After the success of its Disneyesque Once Upon a Time this season, ABC is moving full speed ahead on the sci-fi/fantasy front.
Last week saw the first episode of Touch aired in a special event on Fox. The remainder of the show will begin in a couple of months, but we’ve already gotten a taste of the story with this first episode, and it’s impressive.
The CW recently ordered a pilot based on a script it commissioned for a remake of the 80’s series Beauty and the Beast, which starred Linda Hamilton & Ron Perlman.
The CW’s take on Green Arrow won’t match the character already developed for Smallville.
Last week, CBS ordered a pilot for a new show tentatively dubbed Elementary, a crime procedural which places Sherlock Holmes in modern-day New York City.
Fox will be running a special pre-season preview of the pilot for Touch this coming week.
BBC Worldwide has released its first gameplay trailer of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, giving us a look at what the title will actually look and feel like.
This past week, Fox premiered Alcatraz - the new J.J. Abrams series - with a double episode evening.
CBS has gotten a bit of a head start choosing pilots for this year’s season, especially since a number from last year haven't even aired yet.
We’ve known for months that Doctor Who’s companions will be swapped out this coming season, marking the first change of primary companion for the Eleventh Doctor.
We’ve been reporting for nearly a year on the sporadic progress of the pilot for the FX series Powers, based on the comicbook series by Brian Michael Bendis.
HBO has confirmed that season 2 of its wildly popular Game of Thrones series will kick off on April 1, 2012.
BBC America will begin airing the six-episode first season of The Fades on the evening of January 14, 2012.
For years, Smallville seemed like the show that wouldn’t die for The CW, a primetime only network whose schedule is devoted mostly to teen dramas and youth oriented genre series.
"We made money on Terra Nova, the studio made money on it, and the audience enjoyed it. The show looked fantastic... It's clearly a concept people wanted to watch. They had ample opportunity to reject it: they didn't."
One of the most famous personalities in Hollywood, Tom Hanks, is developing his own animated sci-fi show, Electric City. Hanks is co-producer on the show, as well as the director, and the voice of the lead character.
Sony's shown off a new type of LED television which uses six million tiny light-emitting diodes to create an image.
The noble peacock turns to the genres to save its television ratings.
Fox has released a new Fringe trailer for the upcoming second half of season 4.
The BBC’s Arthurian adventure series, Merlin, recently finished its fourth season, and the show is still going strong.