Season 4 has been the strongest season of The Walking Dead so far, particularly when it came to character development. (Who knew Carol had it in her?) But all good things must come to an end... even when those good things are a hopeless post-apocalyptic zombie wasteland.
While we all impatiently wait to discover who the next pair of true detectives will be on Season 2 of True Detective, we can get a fix with true-life detectives Kelley Siegler (a former prosecutor) and Yolanda McClary (a former crime scene investigator) as they re-open unsolved small-town murder cases.
Most people know Christopher Meloni from more seriously grim fare like Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, but don't let his intimidating demeanor fool you: the guy is a comedic force to be reckoned with. Case in point: his willingness to go the extra mile for some seriously demented laughs in movies like Wet Hot American Summer and Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle.
No psyching you out here: tonight marks the series finale for the Psych. After 8 beloved seasons, the adventures of Gus (Dule Hill) and Shawn (James Roday) sadly must come to an end.
It's pretty safe to say that Brooklyn Nine-Nine had a rather stellar first season. Not only was it the funniest new show on prime time thanks to its rapid-fire jokes and firing-on-all-cylinders cast (Andre Braugher was the MVP if the bunch), but it was the winner of Best Television Series -- Musical or Comedy at the 2014 Golden Globes.
Well, this is it: the penultimate episode of How I Met Your Mother. "The End of the Aisle" finds both Robin and Barney freaking out about their upcoming nuptials (surprise, surprise) while Barney's brother James (Wayne Brady) remains on hand for the big day.
It's been a rocky Season 3 for Girls, to say the least. For every horrific misfire ("Dead Inside"), there's been a quietly powerful triumph ("Flo"), and for every misguided story line (Ray and Marnie hooking up), there's been others that have paid off (Shoshanna finally getting fed up with Jessa). So it will be interesting to see if Girls ends on the high note it has been riding on since "Beach House" or if it will pull another Season 2 finale misstep and go too soft on us.
Now entering its 10th season overall (but its second on The CW), the improvisational comedy hit is getting by with a little help from their friends this time around.
Welcome to nerd heaven: Community and Dungeons and Dragons.
Rejoice, we all get to watch Emily Mortimer on TV on something that isn't The Newsroom! Instead, viewers will be treated to a new series in which Mortimer and her real-life best friend Dolly Wells (Bridget Jones's Diary) play, well, best friends.