Wiccan sisters Piper, Paige and Phoebe are back for a 10th season — as comic book characters.
Like many nerd-favourite TV shows, Charmed continued its post-cancellation canon in comic-book form with Season 9 in 2010.
Zenescope Entertainment announced this week that it will be publishing a new arc, Season 10, which will debut at New York Comic Con on Oct. 9.
Zenescope editor-in-chief Ralph Tedesco explains:
“Charmed fans are an extremely rabid and loyal group. They write us all the time, asking about Season 10 since it’s been almost two years since the last issue was released. We’re happy to let them all know that it’s been worth the wait — we’re coming back with a brand new arc and a ton of surprises that we feel will absolutely satisfy hardcore Charmed fans, while also appealing to new readers.”
The Disney Channel has posted the very first preview of Girl Meets World, the Boy Meets World spinoff in which Corey and Topanga raise a family of their own.
Almost immediately it attempts to acknowledge its roots while differentiating itself from its beloved predecessor.
“How long to do I have to live in my father’s world?” asks Rowand Blanchard as the titular “Girl” Riley.
“Until you make it your own,” says Ben Savage, reprising his iconic role as Corey Matthews.
h/t The Mary Sue
Maisie Williams, Gwendoline Christie and Kristian Nairn explain why their Game of Thrones characters deserve to sit on the Iron Throne.
Maisie Williams: Arya Stark stands for justice and honor!
Gwendoline Christie: Brienne of Tarth would respect the taxpayer!
Kristian Nairn: Hodor is a super nice guy!
h/t The Mary Sue
When you play the game of thrones, ewe win or ewe die.
Comedian W. Kamau Bell, host of the dearly-departed FX series Totally Bias, has penned a scathing blog post after he “got played for a sucker” on Real Time With Bill Maher.