This week, a sham trial left Korra and her family with only a few options. Meanwhile, it left me feeling quite grumpy.
Holmes and Watson kicked off Season 2 with a trip to London to help a washed-up Lestrade. Oh, and Mycroft is living in 221B.
It was family against family as the Northern Water Tribe began its occupation and Tenzin and his siblings searched for Ikki.
The Legend of Korra is (finally) back, and the spirit world is out of balance. Sadly, Korra's not exactly one with the spirits.
Linden and Holder finally closed the Pied Piper case, but it ended only about as well you'd expect.
Cartoon Network's latest offering is not only very good, it serves up some food for thought about comic book character interpretations.
I'd been looking forward to this election episode, and I was pretty happy with how all the various schemes played out.
The detectives had no luck finding Joe Mills, while Seward had a very bad day.
This week, a skeleton in the walls of the NeedWant illuminated the past of some of Defiance's key characters.