In the aftermath of Ace's wreck and Nancy's question, we find out what happened and take a trip to the spiritual realm. So...pretty typical Wednesday.
The few left living in Castle Rock find a place to hole up for safety and end up saying goodbye to a town fixture.
The real object behind the heist is revealed, as everyone prepares for Purge night to begin. And no, I won't stop making the siren sound.
Episode 5 continues the journey north with some disturbing scenes...
Castle Rock follows up that shocker last week with a bunch of folks on a nice stroll.
Marcus finds out what he did, Esme and Ryan get closer, and Kelen and Ben get further apart.
Lyra and the Gyptians meet a few possible converts to their cause, including a talkin' bear. What a time to be alive.
It's Thanksgiving in Riverdale, so time for some cannibalism and axe-wielding strangers in bunny masks. Yep. Sure.
The Drew crew holds a seance and learns a little bit more about the mysteries surrounding them. Meanwhile, Nancy finally asks the toughest question.
Ace says he's telling a story about starting over, as everything that once happened on this land happens again. And then I begin screaming.
We finally get to meet Bobby Sheridan, the voice of the Purge, and we find out that Marcus is beset on all sides by danger.
Lyra learns the truth about her birth and we get a glimpse of just how far Mrs. Coulter will go.
The show tries to kill me with that terrible doll, Jughead unearths a buried secret, and Archie thinks people just have spare arcade machines. It's Riverdale, baby!
Nancy may not know who killed Tiffany and Lucy, but she comes closer this week to figuring out WHY they died.
It's a tale of two mothers on this week's Castle Rock. But which one will Joy choose?
The stakes are raised on a claustrophobic episode of The Purge this week.
Mr. Mercedes's season 3 comes to an end and we all get to read the Rothstein manuscripts and live happily ever after. Maybe.
It's only the second episode of the series, so we might as well start revealing multiple secrets.
Riverdale hits a bump with an episode in which we've seen it all before.
It's never too early for an exorcism, as Nancy Drew proves in episode 5.