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.
What makes the Winchesters such an important part of the TV landscape? It all boils down to three important elements.
It's a BBC co-production from Ridley Scott and Steven Knight.
Klaus went on an awkward orchid hunt with his birth dad while the gang teamed up to take Finn hostage! A lot went down in this episode, and all of it was fantastic.
The network is planning to maintain its Anglophilic development tendencies.
If we're being honest, it sounds a lot like Poehler's Comedy Central series Broad City.
The ridiculous teasers just keep coming.
Plus: Sons of Anarchy, a Marry Me Thanksgiving, and more.
State of Affairs' pilot borrowed from many shows you're already familiar with, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
It'll nestle right in between 2 Broke Girls and Scorpion.
It's based on Michael Crichton's 1973 sci-fi film and it's got an awesome cast.
This latest visit to Gotham wasn't nearly as exciting as the ones that preceded it.
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With a raw, urban tone and the close examination of The Walking Dead's best character, "Consumed" maintained Season 5's streak of quality episodes.