This week on Homeland, Carrie goes to Saul for help, but doesn’t get the answer she was expecting.
This week on Once, we get to meet sexy Merlin’s crazy ex girlfriend, Emma finds a spark in the most PG-13 of places, Zelena makes morons out of the entire cast for the millionth time, Arthur continues to suck royally, and all the Biggest Assholes on the Planet get together and throw a kickass rager in Emma’s basement.
Introducing the Red Lady from Corabee/a nursery rhyme monster as scary as can be/she attacks and she stings and she makes you crazy/when she haunts the good people of Sleepy (…Hollow)
If NBC doesn’t want him, the CW is more than happy to welcome Constantine to its superhero universe. And he’s on a mission to save Sara’s soul.
Sinclair tries to pin Nate for murder while Annalise defends a crazy stalker. This is great time for Laurel and Oliver to shine–if anyone will let them.
Penguin crashes Theo’s election party, because it ain’t a Gotham party until at least a dozen random bystanders are brutally murdered.
Barry is caught between his past and future girlfriends, Harrison joins Team Flash, and Jay says, “Screw you guys, I’m going home to a parallel universe.”
When Booth and Bones come to Sleepy Hollow, even an army of zombies somehow can’t keep this crossover interesting.
Oh no, Hakeem got kidnapp– oh wait, no, he’s back already. So… what are we gonna do with the next 45 minutes of this episode?
“Stronger Together” (S1 E02) Or, “Supergirl Relearns”. Supergirl causes an ecological disaster and realizes she sucks, so she enlists her friends to help her learn how to be a superhero… for the second time in as many weeks.
Superheroing is hard! But don’t worry, it’s nothing a training montage can’t fix. What do mean, we already did that last week?
Mysteries abound! Is #2 speaking from the beyond the grave? Did Dean Munsch kill her ex? Will any of these plots have proper motive and characterization?
Jane has finally decided who she wants to spend the rest of her life with and raise her baby with and yeah that’s not going to last long, right?
So many mommy and daddy and twin sister issues. Is there anything worse than family? You know, besides terrorism.
You know what’s hard? Being a hero on a Show About Heroes. Why? Because every time you try to do something heroic, there are always at least ten other people lining up to do it first.
This week on Homeland, Quinn is much better at killing other people than killing himself.
Amazon explores Philip K. Dick’s alternative reality where the Nazis conquer the United States, and you can watch episode 1 free! Inquire inside.
Bad cops do bad things. Heroes do heroic things. And recently resurrected feral ninjas do whatever it is that recently resurrected feral ninjas do.
The Lazarus Pit lives up to its name, and there’s a new supervillain who… peals off his tattoos and throws them at people? Seriously?
Attack of the Man-Shark! No wait, it’s Reverse Firestorm! There’s a lot of weirdness going on in this week’s The Flash recap.