What's the best way to get started with TV's favorite time traveler? Let Fan Service give you a hand.
Need help separating the Arrowverse and Nolanverse from your precious Suicide Squad? Let us do you a Fan Service by demystifying DC's Extended Universe.
The misleadingly titled "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus" comes out today — it's actually the latest in a story you can trace back to 1992. Let us do you a Fan Service by walking through the history of "Wolfenstein" and the companies that have worked on it.
Today is Jason Voorhees' special day. Try to overcome your triskaidekaphobia and learn about the "Friday the 13th" movies with us, won't you?
"Star Trek" has finally returned to the small screen with the new show "Discovery." Anybody looking to play catch-up with over fifty years of "Trek" should keep this guide close to their phaser and tricorder.
"Metroid: Samus Returns" just came out for the Nintendo 3DS — the first proper "Metroid" title in over a decade. What better time to dip a toe into the genre that "Metroid" and "Castlevania" inspired?
Last night, "Twin Peaks: The Return" finished its run on Showtime, providing an ending for a TV show canceled over 25 years ago. This watch order will help you get the most out of the original series and its stunning comeback.
J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth lore can seem intimidating, but with a simplified order and some biographical background, reading along should go from seeming like a climb up Mount Doom to a stroll in The Shire.
You're going to need some guidance if you want to explore Stephen King's sprawling fantasy series — it's a little more complicated than reading every book with "Dark Tower" in the title. Let us do you a fan service by giving you our recommendation.
Want to know the difference between The Defenders and The Avengers? Confused as to who the heck is playing Spider-Man these days? Let us do you a Fan Service by demystifying Marvel's Cinematic Universe.
The main "Harry Potter" books may have wrapped up a decade ago, but J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World is still chugging along. Want to know what you should read and watch? Let us do you a fan service by giving you our recommendation.