This week: Zoo roars into our lives, The Fosters figures itself out, and more.
Tim and Cory discuss the silliness of Zoo, the surprisingly dull Scream, and what you should binge this holiday weekend.
The episodes are available via YouTube, SHO.com, and the Showtime Anytime app.
The second episode did some work to set up the first season, and looked good doing it.
Mike + Harvey 4eva!
Season 2 premieres at midseason.
Plus: MasterChef, Melissa & Joey, and more.
Who will she be playing?
The sci-fi series split up an important role, and we're like, totally bummed.
The drunken horse is back and this time, he's going clean! For about five minutes...
Will this show ever make sense? Let's try and figure it out together.
Can this show get even crazier? We hope so.
Plus: Beauty and the Beast, Mistresses, and more.
What did you think of the follow-up to the phenomenal season premiere?
The stalker-y sensual thriller will be reimagined, Fox style.
Bye bye, outer space! Hello, Jeffrey Dean Morgan!
MTV's version of Scream is hardly new territory, but it's also the familiarity that makes it almost worth watching.
Was CBS's new drama scary or silly? Get on in here and let's talk about the premiere!
The 2015 Emmy nominations will be announced in July, which means it's time to talk about the series we'd like to see recognized for being so damn good all season long.
Plus: Pretty Little Liars, Tyrant, and more.
Plus: True Detective, Atlantis, and more.
Including UnReal, Dead Like Me, Peaky Blinders, and more.
Camp shenanigans are back in this star-studded prequel to the cult movie.
He will make his first appearance in the Season 5 premiere.
The Black-ish actor will be part of the big reboot of the Alex Haley classic.
Rick and Morty are up to some seriously insane things in Season 2.
After just one season, Anna Friel's geopolitical drama is thrown in the garbage because it had terrible ratings.
It's Night 2 of the Season 5 premiere, and nobody is safe! Let's talk about it.
Syfy's two new shows have developed two very different fan camps, so let's figure out which show is better and settle this argument.
Scott and the gang return this week to deal with the paranormal threat called Senior Year. Let's talk about it.