With the new year and the new glut of television upon us, there's plenty to discuss.
WELCOME TO THE RES
This week, Banshee threw some gasoline on the bubbling Amish-Native American tensions, and Hood met his "son."
HOUSE, BUT WITH A LAWYER
Fox's Rake isn't especially original, but hey, Greg Kinnear!
Fox's long gestating Rake is finally here, but is it worth your time?
WHAT WOULD YOU DO FOR A GOLD BAR?
As a first scripted effort from Discovery, Klondike is generally impressive enough, but amidst the rest of January's overcrowded TV schedule, it doesn't stand out.
CHEKHOV'S BLOODY COW PARTS
After a mostly successful yet generally different season premiere, "The Thunder Man" was a good transition back to more familiar Banshee rhythms.
BACK ON THE JOB
"Little Fish" was quieter than most Banshee episodes, with a focus on cleaning up the messes made last year and setting the table for later, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
ABC's new miniseries The Assets isn't as good as FX's The Americans, but it's not terrible, either. Cool?
Nikita said goodbye with one last Nikita-Alex rogue mission.
AS THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE...
In celebration of Smith's last hour as the Eleventh Doctor, we've compiled our picks for his 11 best episodes.