From the first episode to the last episode and every ridiculous thing in between.
Plus: Forever takes over its official Tuesday-night time period, Faking It and Awkward. return to MTV, and more.
"Lord Baltimore" was overstuffed, but it wasn't wholly unsuccessful.
"What we're hoping for is you'll recognize the show, but it will feel very different."
King and Abrams are teaming up to adapt King's novel 11/22/63 as a nine-hour miniseries.
ABC's new supernatural procedural knows exactly what it wants to be and doesn't try too hard, which is exactly why it works.
If every episode of Season 2 is exciting as "This Is War," then I think we're in for another fantastic ride through Sleepy Hollow.
CBS's new hackers n' geniuses drama pairs brains and more brains for some ridiculous action and lots of nerdy talk.
Gotham's pilot had its low points and high points, but the lows weren't so low that the highs couldn't save it.
Not that we'd blame him; he's been on the show for 11 years.
In light of the series' recent resurgence, "I really want Veronica to replace Nancy Drew."
Plus: Gravity Falls, SVU's Mariska Hargitay on Inside the Actors Studio, and more.
The State's Attorney's office is going after Lemond Bishop by going after Cary, and Eli's scheming to get exactly what he wants: Alicia running for office.
Eph and the grownups went underground while Zack found adventure on a smoke run.
CBS's new political drama is completely competent, but the verdict's still out on whether it'll ever rise above mediocrity.