What makes a serial killer most?
In a shocking twist, Emily’s birthday party does not go as planned.
This week, it was difficult not to feel for the catfish.
There is a lot of vagina on display this week, even for a women’s prison.
This episode isn’t exempt from the things that make Under the Dome problematic, but it’s the strongest, most captivating hour since the pilot.
And now we know who did the killing on The Killing.
This episode has one truly, incredibly, instant classic scene.
We’ve spent so much time talking about The Newsroom’s women problem that we haven’t talked about its race problem.
This episode had a bit of everything — Dexter being funny, Dexter being awkward, Dexter wrapping someone in plastic.
Have we talked about the treatment of sex on this show yet? It is hilarious and marvelous.
This week, pork meatball bánh mì, fried shrimp heads, and some festivities.
When law enforcers have something to hide … or at least something gross hidden in a bag.
Coherent plot progression has finally come to Rosewood.
The rulebook goes out the window when you’re dealing with a sociopath.
With this episode, we found ourselves high-fiving a murderer, and we're not entirely sure that’s a bad thing.
This episode showed what happens when our heroes try to recruit others into the NewsNight family.
How fun is it to watch Charlotte Rampling each week?