We've gone on and on about this show, so I'll be quick. Slade's in jail on the Island, Thea ran off with 'daddy dearest' (Malcolm Merlyn), Canary has gone back to the League of Assassins, Diggle's going to be a father, and Detective Lance is having a heart attack. Oh, and Oliver's flashbacks move from the Island to Hong Kong to explore why he and Waller hate each other so much.
The American Horror Story anthologies have been phantasmagorical to say the least. Murder House, Asylum and Coven have all made me sleep with the lights on at some point. Freak Show may be the most creeptastic of them all - if this trailer featuring a nasty clown is any indication. The cast is always fantastic, chilling and worth the watch - even peaking through your fingers...
I don't watch this show, but I figured it was worth mentioning for anyone who is keeping track of the overall schedule.
Haven (Wednesdays at 8pm on SyFy, Premiered 9/11/14)
I broke up with this show half way through last season, so I have no idea what is going on, but it is still going on!
There is room in my heart for both Sherlock and this version of Mr. Holmes' adventures. Everything about this show shouldn't work - Sherlock in a modern NYC with a female Watson - but it does. The strength of the regular cast and guest stars (including the glorious Natalie Dormer as Moriarty and Rhys Ifans as Mycroft) make this show not only work, but provides some much needed female empowerment to network TV.
The final book, Balance, brings this series to a close. Left crippled in the final battle against the Red Lotus, Korra retreats home to the Southern Water Tribe, while Tenzen and the new Airbender Nation take over 'policing' the kingdoms on her behalf.
Now here's a show we haven't really covered yet on GG Inc. that I love oh, so much. This show brings me back to the days of Buffy and Angel. Good old-fashioned supernatural mayhem and butt-kicking, with a side order of drama and humor.