FX's new drama has the blood, the laughs, and the cast to make it the best new show of 2014.
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Oh, Glee, what important lessons do you have in store for us in this episode about baked goods and sexual health?
Warning: You might scream like a little girl at least once.
In a way, "Endless Terror" fell short as a premiere, though I'll admit that it was mostly the knowledge of this being Warehouse 13's final season that raised my expectations so high.
Eli Roth's incredibly weird horror series will be available for binge-watching this summer.
It seems like only yesterday we were enjoying the last Hook spotlight episode "Good Form," but "The Jolly Roger" offered another in-depth look at his squeaky-leather privateering sauciness.
Plus: Jimmy Kimmel goes Behind the Scandalabra, there's a new woman in Mike's life on Suits, and Sharknado 2 wants your money.
Plus: Bates Motel, the series premiere of a new Syfy import, and more.
We've combed through six seasons' worth of vague episode synopses and selected a few of our favorite, totally non-descriptive bits; now it's up to you to suss out which are the work of Matthew Weiner's team and which came from the brain of a crazy person (a.k.a.
Plus: NBC puts a date on Maya Rudolph's variety show, Colbert will visit Letterman, and Game of Thrones sets a new record.
We've entered the Season Fine homestretch.
This introduction to FX's new political drama is a confusing mess.
It might've taken us awhile to get to where we are, but should we hold that against the series or against Marvel?
Plus: Do people not like Mad Men anymore?, WGN is adapting the comic Scalped, and what if the media covered the Game of Thrones shocker?
While day drunk, Diane and Alicia discussed merging their firms. And that wasn't the big thing that happened.
This week: Goats singing the Game of Thrones theme, S.H.I.E.L.D. comes around, Parks and Rec's big news, and more.
Will Graham is back on the case!
Matthew Weiner's spoiler-phobia can be traced back to the start of Season 2.
When will the world realize they shouldn't screw with Jack Bauer?
"Big News" ushered in a decidedly ensemble-driven remainder of the season and I'm really starting to feel like New Girl's gonna end on a high note.
This week, Agent Garrett convened Team Bad Guys while Agent Coulson took Team Good Guys on the run.
The Originals is back and in full effect.
Plus: Max Greenfield on The Mindy Project, the season premieres of Awkward. and Celebrity Wife Swap, and more.
Get a good look at Zoe Saldana's mom hair!
Mad Men's Season 7 premiere wasn't boring, but it certainly wasn't terribly exciting.
It's Joffrey and Margaery's big day! "The Lion and the Rose" will see them saying their "I Dos" and hosting a wedding feast that's literally fit for a king.
Nick, Nick's mom, and Renard worked together this week to keep Adalind and her monster baby away from the royals, who traced their runaway baby-momma to Portland because hiding Adalind in her hometown wasn't hilariously obvious or anything.
Is the dark comedy inspired by the iconic Coen Brothers film worth your time? Let us help you decide!
Plus: The Neighbors' Season 2 finale, Seth Rogen on SNL, the final season premiere of Californication, and more.