Complicated questions about Mike's lying game aside, "Fork in the Road" was a win in my book.
He was 73 years old.
Patrick Fugit will play a man possessed by demons as Cinemax beefs up its portfolio of original programming.
Plus: Babylon's finale, Archer, and more.
Vertigo returned with a new a strain of his patented fear drug as Oliver and Laurel clashed over Laurel donning Sara's costume.
The family drama is full of irritating characters, soap-boxing, and the world's worst narrator.
“Open House” was a good time, albeit a little more mellow than the first two episodes of the season, now that The Americans is settling into a groove.
And then promptly took it down.
The first filler episode of Season 4 at least delved into the mystery that is John Reese.
After weeks of Dean slaughtering everyone, angsting, and angsting some more, sending the Winchesters to college for a simple ghost hunt was a welcome reprieve.
"Out, Damned Spot!" was a relatively entertaining episode if not a necessarily plot-thickening one.
Stewart said he doesn't yet know what he'll do next, but it's possible that he'll say goodbye as early as this summer.
Read the full staff memo.
Flash and the team set out on the hunt for Ronnie as General Eiling returned to Central City. Meanwhile, Joe asked Cisco to help investigate Nora's murder.