The Shannara Chronicles is a surprising new series that goes against any expectation I might have had, delivering a story and characters that feel alive and visceral, while maintaining a reality that is something like a Brothers Grimm fairy tale come to modern life.
Hayley Atwell had the fans eating out of the palm of her hand last year when she came to Toronto to talk about Marvel’s Agent Carter. Coming out for the last day of Fan Expo, she talked about the iconic character, the Marvel universe, and even her ongoing love of Dubsmash.
What is utopia worth if it would cost humanity part of its soul? Would an end to war and sickness be worth what could be a terrible price? Arthur C. Clarke’s famed science fiction novel Childhood’s End delves into that idea, and after a long wait, the story has finally arrived in its first television adaptation spanning 3-nights and 6 hours.
We love the holidays. This is that special time of year when television is packed with Christmas movies and holiday specials, and that’s what makes a holiday television schedule one of our favorite things every year.
Ash vs Evil Dead is almost exactly what fans might expect from an Evil Dead TV show. The Necronomicon Ex Mortis is causing trouble again, and it’s up to Ash to save the day 30 years after he last took on the Deadites and those Kandarian Demons with his boomstick and chainsaw. Of course, this time it’s Ash who actually started the whole problem, but once the demon is out of the netherworld, what are you going to do?
If you’re looking for a little Halloween spirit, CraveTV has a lineup of great television episodes that may just hit the spot this October.
Are you ready for the finale of Killjoys on Space this Friday, August 21? If not, how about a little interview with the show’s trio of stars to get you ready?
Whether you watched the 2015 Much Music Video Awards, or just want to see some of the stars who came …
Most of the home cooks have been sent home, and just two competitors remain as MasterChef Canada season 2 wraps up on Sunday with east facing west, and Line Pelletier competing against David Jorge for the title of MasterChef.
Charlotte Sullivan and Matt Gordon play serious roles on Rookie Blue, but as we’ve seen before, their chemistry off-screen is a little more relaxed, and a lot zanier.