Revenge has never looked this chic.
Looks like it's time to find a new source: Weeds is ending.
More often than not, looking back at a TV season just reminds us of all of the ways we were let down, either by disappointing shows or by cancellations of series we enjoyed. But while the 2011-12 season has had its share of setbacks -- like Smash, which had a promising pilot and then immediately went into a downward spiral -- there have also been quite a few unexpected twists that made us happier than we ever imagined.
While most of us (of legal drinking age) will gravitate towards our local Irish pubs this weekend to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, we'd really prefer to be imbibing cocktails at some of our favorite television watering holes. While years ago, we may have wanted to go to the Boston bar where everybody knows your name, or would've liked to take in some sweet drinks while cruising with Isaac, there are plenty of newer fictional establishments that are calling out to us these days. Man, there are a lot of lushes on TV.
The countdown to the Mariah Carey/Nicki Minaj deathmatch begins in January.
Hey, how do you say "Happy New Year" in Zombie?
Is Aaron Sorkin trying make everyone hate him? If so: Mission (on the verge of) Accomplished.
Sometimes, television dreams DO come true...
We've started celebrating Independence Day a few days early, and we're especially happy because the past TV season allowed us to finally get away from some truly terrible characters. Thank goodness for deaths and cancellations. We'll light some sprinklers in these people's honor.
What do Treme, Community and Cougar Town fans have in common? The need for patience. Also: really bad luck when it comes to picking TV shows to like.