There have never been more forced interactions than there are this season, and it’s starting to break everyone down.
Vice President Underwood scores a political win while journalist Lucas Goodwin becomes increasingly reckless.
Just when it seemed like the show was slowing down, we get last night’s wild romp through the woods.
With only one more episode remaining this season, Downton aims for resolution that isn’t always satisfying.
Hannah and Co. head to a beach house on Long Island. And it's totally chill and no one fights or anything.
It's not Fallon vs. Kimmel. It's the networks vs. everything else.
Apparently Congress is pretty into blackmail and murder.
In episode two of season two, it’s back to backstabbing Capitol Hill business.
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Stranger Danger, "Deadly [Blank]," and more.
About a woman wrongly convicted of murdering her boss.
With no need for any setup, this first episode hurtles forward.
In which we call at least one person who's a lock for the top three.
Like many other TV shows based in Washington, it remains nearly useless when it comes to illuminating the particulars of U.S. politics.