OUCH. SO MUCH OUCH.
Banshee wrapped up its short "missing kid" arc with a whole lotta violence. Surprise!
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.
Nikita became an American hero, but lost one of her best friends in the process.
HEART'S ALL GONE
Dorian encountered another DRN model and Almost Human introduced us to the underground synthetic organ trade in another solid episode.
A FRESH START
That... that was pretty good.
QUITE THE MOVIE SCREENING
Masters of Sex closes out its first season with the study imploding and Bill finally opening up.