Dead of Summer EPs Elaborate on That Killer Twist, Preview 'Intense' Finale
Heads up, campers: The following article contains major spoilers from Tuesday’s Dead of Summer. Proceed at your own risk. READ MORE
Pretty Little Liars Recap: Old Flames
Too Close to Home: Is Tyler Perry's TLC Drama Just Crazy Enough to Work?
Monday night marked the debut of TLC’s first-ever scripted series Too Close to Home — a political soap created, executive-produced, written and directed by Tyler Perry — and after spending the past 19 hours in quiet reflection, we’re finally ready to talk about it. READ MORE & GRADE IT
Mistresses Recap: Pill Street Blues
There are things to celebrate about this week’s Mistresses: the absence of bratty teen Lucy and awful Aussie Kate, the jaw-dropping beauty of Karen’s blue lace dress, and especially the insanity of Lydia dropping in during her boss’ “appetizer” course. READ MORE
Guilt Recap: Molly's Killer Revealed! Plus — Was That the Series Finale?
When Molly Ryan’s murderer confesses to his/her crime a mere 15 minutes into Monday’s (series?) finale of Guilt, you know there’s another twist coming — and the Freeform drama certainly delivered one. READ MORE & GRADE IT
Last Ship Recap: Arrested Development
The Night Of Recap: Making a Murderer
Don’t feel insecure if you find yourself intermittently hitting the “pause” button to relieve the sense of nameless dread that creeps in during any given episode of The Night Of.
With only one episode left of HBO’s methodical, meticulous summer crime thriller, I find I’m often overcome by the urge to READ MORE
Power Recap: Meet the New Boss
Need to catch up? Check out last week’s Power recap and post mortem here.
If there were an Olympic medal for keeping your friends close but your enemies closer, Power‘s Ghost would take gold after this week’s episode. READ MORE
Fear the Walking Dead Midseason Premiere Recap: The Hills Have Eyes
Returning for the second half of its second season Sunday, Fear the Walking Dead followed Nick down the long and perilous road to Tijuana. Yes, go ahead, you can say it. “How long and perilous was it?” READ MORE