as cryptic as the first, is the secrecy surrounding the movie helping or hurting it?