The very bloody "Berlin: Conclusion" left lot of questions unanswered, but provided key insights on the most important one of all.
Hour three kept the story moving and found some time to more clearly introduce a few characters, but it also brought back that familiar feeling of people just running around chasing one another until something more interesting comes to pass.
NBC's extended remake of the classic film is bloated and fails to provide any real reason for why it should exist.
With "Son of Man," The Tomorrow People went full Matrix.
Lizzie uncovered the "truth" about the Blacklist, and it wasn't particularly surprising.
24's return was exactly what you might've expected, and that's a very good thing.
Liz learned some more stuff this week, but Red still holds all the cards.
Here's what worked and what didn't work about the lovable Brit's first outing as the host of his own late-night show.
Liz finally—FINALLY—confronted Tom, and things quickly got physical.
Everyone's breaking up on Fox sitcoms. Is there a good or bad way to do it?
House of Cards' second season ended almost exactly as expected. But maybe that's okay?