The team behind the app tvtag recently held an online vote, asking users to help them decide which TV character they should send into space. It shouldn’t be a surprise that Heisenberg himself beat out the stars of The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones to receive the prestigious honor. Using what appears to be a weather balloon, the guys sent a bobble head of TV’s greatest anti-hero into the edges of space. The entire journey lasted six hours, and in the end, Walt White traveled more than 250 miles before crashing in the desert. You can see the surprisingly mesmerizing video below ... Discuss


Here’s the latest teaser for Fox’s upcoming series Gotham, that serves as a prequel to Batman lore. Along with the young Commissioner Gordon, the clip hints at the collection of young villains viewers are also in for this season including Catwoman, The Penguin, and possibly the Joker and Riddler ... Discuss


Late night legend Conan O’Brien is about to make a career-defining film debut. The comedy talk show host will guest star alongside a Sharktopus and a Pteracuda in Roger Corman SyFy film series about monstrous sea-dwelling half-breeds. In though the film doesn’t air until August, Team Coco has already created a “For Your Consideration” poster, in preparation for his inevitable Emmy/Oscar/BAFTA campaign for his work in the destined-to-become-a-classic, Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda ... Discuss


A Redditor was recently visiting Philadelphia’s historic Walnut Street Theater—first founded in 1809—and snapped this striking photo of a marble statue at the venue. Clearly, there is only one logical explanation: Ron Swanson is a time traveling hero, dispensing his self-reliant brand of wisdom and protein advocacy throughout the ages. Either that, or iconic local actor Edwin Forrest just happens to bear a resemblance to Nick Offerman. But, nah. It's probably the time travel thing ... Discuss


Comedy legend and sweater aficionado Bill Cosby may be returning to primetime. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Cosby “will star as the family patriarch and father to three married daughters with children” alongside possible co-star Mike O’Malley in the new NBC series. Two months back, in an interview with Yahoo, Cosby discussed his desire to make family values and morality more prominent in mainstream entertainment:

There is a viewership out there that wants to see comedy, and warmth, and love, and surprise, and cleverness, without going into the party attitude. They would like to see a married couple that acts like they love each other, warts and all, children who respect the parenting, and the comedy of people who make mistakes. Warmth and forgiveness.