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Under siege from Hydra, the team splits up to save its reputation against Ward’s unsavory brother in an episode that pushes characters forward.
Harvey Bullock’s backstory gets a workover as Gordon, Montoya and the Penguin collide in a more confident episode of the Fox drama.
The double-agent nature of Marvel's ABC series turns up the heat on its cast of complicated women while introducing Mockingbird.
As the first season of "Arrow" comes to an earth-shaking end, Malcolm Merlyn's scheme is exposed, Oliver and Laurel finally demonstrate why they belong together and one of the characters makes the ultimate sacrifice.
In "Darkness on the Edge of Town," the penultimate episode of "Arrow's" first season, Oliver finally learns what the Undertaking is, Fyers reveals what he's up to, and Malcolm Merlyn ties up loose ends.
As John Diggle sees an opportunity to take out Deadshot, Oliver is faced with a decision whether to help his friend or protect Laurel. Tommy, meanwhile, is confronted by some tough choices of his own.
The Count returns to "Arrow" this week as Vertigo again floods the streets of Starling City, sending Oliver Queen in search of the source and Detective Lance on the trail of Tommy Merlyn.
"The Walking Dead" might have racked up a huge body count in its Season 3 finale, but it still managed to end on an up note. Find out who lived and who died!
In "Salvation," Oliver Queen goes on the hunt of another vigilante, the Lance family gets caught up in the idea that Sara might still be alive, and Roy Harper is given a chance for redemption.
"The Walking Dead" says goodbye to another major character in "This Sorrowful Life" as AMC's hit zombie drama barrels into its Season 3 finale.
A still-vengeful Helena Bertinelli reappears on "Arrow" determined to kill her father before he can disappear into witness protection, and she’s willing to put Oliver’s loved ones in her sights to reach her target.
The latest episode of "The Walking Dead" saw Milton and Andrea make their stands against the Governor as Woodbury's leader goes off the deep end, though it remains to be seen how badly they failed in their attempts.
Rick and the Governor finally meet face to face on the latest episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," but the resulting confrontation isn't as climactic as fans might have thought.
In "Clear," one of the best episodes of this season's "The Walking Dead," Rick, Michonne and Carl go on a munitions run back to the Grimes' hometown, where they find an unexpected survivor.
Andrea tries to forge a truce between the Prison and Woodbury in this week's episode of "The Walking Dead," but ends up failing both groups miserably.
As Team Arrow pursues James Callis' international jewel thief, the chess pieces move into place for the final episodes of "Arrow's" first season: Moira plots against Merlyn, Roy Harper appears and love is in the air.
A death, an attack and visions of a deceased character made "Home" one of the most enjoyable episodes of "The Walking Dead's" third season, though things are definitely going to get worse before they get any better.
On this week's episode, "The Odyssey," The Hood pays a visit to Moira Queen, someone else learns Oliver's big secret, and we finally discover why Yao Fei is playing nice with Fyers.
As "The Walking Dead" comes storming back with its midseason finale, Rick and the other survivors stage a daring raid on Woodbury to rescue Daryl, only to be confronted with a bigger problem: what to do with Merle.
In this week's episode of "Arrow," Oliver confronts his mother about her little book of names, Diggle launches his own investigation into her activities, Detective Lance has a change of heart and we meet Slade...
In this week’s "Arrow" the maniacal Count and his designer drug Vertigo make their presence felt in Starling City, Thea Queen goes in front of a judge, and Oliver Queen learns his mother has dark secrets.
This week's "Arrow" was all about trust, as Oliver Queen and John Diggle go head to head over a name in the little black book, and Thea becomes suspicious about her mother's relationship with Malcom Merlyn.
"Arrow" returns from midseason hiatus with "Burned," which finds Oliver still physically and psychologically wounded from his defeat by the Dark Archer and facing Starling City's fiery new threat.
In the conclusion of "Arrow's" two-part Huntress story arc, the Triad and the mob come to blows, Walter holds onto his suspicions about Moira's shady dealings, and Oliver and Helena grow closer -- only to fall apart.
The midseason finale of "The Walking Dead" finds Rick & Co. mounting an assault on Woodbury to rescue Glenn and Maggie. Allies are lost, allegiances are tested and one face makes a surprising reappearance.
The worlds of Woodbury and the Prison are finally converging, and there's no way that is going to end well. Glenn and Maggie get tortured while Michonne looks to Rick & Co. for shelter.
The worlds of Woodbury and the Prison finally come together in Episode 6 of "The Walking Dead," and it was definitely worth the wait.
In this week's episode of "Arrow," the Royal Flush Gang turns bank robbery into a family business, and Oliver discovers there may be more to his mission than his father's list.
Rick loses control after last week's death while Woodbury prepares for a party on "The Walking Dead." Also, we learn an interesting revelation about the state of The Governor's family.
In this week's episode of "Arrow," we finally meet Deathstroke, Oliver Queen wriggles out of his legal problems (with a little help) and another DC Comics character makes an appearance.
In Episode 4 of The Walking Dead," we say goodbye to some of the show's major characters while also realizing just how unsafe the Prison really is.
This week, "The Walking Dead" shifts gears and focuses on Michonne and Andrea, finally giving viewers their long-awaited first taste of The Governor and Woodbury.
As classic DC Comics villain Deadshot takes center stage in this week's episode of "Arrow," Oliver Queen comes up with a way to mask his nighttime activities -- only to be forced to reveal his secret to someone.
"The Walking Dead's" second episode, "Sick," picks up right where the season premiere left off, resolving both the Hershel and prison survivor storylines.
In this week's episode of "Arrow," Oliver Queen goes to court, bodyguard John Diggle gets suspicious, sister Thea tries to get closer and China White enters the picture.
In the Season 3 premiere of "The Walking Dead," the much-changed group of survivors end months of running at the long-awaited Prison, which holds the promise of refuge and horror.
In the premiere of The CW's "Arrow," we're introduced to former bad boy Oliver Queen, returning after five years stranded on an island with a unique set of skills and a mission to bring down evildoers preying on Starling City.
As "Breaking Bad" heads into its final episode of the year, Walt (or is that Heisenberg?) strikes a distribution deal, Jesse tries to wriggle out of his mentor's grip, and Mike discovers there's no such thing as a clean break.
This week's "Breaking Bad" answers the question of what to do after you've stolen 1,000 gallons of methylamine: dispose of the witness and, if you're Jesse and Mike, get out of the drug business. Walt, however, has other plans.
In this week's episode of "Breaking Bad," Walt, Jesse & Co. pull off a train heist to get what they need to stay in business, the Whites come to an understanding and Todd takes the "no witnesses" edict to heart.