With Edge of Tomorrow carrying on a trend begun with Groundhog Day, SPINOFF looks back at films and TV shows where characters keep repeating their actions.
Nothing was off limits when Star Trek‘s John de Lancie thrilled a packed house at Emerald City Comicon about stripping down on the U.S.S Enterprise, producing a Brony documentary and more.
The game is afoot as Brian Cronin investigates whether Star Trek: The Next Generation used Sherlock Holmes characters without authorization.
This week Brian Cronin beams down to explore whether there’s any truth to the rumor that actress Denise Crosby was fired from Star Trek: The Next Generation after posing nude in Playboy.
This week Brian Cronin boldly goes back to the 1980s to discover whether an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation wasn’t produced because it featured two gay Enterprise crew members
In the first installment of Spinoff Online’s “Blu-ray Collector,” Todd Gilchrist assesses such new releases as Star Trek Into Darkness, Star Trek: Stardate Collection and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Complete Season 8.
In an exclusive clip from the Trek Nation Special Edition DVD, which goes on sale Tuesday, fan-favorite actor Wil Wheaton reminisces about meet Gene Roddenberry during a disastrous audition for Star Trek: The Next Generation.
With the increasing popularity of dramas like Game of Thrones, Mad Men and The Walking Dead, self-contained episodes are becoming a thing of the past as networks, and viewers, embrace sprawling multi-season plots.
Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert offers four suggestions for how to get your friends, co-workers and loved ones to watch your favorite television shows (or read your favorite comics) without driving them crazy.
President Obama’s recent “Jedi mind meld” flub, and his humorous attempt to correct it, reminds us that from the White House to the Pentagon to Buckingham Palace, nerds hold the seats of power and influence.