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So much Big Brother, so little time in the live episode to actually cover it all. Spoilers ahead from tonight's episode of Big Brother, including which houseguest was evicted...
The second part of the two-night Big Brother Season 17 premiere aired tonight, introducing the remaining houseguests and the first official BB Takeover... assuming the Entertainment Tonight Kevin Frazier appearance last night doesn't count.
While Game of Thrones has was never been shy about dishing out misery and misfortune to its main characters, Sunday’s Season 5 finale may have proven to be the most wantonly woeful single episode in the series’ history for just about everyone that matters. Spoilers abound.
For the past four episodes, we’ve watched and sympathized with Matt Dillon’s Special Agent Ethan Burke, who clearly had no idea what the hell was up with this oddball town where escaping is against “the rules.” And tonight's episode changed everything.
Season 5 of Game of Thrones has stumbled perhaps more than any other but last week’s game-changing installment was a possible ‘Best in Show.’ Can “Dance with Dragons” live up to the fantasy’s other spectacular penultimate episodes? If you like dragons, you won’t be disappointed.
Instead of bottle episodes, Game of Thrones does battle episodes. After the staggering success of its first season, the HBO’s fantasy series has slipped installment encompassing showdowns into two of the next three. Well, with “Hardhome,” it’s now three of the next four. That’s how it was being touted at least.
Rotten Tomatoes is certainly not the be-all and end-all when it comes to film and television criticism but when a series that has never dipped below 90% is suddenly ‘rotten,’ that’s saying something. Game of Thrones earned that 58% with a truly subpar outing last week. Was “The Gift” a return to form?
A season of small-scale storytelling on Supernatural could only end in an abandoned Mexican restaurant in Nebraska. Season 10 dropped the typical end-of-the-world season-long arc in favor of a dilemma that pushed Sam and Dean’s brotherly bond to its breaking point.
Wow to the wow, The Flash delivered a season finale that just doesn’t happen that often on TV. One that packed an emotional punch, an intelligent dilemma, and two of the biggest WTF moments of the entire season.
How have six episodes already passed? It feels like Game of Thrones‘s fifth season premiere was yesterday. Before “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken,” viewers were already treated to one wedding but it didn’t live up to GOT’s usual nuptial nastiness.
After last week’s big cliffhanger, Arrow wrapped up its mediocre third season with a solid finale. “My Name Is Oliver Queen” was full of exciting showdowns and some fun references to the rest of the DCU. Not to mention a happy ending. The sun even made an appearance.
“The Prisoner” was the best episode of this show I’ve seen since “Road Trip” in Season 9. The most amazing part of this hour was that it delivered the goods without a typical Supernatural plot. The characters, their interactions, and their growth were all it took to give us a dynamite hour of television.
That was a terrific episode of Game of Thrones. The fantasy series’ streamlined storytelling has proved incredibly effective so far this season and “Kill the Boy” contained even fewer threads than last week’s exciting installment. Here's what happened.
Oh my god, something huge happened! For sure. One hundred percent. No way that this is some trick. Nope, the entire supporting cast of Arrow went through some huge changes this week, and it wasn’t even the season finale!
“Dark Dynasty” reminded us of the love that Sam, Castiel, and Charlie have for Dean. They will go to any length to save their friend from the Mark of Cain, even if their plan for saving him involves going behind his back, working with Rowena, and messing with the Book of the Damned.