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In ‘Fort Defiance,’ FX’s ‘The Strain’ makes a strong case for Zach Goodweather to assume the mantle of The Worst Character on Television.
After a string of poor decisions, the characters of ‘BoJack Horseman’ find themselves ready for a change as season 2 draws to a close.
After attacking L.A. and New York City, shark-infested tornados storm the east coast in ‘Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!’.
Spike’s six-hour miniseries delivers an historical drama that is more airy swashbuckling adventure than it is compelling coming-of-age tale.
The funny and sad anthropomorphic adventures of BoJack Horseman continue in the fantastic season 2 premiere: ‘Brand New Couch.’
FX’s relationship comedy ‘Married’ returns for a second helping of underwhelming domestic bliss in the season 2 premiere: ‘Thanksgiving.’
‘Masters of Sex’ returns with a tricky time jump to push the characters into a new dynamic in the season 3 premiere: ‘Parliament of Owls.’
The investigation into Caspere’s death turns turns violent in a stunning way in ‘True Detective’ season 2, episode 4: ‘Down Will Come.’
In the season 2 premiere of ‘The Strain,’ Ephraim and his team search for a way to defeat vampires, while we get The Master’s origin.
Now that the ‘Supergirl’ pilot has been shown to fans at Comic-Con 2015, we run down the good and bad of CBS’ new DC Comics series.
In ‘Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll,’ Denis Leary returns to FX for the first time since ‘Rescue Me’ with a new show that’s very entertaining and very Leary.
‘Key & Peele’ returns with its season 5 premiere, but it doesn’t bring the amount of laughs that the show’s fans are used to with it.
Vanessa faces off against the demon, while the others must face their sins in the ‘Penny Dreadful’ season 2 finale: ‘And They Were Enemies.’