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Glen Mazzara Steps Down from The Walking Dead

Glen Mazzara Steps Down from The Walking Dead 0

AMC has just announced that they have renewed their flagship horror-drama The Walking Dead for a fourth season, but the good news has been tempered by bad, as they have also announced that Glen Mazzara, who served as the showrunner after the abrupt departure of original showrunner Frank Darabont during the second season, is leaving.

Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead Game Free on iOS

Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead Game Free on iOS 0

Telltale Games’ hit episodic adventure game based on The Walking Dead has recently wrapped up its fifth episode. If you’re one of the few Walking Dead fans who have not played it yet because you’re not willing to risk a few bucks on something that you might not enjoy, then you can mosey on over(…)

New Trailer for Doctor Who: The Snowmen Christmas Special

New Trailer for Doctor Who: The Snowmen Christmas Special 0

We’re only a few days away from the premiere of the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special, titled “The Snowmen,” and the Beebs has seen it fit to release an updated trailer. This time around, it’s more focused on providing glimpses of the action, instead of providing a backstory. The Snowmen finds the doctor still affected(…)

G4 Will Be Rebranded as Esquire Channel

G4 Will Be Rebranded as Esquire Channel 0

Just last September, G4 dropped the announcement that their gamer-centric programming will no longer just cater to a wider demographic (re: fans of COPS and Cheaters), the network will be completely overhauling their programming and will start catering to a much older crowd. The Hollywood Reporter recently got word that NBCUniversal has signed a deal(…)

G4’s X-Play and Attack of the Show on the Chopping Block

G4’s X-Play and Attack of the Show on the Chopping Block 0

It was already announced last month that the G4 Network will be rebranding in order to cater to an older, GQ reading demographic, so the writing is already on the wall. Kotaku recently reported a shake-up that will end the life of long-running videogame-related shows such as X-Play and Attack of the Show.

Arrow Gets Picked Up For a Full Season

Arrow Gets Picked Up For a Full Season 0

According to a recent tweet by Arrow star Stephen Amell, The CW has just picked up the action-drama series Arrow for a full run: “Best way to start a Monday? Getting picked up for your back nine episodes. Thwick,” Arrow star Stephen Amell announced via Twitter.

Dr. Horrible TV Series Schedule Announced

Dr. Horrible TV Series Schedule Announced 0

The TV series based on Joss Whedon’s cult hit web series Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog has been announced before, but no actual release dates were given. In a recent promo on Entertainment Weekly, a launch date has been specified: October 9, 9 PM on CW.

Walking Dead Season 3 TV Spot

Walking Dead Season 3 TV Spot 0

We’re mere weeks away from the premiere of The Walking Dead Season 3 on Sun, Oct 14, and AMC reminds us of this fact by releasing a (very) short TV spot. As previously announced, the series’ third season will consist of 16 episodes. Season 3 will also air in two-parts with the first eight hours(…)

Doctor Who Series 7 Prequel: Pond Life

Doctor Who Series 7 Prequel: Pond Life 0

In support of the upcoming Series 7, Doctor Who has just released a new 5 part mini-adventure entitled “Pond Life”, which features the Doctor, Amy, Rory, and some familiar faces. The first part has the good Doctor leaving the Ponds a voice mail that provides much needed update on what the timelord has been up(…)

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Goes Oriental for Season 8 Trailer

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Goes Oriental for Season 8 Trailer 0

FX’s hit comedy sitcom It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia goes for a new trailer that will remind you of the land of the rising sun, as they warn viewers of the show’s impending return. The cast – Danny De Vito, Charlie Day, Rob McElhenny, Glenn Howerton, and Kaitlin Olson – all perform moves that will(…)