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This week, learn how "Family Guy" made it to the air, and just how close it came to being part of another Fox show!
Art shows off Gal Gadot's full Amazon suit; Cara Delevingne says "Suicide Squad" is the "best thing in the world" and more.
Fox's revival of "The X-Files" is already an emotional process for co-lead David Duchovny, who says the new material is "fantastic."
The "Supergirl" pilot has amassed 120,000 downloads; James Gunn expresses desire to have at least two women on the Guardians and more.
Director Matt Reeves, who helmed "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," unveiled the sequel title and explained his reasoning for the last film’s conclusion.
The veteran voice actor has left the animated series after 26 seasons due to a contract dispute. Producers say his many character will continue to appear.
ABC head discusses the possibility of spinning off Morse and Hunter; the AMC series will shoot in Albuquerque this summer and more.
The "Arrow" EP reveals he has an "exciting" idea for Constantine; Deadpool sees action in a pair of new set photos and more.
Jerry Bruckheimer, Geoff Johns and Len Wiseman explain how the Lord of Hell ends up in Los Angeles for the Vertigo adaptation.
The show, which will act as a sequel to the 2002 film, follows a formerly police owned precog named Will Blake who tries to stop murders before they happen.
In the first trailer for Fox's "Lucifer," the Devil meets a young cop who may just give him a run for his money.
From devil-worshipping teachers to Eugene Tooms, revisit some of Mulder and Scully's most frightening cases before they return to Fox in 2016.
Will Smith carries Margot Robbie in new set photo; "Constantine" EP tweets guest spot offer to William Shatner and more.
Fox has has released its 2015-16 schedule, which gives the “X-Files” a prime premiere spot, right after the NFC Championship Game.
The network's adaptation of the long-running Vertigo comic will make its debut next year with a midseason launch.
The continuation of the Stephen Spielberg/Tom Cruise vehicle gets a season order to anchor the network's new fall slate.
Based on the DC/Vertigo series, the drama finds the one-time King of Hell relieving boredom by helping the LAPD punish criminals.
The Suicide Squad takes action in fiery new photos; Wonder Woman brandishes her sword in new "Batman v Superman" art and more.
The "X-Men" star, who has played Wolverine for 15 years, said that "Wolverine 3" will be the last time he reprises the character.
More potential promo art from "Captain America: Civil War" has emerged; Jeremy Renner talks "Ultron" on "Conan" and more.
The actors behind Jim Gordon and Bruce Wayne, the once and future defenders of Gotham City, sound off on the Season 1 finale's big reveals.
Despite loads of violence and a smattering of "shocking" moments, the end of "Gotham" falls flat with endlessly predictable outcomes.
"The Simpsons" will continue its unprecedented run on Fox, stretching at least to 2017 and hitting 625 episodes.
Ben McKenzie and David Mazouz discuss Season One with CBR, how Gordon and the future Batman's relationship has grown and how much further it has to go.
"Mentalist" alum Drew Powell discusses forging Butch Gilzean's violence-laden path and Gotham's deadly mob wars.
The trailer urges viewers to not miss the final five minutes of the episode, as they will "unleash destiny."
New art shows off the "Batman v Superman" air vehicle; a heavily covered up Ben Affleck was spotted in Toronto and more.
"The Guardians of the Galaxy" director shared a story about his first experiences in Hollywood, including the time he wrote a "Silver Surfer" film treatment.
Each member of the Fantastic Four gets their own chance to shine in Fox's new individual character poster series.
M. Night Shyamalan and Matt Dillon shared the pilot episode and answered questions about what mysteries the Fox series holds.
"Kingsman: The Secret Service," based on Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons' comic of the same name, earned over $400 million at the global box office.
Set in ancient Egypt, the 80s and beyond, "X-Men: Apocalypse" will be "a big monster of a movie," according to director Bryan Singer.
Simon Kinberg gives a firm description of Mr. Fantastic's powers; Hulk and Hulkbuster bro out in new "Age of Ultron" still and more.
In a handful of photos that have surfaced online, Cylcops, Jean, Jubilee and Nightcrawler appear on the "X-Men: Apocalypse" set.
Director Bryan Singer teleports in with the first glimpse the "Let Me In" star as Kurt Wagner in the upcoming "X-Men" sequel.
A new promo for Fox's forthcoming superhero flick provides descriptions that hint at a few differences in this new version of the FF.
John Stephens revealed that DC Comics has given the show the creative leeway to bump off characters the audience would never expect could die.
There are two episodes of "Gotham" season one left, and a new trailer looks back while teasing what's to come -- including, it seems, the Batcave.
Oliver Queen will return to Central City in "Rogue Air"; Oscar Isaac teases how Apocalypse gathers his forces and more.
Jada Pinkett-Smith's character sports an all-new, punk-inspired look as Fish prepares for the events of "Gotham's" final Season One episodes.