The actor explains how his turn as Logan on HBO's "Westworld" helped prepare him to make bolder choices in Netflix's "The Punisher."
The HBO show's official Twitter and Facebook feeds will tease the sign-up desk's location at the convention every morning through Oct. 8.
Having added Kingdom 's Jonathan Tucker and Absentia's Neil Jackson for Season 2 yesterday and snagged a place as the drama with the most Emmy nominations this year with 22 overall, Westworld rolled into SDCC with a lot of intensity – almost none of which it directly flexed Hall H with what was a rollicking panel and a surprise look at Season 2. At the very end of the panel, there was a brief look at the upcoming season of the HBO show with footage of a blood stained self…
If you want to dissect fan theories about HBO's 'Westworld,' Louis Herthum, who plays Peter Abernathy, is definitely your guy.
'Westworld' star Thandie Newton revisits some of Maeve's biggest moments from Season 1 — and looks ahead to Season 2.
There’s a Funko Pop! figure for almost every pop culture character you can think of, and the list keeps getting longer. TV fans can be particularly passionate about their Funko collections (See: Our desperate quest for a Funko Joey from the Friends collection), and 2017 will bring them at least 37 more figures to obsess over, from shows as varied as The 100, Parks & Recreation, and Alias. Click through to see the Funko TV friends coming your way this year.
Leading up to the 20th anniversary of the March 10, 1997, premiere of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Yahoo TV is celebrating “Why Genre Shows Matter” and the history of how these shows have tackled universal themes (such as how much high school sucks) and broader social issues. “Name a current show you think is tackling an issue well” — that’s another question we posed to more than 30 executive producers of current sci-fi/fantasy series who agreed to take part in our Why Genre Shows Matter survey over the last month, either by email or phone. I’m obsessed with Black Mirror.
TV viewers with hearing problems use closed captioning all the time, of course. But have a conversation with those who don’t medically require the aid, and you might be surprised to discover they still employ it — at least while watching certain shows.
The 2017 Golden Globes television nominees include a litany of small-screen veterans, some of which have been at it since they were fresh-faced kids. Winona Ryder made her debut at 15 years old in the film Lucas, and 32 years later, she hopes to bring home the Globe for Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama for playing bereaved mother Joyce Byers in Netflix’s Stranger Things. Christian Slater has brought home a second nomination for his supporting role in Mr. Robot.
It was another great, crowded year for TV. If you were to ask us to choose the 20 episodes everyone should have watched, here are our picks. Use your holiday vacation wisely, friends.
There were a few eyebrow-raisers. Nick Nolte nominated for Graves? Raise your hand if you’ve watched this Epix show. Raise your hand higher if you’ve heard of Graves. And Billy Bob Thornton for Goliath? Quick: Tell me where that airs, and what it’s about. (Answers: Amazon Prime, and he’s a lawyer.)
It’s time for the Yahooies, Yahoo TV’s second annual reader-voted awards honoring the best — and sometimes worst — of 2016. Each day through Dec. 16, we will announce the nominees for one category, with an accompanying poll. The winners will be crowned on Monday, Dec. 19.
(Credit: Netflix/FX/NBC/HBO) It’s time for the Yahooies, Yahoo TV’s second annual reader-voted awards honoring the best — and sometimes worst — of 2016. Each day through Dec. 16, we will announce the nominees for one category, with an accompanying poll. The winners will be crowned Monday, Dec. 19. The nominees for 2016’s Best New Ensemble Cast are… (Credit: Netflix) The Crown Heavy is the head that wears the Crown, but luckily the luminescent Claire Foy is more than capable of holding her head up high.
I let the season finale of Westworld wash over me and became almost blissful in my cheerful confusion. By the time I tuned in on Sunday night to watch the episode titled “The Bicameral Mind,” I’d read so many fan theories — William is the Man in Black, Dolores is Wyatt were the least of them — that I felt as though whatever the show threw at me, I was either going to think, Oh, so the fans were right, or (more often) … huh? WARNING: A FEW SPOILERS AHEAD FOR THE SEASON FINALE OF WESTWORLD.
Sunday’s "Westworld" season finale turned the park upside down. As we learned previously, there are multiple storylines, from different time periods, happening at once. This made for some surprising revelations.
On Sunday’s "Westworld," Bernard had an encounter with Maeve that sent his robo-mind spinning. So he forced Ford to access all of his memories so he could meet the maker of all the hosts, Arnold.
On Westworld, many assumed that one or more of the humans might actually be hosts, and those assumptions came true in Sunday’s episode, “Trompe l’Oeil.”
In Sunday’s "Westworld," Maeve continued to make headway into the deep inner workings of the Westworld lab. She intentionally had herself killed to meet Felix.
On Sunday’s Westworld, Dr. Ford continued his suspicion that his former partner Arnold was responsible for the hosts’ deviation from their loops. He questioned Dolores, who said the last thing Arnold told her was that “I was going to help him … to destroy this place.”
Westworld had its first realization for one of the hosts that they may be playthings in a larger world. Maeve had flashbacks in which she was shot by a visitor.