It’s Vega’s birthday, and Dash gets a vision of her murder… except he doesn’t, and nothing in the vision could have happened if he didn’t have the vision in the first place, and why’d she put the watch in her own murder museum in the first place, and none of this crap make sense, but enjoy it anyway.
Tonight on “The Bachelorette,” I mean, “Jane the Virgin”: Jane must decide between the two men she loves, one of whom has kinda just knocked up someone else.
In this week’s Quantico recap, Shelby and Alex can’t stop pulling each other’s pigtails in the past and future. Simon is working both sides, frowny face emoticon. And the FBI is full of idiots.
When you’re having trouble coming up with a monster of the week, why not just smush together two from last season? Toss in an evil dagger, some mumbo-jumbo about Jack the Ripper, and stir.
Is it that time of the season already when Carrie goes off her meds and gets a little bit crazy? Yep, and it doesn’t look like her happy new relationship is going to survive it. But who needs love when you’ve got all those fun hallucinations.
On Survivor: old grudges die hard, a reward challenge has mixed results, and immunity is a dangerous game.
This week on Once, poorly kept secrets are revealed! King Arthur’s wife just might be having an affair! Henry ain’t exactly a lady killer! And air pollution has harmful effects on your health!
Politics! Kidnapping! Mr. Terrific! What more could you ask for in an Arrow recap? This week, Felicity has to lay off a bunch of people while Thea goes homicidal maniac and Anarky takes over Star City during the mayoral race.
Another Flash pops in from a parallel universe to help Barry learn to ride the lightning, and what do you know, it’s just in time to use his new trick against Sand Demon, the one villain it’s perfect for.
The Walking Dead returns for Season 6, bringing with it more zombies than all of the other seasons put together, and Rick’s got a plan to lead them on a march down the highway to hell.
Could it be Michaela is falling in love with her murder-y, incest-y client? Can Annalise bring herself to kill her sometimes-boyfriend’s wife? And would the movie Mean Girls have been funnier with a touch more murder, or would that just be Heathers all over again?
“We’re always on the lookout for the hot, new thing, and we never take the time to appreciate what we have now.”
“Homeland” learns the hard way to fear the artists lest they art at you! With critical graffiti that makes it on the air on your very own show.
“Is this a watch that warns him about a future murder or a watch that warns him about a future case of the squirts? Because let’s face it, both of those would be equally useful.”
When the FBI comes a-knockin’, Lucious and Cookie put aside their differences, call a truce, and decide to co-produce a music video together. It doesn’t go well.
It’s election day! And Halloween! And prison time! Plus, the requisite murders. Man, if you’re gonna cram this much into one measly hour, no wonder there’s no time to make it make sense.
FOX is cutting Minority Report’s freshman season short, but the recaps round on for now. This week, Dash gets laid, thanks to a totally botched vision. See, sometimes it’s a good thing to suck at your job.
Season 2 of “Jane the Virgin” is here, and so is Jane’s baby!!! Aaaaaaaaand now it’s gone. Better get used to kidnappings if you’re gonna live in a telenovela, little guy.
“Glee” takes a cheap shot at easy ratings with a school shooting that wasn’t. Just how far off the mark were they? Let’s recap.
Detective Jim Gordon is moving up in the world under the wing of Gotham’s new top cop. Meanwhile, kidnapping Penguin’s mother seems like an especially dumb move on behalf of the city’s new top bad guy.