Plus: The 100, The Americans, Brook Shields on The Middle, and more.
Welcome to New Orleans, where the witches and werewolves are all going crazy and ancient vampires run around punching everybody.
It looks like Malky had full rein over the character.
Liz finally—FINALLY—confronted Tom, and things quickly got physical.
The news comes just weeks after a two-season pickup for Game of Thrones.
Plus: The Boondocks' final season premiere, Warehouse 13, and more.
What'd everybody get up to this week?
This week: A Game or Thrones wedding, a bunch of season finales, a Bronie tribute, the return of the Clone Club, and more.
Plus: Scandal goes out on top, SNL is throwing a live reunion bash for its 40th birthday, and Denis O'Hare new role on American Horror Story.
If "The Pontiac" turns out to be the series finale, that would be fine.
Plus: America gets The IT Crowd's finale, a Lost alum is headed to The Good Wife, and Kristen Bell gets naked.
This week, Rachel's big Broadway debut finally arrived—and some familiar faces from Lima, Ohio traveled to New York to see the show.
Plus: Face Off wraps up Season 6, Funny Girl opens on Glee, and more.
Plus: Salem opens big, Michelle Obama books another guest appearance, and Sarah Chalke heads to Amazon.
For the vampire show's final season, it's preparing for the apocalypse!
One of the NSA contractors listening in on Alicia got into some trouble, and Louis Canning joined Lockhart/Gardner.
In the aftermath of the Purple Wedding, "Breaker of Chains" will be all about fallout.
"Nature Under Constraint and Vexed" felt like a seamless continuation of Season 1, utilizing the same tricks that made the series so exciting and addicting in the first place.
Everyone's breaking up on Fox sitcoms. Is there a good or bad way to do it?
Plus: The Season 2 premiere of IFC's The Writers' Room, the aftermath of the Purple Wedding on Game of Thrones, and more.
If last week's meta gymnastics were a little too taxing for a Tuesday night, then "Alex Annie Alexis Ann" was happy to make up for the brain drain with a good ol' fashioned vampire hunt.
This week, Amy Acker appeared as the infamous cellist from Coulson's past, while Ward and the rest of the team played two truths and a lie.
Does CBS's newest comedy earn a passing grade?
What an improvement over last week's snoozefest of a season premiere!
The new footage features intense action, epic battles, and at least one shocking revelation.
"The Vow" was a creepy, slightly confusing, but ultimately successful and rewarding episode that introduced viewers to this new version of the Salem we all thought we knew.
It seems that raising the dead is just one of the horrors Zelena has planned. Also, Cora's back! And has Hook changed his clothes yet?
When a dead body turned up inside a horse, Jack called Will in to help.
"You're gonna wanna tell people the truth about what we're working on, what you're building. You're going to have to lie."
To celebrate the show's return, let's take a quick look back at the most memorable moments thus far.