Because we’re all so sensitive these days: SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t watched some TV shows like Breaking Bad or The Wire or Lost or Sons of Anarchy or Friends, watch out, because you’ll see what the first frame was in the series premiere and what the last frame was in the series finale. If you have seen the shows…
If you haven't watched True Detective yet, first, what the heck is wrong with you. And second, you should probably stay away from this absolutely fantastic video, Landscapes from Louisiana by Jaume R. Lloret, that stitches together the general shots from this most excellent TV show. For everyone else, go ahead.
I'm glad the History Channel is producing mockumentaries like The Great Martian War. The real documentaries are not much different and science-fiction alternative history lines are always more interesting than our savage and grim historical realities. It's also very well made.
You can summarize io9's list of things you must never do when watching TV to one simple rule: shut up and watch the bloody movie or leave. However, let's get specific because you really don't want to be a douchebag and be hated by everyone, right?
This new Game of Thrones scene was recently filmed in Ballintoy Harbor, Ireland. Who the hell is getting burned here?
Walter White, Michael Corleone, Hannibal Lecter... terrible people with no morals, capable of the worst things. And yet, most people root for them. Writers use some clever tricks to make audiences love the bad guys. Here are ten that never fail.
io9's Charlie Jane Anders says that Toy Story of Terror—Pixar's first ever TV special—is so good that she watched it two times in a row. It "lives up to the Toy Story legacy." It's airing on Wednesday at 8pm on ABC.
From the real Pollos Hermanos to the A1A Car wash—if you are a fan of Breaking Bad you can't miss this great road trip going through all the iconic locations in New Mexico.
Kevin Spacey and the rest of the House of Cards team didn't get the Emmy for the best drama series they deserved, but who cares. It's just as good now as it was before. Here are the highlights from the ceremony by Defamer, Gawker and Jezebel.
The X-Files was one of the most successful television series in history. According to io9, Sleepy Hollow follows a similar formula and its pilot was so good that it has potential to become another huge success.
Die hard fans of the fantasy drama Game of Thrones—one of the most popular TV series of all time—will have a methadone shot today at 10PM in the Sundance channel: the shows' writers will be interviewed in The Writers Room.
Watch Kevin Spacey smashing the traditional movies and TV industry models in this convincing speech. Spacey believes in a new model where stories are delivered in bulk—like his House of Cards Netflix series—and the audience decides how and when to watch.
One of the first What the hell is going on? *vomit* moments of Game of Thrones is when Ed Stark has to kill her daughter's puppy direwolf by order of the evil Queen. In real life, however, Lady got to live a happy life with the actress who plays Sansa Stark.
Fear not, they are not swapping Peter Dinklage for Warwick Davis in the role of Tyrion Lannister (thankfully, as he's the best of the series!) This one belongs to the house Baratheon.
Every year is the same thing: new TV series and new seasons of the old ones. io9 has a complete guide to all the fantasy and sci-fi series that may fill the void between the last season of Breaking Bad and the new season of Game of Thrones.
Fans of British sci-fi series Dr. Who will ooohaaah endlessly at this amazing easter egg in Google Streetview. Put your Chrome in incognito mode and follow these instructions to get from the real world Police Box at Earl's Court tube station into the TARDIS, the Timelord's spacetime craft.
The best Star Trek episode never filmed was created by Vince Gilligan, who put it in the mouth of Badger—one of the meth heads in Breaking Bad. The brilliant monologue appeared yesterday, during the first episode of the final run of the series. Never an ending had a better beginning. Here it is, animated.
At $250, this special Lego Breaking Bad set is only for die hard collectors. It's not official—Lego doesn't sanction violence or drugs, naturally—but I don't care: it looks great. The only drawback: it doesn't have a Jesse minifig (but has Walter, Gus and Mike.)
Nothing is left to chance in Breaking Bad, one of the most popular series in TV history that is beginning its final run this Sunday. Not even the protagonists' cars, which reveal many things about them. Jalopnik talked with Dennis Milliken, the guy who picks the car models for the series.
After weeks of anxious fan speculation, the secret has been revealed: the actor who will play the 12th Doctor Who in the cult sci-fi British TV series is Peter Capaldi. io9 readers point out that, ironically, Capaldi played a World Health Organization doctor in Brad Pitt's World War Z.