Some are already shoo-ins for a full season, others are dead shows walking.
After months of hype and speculation, the long-running Fox comedy killed off one of its own.
Emily Thorne is back, but so is David Clarke, which means things are about to get messy.
Are you ready to plunge back into this multi-dimensional scatterplot of whimsical Disney references that just keeps getting weirder and weirder/better and better? Or did "A Tale of Two Sisters" leave you cold?
Plus: The Big Bang Theory, the season premiere of NCIS: LA, and more.
Masters of Sex wrapped up its second season with a great, and sometimes tragic, finale.
Diane convinced another partner to leave with her, things got dicey with Bishop's crew, and electoral forces closed in around Alicia.
Stuff happened in "Last Rites," but the episode was mostly focused on characters milling around. It sure didn't set much up for next week's finale.
The dreams of perverted slashfic writers finally came true with the predictable but entertaining "The Simpsons Guy."
The sketch show got off to a rough start this weekend, and even America's current sweetheart, first-time host Chris Pratt, couldn't elevate most of the sketches past mediocrity.
This week, the Doctor went undercover at Clara's school to save the lives of the children from an alien threat.
While it was sort of interesting to see Frank's struggle, I sort of don’t want to feel guilty for/distracted from rooting for Claire and Jamie... not ever, even a little bit.
Give a wild man a government gun and some authority and it's only a matter of time before he reverts to his wild man ways.
The show is set in an alien-occupied Los Angeles.