Your first look at the Gilmore Girls revival is here, one month out from its release on Netflix.
If you're totally obsessed with Netflix's Stranger Things (like we are), and you're already counting down to Season 2, here's a little news to tide you over.
For those who grew up in the 80s, Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock was an after school ritual that saw us chowing down on snacks and dancing our cares away with Fraggles, Doozers, Gorgs and Doc and his dog Sprocket.
The move is being billed by US media as a major breakthrough for trans visibility in popular culture.
In news bound to make you feel old (apologies in advance) Saturday marks 25 years since the premiere of Tim Allen's iconic sitcom Home Improvement.
If you loved the black-humoured antics in the 1988 movie Heathers then you'll be over the moon to know a pilot for a TV series has been given the green light.
For kids who grew up in the eighties, watching the latest hit television show Stranger Things is akin to being transported right back to childhood.
Netflix has just announced a new eight-episode adaptation of the beloved story to be released in 2017.
The show has enlisted both FBI detectives and forensic experts who threaten to blow the lid on the 20-year-old unsolved murder.
Gilmore Girls' fans just got the best news they've had in a while - an official date to pencil in their diaries for the 2016 reboot.
United Kingdom's Channel 5 has removed an episode of Fireman Sam from its online streaming service, after the animated children's programme appeared to show a character treading on pages of the Koran.