Our closets, junk drawers, and pantries aren't the only areas of our lives that would benefit from a little sprucing up.
Both shows will return for their third seasons in July.
The story argues that the push to feature non-Caucasian actors has gone too far, particularly since "the talent pool of experienced minority performers ... is pretty limited."
The news isn't surprising, but it's definitely disappointing.
My first response to "Welcome to the Dollhouse": Are you kidding me? But I have to hand it to Pretty Little Liars for taking some risks and straying from its formula.
Even though "Rogue Time" wasn't quite as bombastically packed with the stunning moments as last week's "Out of Town," the episode still managed to alter Barry's reality in a big way and, for now, a permanent way.
Plus: The Goldbergs, Supernatural, and more.
"Brother, Can You Spare a Brain" introduced us to David Anders' villainous Blaine and proved that iZombie is anything but simple.
"Love in the Time of Hydra" put S.H.I.E.L.D. back on track and introduced a new threat to Coulson's power just as Ward resurfaced.
Chris Carter's landmark sci-fi series is returning as a limited series, with original stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny on board to reprise their roles.
Put on your judging pants, even if you have to borrow a pair from Elroy.
Jim Beaver's Bobby Singer will swing by the April 1 episode.
The Wall Street drama promises to offer "an insider look at the world of high finance."
Is it possible that she'll reprise her Asylum role and return as Shelley?
Plus: Justified, Person of Interest, Community, and more.