Arrested Development, Hannibal, Breaking Bad, and more.
After years of showing promise, Terence Winter's HBO show finally delivered.
Finally, a season finale that sets up plotlines to continue into next year.
"When everything you've ever wanted happens for you, that's when everything starts to go wrong."
"I know, I know. It's devastating for all of us."
Boardwalk Empire is at its best when it can strike a balance between being obvious and very obscure.
This week's episode managed to build up a good head of steam.
It’s a B-story-packed episode of Boardwalk Empire, in which we connect with old friends.
"I was like, 'Wow, that's rad.'"
The most dramatically straightforward episode of Boardwalk Empire this season is its most satisfying one yet.
The fourth season may not be the show’s most exciting, but it is in many ways its best.
Several main characters go AWOL this episode, but we get to catch up with everyone else.
Nucky and Sally, sittin' in a tree ...
"I never thought I'd have to projectile-vomit on Boardwalk Empire!"
This advice from Nucky is not always taken.
This episode hits all of the show's major locations.
Nucky's in Tampa and Dr. Narcisse continues to deepen.
J. Edgar Hoover, I presume?
Season four debuts by telling us it doesn't pay to remember season three too much.
Get the deets on Nucky, Chalky, and the whole jolly gang.
Jeffrey Wright is ready for Nucky.
Also, a first look at Stephen Merchant's Hello Ladies.
Also, he almost ran over Rod Serling when he was 22.
Step 1: Start with an anti-hero.