Eastbound & Down (probably) concluded its four-year run with a familiar-but-satisfying reconciliation and a bonkers coda.
Homeland pulled the rug out from underneath us again, but this time the results were a little better.
The show has done quite a bit of legwork to keep it compelling in the first eight weeks.
In theory, "Gerontion" should've been the Homeland episode many of us were waiting for.
The two characters are more similar than you might think.
Season 4 has really rewarded the viewers who've stuck with the show.
John got his own flashback story this week, and we learned that Jedikiah hates Brussels sprouts.
We've got some "fresh" ideas the networks can use to bring old shows back to life, in true zombie fashion.
"Win Some, Lose Some" introduced The Carrie Diaries' version of Samantha Jones, and she's wonderful.
THIS is how you do fun genre programming on a modest budget.
A number of the broadcast networks' comedy blocks are struggling, so we've come up with a few solutions. Hint: It's time to dismantle NBC's Thursday nights.
The Tomorrow People's second episode did what most second episodes do: It repeated the pilot. But it managed do so successfully enough that it actually improved on the series opener, and that's good news.