Stefan and Caroline enjoyed an awkward night at a bed and breakfast while Damon and Bonnie had yet another falling out!
"Marco" was a quiet, character-centric episode that wrapped up Saul's first season by putting Jimmy's destiny in his own hands.
Get excited for the show's April 14 episode.
"It's going to do a minimum of 15. I mean, it could do 26!"
Grover Bluejoy teaches kids how to play musical chairs while hinting at character deaths in this fun farce.
Plus: Jane the Virgin, Bates Motel, and more.
"Severance" left me feeling a bit uncomfortable due to its high level of cynicism combined with its poetic execution.
The new NBC drama feels pretty familiar.
Alicia faced the press on the matter of the leaked emails, while Diane went to court over gay marriage. Oh, and Andrew Wiley is back.
"Love Songs (in the Key of Gallagher)" was all about how the Gallaghers feel and react to love, but like everything else in their lives, nothing went right.
This week: Someone steps up on Justified, The Roots recap Game of Thrones in rap, Twitter ruins someone's new job before he even starts, and more.
Outlander's spring premiere was a veritable sampler platter of all its elements: psychologically devastating physical interactions, British violence, Scottish politics, a tinge of witchcraft, and sweet, sweet loving.