Docuseries The Center Seat looks at 55 years of Star Trek, chronicling the franchise's Desilu beginnings to its current Paramount+ home.
Vikings creator Michael Hirst shared details on Netflix's sequel series Vikings: Valhalla, including how the series will respect the past.
The Twilight of the Gods grows near as Vikings returns for its final ten episodes on December 30- if you're an Amazon Prime subscriber.
Vikings usually has a presence at San Diego Comic-Con and Comic-Con @ Home was no different as we get a new look at the upcoming series finale.
Time for a mid-year look at the BCTV Top 30 TV Series Influencers 2020 list to see how Lucifer, Doctor Who, and other shows are scoring.
The growing outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is being felt all across the pop culture landscape. Earlier today, we reported on how Jeopardy! and
Before Ricky Gervais takes to the stage for tonight's Golden Globes Awards, here's a look at our television picks: "Fleabag", "Killing Eve", and more.
Welcome to The 2019 Bleedy TV Awards Year-in-Review, a critically-comedic look back at "Game of Thrones", Netflix, FOX "News", and so much more...
"Game of Thrones", "Arthur", T-Pain, "The Simpsons" & More: The 2019 Bleedy TV Awards Year-in-Review (January – June)
Welcome to The 2019 Bleedy TV Awards Year-in-Review (Part I), a critically-comedic look back at "Game of Thrones", "Arthur", T-Pain, and so much more...
Returning to prowl the stage - pint in hand - for the 77th Annual Golden Globes is none other than the (in)famous Ricky Gervais (Humanity, The Office), so
Series creator and writer Michael Hirst's (Elizabeth, The Tudors) critically-acclaimed series Vikings may be ending its run on History, but Hirst's
With HISTORY's "Vikings" heading back for a sixth and final season starting December 4, fans are getting an early look at what they can expect...
"Arrow" star Stephen Amell and STARZ have found the actor's in-ring nemesis - and on-screen brother - in "Vikings" star Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games).
The top problem plaguing television (especially broadcast networks) today? Serious lack of diversity. Here's why all that "whiteness" isn't a good thing...
Television is living in a "golden age" with the quantity and quality of content out there. It's also resulted in "toxic fans" who are hurting the medium.