Plus: Allison Mack is back on Smallville, Buffy's Spike has a new role, and another comic-to-TV-adaptation is in development.
FOLLOWING THE THIRD SEASON OF TORCHWOOD'S EXPLOSIVE CONCLUSION, AMERICAN NETWORK STARZ HAS ANNOUNCED A "REBOOT" OF THE SERIES IN ORDER TO WELCOME IN NEW FANS WHO DID NOT JUMP ON THE CULT BANDWAGON THE FIRST TIME AROUND.
After the third season of the BBC series was enthusiastically received by fans, the new network host has branded the fourth season of the show "The New World", which would seem to signpost a new start to the franchise.
There's no way around it: Summer is wedding season. In honor of these marital months, we've rounded up our favorite TV weddings in a two-part list.
Plus: Community targets its next movie spoof, as does Glee, and Buffy's Spike will reprise a villainous role.
Plus: Expect more Alcide on True Blood, CBS cancels a summer show; and GLAAD gives passing grades to MTV, the CW.
Here are Sunday's most intriguing TV-centric panels. You can sleep when you're dead.
WHILING AWAY YOUR LAST FEW HOURS AT WORK? THESE VIDEOS SHOULD HELP MAKE TIME FLY EXTRA FAST!
The best of this week's web to help the afternoon glide smoothly by.
Plus: Heidi and Spencer are ending their joyous union, Hugh Laurie may leave House next year, and Charlie Sheen is going to jail.
We sat in on a conference call with His Jossness as he discussed his stint as a guest director.
When it’s done well, character death hurts, but it hurts so good. (Lost, Buffy, Heroes, and other spoilers ahead.)
Plus: Joss Whedon's library is now online for free (sort of), Lost is planning a post-finale show, and Damages might be the next Friday Night Lights.
Plus: My, what big eyes Felicia Day has; Conan O'Brien is going live; and TBS has hired actors from Clueless and Saved By the Bell.
To cope with Glee's temporary TV absence (the show returns in April), we've compiled a list of TV's most memorable musical numbers.
HOLY TV SHOWS, BATMAN!
From Human Target to The Incredible Hulk to Smallville, here's our rundown of the best and worst comic-book adaptations to grace the small screen.
Plus: Kevin Eubanks won't return to laugh at Leno, Snooki thinks her name is a trademark, and a Buffy alum finds new work.
When the wrong characters hook up, the fans bring out the pitchforks.
AULD LANG SYNE
Don't stop 'til you get enough.
Inbred hicks and killer clowns and talking dolls, oh my! Here are our picks for TV's five scariest episodes ever.
NO, IT'S NOT TRUE BLOOD. BUT THE CW'S ENTRY INTO VAMPIRE MANIA IS OFF TO A GOOD START, WITH PLENTY FOR FANS TO SINK THEIR TEETH INTO.
The CW’s new drama The Vampire Diaries is the network’s biggest hit ever -- but is the show just a fleeting case of vampire fever?
SOME GOOD NEWS ABOUT OUR OLD FRIEND SPIKE MAKES US CONSIDER WHAT EVERYONE ELSE FROM SUNNYDALE IS UP TO.
Spike just landed on a new TV show. So what's everyone else up to? You know, Buffy and Xander and Cordelia and, shudder, Dawn. Actually, most folks have been pretty busy.