The live rounds are finally here. And there are training montages.
Nothing much seems to matter in HIMYM's love triangle.
Last night was payoff for four straight episodes that offered little besides characterization and atmosphere.
Or a pit. It's one of them.
Goodbye, sweet little gnome.
A half great–half bad episode.
Both helped him stay on the right side of funny.
IFC’s Maron is going to be one of those shows that gets called "unique" a lot in its early weeks.
We're just super stoked to get a Glee where no one’s getting shot at or molested.
Down to three. Finally. Finally, finally, finally.
Mellie and Liv owned this episode.
Last night was a turning point on The Vampire Diaries for Elena.
Last night's prequel episode reminded viewers of what has made the show so engaging in the past.
Andy goes all in, and then also goes on the car. Dwight has a good day.
Our favorite fake FBI agent is back.
Harry Connick Jr. was last night's real winner.
Have we never discussed how exactly Jay became filthy rich from owning a closet business?
A night full of misdirection capped by sweet release.
Last night's finale brings down the curtain on maybe the best freshman outing since season one of Homeland.
Gavin DeGraw proves one contestant's downfall.
Danny’s mythical ex, Christina, has arrived, and she is Chloë Sevigny.
Last night's episode pushed the Nick-Jess plot forward by looking backwards at everyone’s embarrassing first sexual encounters.
We can't close out a season without Hardy being late one last time!
The knockout rounds have finally commenced.
"How does it feel to be the First Lady of Illinois?"