S.H.I.E.L.D.'s spring premiere concentrated on the aftermath of that day in the temple while setting us up for an exciting and hopefully action-packed second half of the season.
"What Lies Beneath" proposed an interesting idea through Ichabod's history with Thomas Jefferson, but ultimately failed to deliver on its promise.
First we met the man, and now we've met the show thanks to this outstanding second episode.
"The Scarecrow" did a nice job with reimagining the origin story of its titular character, but we sure are getting tired of Baby Batman.
Another one bites the dust, but for what?
Did we really need a Breaking Bad spin-off? After one episode, the answer is "probably."
A Wesen bounty hunter brought Wesen council drama to town, and Wesen council drama is the best kind of drama.
Okay, it's time to talk about how time travel is total bullshit (and fun).
The gang had a particularly weird birthday celebration for Bonnie, and Kai learned some important lessons about human emotion.
“Sins of Our Past” was pretty stunning. There was origami! There were parrots eating people’s feet! There was syphilis!
The Blacklist celebrated its move to Thursday with a big moment... maybe.
It's probably unfair to compare Allegiance to The Americans, but even if it didn't have the FX drama to live up to, it still has plenty of its own problems.
How long until Mike's secret becomes a major plot point again?