In spite of how much the mothers of Big Little Lies may want to protect their children from the harshness of the world around them, they will inevitably discover that darkness for themselves.
As Captain Francis Crozier battles his inner demons, the beast that stalks the men of the Franklin Expedition strikes again.
Dig Dug is all about growing up and getting out of town, whether that means visiting your mama or turning Upside Down.
“Let’s Pretend We’re Strangers” is by and far the most gruesome, action-packed, and high stakes episode of Wynonna Earp since the season one finale.
It’s time to team up with parents and estranged siblings, it’s time to rob an evidence room, destroy an evil utility van, and make a sense-dep tank out of a kiddie pool. “The Bathtub” pulls together all the show’s plot threads into one propulsive rope of suspense.
There is a monster under every bed. There is a monster under everywhere. Chapter Six of Stranger Things is all about getting to know the faceless bad boy that haunts Hawkins.
Get out your string theory textbooks, “The Flea and the Acrobat” injects some theoretical physics into the Stranger Things mythology.
We've got another exclusive clip from an upcoming episode of AMC's Preacher!
In “We’ll Always Have Baltimore” it seems we’re seeing how the women inmates at Litchfield are being punished in the small, yet significant ways.
Like the ghost of that lemon puckering your lips, “Babylon” leaves a bitter memory.
Ray Velcoro is set on a heroic path in the face of overwhelming darkness in "Other Lives."
What easter eggs (or rather dragon eggs) did you miss on the latest episode of Game of Thrones? Find out in our video recap of season 5 episode 5, "Kill the Boy".
Is there a better way to spend this holiday weekend than watching a depressing HBO episode about dysfunctional people and their crumbling lives? HAHA, breakups are hilarious!
Hidey-ho readeroonies! I hope you enjoyed Orphan Black’s season 2, episode 5, “Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est” (translation: “knowledge itself is power”), because otherwise this recap wherein I gush over the skillful storytelling is going to be weird. Don’t make it weird.
“Mukozuke” succeeds in providing the contemplative space that other serial killer centric shows don’t. It’s a case study in what we will let our icons get away with and what makes them different from us and the fictional people they prey on.