The series finale of The Terror manages to make the loss of the Franklin Expedition palpable, heartwrenching and very real.
Fresh meat is back on the menu as we bid farewell to many beloved characters on this week's episode of The Terror.
Fitzjames and Crozier bond, Hickey's evil nature is revealed, and an uninvited guest crashes a fog covered court martial on another fantastic episode of AMC's The Terror.
On the latest episode of The Terror, there’s a skeleton crew aboard ship, skeletal seamen sledging for rescue, and skeletons in Mr. Hickey’s closet.
On the latest episode of AMC's The Terror, Captain Crozier fights for his sobriety, Silence lives up to her name, and the expedition's winter carnival becomes a fiery nightmare.
As Captain Francis Crozier battles his inner demons, the beast that stalks the men of the Franklin Expedition strikes again.
Episode 4 of The Terror begins with a welcome respite from the Arctic cold, but by the end things are looking even more bleak for the men of the Franklin Expedition.
As depicted by AMC's new series The Terror, the story of Sir John Franklin’s lost Arctic expedition is full of mysteries. Here are 10 astonishing real-life facts about the Franklin Expedition.
Episode three of AMC’s The Terror centers on the burial of two bodies: one unceremoniously dumped in a hole by the men of the Franklin Expedition, the other brutally interred in ice by the beast that hunts them.
AMC's The Terror transmutes a great historical mystery into a chilling horror series worthy of the best of prestige TV. Join DorkShelf.com every Monday as we recap the ten episode television event.