Things We Saw Today: The Star Wars: The Clone Wars Final Season Trailer is HERE!

Did you think we could really be “done” with Star Wars? Ha! Never. Before we’re even done savoring The Mandalorian and with the corpse of the Skywalker saga barely cold down in the chasm into which it fell (too dark?), we’re back with the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. And wow—it looks

Let’s Fall Down the Rabbit Hole of Dispatches From Elsewhere

Jason Segel spent the 2000s as part of the ensemble of the hit series How I Met Your Mother, in addition to becoming an Apatow staple with hit films like I Love You, Man and Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Now, he returns to television in a twisty new anthology series he created titled Dispatches From Elsewhere.

Things We Saw Today: Now The Witcher’s “The Song of the White Wolf” Gets an Awesome Metal Cover Treatment

Brazilian musician Dan Vasc is back with another metal spin on music from The Witcher, which means we’re probably not going to listen to anything else for the rest of the week. Dan Vasc’s metal cover of “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher” is my favorite version of the song from the Netflix series—a song that

We’re Not Ready to Say Goodbye to Bojack Horseman

Nothing gold can stay, Ponyboys and girls. And that includes one of Netflix’s all-time best original series, Bojack Horseman. The final trailer has been released for part 2 of the show’s 6th and final season, which will be released January 31st. The critically acclaimed series has only 8 episodes left to wrap up the Hollywoo

Things We Saw Today: If Picard Is Just Several Hours of Him Petting a Dog … That’s Fine

We are six days from the launch of the first episode of Picard. The highly-anticipated sequel series to Star Trek: The Next Generation will debut on CBS All Access on January 23, but TV Insider has a clip on some of the first minutes of the series and they’re pretty wonderful. We see a happily

We Need To Talk About The Witcher’s Yennefer: Magic, Disability, and Motherhood

Yennefer of Vengerberg, one of three main characters in Netflix’s Witcher series, is disabled. A main character in a prominent fantasy series with a visible disability! More than that, she’s a love interest! As a disabled person, I was really excited to see a disabled character whose storyline doesn’t revolve around her disability, and who’s

Things We Saw Today: Wynonna Earp Finally Starts Production on Season 4!

It’s been a long #FightForWynonna to get here, Earpers, but it’s finally happening. Production has started on season four of SyFy’s supernatural western, Wynonna Earp, and we could not be happier about it. And we’re back!! #EarpNow pic.twitter.com/MOGFoABX6f — Wynonna Earp (@WynonnaEarp) January 13, 2020 After a huge cliffhanger in the fall of 2018 that

Interview: Caity Lotz Talks the Crisis on Infinite Earths Finale and What It Means for Legends

The wait for the conclusion to the CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths has felt, well, infinite. Be tonight we’ll finally see how our seven paragons—well, six paragons and Lex Luthor—find a way to save all of the multiverse, with some help from Oliver Queen in his new role as The Specter. One of the paragons fighting

Norse Mythology Meets Teen Fantasy in Netflix’s Ragnarok Trailer

Netflix has released the first full trailer for their upcoming teen supernatural series Ragnarok. And no, we’re not talking about that Ragnarok. This new series hails from Norway and is the brainchild of Scandinavian creator Adam Price (Borgen). The synopsis for Ragnarok reads: “The story revolves around the inhabitants of Edda, who are perhaps not

New Supernatural Promo Has Us Drowning in Emotion

We’re heading into the final stretch of our last ride with Supernatural next Thursday and the editors of the show have cooked up another gutwrenching promo from their “Shaving People, Punting Things” channel. The clip shows a lot of things, both intriguing and troubling. We see Chuck (Rob Benedict) in a Radio Shed watching disasters,