Early reports suggest that the cause of death is a sudden heart attack.
In theory, winning The Voice is a great starting point to any music career. But despite the success of the show itself, those who win it are notably absent from the gravy train.
Season 3's central mystery finally unfolded in what proved to be an especially stressful all-nighter.
This episode left me excited for next week, and I haven't been excited about this show a long time. Gold star, Warehouse 13!
A plague struck Defiance this week, but the show ignored anything really interesting in order to set up a plot point for the final run of episodes.
Maybe the yawn-worthy episodes that've followed "Colony Collapse" are supposed to serve as breathers until we get to something with a little more meat to it?
Mercy is meant to be given freely, but not necessarily easily, as Don and the gang have begun to realize, and depending on where you stand, conflicting motivations can make mercy appear to be something different altogether.
"Who Are You, Really?" felt like a return to a beloved childhood summer camp, full of so many blessedly familiar elements that I lost any vague sense I’d outgrown it.
I actually love the idea that there could be another leader out there, presiding over his own little band of leftover Americans, but I'm skeptical about the way Falling Skies appears to be approaching such a storyline.