Revivals are everywhere these days, but FOX certainly caught our eye with news that Mike Judge’s King of the Hill might make a propane-fueled comeback. Should FOX move forward, however, Judge previews a change to the core cast that would be unusual, as animation goes.
Thousands of years from now, alien archaeologists will come to one inescapable conclusion: The Simpsons dictated humanity’s every advance. The latest evidence is none other than today’s giant Disney-Fox merger, which America’s favorite family jokingly predicted in 1998.
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly where FOX’s X-Files revival went wrong, but the emphasis on stand-alone episodes over lingering mythology certainly surprised viewers. It’s even harder to say what lessons were learned, as the expanded eleventh season will apparently have even less focus on overall story.
Gotham star David Mazouz minced few words to say “Batman is coming” in Season 4 (he’s exaggerated before), but the first Season 4 artwork definitely inches in that direction. The Knight is darkest before the Dawn, as a new Comic-Con poster reveals Season 4’s subtitle.
Just as NBC’s Powerless carried on the late Adam West’s inimitable presence, so too will Family Guy keep our beloved Bright Knight alive. Producers confirm West recorded at least five more episodes for the coming season, after which Quahog’s mayor may never be replaced.
You’ve seen the first official trailer for Marvel’s FOX mutant drama The Gifted, but the network isn’t done previewing Bryan Singer’s X-Men TV series just yet. Take a look at fresh photos from the X-drama, including a Sentinel-filled synopsis!
There will come a day when Stan Lee’s Marvel cameos are few and far between, but it is not this day. FOX’s tentatively-titled X-Men drama Gifted will feature the Marvel mainstay in a guest role, as revealed in Bryan Singer’s new BTS photo.
Well, they couldn’t wait eight years to reopen The X-Files, just to leave off on that insane cliffhanger, right? FOX finally got their act together, preparing a proper revival for Mulder and Scully with an expanded-order eleventh (and final?) season.
We’ve long wondered what, if any connection FOX’s Bryan Singer-directed X-Men drama might have to the movie franchise, though the latest dips a bit outside its reality. True Blood alum Stephen Moyer (as well as Rogue one Anna Paquin’s husband) will topline the mutant drama, albeit in a brand-new role.