Cobra Kai Season 2: Martin Kove On Sensei Kreese's Epic Return

"The real story's only just begun." Those were the chilling final words spoken during the Cobra Kai Season 1 finale, as the disgraced former sensei of the Cobra Kai dojo, John Kreese (Martin Kove), made his first appearance on the series. It had been nearly three decades since Kreese had appeared on-screen in The Karate Kid Part III, but it was instantly clear that the vicious former mentor of Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) is as devious as ever.

Cobra Kai's Ralph Macchio On Daniel LaRusso's Season 2 Evolution, From Student To Sensei

It's a blisteringly cold December day in Atlanta, Georgia, and I find myself sitting outside, watching something truly special. While it will be portrayed on-screen as a sunny day in California's San Fernando Valley, the set of Cobra Kai Season 2 was anything but warm when I arrived to watch former Miyagi-Do student Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) become the sensei he likely never expected to be.

Gotham's "Trial Of Jim Gordon" Is "A Nice Way To Say Goodbye" For Show's Star

The next episode of Gotham, "The Trial of Jim Gordon," isn't the series finale of the Fox show. However, it is the final installment of the series that was filmed before production wrapped. In the episode, Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) is near death after being shot and finds himself hallucinating a trial to determine whether or not he deserves to live, taking a deep look at everything Gordon has done since Gotham's pilot, for better or worse.

Supernatural's Secret Weapon Is An Old Car, Even 300 Episodes Later

When Supernatural first premiered on The WB back in 2005--the same year YouTube came into existence--it was introduced as the story of two brothers, reunited and fighting the evil forces their family had been chasing for years. Now, 300 episodes later, Supernatural is still exactly that. While secondary characters have come and gone, it always comes back to the tale of Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) and his brother Dean (Jensen Ackles).

Future Man Season 2: 9 Things You Need To Know, Straight From The Cast and Producers

Get ready to head backā€¦ to the future. The second season of Future Man is almost here and the Hulu original series is somehow more bizarre and absurd than ever before. After seemingly saving the world at the end of Season 1, Josh Futturman (Josh Hutcherson), Tiger (Eliza Coupe), and Wolf (Derek Wilson) are headed forward in the timeline, only to realize something got very screwed up along the way.

Simon Pegg Says Amazon Prime's The Boys Adaptation is "Bittersweet"

While a release date has not been announced for Amazon Prime's upcoming adaptation of the Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson comic book The Boys, one actor appearing in the show is glad something that's been so important to him for over a decade is finally coming to life. Mission Impossible: Fallout star Simon Pegg has a long history with The Boys and it's one he's able to carry over to the adaptation.

The Flash 100: How "What's Past Is Prologue" Aims To Be More Than A Greatest Hits Episode

To celebrate 100 episodes, The Flash is doing something it's been very fond of over five seasons. Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) is going back in time--again--and will hopefully not screw up the timeline--again. In a trailer for the momentous episode, "What's Past is Prologue," it's revealed that Barry will be revisiting the biggest villains from the show's past, and he's not doing it alone. This time, his speedster daughter Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) is along for the ride.

The Flash 100: What's Next After That Insane Cliffhanger?

Making is to 100 episode of TV in the modern landscape is no easy feat. So many shows last only a season or two before meeting an untimely end. That's what makes The Flash's achievement so special and worthy of celebration. What you might not have expected, though, was an episode that also served as a game changer for not just this season, but the series as a whole. Warning: The following contains spoilers for The Flash's 100th episode, "What's Past is Prologue."

Batman: The Animated Series Blu-Ray Review: The Box Set We Deserve

What is there to say about Batman: The Animated Series that we haven't been repeating to ourselves and our friends over the last two decades? It's the cartoon that defined a generation of comic book fans and introduced us to the likes of Mark Hamill's Joker, a brand new character in Harley Quinn, and an animation style that fit its subject so perfectly that no live-action version of the Dark Knight could possibly compete.
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