With Portland in the middle of a drought , Black Claw reintroduced some magical rituals to Wesen farming communities in "Star-Crossed." Of course, those rituals had a body count.
We found out what Peggy and Ed were up to while everyone else was killing each other, and it was fantastic as usual.
"Start to Finish" pretty much sucked.
Come on in, warm yourself by the fire, and join the discussion about dream catchers.
A potentially racist Chumhum map app pitted Alicia and Lucca against Diane and Cary. Eli interferes in Alicia's personal life, and it went poorly.
Carrie and Saul finally went after Allison on another harrowing Homeland.
An ambitious and daring episode, "Heaven Sent" explored the isolating nature of grief in an episode that found the Doctor trapped in a prison meant only for him.
It was Turkey Day on Scream Queens so of course Chad Michael Murray showed up.
The pressure falls on Meeks as his cover comes dangerously close to being blown.
Kara struggled to maintain her double life in "How Does She Do It?" when she had to save National City from a series of bombings and babysit Cat's kid at the same time.
Blindspot said goodbye until 2016 with a few key answers and some kissing.
Some key scenes and components made this quintessential Fargo, and therefore the best Fargo.
After a whole lot of mediocrity, Gotham was back on point with an intense romp through the city's sewers and crown prince Brucie getting his honeypot on-- with a little help from Gotham's seedy underbelly.
Diane had her politics and business savvy put to the test by a fetal organ video, and Grace inadvertently took advantage of it to bring clients to Florrick/Quinn.