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A smart, in-depth docu-series that won't reach much further than folks who are already on board with the "Yes We Can!" movement.
TNT is celebrating the wrap of Season 3 production of Snowpiercer with an early announcement for Season 4.
Who will come first, Hawkeye or Ms. Marvel? Both of the Phase 4 series have a "late 2021" release date chilling on the calendar, but Disney has kept actual details on the "when" close to the vest.
Y'all. They did it. It feels like all the Mephisto shenanigans with WandaVision made it seem completely impossible that the big swing for the fences reveal would be Kang the Conquerer.
Sequels are hard. While Fear Street Part 2: 1978 most certainly slumps in ways that Fear Street Part 1: 1994 was largely immune to, it still manages to be a pretty fun ride.
Fear Street Part 1: 1994 opens with strong Scream vibes that mix nicely with its whole cursed aesthetic.
Loki continues with "The Nexus Event." Episode 4 of the series ends up being truly remarkable and yes, we can confirm that there's an end credits stinger at the end of it.
Since her introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2010's Iron Man 2, Natasha Romanoff has been cleaning up after the boys.
After acquiring rights to Anne Rice's original stories over a year ago, AMC has officially announced that it will be moving forward with an Interview with the Vampire series.
Dueling Lokis sounds like a fun enough idea on paper. But it turns out it’s a bit of a chore when it comes to execution. At least at first.
All hail the Pupa! Hulu has renewed its adult animated series Solar Opposites for a 4th season ahead of the Season 3 premiere in 2022.
After months of studio silence following countless COVID-related delays, Candyman director Nia DaCosta sat down with Shadow and Act to discuss the exclusive clip provided to the outlet.
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