"Plush", the first true stand-alone episode of this season, is stuffed with horror movie cliches and filler.
“Our Little World” offers bizarre family dynamics that lead to the revelation of major plot points (and a great Castiel moment).
"Thin Lizzie" goes through the motions, with a mixed bag of false leads, soul searching, and a lot of Darkness.
Weird camera angles, hybrid monsters, and a brotherly sing-along leads us to some interesting plot developments when Supernatural puts Baby in the driver's seat.
"The Bad Seed" explores all the characters we love and hate as Season 11 really kicks off.
“Form and Void” is half of a whole, with some overly familiar scenarios, but still manages to offer a few unforeseen twists.
Secret codes, shadowy organizations: is Blindspot piecing together the riddle wrapped in the mystery of the enigma that is Jane Doe?
This highly stylized interpretation of Madonna’s hand-to-mouth existence possesses the sort of terribleness you would expect of a TV movie -- but it’s the kind of trash diet that leaves you feeling fulfilled, somehow.
The fallout from the events of season two of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. serves as an excellent metaphor for contemporary social and political shifts
NBC reinvents The Blacklist: How does Blindspot hold up?