All rise, Night Court is officially back in session as the sequel to the 1980’s comedy gets a series order from NBC.
It’s time to play the music, It’s time to light the lights, It’s time to meet the Muppets on the Muppet Show tonight as the most sensational inspirational celebrational Muppetational show is coming to streaming.
CBS All Access announced a new series based on the years Captain Christopher Pike was at the helm of the U.S.S. Enterprise.
We celebrate Jerry Stiller’s life by sharing our five favorite episodes of Seinfeld and his character of Frank Costanza.
If you are a fan of the old Looney Tunes animated shorts then you’re in for a treat when HBO Max streaming service launches in late May.
Burt Ward best known for his role as Dick Grayson/Robin on the 1966 Batman television show recently revealed that ABC had him take pills to reduce his… genitalia. Yes you read that right.
For the first time since Marvel announced there Disney Plus animated series What If…? we are able to get a first look at some of the stories Marvel has been working on.
Five new character posters have been released for the upcoming Disney Plus series The Mandalorian, now just over two weeks from it’s premier.
With Disney Plus being less then a month from launching, plenty of Star Wars content from movies to series will be available, but not all at once.
Actor Aron Eisenberg who played the Ferengi Nog on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine has sadly passed away at the age of 50.
Disney and Lucasfilm have released the first trailer for The Mandalorian, the live-action Star Wars television show created by Jon Favreau.
We’ve known since March that Jon Favreau would be writing and producing a live action Star Wars TV series and on Wednesday, Favreau revealed the series title and synopsis.
What happens when The Tonight Show has the cast of Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War sing their own version of an iconic television theme song that was once written by Sherwood Schwartz?
Netflix has released its first full trailer for there Lost In Space reboot, giving us a better look at the anticipated new sci-fi series.
“What We Left Behind” is a documentary looking back at the series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and recently Ira Steven Behr talked about its progress and when it might be seen.
The last three seasons of Seinfeld have some of the most iconic sequences of the entire series. Let’s relive them and mourn the death of the greatest comedy show in the history of television.
Are you a Superman fan? Did you enjoy the Krypton scenes at the beginning of the Man of Steel movie? A new television series on the SYFY network wants to take you back to the eventual doomed planet.
Season four introduced us to one of my favorite characters while season five gave us one of the best scenes of the series and in season six the show with all its absurdism and nonsense truly made Seinfeld the show… Read More ›
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Reggie’s Take began over six and a half years ago and I’m pleased to welcome a new contributor to my website, who will be bringing his own Take to movies, television and more.
Saturday at Comic-Con wasn’t just for superhero movies, we also got the newest trailer for CBS’s Star Trek: Discovery that looks to be confused which timeline its in.
Peter Capaldi announced back in January of this year that he would no longer play the Doctor and its been rumored for sometime who might be handed the keys to the Tardis and now we know.
Amazon on Wednesday released the first official trailer for the premier of The Tick, based on the character created by Ben Edlund.
CBS after several delays has finally announced when the newest Star Trek series will premier with an interesting schedule.
Adam West, best known for his portrayal of Batman in the campy 1960’s television show and later Mayor of a fictional town passed away at the age of 88.
Star Trek is returning to television this fall for the first time since 2005, but it has not been an easy road getting there and Alex Kurtzman sheds some light on the shows progress.
The first live-action trailer for the new Star Trek series debuted on Wednesday that will no doubt cause some spirited debate among Star Trek fans.