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Now that Klaus and Elijah know that both of their parents are back from the dead, what kinds of juicy confrontations will follow?
The show is also getting a holiday special.
Plus: Gotham, Jane the Virgin, and more.
Carrie made a big move as the case in Islamabad took some wild turns.
The network has trimmed the disappointing sitcom's episode order from 16 to the 13 that've already been produced.
The single-camera comedy will serve as a sequel to the 2008 film, which starred Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston.
Deep down, no one truly wants a third season of the cult drama. The magic can't be recaptured. Let it be.
Wu's coronation went about as well as expected, while Korra began her training with Toph in the swamp.
Francis is the KING OF ALL FRONCE for realsies, dude.
Well, Gordon told Oswald Cobblepot not to return to Gotham City—but what fun would that be?
If you've been watching Season 40, you'll recognize her.
Somehow, Alicia and Elsbeth facing off in court and Kalinda tracking a computer hacker made for a dull episode.
One of the best new shows of 2014 went out with a bang.
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With the Doctor trapped in the TARDIS, it was up to Clara to save the day. How'd she do?
There's lots more shirtless Nick Jonas and shirtless Matt Lauria in our collective futures.
Alcoholic horses! Atomic bombs! A British Fargo! Consider marathoning these recent series instead of suffering through network TV's fall freshmen.
Plus: Haven, the premieres of The Birthday Boys and Comedy Bang! Bang!, The Walking Dead, and more.
She played Gloria's mom.
A mysterious and angry woman from Ichabod's past returned to destroy all of the current women in his life.
The character will appear in Episodes 10, 11, and 12.
The first season will run for 15 one-hour episodes and center on a college campus that's rocked by a series of murders.
Emily finally came face-to-face with her totally-not-dead father in "Meteor," but he's already on his way to becoming the new Conrad, with Victoria by his side.
Rick and the gang are on the road again.
This week: The Walking Dead comes out swinging, Brooklyn Nine-Nine plays games, The Affair impresses, and more.
So much for Lifetime's foray into scripted sci-fi storytelling.
Also: "Why is your penis on a dead girl's phone?"
It's enough to make your nose twitch.
Who was hanging out with Bonnie and Damon in 1994? Is Elena happier with an erased brain? Did Jeremy spend the entire episode in swimwear?