True Detective is ending this Sunday, which means no more Rust Cohle monologues about how life is utterly meaningless and nothing matters. But not to worry! There are plenty of ...
“Leslie, would you like to run a branch of the national parks service?” Two episodes after saying goodbye to Ann and Chris, Parks and Recreation sets up the foundation for Leslie’s departure as well- and quite possibly the show’s.
Feelings of jealousy emerge in Fitz, who must confront a hard truth at a presidential event. Elsewhere, Quinn tries to impress B613; and Leo arranges for Sally to meet with an old friend.
After a three month hiatus, Once Upon A Time in Wonderland returned to answer the question what happens to The Knave now that he is in the Genie’s bottle.
Fresh off Oliver running into Slade Wilson for the first time off the island (AHHH!), and a three-minute trailer for the rest of the season that had fans foaming at the mouth, Arrow followed it up with one of the best episodes of the season.
It’s a hard knock life…
“Sister I,” “Sister II” and “Sister III” are three pretty dull episode titles, but at least it’ll be easy to look back and label that strange New Girl arc where Jess’s sister came to stay in the loft.
The teaser trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction dropped earlier today.
Our journey (does anyone else still watch this crap?) with Almost Human has come to an end. Considering this “finale” received the show’s lowest ratings of its entire first season, there’s little hope or reason for a second season.