There are a lot of secrets in Horseshoe Bay and a lot of danger. Is this place like Cabot Cove on Murder, She Wrote?
Riverdale returns to its normal form this week and wastes no time getting bananas.
The Purge returns for season 2 to show us what happens when all crimes are NOT legal. (People still commit them, I bet.)
After all the buildup, Holly finally testifies in a stunning scene.
The Terror's second season comes to an end after a staggering loss.
Nancy Drew premieres on The CW, so grab your copy of The Secret of the Old Clock, and let's follow along.
Riverdale says goodbye to Fred Andrews (and Luke Perry) in an emotional episode and I'm gonna go now, so I can stop crying.
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Lou's trial continues, while Alma and to a much lesser extent, Morris, keeps searching for the Rothstein score.
In the season's penultimate episode, the camps close and everything goes free. Yay, a happy endin--oh, there's still a vengeful ghost.
Lou comes up with a novel strategy for her defense, but is the one really pulling the strings?
Chester and Luz find out that danger is still close, while Amy confronts a different kind of danger back at the camp.
Morris's crime spree results in (yet another) body, while Bill and company continue to work the case. Meanwhile, Lou's trying her level best to keep her sanity intact.
There's yet another twist and it may be a twist too far, but it doesn't mar an alternately sweet and sad episode.
Bill and Montez make slow progress, Lou is dealt a bad hand, and everyone remembers Rothstein.
We find out why Yuko is doing *I gesture in a wide circle* all of this in a mid-season twist.
Mr. Mercedes sheds the Brady Hartsfield story for a new tale, that of a robbery gone bad. And it's already getting off to an intriguing start.
Chester meets the enemy and then he meets something worse.
The show finally lives up to its name this week and delivers some real scares. "Don't go in there!" we all scream.
Season 3 of 13 Reasons Why course-corrects and makes a show I actually want to watch.
Chester gets his dad back and then immediately makes plans to leave, in a perfectly serviceable episode this week.