Some milestones can't help but make a longtime TV viewer feel a bit long in the tooth. Such is the case this Sunday, as Fox's The Simpsons marks a full quarter-century of spooky satire with its 25th annual "Treehouse of Horror" Halloween trilogy (8/7c), which strikes a nostalgic chord from its opening fanfare, echoing the classic (and still-missed) theme from Johnny Carson's Tonight Show — with a macabre twist, naturally.
JJ Abrams, Stephen King
J.J. Abrams won't have to travel to any galaxies far, far away for his latest project.
The director behind the new Star Wars movie is teaming up with master of suspense Stephen King for a new TV series about a surprising topic: the...
Britt Robertson, Colin Ford, Mackenzie Lintz
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Under the Dome's Season 2 premiere. Read at your own risk!]
Over the course of Under the Dome's first season, many Chester's Mill residents have fallen victim to the power of the dome, but the death in the closing moments of the Season 2 premiere was especially shocking.
The second season picked up with...
It must be opposite day because Lifetime announced that it is getting into the Stephen King business!
The female-skewing cable network will adapt King's 2010 novella Big Driver with Maria Bello at its center. This marks Lifetime's first collaboration with King, who's known as the master of horror.
Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant
Syfy has ordered 26 more episodes of Haven for a split fifth season, the cable channel announced Tuesday.
The first half of the season will air this fall, and the remaining 13 episodes will air in 2015.
Mike Vogel, Britt Robertson
CBS doesn't really have too much to worry about, except maybe James Spader.
Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci
The CW is developing a remake of horror anthology series Tales From the Darkside, with an eye toward airing it in the summertime.
Dean Norris and Alexander Koch
How did CBS bring Stephen King's Under the Dome to life? Viewers can find out Tuesday when the first season is released on Blu-ray and DVD!
Under the Dome Postmortem: Neal Baer defends finale, teases Season 2
The complete first season collection includes the featurette Under the Dome: From Novel to Series, which explores how...
Allison Janney and Arsenio Hall
Our top moments of the week:
13. Best Reveal: Granted, Det. Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) shows a lot of skin in the first episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine — hello, Speedo! — but it's his boss, Capt. Ray Holt (Andre Braugher), who really exposes himself. Ray explains that, even though he caught the infamous Disco Strangler way back when, he's only now been able to lead a command because he revealed that he was...
Mackenzie Lintz, Britt Robertson, Rachelle Lefevre, Colin Ford
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the Season 1 finale of Under the Dome as well as the Stephen King novel the series is based on. Read at your own risk.]
For those guessing it was aliens — like Stephen King's novel — you were right. You just probably didn't know you were right.
Under the Dome closed its first season Monday and left viewers with more questions than answers. After naming Julia (Rachelle Lefevre), not Barbie (Mike Vogel), the Monarch, pink stars fell in lines on the darkened dome, following which it turned opaque white. Before that, though, a vision of Alice (Samantha Mathis) appeared to the group to explain that the dome was put in place for their protection. From what? And what exactly was the vision of Alice? TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Neal Baer to find out...