The Man Who Fell To Earth is Showtime’s smart, dark, and funny new sci-fi series, and it’s my favourite kind of television, building off of the original iconic David Bowie film, rather than rewriting it.
The sixth and final season of This Is Us is drawing to a close, and last night’s episode, “Miguel,” leapt into the backstory of how Jon Huertas’ Miguel fell in love with Rebecca, and the events that shaped their lives together.
Those wild fairy godparents are back, and they’re as wild as you remember. The difference this time is that everyone else has changed as The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder go live-action.
What is happening in Bridgeport? The Hardy Boys are on the case of a missing student in season 2, and that’s just the start of a lot of questions, and the hunt for a demon.
It’s the beginning of the end for Saul Goodman. The sixth and final season of Better Call Saul kicks off tonight, and there are so many questions.
BBC Earth is celebrating Earth Week from April 18 to 24 with a range of programming dedicated to life on our little blue planet, and one of the highlights is Professor Brian Cox’s latest series, Universe.
The votes are in and our readers have picked the top 25 Canadian TV series of all. The list covers some of the most beloved shows ever made in the country, starring some of the most incredible Canadians of all time.
What does it take to survive Yellowstone Dutton ranch? Guts, stamina, some fire and a lot of loyalty, to start with, and that’s probably why Teeter has done so well there.
A new group of home chefs are facing the Wall with their best creations. This time it’s all about pastry though in the new Food Network series, Wall of Bakers.
In the history of feuds, the clash between Carole Baskin and Joe Exotic is legendary. Whatever you know about the story though, the new mini-series Joe vs. Carole brings new layers to the impossible tale, and you won’t believe Kate McKinnon and Kyle MacLachlan as Carole and Howard Baskin.