Michael Cudlitz, Josh McDermitt
Michael Cudlitz and Josh McDermitt have joined The Walking Dead's upcoming fourth season.
At Saturday's New York Comic-Con panel, Cudlitz surprised attendees by cursing out the producers and cast from the audience before the casting news was announced.
You know what's scarier than Breaking Bad's ruthless, murderous drug dealer Heisenberg? Star Bryan Cranston wearing a mask of the ruthless, murderous drug dealer Heisenberg.
Gregg Sargeant, Amos Carver
A San Diego woman who contemplated jumping off the balcony of her apartment building was mistakenly thought to be performing a promotional stunt at Comic-Con last week.
In actuality, the woman — who was drunk and upset over a breakup, according to ABC News — was rescued by real-life stuntmen who were in town for the convention and had been setting up a planned stunt event at a private party nearby.
Felicia Day will reprise her role as Charlie on Supernatural in the fourth episode of Season 9, the show's executive producers revealed Sunday.
Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles
What does a world full of fallen angels look like? That's the question on every Supernatural fan's mind after the Season 8 finale.
"We're going to learn pretty quickly that a world full of fallen angels is pretty much a free-for-all," executive producer Jeremy Carver said at Sunday's Comic-Con panel, moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Rich Sands. "We've got lots of angels out there with lots of different agendas. ... A world of fallen angels is a dirty, bloody, scary and, in some ways, very human world, and we're very excited to explore that."
Judging from Sunday's Comic-Con panel for the fifth season of Community, it will be the comedy's most bombastic.
Reinstated showrunner Dan Harmon arrived on stage with great fanfare in a homemade Iron Man costume, which had to be removed with the help of cast members Jim Rash and Danny Pudi. Riffing on Iron Man alter ego Tony Stark's penchant for arrogant oration, Harmon launched into a speech that would have humbled the fictional billionaire playboy inventor. Here are highlights of the speech, which also addressed his absence from the show last year and his triumphant return:
Person of Interest is rooting for Root.
The CBS sci-fi thriller has promoted Amy Acker to series regular for the upcoming Season 3, it was announced at Saturday's Comic-Con panel. Root is a talented assassin and cyber-hacker for hire who is intent on setting the Machine free. In the Season 2 finale ...
p>Grimm isn't taking it easy in Season 3.
During the Comic-Con panel Saturday for the NBC fantasy crime procedural, producers revealed more monsters around the bend and bad news for one of our beloved characters. And that's on top of the sticky situation Nick (David Giuntoli) & Co. were facing in last season's cliff-hanger finale.