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A noteworthy ensemble cast combined with creepy storytelling and campy, outrageous thrills make American Horror Story: Coven a potently structured fright-fest, according to critics. Tonight, Fiona makes some choices that put an old truce between Marie Laveau ad the witches in jeopardy.
Thanks to polished action sequences, solid storytelling, and intriguing characters, the first season of Arrow was a critical success, and so far the pundits like what they see from season two. Tonight, Oliver (Stephen Amell) sponsors a cash-for-guns event to get firearms off the streets.
The critics say James Caan is appealing as an arrogant ex-jock, but Back in the Game is full of stale jokes and crude humor that isn't very family friendly. In tonight's episode, Danny (Griffin Gluck) comes up with a plan to deal with bullies while trick-or-treating.
Now entering its fourteenth season, the popular crime procedural shows no signs of letting up, as Ted Danson and Elisabeth Shue continue to lead grisly discoveries in Las Vegas; tonight, the crew investigates the death of a homeless man who scored big at a casino.
Critics say It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is still consistently wild, wicked, and hilarious in equal measure. In tonight's episode, the gang decide to produce a Lethal Weapon movie, but their creative differences put them at odds.
Critics say its humor might wear thin for some, but The League's fifth season keeps the laughs coming with memorable guest stars, crude jokes, and typically silly antics. Tonight, Rafi and Taco take advantage of Kevin while Andre and Jenny make a trade.
In Season 2 of ABC's musical drama, Country diva Rayna James (Connie Briton) and young rising star Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) continue to fight for the spotlight. Tonight, Robin Roberts interviews Rayna, while Juliette crosses paths with Charlie Wentworth.
The critics say Revolution's grim, electricity-free dystopian setting has been a more interesting place to visit in its second season. On tonight's episode, Aaron has more visions, while the rest of the gang questions Monroe's intentions.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone's long-running animated series continues to skewer the pop culture landscape; on tonight's episode, Kyle tries to bond with his little brother Ike by taking him see Yo Gabba Gabba.
Despite the presence of the funny and talented Rebel Wilson, critics say Super Fun Night is overreliant on tired, clichéd weight jokes. Tonight, Kimmie (Wilson) and Kendall (Kate Jenkinson) get to know each other a little better.
A reboot of the 1970s cult series, The Tomorrow People suffers from a middling plot that feels cobbled together from better sci-fi dramas, according to critics. Tonight, Stephen tries to track down one of Ultra's most wanted, who's suddenly reappeared after years in hiding.