In the final episode of the show, everyone gets to where they need to go. Hooray.
As the clock continues to count down, our only remaining question is: Why did they have to cancel this show?
Wandering around in a daze, tying up plotlines.
Plenty of making out, and one shady Simon.
Janis and the ladies in her life.
It’s March 15, 2010, the foreseen day of Demetri and Frost’s deaths.
We’re gunning for you guys to survive, really we are, but this episode makes it tough.
Shockers – including Seth MacFarlane as a random FBI agent.
Messages from childhood inform what’s to come when the show heads to Africa.
Aaron is not just a sensitive, recovering alcoholic, but also a badass ex-con.
This two-hour dive back into the post-blackout world should win back some skeptics.
Seven reasons to start watching tonight.
The gay male characters with more good looks than lines, from the forties through today.
Even in the alternative universe of ‘FlashForward’ you can’t get away from Christmas.
When in Japan, do as the Americans do.
A British invasion has finally arrived. Who’s stumbling on those long ‘a”s and soft ‘t”s?
Mark messes with the future, but he may just have messed it up.
Finally someone screws with the future. Plus: video!
Dylan and Charlie stage a creepfest, and Janis’s baby remains a ghost.
Baby-mama drama: The POTUS has something to hide — Janis no longer does.