Netflix has released a brand new trailer for the upcoming third season of their happy-go-lucky comedy, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and reminds us exactly why we fell in love with the series in the first place.
The final Defender series is just over a month away from hitting our screens and a new trailer as debuted, but what can we expect from the hero most will get confused with Iron Man?
During the Super Bowl this weekend, Netflix debuted a brand new trailer for their hit cult TV show, Stranger Things, getting us overly hyped for the second season, simply called Stranger Things 2.
That's right, it's the end of another Doctor Who as Peter Capaldi hands back his keys for The Tardis.
Time has almost come, so load up Netflix and start binge watching seasons one-to-four of Prison Break before season 5 arrives on April 4.
If, like me, you were getting some shut-eye while the 74th annual Golden Globes were taking place, then don't worry, we have all of the results right here. Don't worry your pretty little head.
That's right folks, Futurama comes back yet again from the ashes of cancellation, this time in the form of a fan film that crashes into the live action dimension. Something about Christmas always makes me think of Futurama. Maybe it's because the Christmas Specials are so funny?
I'm still not happy about the ending of How I Met Your Mother. No spoilers here, but take it from me, it was heartbreaking and slightly upsetting, and felt slightly like a cop-out. Anyway, personal feelings aside, there's word that a spin-off show is in the works which is set to focus on the mother's story aptly named, How I Met Your Father...
As some of you may know, we're pretty excited about the new series of DuckTales to land on our screens next year. While we know roughly when it's coming and what it'll look like, the cast has always been kept under wraps... until now.
While Netflix is quickly becoming my go-to place to watch the telly, there has always been one flaw. You have to be connected to the Internet in order to actually watch the shows. If you were travelling or, god forbid, your Internet cut out randomly, you'd be stuck with nothing to watch. That is until now.
Back in 2014 the news that Mythbusters was to get rid of the "build team", also known as Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara, was a sore pill to swallow. Fortunately it looked as it the trio didn't plan on taking a vacation any time soon as they've been busy working on their own explosive show, and it couldn't have come at a better time.
The Avengers are gearing up for a space war and we're now getting an Inhumans TV show and movie? Okay then.
They say no superhero ever stays dead, and that's probably why Young Justice is coming back for Season 3.
Apparently The Simpsons is just one of those TV shows that'll never die. Not that I'm complaining, I love The Simpsons, but surely it's got to come to some sort of conclusion?