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The team is kinda famous, evil souls are on the loose in Legends’ wild season premiere

Spoilers ahead for “Meet the Legends,” the latest episode of The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow, which aired Tuesday, January 21, 2020.

The future is not the one we know in Arrow’s backdoor pilot for a 2040 spinoff

Spoilers ahead for “Green Arrow & the Canaries,” the latest episode of The CW’s Arrow, which aired Tuesday, January 21, 2020.

Project Blue Book podcast 2.1: Aidan Gillen and Michael Malarkey give intel on 'The Roswell Incident - Part I'

Yes, it's that Roswell, the New Mexico town that claimed a UFO crashed in the surrounding area in 1947. The ensuing chatter turned the immediate region into the epicenter for all things UFO and aliens.

J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot reportedly developing Justice League Dark universe for film and TV

As part of its brand new $500 million mega-deal with Warner Media, J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot is developing a Justice League Dark universe that will see the DC Comics series adapted for film and television franchises. According to Deadline, the production company is indeed in the very early stages of brainstorming various ideas with Warner Bros., though it's not known what stories or combinations of JLD characters were being considered.

Netflix says The Witcher just became most-binged debut, but perhaps an asterisk's in order

Watching Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri slowly circle the show’s Möbius strip of a timeline has been a favorite binge for millions of viewers; possibly more than for any other Netflix series ever. The service says that, by its own internal count, 76 million subscribers checked out The Witcher during its first four weeks on the platform. It’s a higher number than for any other show Netflix shared information about in today’s fourth-quarter earnings news, as reported by both The Hollywood Reporter and Variety

Giancarlo Esposito teases Moff Gideon's dark plans for Baby Yoda in The Mandalorian

Speaking to IGN about the second season of the hit Star Wars series, Esposito was understandably tight-lipped about what exactly Moff Gideon will do next, now that he's broken free of his crashed TIE Fighter with the Darksaber in hand — but he did offer a few hints. 

WIRE Buzz: Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. rounds out cast; Netflix catches latest Pokémon movie; more

According to Deadline, Sam Richardson (Veep), Wendi McLendon-Covey (The Goldbergs), Ben Schwartz (House of Lies), and Aimee Garcia (Lucifer) have joined the cast of the animated supervillain family sitcom, as well as Melissa Fumero (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Beck Bennet (Saturday Night Live), and Jon Daly (The Kroll Show).

Building a better utopia, from Star Trek to Wonder Woman

George Orwell's 1984 was the first dystopian novel to become famous, and then Lois Lowry popularized the conceit in young adult fiction with her book The Giver. With hits like The Hunger Games, Watchmen, and The Handmaid's Tale taking over both the box office and the small screen in recent years, it's clear dystopias aren't going anywhere.

Theme Park News: Can you Jedi mind-trick the line for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance?

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Exclusive: Sarah Kuhn reveals what's next for her superhero series with Haunted Heroine

We were also psyched to have the chance to chat with Kuhn personally about Haunted Heroine, what's in store for some of our favorite characters, and how she drew inspiration from those classic Baby-Sitters Club Super Mystery Series so many of us grew up loving to give her latest book a slightly spookier twist. Plus, we've got the first official look at the cover below!

Inhuman evil invades the Hyborian Age in Dynamite's Red Sonja: Age of Chaos #1

Now a rowdy new She-Devil With a Sword miniseries titled Red Sonja: Age of Chaos arrives on Jan. 22, written by Erik Burnham (Red Sonja, Ghostbusters: Year One) and featuring provocative pencils by artist Jonathan Lau (Green Hornet, The Bionic Man). It's destined to please hardcore fantasy fans with a combustible crossover injected with heart and heroism — and SYFY WIRE has a special advance preview to share with her army of acolytes.

Bond producer reveals how they talked Craig into returning, still 'in denial' about replacing him

In 2015, back when the release of Spectre was ramping up, Craig seemed openly exhausted at the very idea of returning for another Bond film, and famously said he'd rather "slash [his] wrists" than think about doing another physically taxing James Bond shoot. Craig later walked back those comments, explaining that they really were due to the sheer exhaustion he'd felt after the Spectre shoot, which included arthroscopic surgery on his knee after an injury during a fight scene.