Terra Nova shows sci-fi fans what can be done in a fantasy show with a real budget.
All your rings are belong to Rayner.
Aquaman is part of DC’s New 52 relaunch, and it seems like they felt safe reengineering the character a bit more than the others.
We’re two episodes into J.J. Abrams’ newest speculative fiction mystery, Person of Interest, and it clearly has broad appeal.
The fourth season of Fringe is certainly more peaceful than originally anticipated.
Supergirl is one of DC’s New 52 relaunches. It’s a full reboot of the Supergirl story, starting with the origin story, which is the first arc being presented.
Wonder Woman is part of the DC New 52 relaunch, and after being disappointed by the lack of #1ness in Green Lantern and Batman, this one is actually looking quite good.
The first season of Syfy’s most popular show has come to an end with a remarkable cliffhanger.
The first episode of The Fades recently aired on the BBC Three. It’s a supernatural mystery series which focuses on a young man, Paul, who can see into the world of the dead.
Batman might be the most anticipated title of the New 52 relaunch, but it could have been so much more than it is.
Eureka’s second to last season has come to a twisty close.
Green Lantern is one of DC’s New 52 relaunch titles. Last week, we got a fresh #1, but it doesn’t really feel #1-ish to me.
Superboy is one of DC’s New 52 relaunch titles, and so far, it’s off to an interesting start.
We're quickly approaching the end of the first season of Alphas, and the show has not yet disappointed.
Coyote’s Kiss by Crista Faust is a tie-in novel for the Sixth season of Supernatural, taking place between the episodes of Caged Heat and Appointment in Samara.
Demon Knights is one of the relaunched titles in DC’s New 52 event, and so far, is one of the few which, while it does take place in the DC universe, it’s not tied to the events of the releases so far.
The shortened season four of Torchwood is at an end, and the mystery of the Miracle Day is solved.
So far of the second week New 52 releases, Swamp Thing is the one which seems most closely connected to its own pre-New 52 canon.
Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers is a five episode mini-series adaptation of the graphic novel Loki.
With the New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to move its Stormwatch line into the already crowded DC universe along with the rest of its books.