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While more are certain to be announced as the months go by, here are 9 great shows that we already know are coming to an end in 2016, from comedies to dramas and everything in between. Join us in mourning their future departures.
From the fantastical to the darkly gritty, fight scenes ruled all in 2015. There's nothing a little good old-fashioned violence can't solve. A look back at the top ten greatest small screen fight scenes that took place over the course of the last year.
While it would have been impossible to include every WTF moment that passed in front of our eyes this year, here are the 16 most bonkers surprises, twists, deaths and all around oddities that TV gave us in 2015.
Here are my choices for the top 10 TV shows of 2015, culled from a list dozens deep. There are scores of shows left off of this list that I would have sworn were shoe-ins as I was watching them. And after it’s been posted, I’ll probably change my mind on an hourly basis until 2016 is underway.
This upcoming Sunday night is going to be a major bummer, as it’ll be the first weekend over two months that we won’t get to watch a new episode of HBO’s The Leftovers. Thankfully, we're getting another season. But there's also bad news.
Spoilers for The Leftovers Season 2 finale below. Join the rest of the Departed if you don’t want to know what happened. Hurry up and watch it.
Here are 10 shows whose names are probably familiar even though you’ve somehow never gotten around to checking them out. Some are new, some are established, and all of them are criminally underwatched. Take notes.
The trailer you are about to watch may initially confuse you, as there are occasionally people smiling and having a swell time, and there is a general feeling of mirth and goodwill. But this is definitely a preview for Season 2 of HBO’s downer-than-the-downest-down drama The Leftovers, and that becomes more apparent as it goes on.
The Leftovers will be making plenty of changes headed into Season 2. The Damon Lindelof drama will be totally switching things up this summer in terms of casting and location, and now we have some ideas regarding exactly where the HBO drama is headed.
You can only swim, hike, tan and play baseball for so long before you need to take an hour off and relax indoors with your favorite show. Fortunately, we have a handy schedule of premiere dates to make that process easier. Here's our summer TV premiere schedule.
While some people obviously have severe problems with nudity and violence on television, I revel in that kind of stuff. But it was still no easy task to put together the 10 most explicit TV series of 2014, because some of these shows’ filters seem to either be absent or clogged with hair and viscera. What a year, though.
Season 2 isn’t expected to begin airing until the summer of 2015, so it could be some time before the entire new season totally comes together. The show is currently figuring out where it will go during the next set of episodes, and HBO’s drama recently decided to make some big changes for Season 2.
I can’t imagine anyone expected “The Prodigal Son Returns” to be a marathon of joyful surface conversations, and it was indeed yet another exercise in uncharacteristically enjoyable drama eked out through surreality, violence and questionable coincidences. Just like your grandmother used to make.
Choosing not to progress the sobering events at the end of last week’s episode, The Leftovers instead chooses to finally clue viewers into the events of the days prior to the Sudden Departure that led the series premiere. And I guess it’s no surprise that things weren’t completely hunky dory back then, either,
What can possibly happen to Kevin next week? Will he finally read the National Geographic that had Cairo on the cover, perhaps stumbling upon a key to a lock to a hint of a ghost of a clue as to what is happening to him?