Tomorrow's just your future yesterday.
We like laughing, so 2014 was reallllly good for us thanks to this crop of new cable comedies.
Plus: Watch the trailer for the Christmas special, which stars Jon Hamm!
Finn's deadly actions reverberated throughout the Grounder camps, which put Jaha and Kane in serious trouble in "Fog of War." Meanwhile, Clarke convinced Abby to return to Mount Weather for the remaining members of the Hundred.
Team Arrow finally landed a lead on the boomerang assassin... when he attacked A.R.G.U.S. headquarters. Luckily, the team from The Flash dropped by to help.
Plus: White Collar, Reign, the Season 3 premiere of The Taste, and more.
The drama is based on the '90s comic series of the same name.
The gang attempted to enter the underground city they've been searching for; were they successful?
Plus: Christmas in Rockefeller Center, The 100, and more.
The Arrow visited Barry in Central City, but Barry wasn't particularly hospitable because he'd been infected with a lot of rage from the latest metahuman.
With only one episode left in the series, Sons of Anarchy let loose with the brutal violence.
Detectives! Monsters! Kilts! Television got even better in 2014, thanks to these radical newcomers.
Bobby Cannavale, Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Juno Temple, and Andrew "Dice" Clay will star.
The absurd sketch-comedy series is ending on its own terms.