The debut of NBC's new comic-based series was kind of a mess, but it's not without potential.
The man behind Sheldon Cooper will speak for Buddy the elf.
As Jinora, Ikki, and Meelo searched for Korra, the swamp has one more thing to teach her.
Oof, that was a rough one.
Do you think he's a Betty or a Veronica?
Now that Bonnie's got her magic back, will she and Damon ever be able to escape 1994?
She was introduced as Meredith's half-sister in Season 10, and McCreary has guest-starred in every episode of Season 11 thus far.
"The 48" expanded the Hundred's world, presented possible new enemies, and introduced Jasper to the joys of delicious chocolate cake. It was exactly the episode the show needed to prove Season 1's success wasn't a fluke.
Despite lukewarm fan reaction, The CW and the show's producers still think there's life left in a spin-off.
Plus: Franklin & Bash's Season 4 finale, The Goldbergs, Jimmy Kimmel on The Middle, and more.
The network will replace the show with back-to-back episodes of its fellow freshman comedy Selfie.
Them's two fine actors that have us excited about this potential show!
Plus: Amazon's Alpha House returns for Season 2, Jim Carrey hosts SNL, and more.
So many shows got extra episodes that the ones who didn't should feel bad.
Some have already earned full seasons, others are dead shows walking.
The series hails from the creators of Damages and features one hell of a cast.
She'll also be a love interest for Jim Gordon.
In the first episode of American Horror Story's traditional Halloween two-parter, we met some new characters and dealt with some new problems.
The sick-teens drama receives some good news, but is it because the show deserves it or because everything else sucks?
SAMCRO gets a message letting them know they aren't holding all the cards, and Gemma has a freakout.
"Thanks for the Memories" left us with more questions than answers, but it still left me pumped for the rest of the season.
The creators of many of this year's new fall shows are currently dressing their baby programs in "4 EPISODES!" onesies and posting photos of them on Facebook... and we're either hitting the 'like' button or writing "meh" or "u should of got canceled" in the comments.
"Supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority," the network said in a statement released Friday.
Mary finally stopped being nice to Lola and started getting REAL.
It wouldn't be a musical, but would feature musical elements.
The reason for the trim is reportedly inventory, not ratings.
Plus: Project Runway's Season 13 finale, the debut of Project Runway: Threads, Parenthood, and more.
The remake train seems intent to somehow adapt every movie or TV show ever made in the history of the world.
Oliver, Diggle and Roy headed to Corto Maltese to find Thea and a lost A.R.G.U.S. operative.
Hey, welcome to Person of Interest, Jason Ritter!