Guestblogger Craig Engler from Syfy says farewell to the BoingBoing readers.
An awesome PSA against Cable and Pay TV from the 1970s.
Infographic shows how high Virgin Galactic's SpaceShip Two will actually fly.
How Cable TV started in the U.S. back in 1948.
Explaining 12 things TV networks do that seem crazy.
YouTube video turns Total Recall into a musical.
A look at canceling a TV show from the network's point of view.
While taking a break from rehearsing for Waiting for Godot, Sir Ian McKellan was still wearing his tramp costume when a kindly passer by mistook him for down on his luck and gave him a dollar.
Pay TV grew by 3% in the U.S. from 2008-2009 despite the idea that "cord cutting" is costing the TV industry viewers.
When viewers have different opinions about what should and shouldn't be on a TV network, who should the network listen to?
Neil Gaiman justifies his $45,000 speaking fee in this awesome FAQ.
A dozen things besides ratings that networks look at when they decide to pick up a TV show.
Leonard Nimoy shared a picture of his mother on his Twitter feed today in honor of Mother's Day.
Handmade wallpaper features unsung female scientists from the Victorian era.
See the Star Wars trilogy retold in 2 minutes, 13 seconds using LEGOs.
A Dune fan is trying to replace and update all the outdated special effects in David Lynch's Dune.
Seven things people think are true about TV and the Internet that really aren't true.