There are so many lists in here, you're bound to agree with one of us!
As production begins on the series' sophomore season, HBO finally "reveals" what we've all known for months.
A busy episode put things in place for the mid-season finale, and in the process, it reminded us of why we prefer the The Walking Dead's more character-focused installments.
NBC is stopping production after 13 episodes.
Yet another show goes down before the public ever sees it.
Cary's trial got underway while Alicia had to deal with a very stupid gym note.
Plus: Gotham, Castle, and more.
The big prisoner exchange went down... and then things got so much worse.
Even though “Further West” felt more like the first episode of Season 5 than the Season 4 finale, the taste of what's to come was an enjoyable one.
While I think last week's "A Feast of Friends" was a stronger episode, "Danse Vaudou" continued to indicate that Constantine is slowly rolling down the right track.
The show will now launch on the streaming service in March.
Shulman & Associates has a serious retention problem.
During an otherwise ordinary Friendsgiving dinner in the dorms, a ton of Gemini Coven revelations nearly ruined everything!
I'm so excited that I kind of want to just skip Christmas and get straight to January.