The new series of hit Netflix show The Crown will suggest that Prince Philip repeatedly cheated on the Queen, according to reports.
The timing of Christopher Tolkien's retirement prompts speculation about Tolkein's future as a brand.
Great news for fans of churning, anxiety-inducing dystopia – 'The Handmaid's Tale' will return for a second season in April next year.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says the media giant plan to price its upcoming platform "substantially below" their largest rival.
The writers of 'The Simpsons' have proved to be rather prescient, predicting the future many times during the show's 20+ year lifespan.
Sadie Sink, a child actress on the new series of Netflix hit 'Stranger Things', 'freaked out' over the idea of an unscripted kiss in the show's latest episode.
Jodie Whitaker will be the 13th Doctor in 'Doctor Who', but there were many actors who nearly landed British television's most coveted role.
The producers of 'House of Cards' is investigating widespread claims of sexual harassment by Kevin Spacey on the set of the Netflix show.
One of the cutest moments from season 2 of the acclaimed Netflix show has inspired an equally cute Twitter account.
The Emmys will not be honouring Kevin Spacey with its Emmy Founders Award, it has said, following allegations that he sexually assaulted a child actor in 1986.
'House of Cards', Netflix' celebrated political drama, is to end after its sixth series, its producers have confirmed.
The British actor missed the premiere of 'Stranger Things 2' on Friday after being denied entry to the country from the Los Angeles International Airport.
The somewhat unexpected news of a ‘Bad Boys’ TV spin-off, centred not on Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s central cop duo but Gabrielle Union’s character from ‘Bad Boys II,’ is just the latest of a seemingly endless list of big screen properties repurposed for the small screen in recent years. Later this month, Netflix will host Spike Lee’s ‘She’s Gotta Have It,’ a serialised, modern day reworking of the director’s 1986 feature debut. In production now is ‘Cobra Kai,’ a comedic but canonical sequel to the ‘Karate Kid’ movies reuniting actors Ralph Macchio and William Zabka. The list goes on. However, TV spin-offs of movies don’t necessarily have the best track record. While on rare occasions – most notably ‘MASH’ and ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ – the small screen offshoot has managed to overtake the source material in the popular consciousness, there are many more instances when they’re almost instantly forgotten: remember the TV shows of ‘Blade,’ ‘Total Recall’ or ‘Minority Report?’ Anyone? That being said, now and then these TV takes on well-loved movies surprise everyone by proving to be entirely watchable, and in some cases genuinely great pieces of work in their own right. These twelve shows are among the ones that surprised us the most. Read More: Why modern TV is better than film UK Netflix has half the content of the US Why adult TV cartoons should be taken seriously