This week: The Walking Dead comes out swinging, Brooklyn Nine-Nine plays games, The Affair impresses, and more.
Captain Flint is already guaranteed a third voyage on the high seas, even though his second hasn't yet begun.
The new animated series will feature the adventures of Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Groot, Gamora, and Drax beginning in 2015.
The show will chronicle the high school years of eccentric young scientist Flint Lockwood, who was voiced by Bill Hader in the films based on the beloved children's book.
Both have expressed disapproval with the idea of a television adaptation.
The Poppy Montgomery-led procedural is now just a memory.
Hey what do you know? ABC's newest multi-cam sitcom isn't terrible, thanks to its magnetic and likable star.
Bonnie and Damon were trapped in the '90s! Elena damaged her brain! Jeremy had more sex! "Yellow Ledbetter" was an all-time great episode of The Vampire Diaries.
What a baller.
The sci-fi drama originally aired on CBS for three seasons, from 1965 through 1968.
The company has admitted that, after some "ratings irregularities," it has discovered a technical error that has impacted network ratings for months.
Three episodes in, and we're really starting to see the themes of manipulation rear their reasonably present heads.
This week, we learned all about Korra's recovery after her encounter with Zaheer, and how she ended up competing in bending cage fights.
Game of Arms, Small Town Security, and more are toast.
“Drawn and Quartered” was like Game of Thrones, y'all.
The series is an extension of three Librarian movies the network made with Noah Wyle between 2004 and 2008.