Allison is on the run. It looks like Saul and Carrie are together again for real, and both are back in the CIA’s good graces, but isn’t anyone the least bit worried about Peter Quinn?
This week on Once, everybody got to reminisce about that time when Emma turned Hook into a GIANT ASSHOLE, and then made everyone stare into a dreamcatcher, until they forgot that she did it. Also this week, Hook acts like a GIANT ASSHOLE, but at least he looks really hot doing it.]
Jessica Jones has been a comic book hero for less than ten years and yet she’s been chosen to headline the MCU’s latest Netflix installment. Is this rookie worth binge watching? SPOILER FREE REVIEW.
A week late, but still probably much too soon after Paris, we get bombs going off all over National City while Supergirl is supposed to be… babysitting. Sheesh.
Fishbach makes a surprising show of prowess, Jeremy sees double, and Ciera’s big move finally happens – all on this week’s Survivor.
It’s Freda vs. Hakeem in the rap battle of the century, but how will this affect his Pepsi endorsement deal or the unborn child he doesn’t know about? Life is so complicated!
There’s an even bigger, badder big bad coming to Sleepy Hollow, but the FBI is on it like– DAMN IT, JENNY, DID YOU GET POSSESSED AGAIN?!
Chanel is excited to go to Chad’s for Thanksgiving but an uninvited guest threatens to ruin her good time. Meanwhile, everyone at the Kappa Thanksgiving takes turn accusing each other of being the killer. What’s there to be thankful for again?
This week on Homeland, Peter’s new friends aren’t being very nice to him. Dar is angry for a change. Saul and Etai play chess, and Carrie and Allison meet for coffee.
Jane needs to find a baby sitter for Baby Mateo but maybe she should find one for the other people in her life who need managing: Rogelio, who can’t control his money; Petra, who has to keep hiding bodies; and Michael, who keeps digging into Sin Rostro when no one asks for that subplot.
It’s the episode we’ve all been waiting for: who shot Annalise? The flashforwards and flashbacks will make your head spin if the shocking reveal doesn’t. Seriously, we flash forward and back a lot here.
Someone said something mean about Supergirl on the radio! There’s only one thing that could mean – a fight to the death!
It’s a very Gotham wedding, but not really. Jim makes out with Barbara, but not really. Barbara falls to her death, but not really. It’s all very interesting, but not really.
Cookie’s new plan for a concert in the park is no picnic, and her nice romantic dinner with her son is all kinds of weird.
The Kappa sisters exchange scary stories, but the real horror comes from Hester’s plans to sabotage Chanel. Boone convinces people that he is a ghost so he can carry out his unfinished business. We could call the Ghostbusters, but even they couldn’t save these people from their own stupidity.
How I Met Your Mother isn’t coming back, and How I Met Your Father won’t ever exist, but the show runners have come up with something new. Well, sort of new, maybe.
During Once’s second (less important) hour, Storybrooke’s junior varsity team of characters (Merida, Mulan, Red, Arthur and Zelena) compete against one another to see who will be the first to find an ugly hat. Then, someone finds the hat, but decides not to wear it because of “morals and stuff.”
A lot can happen in 28 days: grad school, Baby Mateo growing up, Petra’s pregnancy. Let’s see what the next set of 28 days will bring. And then the next…
It all gets complicated between Simon and the twins. Miranda takes Charley to work, but it doesn’t go as planned. Alex learns a new skill from Booth.
Carrie asks Allison for help. What a coincidence! Allison also wants something from Carrie — her life. Peter Quinn’s storyline continues to operate completely separately, but we’re sure it’ll connect with everything else sooner or later.