'Bojack Horseman' is coming home for physical media fans courtesy of a new distribution deal with Shout! Factory and the Tornante Company.
Patrick Troughton's Second Doctor makes his return when BBC Studios releases a fully-animated reconstruction of 'The Macra Terror' in March 2019.
If you have any kind of love for Spongebob Squarepants, then you owe a good chunk of that show even being on Nickelodeon to Rocko's Modern Life.
A lot of the library of Mystery Science Theater 3000 is basically on-loan to the show through the use of publishing rights from different companies and owners.
Yes, you can be a parent and a proper television-viewing geek at the same time! Here are the 40 (yup!) easy steps I take to find my way to binging bliss.
DC Entertainment, Cartoon Network, and Warner Bros. have released a teaser for a Teen Titans GO!/Teen Titans crossover project.
To honor the release of 20th Century Fox's 'Deadpool 2 Super Duper $@%!#& Cut,' NYC fans can enjoy the Deadpool and Friends' Believe in Your Selfie Museum.
It's interesting to look at the success of Avatar: The Last Airbender when you consider where it started and ended in the Nickelodeon timeline.
This week, Bleeding Cool‘s Weekly Static shifts gears and moves to a single topic each week - but still gives you five cool TV posts to check out, too!
This week, The Weekly Static - Bleeding Cool‘s look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, streaming, smoke signals, cloud formations, and shadow puppets - offers up its top picks from the new series coming from ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox.
Back when Shout! Factory announced that they were producing the last volume of Mystery Science Theater 3000's run of original DVD releases, we kind of assumed that the last bit of business they might be taking care of is the work on the old Rhino sets.
NFL Owners' Controversial Decision, Watchmen "Remix", Who's on Twitch, and More [The Weekly Static s01e41]
The Weekly Static is Bleeding Cool‘s look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, and streaming, from a (hopefully) interesting perspective. THIS WEEK: WWE/Fox deal Smackdown; Damon Lindelof talks Watchmen; Twitch marathons Doctor Who; NFL owners take a knee; and Castle Rock gets a Stephen King thumbs up.
The Weekly Static is Bleeding Cool‘s look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, streaming, smoke signals, cloud formations, and shadow puppets from an interesting and entertaining perspective. In this special edition, we look at our top takeaways from ABC, CBS, CW, Fox, and Freeform's upfronts.
Five years ago, Mystery Science Theater 3000 was a beloved show among the wise and nerdy. If you told people back then that the show would not only get funding for a successful revival but that it would be renewed for another season, we would have cried at a foolish dream.
Back in the late '90s, Blame! started off the way a lot of anime series original start, as a manga series produced in Japan. The series grew in popularity with the sci-fi and cyberpunk audiences, to the point where it eventually got a small series run in 2003, and eventually a film on Netflix from Polygon Pictures.