Julie Klausner returns for a new season, and a lot has happened since we last left these demure swans.
And so begins this season's live show portion.
"The Sin Eater" was a big, fat, satisfying origin story.
Is more of the Mother enough to end this show's final-season cold streak?
This week’s episode had to be a step down from last week's. It had to be.
It’s a B-story-packed episode of Boardwalk Empire, in which we connect with old friends.
Right from the beginning, it was clear this episode was going to be rough.
Dr. Freud’s been lurking in the shadows all season, and last night he finally got his due.
It's the first episode of the season and we're already riveted.
Homeland sure loves its what the hell moments.
Rick and Carol set out on their own side trip.
Kerry Washington's hosting gig came at both the most opportune and most awkward time.
Very little happens in this episode, but the small character revelations feel triumphant.
We really only need one word today: Katherine.
That Kristina Braverman debate was satisfying on multiple levels.
We learned some interesting information about Fitz's past last night.
With advice on who should be in future soft-lit sex scenes.
Happy Halloween, Fiona.
This episode takes the time to raise the question of whether the “going legit” angle is actually feasible.
One face off last night was so boring, we got up and made some coffee.
Did last night's episode make anyone wonder if Tisha Campbell swung on Martin in the nineties?
On this week's episode, Supernatural went to the land of Oz. Like Wizard of Oz Oz.
So often, when contestants on The Voice pick their own songs, they can't actually sing them.
When the wedding-weekend concept was first announced, we wondered how HIMYM would handle holiday episodes.
In this episode, Hyde Kenny comes out in full-force.