Just look at this thing.
Mama Joyce is definitely drunk all the time, right?
At least the show has the decency to acknowledge that Saul's second "play" is a long shot.
Masters is about as easy as a nuclear bomb.
This episode was like the end of season two, but on steroids.
He insists he’s “not running for anything,” but you wouldn’t know it from his Twitter feed.
The show's final half-season of five episodes premieres tonight.
From Kanye to Peeta.
Homeland might as well change its title to As the Intelligence World Turns.
It’s hard not to be at least a little charmed by puppet versions of every Glee character.
How about that Starbucks chorus, right?
From Dan Bakkedahl to Bob Wiltfong (alphabetically).
Reprising his role as Sarah's deadbeat ex.
This week's episode was chock full of eighties-comedy attitudes towards virginity.
Netflix has abandoned pilots, and some networks are doing it, too, betting it will make TV better and cheaper.
Kevin and Selita prepare for a baby. Huh?
The gang goes camping and men try to be men.
Finally learning about Melinda May. Also, a ghost.
We’re back in sweet, safe Mindy Project territory again this week.
Based on the book Song Yet Sung.
After years of showing promise, Terence Winter's HBO show finally delivered.
As one of Jess's exes.
This season seems committed to showing the descent of Kyle.
Once upon a time we all went out to get our drink on,
When who should walk in, but a girl with sweater tight and pink on.
And why this food-obsessed writer eventually came back, learning to love Diners, Dives and Drive-Ins for what it is.