They're on a boat.
They're on a boat.
For this season finale, Mindy brought homages to three Meg Ryan rom-com classics.
Only Louis C.K. can turn a story about punching a woman into a parable about class.
That premiere was so good, it felt like it had been a decade since the last season ended.
After four years off the grid, 24 looks both different and the same.
Dinesh is Pakistani, but no matter. Last night, he was Latino, because "not a lot of Latinos are working in tech."
Alicia has a rare day off.
Last night, one thing became abundantly clear: These people hate each other.
Another glimpse at the insanity behind the Moon Door.
As the episode's title, "The Monolith," made clear, Kubrick was everywhere in this episode.
The qualities required to play Spider-Man are the same ones it takes to properly host Saturday Night Live.
It seems that the show is building toward something massive, but it could still use more face-kicking.
We were treated to a little old-school horror story with this week’s episode.
Jason Mraz was last night's guest mentor, and he embodied the showmanship that the top five mostly lacked.
Last night was a veritable Scarlett-palooza.
This week’s episode gave us another signature spy-game set piece.
"Bloodlines" didn't so much seem to be a spinoff of Supernatural as a spinoff of the entire CW lineup.
For a minute, all seemed to be quiet in the land of the Real Housewives.
What sheer joy it was to see Shirley MacLaine charge up to a stage with a microphone in her hand.
Jess throws a middle-school dance that no one really wants to attend.
“You’re a little nut job. I like that. It’s interesting.”
Big Head is back with a vengeance.
The anxiety of feeling that you don’t belong somewhere permeates nearly every scene of this week's episode.
The aftermath of the Porsha Rip Down was very entertaining on part two of the reunion.
God, you guys, it’s hard out there for a working mother.