The fifth season finale of Game of Thrones came roaring to life (or rather death) on Sunday. And if you thought things were going to slow down, think again.
For several weeks now, Oliver Queen has left his city. No longer able to be the Arrow, and in exchange for his sister’s life, he agreed to ascend to the next Ra’s al Ghul. The Season 3 finale proved that Oliver Queen needed something more if he was to battle and defeat the Demon’s Head.
The final battle between the Inhumans and SHIELD puts Skye in the middle, wondering which side she should take. Meanwhile, Ward and Kara have a job to do.
Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore have continued to show what great actors they are. The finale does not disappoint. Prepare yourself for a bumpy ride.
Caskett investigate a murder that may be connected to one of Castle’s frightening childhood experiences. And Beckett is called in for an unexpected perfomance review.
It’s the two-hour season finale of Once Upon A Time! For the first time in the show’s four seasons, we get to see the “other sides” of our beloved characters. A good bandit Regina? An evil Snow White? It’s all delicious fun and it doesn’t stop there!
Last week the Machine gave up its location to Samaritan, so it was logical to assume it had something up its metaphorical sleeve. This ended up being true, but it wasn’t trick, more an act of desperation.