The Avengers and Game of Thrones impressed, but fans of Fantastic Four and American Horror Story: Coven were left in the dust.
Benedict Cumberbatch! Frozen’s Elsa! And (hopefully) first looks at Game of Thrones’ Sand Snakes and the Justice League of America. Here’s our wish list for 2014’s San Diego Comic-Con, running from July 23–27.
The evil genius knows what he’s doing.
Life is full of petty frustrations and small wonders. Tom Mison (ne Ichabod Crane) states exactly what you are thinking, just better.
From Pete Campbell’s sarcastic retort to the best “YOLO” of the year, here’s a look back at 2013’s most quotable television moments. Presented in no particular order.
There were plenty of standout characters who elevated the movies and shows they were in this year. Here are our favorites, and the actors who portrayed them. In no particular order!
The crossover that practically writes itself.
Autofollow. Autofollow hard.
Sleepy Hollow and Dracula have brought gothic fantasy to the TV lineup for a few months now — long enough to fall in love with both, and to notice some similarities. Which does it better?
WARNING: Spoilers ahead.
Damn you for being so hot and so fictional.
Possibly the cutest cast ever.
Thanks to Scandal and Sleepy Hollow, we’re seeing a completely new kind of black woman on television. The human kind, who’s allowed to feel things.
Or one GIFset, because honestly that’s it, that’s the show.
Because drinking’s more acceptable when it’s themed.
Oh, and some stuff about the show too. If you’re into that.
Haters to the left. Or better yet, join us before it’s too late.
Sleepy Hollow’s 18th century man did not fight in the Revolutionary War for this shit.
Look, just trust me. This show takes a little bit of X-Files, throws in some Supernatural with a dash of Elementary then shakes until awesome. Warning: Pilot spoilers ahead!
You may not know their names yet, but you’re about to start crushing hard. Here are some of the freshest faces of the new fall TV series.
Whether they started in the 1970s or the 2000s, these horror actors have made a career out of scaring the crap out of us.