Ineptitude proves to be a worse enemy than cruelty or zombies on tonight’s consequence-laden episode of “The Walking Dead.”
When the Wolves invade the domestic bliss of Alexandria, there’s little time for conversation.
Even as Alexandria remains calm, there’s still plenty of tension surrounding the increasing coldness of Rick Grimes.
The second episode of NBC’s revival series answers some questions, asks some more and leaves us scratching our heads and itching for more on others.
As the first season of Arrow comes to an earth-shaking end, Malcolm Merlyn’s scheme is exposed, Oliver and Laurel finally demonstrate why they belong together, and one of the characters makes the ultimate sacrifice.
In “Darkness on the Edge of Town,” the penultimate episode of Arrow‘s first season, Oliver finally learns what the Undertaking is, Fyers reveals what he’s up to, and Malcolm Merlyn ties up loose ends.
In “The Undertaking,” Oliver finally gets around to rescuing Walter, Moira’s involvement in Malcolm’s scheme is exposed, Team Arrow gets back together, and we stop feeling so bad about the death Frank Chen.
As John Diggle sees an opportunity to take out Deadshot, Oliver is faced with a decision whether to help his friend or protect Laurel. Tommy, meanwhile, is confronted by some tough choices of his own.
in “Cold War,” the Doctor and Clara find themselves in the early 1980s, trapped aboard a sinking Soviet nuclear submarine with the crew and a very old foe: an ice Warrior.
The Doctor takes an indecisive Clara to the Rings of Akhaten, seven planets that orbit a red sun, but somewhere along the way, the script takes a wrong turn.
The Count returns to Arrow this week as Vertigo again floods the streets of Starling City, sending Oliver Queen in search of the source, and Detective Lance on the trail of Tommy Merlyn.
Doctor Who returns for the second half of Season 7 with a new companion — an awesome one at that — a new TARDIS interior, an old villain, and a vaguely familiar plot.