The end is nigh. Was the sacrifice worth it? Did Kiera make it home? Do we need to hug it out?
Baby Amara's true nature is revealed. There is a body count. Crowley plays a priest and it is everything.
Barry Allen gains a new ally, a new enemy, and a new lover interest this week. He's a busy boy.
Theo Galavan makes his rounds as his mayoral campaign racks up a body count. Gordon rebuilds the GCPD's ranks with a little help from his new boss. OH HI, MICHAEL CHIKLIS.
Brad showed his true colors, Kiera made a tough decision, and Travis took one for the team in "The Desperate Hours."
Dean and Sam survived the release of the Darkness, but killer road crews and killer angels and killer-ancient-entities-that-have-a-crush-on-Dean are (as usual) trying to change that.
Alec picked Jason's scatterbrain for deets on his maybe-future and who his one true love was if it wasn't Emily. Meanwhile, Kiera and Carlos fought about Brad and Time-traveller Jesus made an appearance.
Some of these kid villains are turning into real pains in the neck already, and the show is so much better for it!
Gotham returned with style (and explosions!) featuring bromance and Barbara Kean finally finding a family that accepted her for who she was.
In "Rush Hour," Emily and Alec played wack-a-baddie, while Kiera and Kellogg went swimming in an episode that was slightly more than mediocre.
Continuum's final season kicks off with the usual level of star-crossed timelines, craziness, and migraines.
The final battle for Earth begins! And ends! Cue the speeches-- not that Tom's ever needed an excuse for THAT.