House of Cards went heavy on the parliamentary procedure, and Lucas got deeper into the DEEP INTERNET.
This week, Banshee dove into its lead character's psyche, with good results.
In "Chapter 15," House of Cards reset itself a bit, and Frank started plotting again.
House of Cards is back, and Frank Underwood is still doing his thing.
This week. Banshee let Carrie out of prison and back into the bloody real world.
Jay Leno's Tonight Show watch is ended. Will you miss him?
And great big cliffhanger sends The Tomorrow People off for another brief hiatus.
With the new year and the new glut of television upon us, there's plenty to discuss.
This week, Banshee threw some gasoline on the bubbling Amish-Native American tensions, and Hood met his "son."
Fox's long gestating Rake is finally here, but is it worth your time?
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.