We're handing out some made-up awards.
Plus: Doctor Who, The Walking Dead, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and more.
At least one person suspects foul play.
This week's episode promised a ghostly interlude with the busty medium who's plagued Francis throughout his brief reign, along with the possible resolution of one of the series' best love triangles.
Will the series do justice to the film, or is it merely another example of Hollywood laziness?
It's set in contemporary L.A. and involves systematic murder.
Oh look! It's another potential series based on a once-popular movie.
The host with the most will drop by Ryan Murphy's freak-fest, as will his husband, David Burtka.
Plus: South Park, The 100, Key & Peele, Sara Evans on Nashville, and more.
Sam and Dean tried to get their groove back with a regular old monster-of-the-week case while tripping over the buckets-o-angst between them.
The days of hat tips and finger wags are very limited.
Get into the spirit of Halloween by joining us for some deliciously gross fun.
Walken essentially does a lot of Walkin around.
It's Homecoming in Mystic Falls, but what happens when people can't physically go home anymore?
Plus: The Big Bang Theory returns to Thursdays, Parenthood's married couples continue fighting, A to Z celebrates Halloween, and more.
"Inclement Weather" and the reveal of what's really happening at Mount Weather proved that The 100 is capable of surprising even the most vigilant viewers.
Netflix has ordered 21 episodes of a half-hour series based on the 1980s cartoon.
Blood! Sex! Scruffy period-piece hair!
The gang pretended to do their pretend jobs while helping a guy who was pretending to do another pretend job. How meta did it get?
Hydra impersonated S.H.I.E.L.D. this week and framed the team for an attack while Ward's past came back in a real bad way.
Kuvira arrived at Zaofu and used Bolin as a diplomat to convince Su to join the Earth Empire. As you might've guessed, it all went very poorly.
They join the already announced Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn in the HBO drama's highly anticipated second season.
There's nothing revolutionary about this safe and somewhat comfortable CBS sitcom, but it's not terrible.
Boyd and Raylan appear to be headed for the most eloquently written showdown in television history.
She's taking a page out of Naomi Grossman's Pepper playbook.
Which soul did the titular phantasm recruit for his carnival of the damned?
Nyssa's in Starling City, and she would very much like to know who killed Sara.
The highly anticipated limited series starring Hayley Atwell's Peggy Carter premieres in January.
Jax thought remorsefully about what he's been doing, and then he kept doing it anyway.
TV lives and dies by its hair, so it's a good thing we're here to pass judgment.