Patrick Stewart's mellowed take on Picard continues to be a surreal spectacle, but this week there's not much around him that's anywhere near as delightful.
Archie seeks advice from Hiram; Veronica begins to spiral; Jughead confronts a critical accusation...
Project Blue Book goes down to Kentucky to investigate an alleged alien attack and ends up uncovering a lot more than that.
Holly presents a loose outline of her bogeyman theory this week and it's about as popular as horseradish milkshakes. I don't know--I'm still workshopping this simile. So let's just say, they hate it.
The cracks are starting to show on a moody episode of Dare Me.
FINALLY Veronica has a plotline that doesn't revolve solely around Daddy. And the biggest snake at Stonewall might not be whom Bughead expected.
Nancy's still trapped in the Whisper Box, and a different (better) life this week.
This week on Project Blue Book, Hynek and Quinn go behind the gates of Area 51.
Netflix's adaptation of Harlan Coben's book The Stranger is a highly addictive thriller that'll keep viewers guessing for most of its breathless run time.
The Outsider stumbles this week with a sleepy episode.
Nancy looks for clues in a haunted mental hospital, because of course she does. It...doesn't end well for her.
I'm not taking down my "I Want to Believe" poster--I'm putting 2 more up.
Season 3 of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina learns its lesson from the last season, telling a more focused story this time.
A pretty par-for-the-course episode of Doctor Who. Oh, also there's a new Doctor, and she's the first black woman cast as our favorite Time Lord.
This week, Holly finds evidence that killings like the one in Cherokee City may have been going on for a while.
The party fallout wreaks havoc leading to a shocking accident...
Star Trek is back with a show focused on one of the franchise's best characters. Does Picard go the way of Discovery (action over thinking) or is it a return to form...
Riverdale somehow manages to get through an episode without psychotic killers, floating babies, or the usual craziness. And you know what? It actually mostly works!
Guess who's coming to dinner on this week's Nancy Drew? It's Nancy. And she's going to ruin this dinner.