Castle is all about secrets, surveillance and military strikes in “The Human Factor.” The episode provides the most technologically-sophisticated cause of death yet—a drone. With no body, no proof and no witnesses, the team must rely on their instincts to guide them.
As How I Met Your Mother creeps closer to its season finale, troubles a foot. "Something Old" sheds light on Robin's marital fears, while Barney finds a new laser tag partner. While Robin's having problems getting reading for the wedding, we're bothered by a certain impending departure.
As the end of the season draws near, Revenge makes its final stand. "Engagement" has Emily slip Daniel's ring back on her finger, and with it, all the complications you could imagine. As she climbs back in bed with the family that ruined hers, someone from her past puts themselves on the line.
If you thought last week's episode slowed momentum, you were wrong. Mad Men's barely giving you time to catch your breath. "For Immediate Release" changed the face of the business we love, in more ways than one.
Finally, with "Second Star to the Right," Once Upon a Time found its groove again. The disappointingly-uneven season came together with the episode, which explores the truth behind Neverland in the Once universe.
Happy Endings season finale is upon us. "Deuce Babylove 2: Electric Babydeuce" and "Brothas and Sisters" was everything last week wasn't. Even though meeting the other Kerkovitch sister was worrying, we're more terrified that the show won't be around for us to see her again. After last night, losing this epic sitcom seems criminal.
In "High-Value Target," Nikita and company have to work under the gun--literally. Madame President has had enough of Division's antics and is ready to shut it down. Meanwhile, Sam is still trying to make a buck off the black box.
Community's fourth season has been a little behind schedule. However, last night's "Heroic Origins," couldn't have been more fitting to the times--what with Iron Man 3 and all. The show paid homage to comic books and M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable, studying the individual histories of each...
Glee went full Stevie Wonder last night. Aside from covers of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" and "Higher Ground," "Wonder-ful" was filled with good news. Some of the glee kids got accepted into the school of their dreams, while others see their entertainment careers advancing rapidly.Plus, Kate Hudson returns as Cassandra July, to once again...
It's all about the past in The Big Bang Theory‘s “The Proton Resurgence.” Sheldon learns that the host of his favorite childhood science show is available for parties--so he hires him. Professor Proton, now an elderly man, is less than enthused about meeting Sheldon, Leonard, and Penny.
In this week's Elementary, Sherlock's determination to find Moriarty grows in "A Landmark Story." We're getting closer to the truth but the main characters, and part of the episode's story, is alienated as a result.
It's a full hour of The Office this week with the episode "Livin' the Dream," highlighted by two big career changes for Dwight and Andy. Check below for the full review...
Tonight's season finale of Parks and Recreation might very well be a series finale if NBC decides not to renew the excellent TV comedy. But surely that's crazy talk, yes? And so we close the curtain on season five with the episode "Are You Better Off?". Check below for the full review....
On How I Met Your Mother, it's time for the most momentous occasion of a guy’s life. But Barney Stinson isn’t any guy. “The Bro Mitzvah” is for the gentleman that lives by a code, and knows how to wear a suit. When The Karate Kid comes to play, you know things are going to get legen—wait for it—dary!
“Still" is the ultimate shipper episode of Castle. The Caskett relationship is tested to the max when Castle's willing to risk his life for the chance to save Beckett.
"The Evil Queen" sets Once Upon a Time up for its second season finale. The episode focuses on Regina’s latest fall into darkness, along with flashbacks of her Fairytale Land attempts at goodness to foreshadow her impending inner conflict.
Revenge returned with some classic humiliation. "Identity" had Emily struggling with her next step, Nolan attempting to unmask a nemesis and Victoria trying to keep her hidden kin a secret. Though we enjoyed seeing some past behaviors revisited, old problems are getting on our nerves.
Last night's Mad Men dealt with a historical loss—the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "The Flood" left everyone grasping for understanding much like those who really suffered through the tragedy. While people were reeling, one or two developments still managed to break through.
Happy Endings returned last night after a brief interlude. "The Ballad of Los Sarofsky" gave Rob Corddry a chance to spread his wings as the Car Czar, and "Un-Sabotagable" saw the return of Max's enviable arch-rival Chase, played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar. One's return was celebrated, while the other was lackluster.
"You missed a lot" says a lot about "Self-Destruct." This week's Nikita brings Ryan back into the fold. After recovering from his gun shot wound, he's shocked to see what's happened in his absence. Also, Alex has gone AWOL in an attempt to right some past wrongs.