Michonne goes solo; Carl goes full alpha.
Lady Edith makes a major decision while Lady Mary wallows in mud.
For the first time this season, Girls felt like it was on Hannah’s side.
Through the halfway point, the show is still building toward something big, but first, a detour to a biker bar.
Last night’s episode of The Vampire Diaries was a little like a nineties horror flick.
Every year it's a flurry of pointless heartache as everyone has to prove skills they will never ever need again on this show.
And just like that, the world gets a new Top Chef.
Megan refuses to die — metaphorically, at least.
That was an action-packed episode of Justified, even by Justified's standards.
Both agents and viewers get a refreshing reminder that train heists are never boring.
Last week's episode was great, and next week's looks fun. So it's okay for this one to be lackluster.
One of the things that The Following has going for it is the way its concept allows for constant surprises.
We're on Kyle's side this time. Hard to believe.
So Ted and Robin took Barney’s disappearance in stride, literally.
The stork may be visiting Downton Abbey. A black jazz singer definitely is.
Cameos are the New Year’s Eve of television. High expectations; enormous potential for failure.