Gotham (FOX, Mondays, 8/7C) continues its creative resurgence this week with the third chapter in the ongoing Rise of the Villains arc – The Last Laugh. Now darker than ever, the show really feels like it belongs in the Batman section of the DC universe.
The final trailer for Spectre has arrived and is as cool as we’ve come to expect from a Bond trailer. It features a key point of debate as well as a wee bit of new footage. Check it out after the jump.
Spectre opens on November 3rd.
We’re getting closer and closer to driverless cars – we already have cars that can parallel park, so the technology is very close.
On 60 Minutes (CBS, Sundays, 7/6C), Bill Whitaker goes to Silicon Valley to see just where Google is in its development of that technology (GM says it will have a hands-free system to consumers by 2017). For details, follow the jump.
CBS’ Zoo was this summer’s top-rated series, so it should come as no surprise that the network has ordered a second season for Summer 2016. Follow the jump for further details.
The latest teaser for season two of The Flash contains a glimpse (just barely) of Zoom and two Flashes comparing nicknames. It’s kinda fun. Check it out follow the jump.
The Flash returns October 6th (8/7C).
This weekend, Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario opens in wide release. Sicario, the film tells us, is the Mexican word for hitman. It also tells us that it was the Hebrew word for the one who hunts the ones who killed us (i.e. Romans – it’s a very old word).
Sicario is a deeply disturbing film about an idealistic FBI agent who leaves her division – which deals with kidnapping and hostages – to volunteer for a joint taskforce that ostensibly is to take down a Mexican cartel.
Yet another creepy, kooky, ooky teaser for a season of FX’s American Horror Story: Hotel. Remind me not to book a room there, ever!
American Horror Story: Hotel premieres on Wednesday, October 7th (10/9C). Check out the extreme teaser following the jump.
Marvel and Netflix sure like their sly teasers. The new one for Marvel’s Jessica Jones is Nightcap – the perfect end of a long day…
Check it out after the jump. Season one of Marvel’s Jessica Jones will premiere on Netflix on November 20th.
A new trailer, titled The Family Business, sets up more than a few chills as it hints at what lies ahead for Sam and Dean Winchester in season eleven of Supernatural (The CW, Wednesdays, 10/9C).
When even Rowena has to ask ‘What fresh Hell has Dean Winchester unleashed,’ you know things are getting dire. Check out the trailer following the jump.
Fans of the popular manga series One-Punch Man by writer ONE and artist Yusuke Murata will be able to watch the anime series adaptation, with English subtitles, on the same day as its premiere in Japan.
The series introduces Saitama, an everyman turned superhero who is so tough that his foes never last past the first punch. The series follows his quest to find someone to give him a real tussle – because winning every fight with just one punch is boring.
One-Punch Man premieres on VIZ.com and Hulu on Sunday, October 4th. For further details, follow the jump.