THE WALKING DEAD
First up, a sneak peek and clip of the next episode of "The Walking Dead," "When the Dead Come Knocking."
Comic Book Movie spoke with actor Dallas Roberts about his role as The Governor's right-hand man, Milton, and what his character's experiments on the undead are all about.
"I think ideally reversal would be the ultimate goal," Roberts told Comic Book Movie. "Milton is on his back foot certainly, there is a limited amount of electricity and he certainly doesn’t have all of the state of the art medical equipment that you would need, but he is making his way toward that idea and at this point he is just trying to gather information and study the undead and see what he can learn about them. Sort of the same way a biologist would study a new species. He is in the information gathering stage at this point."
Airs Sundays on AMC
The CW has released many new images from "Arrow" of Jessica de Gouw as The Huntress, which gives a much better idea of what the show is trying to accomplish in terms of look.
Airs Wednesdays on the CW
GAME OF THRONES
The very first teaser for "Game of Thrones" season three is here! It's only 15 seconds long, but it's better than nothing.
Premieres March 31, 2013 on HBO
More videos for Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" -- Warner Bros. has released the film's latest 30 second TV spot.
Opens December 14
STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS
While on the red carpet for the premiere of "Rise of the Guardians," "Star Trek Into Darkness" star Chris Pine spoke with Red Carpet News about his role as James T. Kirk.
"Kirk is fun because he is a brash, cocky, bull-headed kind of guy," Pine told Red Carpet News. "I think the journey he goes on in this new film is a lot about – the first one was about getting the chair and the second one is about earning it. And I think that is a big part of his journey."
While waiting for the Christmas special of "Doctor Who" that introduces Jenna-Louise Coleman as new companion Clara, check out this first trailer and mini-prequel to the status of the Doctor post-Amy and Rory.
Christmas special airs December 25 on BBC America.
HAWKEYE TAKES SNL
Jeremy Renner was the most recent host on "Saturday Night Live" and participated in a brief parody of "The Avengers." Take a look.