With Breaking Bad, Dexter, and Burn Notice on the road to their respective ends, just how much stock should we put into final seasons?
Plus: NBC orders a future prison drama, The Following casts an SVU vet, and a Game of Thrones romance is over!
It's time to place your bets.
The series' homestretch started almost flawlessly, and the end is closer than we thought.
The dude is a literal punching bag. It's about time he wins one, right?
What do you want to see in the last eight episodes?
Watch these children doing violent things and making drugs because it's funny.
Plus: CBS wants to work with Jim Gaffigan again, Mystic Falls welcomes a shapeshifter, and someone please stop Sharknado!
First up, lots of desert-set character portraits, all of them very intense.
Plus: Keith Olbermann is back, Ryan Stiles is kinda relevant again, and Veronica Mars (sort of) brings back the dead.
Plus: Andy Richter is a game-show host, Ellie Kemper will attend a wedding, and no more Glee Project.
Two short teasers are ready to be over-analyzed, guys!
Will the love for Homeland continue after a disappointing second season? Can high-profile new shows like House of Cards, The Americans, and The Newsroom break into already-jam-packed races?
Plus: USA wants more Psych, people are naming their kids after Game of Thrones characters, and Breaking Bad beer!
Let's drive ourselves crazy overanalyzing the newest digital poster!
We can better understand the Emmy nominations and eventual winners by looking at the nominations ballots, which the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences releases publicly. At the very least, they can be good for a laugh.
Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and Tatiana Maslany also win big at the anti-Emmys.
FX leads the pack with seven nominations; Orphan Black, Louie, Game of Thrones feel the love, too.
The anti-Emmys have rolled out their ballot and there are plenty of dark horses but also some expected snubs.