Showtime's weirdest (ever?) show returned this week and it was a beautiful, disgusting nightmare.
Detectives! Monsters! Kilts! Television got even better in 2014, thanks to these radical newcomers.
Forget love, it's friendship that makes television so wonderful. Here are some of our favorites.
This week: Homeland tests our pulses, a young chef dazzles Gordon Ramsay, Daryl Dixon uses someone else's head, and more.
Instead of spending the holiday passed out on the couch, try watching these totally addicting shows instead.
Here's the official, indisputable, unquestionable ranking of 2014's new fall comedies... according to me.
What makes the Winchesters such an important part of the TV landscape? It all boils down to three important elements.
On our list: Bender heads to Springfield, John Oliver shoots fish at celebrities, kids on Nashville are nothing but trouble, and more.
No ties this year! Only one TV.com user correctly predicted the first five shows to be canceled.
The network's issues don't start and end with this fall's bombs.
What's so funny about a hospital wing with a bunch of dying old people? Lots of stuff, it turns out.
"Borrowed Time" was chock full of major moments.
Lots of shows are in trouble, but which ones have a chance to make it through the season intact?