And Betrayal is dead on arrival.
Sorry, Revenge. Things just weren't working out.
First Declan, now this!
But not Mad Men.
"If I'm gonna write songs about my exes they can write songs about me."
For those of us who had doubts about season two of Revenge, the winter finale did a lot to assuage those concerns.
This is the series at its best: dark, complex, and soapy.
Uh oh, Justin.
As Revenge’s disparate story lines come to a head, is it too much to hope for a louder boom?
The best way to appreciate Revenge might be to accept it for the show we want it to be, not the show it is.
We still have a ways to go in terms of getting back to the heights of season one, but “Forgiveness” took steps in that direction.
This episode had all the guilt, none of the pleasure.
Plus: Christina Aguilera doesn't like underwear, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
The same red dress appeared on both shows last night. Coincidence?!
It's down and up again for Victoria Grayson.
“For those who believe in resurrection, death is inconsequential.”
But how 'bout those Simpsons!
Also, the Clam Cam.
Is Bob's Burgers going to break out this season or what?
We're inching that much closer to the show's September 30 return.
As Emily/Amanda's mother.
If you like The Good Wife, you'll love Awkward. Really.
The man behind Revenge takes our TV questionnaire.
"I'm not mad at him, I'm mad at Montauk."