Check out the latest episode of The Night League which raises the question, "Do you know Superman?"
I Kissed a Vampire is probably comparable to High School Musical with fangs, and the enormously popular webseries is in the midst of becoming a feature film.
Matt, Erik, and Neil take part in a little science experiment.
In this audio interview from the Vampires & Slayers archives, Joss Whedon looks back at the seven year run of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and says goodbye.
Charisma Carpenter, Amy Acker, Julie Benz and others are among the ladies of Angel being celebrated in this video.
This video is a tribute to the female characters of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
A lighter approach is taken to Buffy's opening credits as it's done in the style of the classic sitcom Friends.
Using "Save Me" as a backdrop, this video presents Buffy's opening credits in the style of Smallville.
Check out the Buffy's credits in the style of the opening credits for Eliza Dushku's two-seasons long series Tru Calling.
The credits for Buffy cut in the style of the opening for the series Charmed.
The executive producers of the show talk about satisfying the fans and promise a conclusive ending...
Classic moment from the Big Bang Theory in which Sheldon goes up against Wil Wheaton in a moment right out of Wrath of Khan. Then William Shatner more or less joins in!
Wolverine and the X-Men may be over as a series, but this musical tribute to the ladies of the show will allow its memory to endure.
Accompanied by a Britney Spears song and some clever editing, the wholesome ladies of Disney become just a little bit more.... sexy and naughty.
That Roger's one lucky bunny, as this tribute to Jessica Rabbit hares out.
Here's one fan's countdown of the 10 sexiest characters in animation.
Last year the cast of the Big Bang Theory did a photo shoot cover a TV Guide cover story tied into Comic-Con. This video goes behind the scenes on that shoot.
For the complete fall TV schedule from ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW, just click forward and enjoy the video clips from each of the new shows.
Timothy Dalton only played James Bond twice - in 1987's The Living Daylights and 1989's Licence to Kill - but Tampabay.com's Steve Spears believe that it was more than enough to prove he's the best 007 ever. Here are his five reasons why.
Robert Rodriguez will be adapting the Ralph Bakshi classic.