'American Gods' Wasn't as Deep of a Book as You Remember
But in order to work, Bryan Fuller’s Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s flawed 2001 novel will have to be.
'The Americans' Showrunners Are Just as Shocked About Russia as You Are
Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg talk about their Cold War–era drama and how Russian relations have shaped how the audience watches the show.
The Violence in 'Westworld' Teaches Us Something About Ourselves
The recurring bloodbath in HBO's Wild West A.I. thriller isn't gratuitous.
Kumail Nanjiani’s 'X-Files' Marathon Was a Nerd Paradise
With excitement for Fox's upcoming X-Files revival at a fever pitch, we took in a day's worth of episodes curated by Kumail Nanjiani with special guests showrunner Chris Carter and writers Darin and Glen Morgan.
Meet the Artist Behind the Animorphs Covers That Destroyed Your Mind as a Kid
David Mattingly perfected the art of turning kids into animals in the most subtly insane ways possible.
Can the New 'Star Trek' Live Up to the Progressive Ideals of the Original?
CBS is going boldly where only five TV shows and a dozen movies have gone before.
Everyone Loves NASA But No One Wants to Give It Money
The success of The Martian has increased public interest in NASA's mission to Mars, but so far it hasn't increased the amount of money Congress is giving NASA.
A Job Opening
The future will be hot, unequal, and violent. Here's the story of one woman's quest to get the one thing she'll need the most to survive it: a job.
Reddit Is Facing an Existential Crisis
What comes of this crisis will not only define the "front page of the internet" as a company, but also this particular moment in digital history.
Meet the Woman Putting on an Entire One-Woman Show Dedicated to Jean-Luc Picard
Ellen Waddell uses 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' to explore her complicated relationship with her dad.
Objectively Correct Lists
The Five Least Bad Hoobastank Songs
Seriously, when was the last time you actually listened to Hoobastank instead of blindly hating them?
Hey Morrissey! Turning the Staples Center Vegetarian for a Night Won't Wash Away Years' Worth of Corporate Blood and General Terribleness
Meat might be murder, but protesting it in the most juvenile, pyrrhic way possible is pointless.