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'Revenge' Mid-Season Finale: Who Shoots Emily?
14 hours ago
Ever since the Revenge season 3 premiere, we've known that Emily would end up in the water with two gunshot wounds after her wedding to Daniel. What we didn't know at the beginning of the season was that Emily was planning to fake her death and set up Victoria to take the fall.
The "Exodus" preview at the end of last Sunday's episode provided some clues about what will happen to Emily and explain the mysterious "I'm sorry" that Emily says before she's shot. Check out the five suspects that were shown in the preview.
Who do you think shoots Emily? »
'Mob City' Recap: Being Nosy Never Pays Off
14 hours ago
If ever you find yourself in possession of a time machine and want to know where you should go, the correct answer is anywhere but 1940s Los Angeles. Not only is this place just plain stressful, the life expectancy is also obscenely low. Just ask Abe Greenberg, who is murdered in the opening sequence of "Red Light", the first of tonight's two Mob City episodes.
The sequence is a flashback taking place three weeks before the events of last week's episodes. Siegel kills Greenberg for mob reasons (there are so many to choose from) while Jasmine and Nash sit in a nearby car, taking pictures. Nash knew the murder was going to go down and used Jasmine's photography skills to get his blackmail material, even though Jasmine didn't really want anything to do with it. Should have listened to those instincts, girl. »
17 Most Anticipated TV Shows Returning in 2014 (And How to Catch Up Before the Premiere)
18 hours ago
With all the amazing television shows out there, it can be difficult to know what to watch and when to watch it. Fear not since we have compiled a list of the 17 most anticipated, must-see shows returning in 2014 and where to catch up on the past seasons you may have missed before their return.
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'The Tomorrow People' Fall Finale Recap: Stephen Tries to Cheat Death
18 hours ago
We've reached the halfway point of The Tomorrow People's first season, and the show is heading in two directions: one I like, and one I hate. The good: Ultra's secret history as a formerly upright organization skewed evil by its founder is an increasingly intriguing proposition, particularly as it relates to John and Jedikiah. The terrible: this show has mucked up nearly every single one of its interpersonal relationships, as the broadly drawn characters continue to veer between petty dickishness and selfish, grandstanding "love" -- remind me never to date anyone who writes for the CW. »
'Agents of Shield' Agent of the Week: A Mid-Season Dilemma
11 December 2013 1:28 AM, PST
We've reached the halfway point (sort of) of Agents of Shield's inaugural run with the mid-season finale and our first cliffhanger.
There are two potentially dead agents who are both certainly alive; a kidnapped Coulson whose fate is up to the whimsy of Raina, creepy Po and an entity known only as "the Clairvoyant;" a now-in-charge May issuing a mayday; and FitzSimmons mourning a perfectly good non-electronic tracking scent rendered useless by betrayal. »
'Sons of Anarchy' S6 Finale Recap: A Happy Ending Turns Gruesome
10 December 2013 5:21 PM, PST
This is it. The season is ending tonight and looking back, lots of major game changers took place for Jax and the Mc. Clay is no longer a liability. He's no longer a dangerous wild card to the club or the Teller family. Otto also reached the end of his tragic journey in life.
Tara is most definitely still facing jail time, especially after not taking the Da's deal last week. And now that she's on the run with the boys, Jax is coming after her too. With an unpredictable grandma right behind him. Will she find a safe place to hide long term? Will they track her down tonight and kill her for her betrayal?
We're about to find out »
'Agents of Shield' Recap: Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Coulson Gone?
10 December 2013 12:29 PM, PST
Agents of Shield is back after a week off with an all-new episode and a temporary addition to the team, just because Skye is now firmly entrenched and we need someone whose loyalty needs questioning.
And man, does Joss Whedon know how to pack a lot into a mid-season finale! There's a healthy balance of action, emotion and storyline, as well as a cliffhanger that won't be answered until next year (but it's only like a month, so let's not get overly dramatic about it). »
'NCIS' Recap: Bishop Joins the Team
10 December 2013 11:56 AM, PST
Last time on NCIS, a breach led the team to Nsa analyst Ellie Bishop, who accurately predicted the breach years before it happened. While working with the team, Ellie helped catch the perpetrator, but she still has a lot to learn.
Gibbs saw something in Bishop and offered her a joint duty assignment.
This week's NCIS episode, "The Devil's Triad," finds the joint ex-wife of both Gibbs and Fornell asking her exes for help locating her missing boyfriend. »
'The Biggest Loser' Recap: Back to Work
10 December 2013 10:47 AM, PST
On the last team episode of The Biggest Loser before the contestants go to singles, a pop challenge about obesity in the workplace forces one team to balance work and workouts. And the pressure continues to grow as another another contestant is sent home. Plus, we get to check in on Ruben Studdard's weight loss journey since he was sent home last week. »
'Bridge Over Troubled Water' Battle: 'American Idol' vs. 'The Voice'
10 December 2013 3:58 AM, PST
The night of May 20, 2003, changed everything. Pre-5/20/03, everyone knew that "Bridge Over Troubled Water" was a song by Simon & Garfunkel. But post-5/20/03, it became Clay Aiken's signature song after he performed it during the finals of American Idol season 2.
Ever since then, we've seen a few contestants on singing competition shows take on this very tune, and the most recent one was just this week on The Voice. Have any of them been able to match up to the brilliance of the Idol runner-up's rendition? Let's delve into each performance and find out.
'Hostages' Recap: Brian Goes to Duncan's Wife for Help
9 December 2013 1:36 PM, PST
In last week's episode, Duncan's team managed to save the very man they plan to murder and Ellen shared a steamy kiss with Duncan. In this week's episode, "The Cost of Living," Brian learns about Ellen's growing connection to Duncan and Sandrine makes a move against her team. Read on to find out if Hostages continues to hold our attention. »
'Sleepy Hollow' Recap: Ichabod Learns More About His Son
9 December 2013 12:59 PM, PST
On this week's episode of Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod reunites with Katrina with the help of Henry Parrish. Abbie and Ichabod try to piece together Ichabod's son's life. Another evil creature makes its way to Sleepy Hollow. And Ichabod and Irving receive ominous warnings.
Poor Ichabod has been having a tough time of it during his first few months in the 21st century. He's clawed his way out from underground, been shot at, put in an insane asylum, been poisoned by fellow members of his secret society, suffered from a deadly plague and found out his wife, Katrina, has been keeping more than her fair share of secrets. Her biggest to date, that she and Ichabod had a son. »
[Video] 'The Vampire Diaries' Sneak Peek: Is Death on the Horizon?
9 December 2013 5:03 AM, PST
Damon and Elena are both being held by Dr. Wes at Whitmore College on The Vampire Diaries. The doctor is taking a big risk by taking two vampires with dedicated friends and family. It won't be long before his secret lab and experiments are put into grave danger, right? In "Fifty Shades of Grayson," Aaron becomes a pawn due to his guardian's actions. »
'The Amazing Race' Finale U-Turn Award: Fool Me Twice
9 December 2013 1:28 AM, PST
One might think that two hours of The Amazing Race finale would lend itself to a slew of sloppy mistakes, but in reality (TV), the 11th and 12th legs of season 23 were actually some of the cleanest yet.
Sure, teams struggled with some of the challenges, but I'm not in the business of penalizing anyone for stuff that is hard. It's not a blunder if someone just has a difficult time with something. »
'Nashville' Preview: 5 Compelling Reasons to Watch the Season 2 Midseason Finale
8 December 2013 11:00 PM, PST
In its first season, Nashville ended an episode by killing not just one character, but two. In the Season 2 midseason finale, called "Tomorrow Never Comes," the series has decided to play that song again, but with a few new notes. BuddyTV got a sneak peek of the episode and we've put together 5 compelling reasons for you to check it out. »