In the second episode of Wayward Pines, Ethan and Beverly fail to escape, but at least they get an awkward and inexplicable dinner invitation out of it. Also, you’ll be totally shocked to learn the sheriff is a bad guy.
The new season of The Bachelorette kicks off with two women competing for the title and no shortage of preposterous douchebags vying for undying love or 15 minutes of fame, whichever comes first.
This week on Game of Thrones, the series’ war on weddings with poor Sansa Stark the latest victim. Also, Arya gets a promotion, Margaery gets a demotion, Bronn and Jamie play dress-up, and Tyrion and Jorah make some new friends with benefits, but, perhaps, not the kind of benefits they were hoping for.
It’s the last Mad Men ever! Who will choose love? Who chooses work? Who chooses family? Who will suck so bad at love and family they have nothing left but work? Okay, yeah, that last one was always going to be Don. Get ready for life-changing decisions and tearful phone calls galore!
Welcome to Wayward Pines. It’s got a two-word title and northwestern exposure like Twin Peaks, people are stuck in a mysterious place like Lost, and it has secret agents like The Prisoner. The only things missing are humor, originality, wit and irony. But it’s an M. Night Shyamalan joint so what did you expect?
In the second to last ever Mad Men, Don turns into a drifter in a cheap mid-America motel room, Betty is strongest at her weakest, and Pete just might get everything he’s every wanted and more.
We’re one episode away from the season finale, and Flash tries to clear all his supervillain prisoners out of town before Harribard’s big attack. It’s a dumb plan that goes poorly. But at least we get a huge battle scene out of it.
Season finale time! Team Arrow fights to save Starling City from complete destruction, and before it’s all over, there’s a new Ra’s al Ghul in charge of the League of Assassins. Plus, Oliver ends up happy… but how long can that last?
In the episode before the season finale, Oliver kills all his friends. Or so we’re supposed to believe. But everything wraps up with a beautiful wedding, so it’s a happy Jane Austen-esque ending, right?
This week on Game of Thrones, Dany feeds her dragon kids a gourmet lunch. Greyworm lives to be ball-less another day. Jon Snow grows a pair. Sansa comes to terms with just how badly her life sucks. Tyrion grudgingly acknowledges the perks of being held hostage.
It’s the second to last episode of the season! While hunting for Eddie, who’s been kidnapped by Harrison, Joe manages to get himself kidnapped, not by Harrison but by a 2,000-lbs. psychic gorilla.
“It would appear Mirror Universe episodes really need at least a couple of the regular universe characters to cross over, to counterbalance all the cartoonish evil on display.”
Season finale time! Jane goes into labor while her mom kinda sorta accidentally gets married, and the evil drug kingpin Sin Rostro finally makes herself relevant to the whole pregnancy plotline.
The season finale of Arrow is just around the corner, but first: Oliver heads back to Starling City to murder Nyssa, Team Arrow learns to let go, and Black Canary tries out her new toy.
This week on Once Upon a Time’s dramatic two-part season finale, the Author proved himself to be the crappiest alt-world fanfiction writer ever. Snow White got a new, even worse haircut. (Yes, it is possible!) A few people died, then un-died. A long-awaited “I love you” was exchanged. Old Dirty Homeless-Looking Mickey remained Old Dirty and Homeless-Looking, then died and stayed dead. And Storybrooke got both a new Author and a brand new Lord Assholes.
It’s the third to last Mad Men: Joan gets a new partner and makes Hobart an offer. Roger and Peggy share a special moment and both display hidden talents. Don goes on a road trip and encounters someone from his past.
“And maybe I’m too jaded by Mirror Universe episodes by now, but I’m not at all surprised they blew up the Enterprise, on a show called Enterprise.”
So no one told Jane life was going to be this way: her love life’s a joke, her novel is DOA, and she has a high school reunion to go to.
GAME OF THRONES: Population Control
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Once has gone and delivered us an hour filled with mother/daughter reunions, mother/daughter reconciliations, mother/daughter bonding sessions, and a fire-breathing dragon who burns people’s faces off . . . You know, the usual . . .