Plot strands continue to open as this season of "True Detective" continues to explore character and hasn't yet seemed to find its groove as Brad and Kevin explore this latest episode, concluding the first half of the second season.
Episode four of season two of "True Detective" contains explosive closing moments that are sure to change the trajectory of the investigation.
"Orange is the New Black" foregrounds its exploration of belief in episodes 8 and 9 of season three as many characters ponder what it means to have faith.
A video breaking down the visual effects of the massacre at Hardhome during "Game of Thrones" season five demonstrates a massive digital effort.
According to Marvel, Elodie Yung, best known for her role of Jinx in G.I. Joe: Retaliation will portray the classic Marvel ninja.
"Hannibal" is still without a home as Amazon and Netflix pass on season four.
Let's take a deeper look at the second season of "True Detective" and everything we know so far as well as make a few educated guesses as to what exactly may be going on and who may or may not be a suspect.
On "True Detective" we quickly find out the answer to last week's biggest question which only leads to many, many more.
We get the answer to Ray Velcoro's fate right away, but it only proves to add more questions. However, the intrigue behind this third episode of "True Detective" lies with Taylor Kitsch's character, Officer Paul Woodrugh.
Fox decides to bring Fatal Attraction back into the public spotlight with upcoming event series.