After the emotionally crippling Game of Thrones finale, let's indulge ourselves in a little fantasy by remembering our favorites characters who've come back to life.
Now that the sting of sudden cancellation has dulled, it's the perfect time to discuss which cancellation hurt you the most.
An overstuffed finale had its good and bad moments, much like the series itself.
After four seasons of red Sharpie vengeance, Emily Thorne's mission in the Hamptons will come to a close next week.
It's the winter finale! Will someone die? Will Emily kick some ass? Will Nolan look fabulous? Just kidding, we already know the answer to that last one.
Emily Thorne is back, but so is David Clarke, which means things are about to get messy.
The revenger has become the revengee.
The network is playing things pretty traditional, and debuting most of its shows in the second half of September.
Plus: British comedian Rik Mayall dies at 56, the ratings for the Tonys are in, and the first trailer for Sutton Foster's Younger.
Plus: S.H.I.E.L.D. moves to 9pm and The Goldbergs moves to Wednesdays.
After outing Conrad's misdeeds last week, Emily and Victoria faced off in the Season 3 finale.
However, a number of shows are still up in the air.
The world discovered the truth about Conrad just as Revenge began planting new clues about the mysterious life of David Clarke.
Plus: Game of Thrones continues to dominate, Yahoo! has original programming plans, and Sarah Silverman is up for some Sex.
"Addiction" felt like a buffet of several possibly interesting moments that, when mixed together, made me question my decision to consume them.