Capt Jack Harkness

John Barrowman Confirms New Torchwood Season

Capt Jack HarknessTorchwood star John Barrowman confirmed on BBC Radio 2 that he has signed up to return as Capt Jack Harkness for a new season of Torchwood. Barrowman also said that the series would be returning to a 13 instalment episodic format for its fourth season.

True Blood

‘True Blood’ Season Three Newbies

True BloodWell it's V time, and no I'm not talking about the new TV series 'V' remake with those reptilian aliens, though Lizard Man would fit right in down in the Bayou town of Bon Temps, Louisiana with all the other creatures of magic and legend, no I'm talking about 'True Blood.' Production of the third season of 'True Blood' got underway this very week and as the crows fly so is the info on whats going on. Seems we are going to have some new meat to sink our teeth into, today, it was announced that two new actors have joined the cast of TV's most addictive and controversial drama.

TV viewing

Why Genre Shows are Dying! Part 1

TV viewingI just finished reading a article by Michael Hinman over at SyFy Portal, oh my bad, that's Airlock Alpha these days since I guess he sold out to the suits at SyFy Channel, which use to be the SciFi Channel, but I'll get into that another time. Anywho, the article was about Sci-Fi shows taking a beating in the ratings and was spouting on and on about last year ratings compared to this years ratings, and about shows being cancelled like  "Knight Rider" that was on NBC, "Pushing Daisies" that was on ABC, and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" that was on Fox, and that if something doesn't change we are going to lose more shows. Guess what folks, the reason we are losing so many shows is that most of them suck!! Read on to find out why.

Robin Hood series finale

‘Robin Hood’ Series Finale Dec 5 on BBC America

Robin Hood series finaleThe TV series Robin Hood comes to an end on December 5, 9:00p.m. ET/PT on BBC America after a 3 year run. The series which was not a favorite over in the UK has been a hit here in the US.  This season revealed a tougher and darker Robin Hood (Jonas Armstrong), consumed with revenge for Marian’s death. As a wave of corruption and evil swept the land, Robin launched a solo mission to avenge her death and kill Gisborne (Richard Armitage).

Nicolas Cage in Season of the Witch

Nicolas Cage’s ‘Season of the Witch’ Trailer

Nicolas Cage in Season of the WitchFandango has unveiled the full trailer for the upcoming fantasy/thriller "Season of the Witch," starring Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman." The new film is directed by Dominic Sena, the man behind "Gone in Sixty Seconds," "Swordfish" and "Whiteout." It is scheduled to hit theaters on March 19th, 2010. Check it out below.

Lost season 6 kickoff

‘Lost’ Season 6 Kickoff Announced

Lost season 6 kickoffABC has announced that the highly anticipated sixth and final season of "Lost" will start with a special all-night event on Tuesday, February 2, 2010. To kick things off right a recap special will first catch us all back up (like we need it) from 8:00-9:00 p.m., EST, followed by the long awaited two-hour premiere from 9:00-11:00 p.m. Lost will then air in its regular time period Tuesday nights from 9:00-10:00 p.m., ET beginning the following week, on February 9.

Frienge Season 2

Major spoilers for the rest of Fringe’s 2nd season!

Frienge Season 2Fox's weird sci-fi series Fringe is slated to return tonight with an all-new episode, and cast members spoke with us last week on the show's Vancouver, Canada, set to reveal what questions will be answered—or not!—as the second season winds up in the months ahead.

There are big spoilers ahead! The newest Fringe episode, "Earthling," airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

‘Smallville’ Season 9? Could Be

Smallville's Clark, Lois and green Arrow
It had been assumed that season eight would likely be the last of the CW’s hit TV series "Smallville". After all, we had lost Lex Luthor and Clarks main squeeze Lana Lang who were central characters, as the actors who portrayed them, Kristin Kreuk and Michael Rosenbaum, had left the series. And eight seasons is a pretty long run for a show focusing on Clark Kent’s pre-Superman days, also a large number of fans felt the show’s quality had dipped drastically by Season 7.