Dorian encountered another DRN model and Almost Human introduced us to the underground synthetic organ trade in another solid episode.
That... that was pretty good.
"A Door Marked Exit" revealed some key information about Olivia's mother and proved that on Scandal, once you believe that a cast of characters can't possibly reveal themselves to be worse human beings, you're wrong.
The Tomorrow People closed out its first run of episodes with few surprises, but a generally entertaining hour.
Almost Human packed clones, psychics, and budding romance into its best episode since the series premiere.
The situation in Iran quickly escalated, and Homeland once again proved that it's always game for a last-second hail mary.
Nikita's final season reached the halfway point with a nice Birkhoff-heavy hour.
The Blacklist closed out 2013 with a bloody, entertaining episode that provides only some clarity.
It's not as if this was a bad or completely boring episode of procedural television; it simply didn't have many overly compelling moments.
We've watched three episodes of each series; here's our assessment.
There seems to be a lot of chatter going on about 30-day viewership numbers, streaming and on-demand viewership, and Twitter ratings. What do they all mean?