The midseason finale does what every comic fan expected for Skye and company, and that means an anticlimactic finish for what’s been a mostly Marvelous season.
Easter egg clues to the Kree’s role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are only the icing on a tense episode that sets up the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. winter finale.
As Alfred gets his hands dirty and Ivy reemerges, the Fox drama brings its cast together for a fall finale that’s thin on real development.
A largely boilerplate episode finishes in strong form as the secret origin of Daniel Whitehall reveals new wrinkles in Season 2’s story arc.
A strong debut from the future villain and a surprisingly fun police plot still can’t shake the drama’s two-faced nature.
The famed character actor will join the Skyfall creative team with sources indicating the Inglourious Basterds alum will again play the villain, this time opposite Daniel Craig.
Coulson flashes back to the big mystery of Season 1, and the action drags as we wait for Hydra to step back into the fray.
Gotham bruises its knuckles hammering away at another predictable plot, but at least the brutal violence delivers exactly what it promises.
As it closes its first act, Gotham gets a slight lift from some confident flourishes before sliding back into its uneven pattern.
The author discusses his new television series, which is devoted to tacking down missing artifacts, from the Ground Zero flag to James Bond’s car.
Under siege from Hydra, the team splits up to save its reputation against Ward’s unsavory brother in an episode that pushes characters forward.
Harvey Bullock’s backstory gets a workover as Gordon, Montoya and the Penguin collide in a more confident episode of the Fox drama.