“Our story is not over,” begins Jughead’s narration for the season 2 premiere of Riverdale. Hell yeah, it isn’t! Welcome to the town where there’s creepy wig rooms, strange obsessions with maple syrup, dramatic funerals, and an absurd amount…
It's a strange move considering that Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is critically acclaimed, won what is only the network's second Golden Globe, has quirky musical numbers that go viral, and features Rachel Bloom's rack on a regular basis.
It's a Britney Spears guest appearance, b*tch! Plus, Xiomara's past gets in the way of Alba's future, and Jane is once again undecided who she loves... other than Britney Spears.
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.
Our conversation starter this week assumes you have a holodeck and can travel to any fictional TV universe you want. Where would you go first?
With no Scream Queens to recap this week, we take an in-depth look at the most likely suspects to be the mastermind behind all the murders so far.
Kidnapping rarely turns out to be as romantic as you think it will. Also, as Jane prepares for her baby's baptism, she faces a difficult decision about whether or not to enter grad school.
Captain Cold gets kidnapped! This looks like a job for... anyone but Team Flash, because seriously, screw that guy.
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.
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.
A new season, a new name, a new uniform... and a new villain haunting Star City. Meet Damien Darhk and the ghosts. Plus, a freaking flash-forward because everyone apparently has to do that now, darn you, Shonda Rhimes!
Season 2 of The Flash kicks off with a great big yummy bowl of mac & cheese. Also, a new villain called Atom-Smasher, a peak into an alternate universe, and happy news for Barry's dad.
Hey, girl... The CW has snagged the rights to two blockbusters and are transforming them into new TV series.
You may have heard about the all-new Archie comic book relaunch a while back, but did you know that the red-headed high schooler is also headed for television? Riverdale, a live action series based on the new Archie comics, will be coming soon to your TVs.
Sex And the City 2 pretty much killed the franchise dead, and Carrie Bradshaw was condemned to the Fourth Circle of Hell, i.e., high school, for all eternity. Okay, it was just two seasons, but it felt like an eternity. Oh, who am I kidding--I LOVED IT.
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?
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.