Also inside: series premiere dates for Dark Matter, Killjoys, and Getting Drunk with Chuck.
We size up all the hits, from Battlestar to Black Sails and everything in between! Oh, and then there's The Cape.
It's good to be a one-word show whose name begins with the letter D on Syfy.
Defiance wrapped up its second season with a perfect encapsulation of its best and worst tendencies.
Here's a look at what's happening on the final day of this year's event.
Pottinger was attacked by raiders, and it set off a bad chain of events. Meanwhile, Datak tried to restore himself atop his empire and his family.
Irzu made Irisa do some pretty horrible things, and Yewll and Datak are out of prison. Things aren't super-great.
Nolan and Irisa returned to Defiance to find out just how much has (or hasn't) changed.
Plus: Mary Steenburgen is a mom on OITNB, a Breaking Bad director will helm Star Wars, and the Freaks and Geeks character bible!
"The Opposite of Hallelujah" kicked off Season 2 by establishing a few new characters and dynamics.
Now is the perfect time to ease yourself into the warmer months by kicking back and binge-watching shows that don't have anything to do with singing, dating, or wiping out on national television.
Plus: Bravo orders a ton of shows, Shirley MacLaine finds a new life on Glee, and Doctor Who welcomes a Brit fave.
Plus: Television Without Pity shuts down, LeBron's B-ball series finds its starters, and Defiance gets a Season 2 premiere date.
Plus: It's Always Sunny got off to a bright start on FXX, Defiance adds two to its cast, and a date for the next great HBO series.
I'd been looking forward to this election episode, and I was pretty happy with how all the various schemes played out.
This week, a skeleton in the walls of the NeedWant illuminated the past of some of Defiance's key characters.