Let's talk favorites before we head into the second round of finals next week.
There's always someone or something more powerful than the Winchesters and historically they've always managed to rise above such things, but for the first time in a long time, it appears that there might be something they can't beat.
"Kiss of the Muse" was the rare Grimm episode where the case of the week actually intertwined with a major aspect of the overall seasonal story, or even intertwined with the story at all.
Watching Nick and Jess fumble toward a definition of what they are, fight their mutual feelings, and eventually come together time and again has been one of the most surprisingly enjoyable aspects of New Girl's second season.
Last week's mid-season premiere didn't have much time to fully explore the ramifications of Artie's acts while under the influence of the evil-doing astrolabe, but it's okay because that's what this week's episode was for.
The aftermath of "For Immediate Release" will undoubtedly change the face of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce for good... starting with what is certain to be a name change and a sudden client shakeup that leaves Jaguar and Vicks Chemical out and Chevrolet in.
We're at the halfway point of Da Vinci's Demons' inaugural season: Are you sticking with the show?
Bob Newhart was a welcome addition to an episode that otherwise featured Dumb Blonde Penny being dumber than we've seen in awhile and a rather dull story about Bernadette and Howard babysitting—and then losing—Raj's dog.
For a show that spent so much of its time last season pushing the idea that the only way for its graduating seniors to grow, evolve, and experience life to the fullest was to get the hell out of their…
I know I get grumpy about Supernatural's habit of screwing around for half the season before cramming an actual story into the last handful of episodes, and I'm still not ready to condone the practice, but I will say this:…