Homeland returned from a short break with another heart-pumping episode.
Plus: Jane the Virgin, Mike & Molly's Season 5 premiere, the return of ABC's The Great Christmas Light Fight, and more.
The Newsroom usually mines most of its drama from the real-life news stories that its fictional characters are covering. But the most dramatic moments of the series' penultimate episode originated within the newsroom itself.
In its two-episode debut, The Librarians introduced a colorful world built on Arthurian legends, the science of magic and the magic of science, ancient rivalries, and a bunch of weirdos who will probably end up saving the world.
This week: Dead bodies everywhere, Peter Pan Live!, and more.
Yeah, this episode was a weird one.
The broadcast networks' crop of new series wasn't nearly as bountiful as cable's, but there will still a few gems worth recognizing.
Damon and Elena time-warped back to '94 while Kai showed up suddenly in Whitmore. Drama ensued!
Meanwhile, The McCarthys will end in February.
There's a new leader joining AMC's expanding zombie apocalypse.
Obviously this was an extremely heavy episode, but I found it surprisingly thoughtful and considered in approaching a difficult subject that affects so many.
Plus: James Franco on both SNL and Naked and Afraid; Homeland; and more.
NBC pulled out a few stops and put together a live singalong stage production of the popular musical for all of the internet to snark at.