The Showtime series serves up frights, action, and big ideas about life and death—sans camp.
In Orlando Von Einsiedel's new documentary, rangers fend off poachers, rebels, and multinational companies.
As militants vow to seize Baghdad, the country is facing a crisis that has been building for years.
Writer Ed Brubaker, who created the 2005 comic book that inspired the new Marvel movie, says he wanted to to tap into the hero's tragic side.
Infectious optimism, a sense of adventure, and limitless storytelling possibilities: For a low-budget kids' show, the BBC's original concept packed a lot of promise.
After "Night of the Doctor," fans might want to rethink their expectations for the upcoming big episode.
Fans should be thrilled that the studio's experimenting with its deep, diverse roster of characters.
For Halloween, check out the audio drama The Confessions of Dorian Gray's creepy portrayal of immortal man's descent into depression and hedonism.
The second season seems likely to avoid the blockbuster drama and police-procedural formulas of other Sherlock interpretations while taking its own creative liberties.
It's not Ben Affleck, it's Warner Bros.' history of mishandling of superhero films.