Plus: Gene Simmons on SVU, Casey Wilson on The Middle, and more.
Plus: Olivia Wilde is rockin' for HBO, NBC announces season-finale dates, and Believe had a good start.
New Directions jetted out to Los Angeles this week for Nationals, where they faced off against the horribly named Throat Explosion, ate hot dogs, and explored their deep and meaningful feelings through song.
Also getting the good news are Bosch and classical-music dramedy Mozart in the Jungle.
Where to even begin with the three-hour deconstruction of American gender politics that was the Season 18 finale?
What tricks will the Nogitsune attempt to pull off this week? Let's talk about "De-Void"!
Things aren't going too well for our favorite clones in this never-before-seen footage from Season 2.
No more chances for the Chances as the family comedy says bye after four seasons.
The latest preview of Season 4 is packed with action, dragons, and a dear old mopey friend.
Emily's still suffering from blackouts, and Victoria's still attempting coming to terms with her past.
It's no coincidence that Justified broke its slump the same day Boyd came back to Harlan.
Old or new, the goal of any television show is to entertain. How does Robert Rodriguez's new TV show measure up?
This week, we finally got the Thor crossover we were promised weeks ago as Lady Sif arrived on Earth to track down Lorelei.
There's also a new premiere date for Halle Berry's science-fiction series Extant.
J.J. Abrams and Alfonso Cuaron's new series looks great, but is ultimately unoriginal.
Plus: Resurrection kills it in its debut, Cosmos is shrinking for Fox, and James Roday has lined up his next gig.
Supernatural: Bloodlines is better, but it's still not that great.
Is this addition to the supernatural television landscape worth checking out, or just another set of pointless fangs with no bite? Read on to find out!
Plus: How I Met Your Mother, Teen Wolf, Rick and Morty, and more.
ABC's new drama about dead people coming back to life isn't as good as SundanceTV's imported and very similar The Returned, but it isn't dead on arrival, either.
This week's episode, "Farewell to Storyville," was her last as a series regular.
It tickles me that the episode promo for "Unbridled" had to be upfront and obvious about the fact that "this is not a dream."
The Mikaelsons are now locked in a graveyard tussle! Whoever wins, we lose. Maybe?
The first full-body image of the suit has arrived, and boy does it look hot.
Plus: The Originals, the Pretty Little Liars in wedding dresses, and more.
Marshall attempts to get to the bottom of where Lily disappeared to in the middle of the night.
We've also got premiere dates for Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth's new show, as well as two more series debuts.
It's going to be an action-packed summer for TNT.
Look out, London! You're about to get Jack'd!
If you're waiting for something big to happen, you might want to take a nap until next October.