What were you watching in 2014? Looking at our site stats, we have a pretty good idea…
With State of Affairs taking a week off for the holidays, now’s a great time to catch up with our favorite forgotten JSOC commando.
This is how 2014 ends. Not with a bang, but with a series of ‘Huh?’s.
Albania’s Festivali i Këngës selected Elhaida Dani’s “Diell” to represent the country at 2015’s Eurovision Song Contest. Will the song sound the same by the time it gets to Vienna in May?
There wasn’t too much new stuff in October to catch our attention, but we stuck with both Gracepoint and Town of the Living Dead until the end.
Dulaque is back, and will stop at nothing (or, at least, he won’t stop at dragons, pearls, or double-cheese-extra-pep pizza) to bring down the Librarians.
Fall 2014, which kicked off with the dystopia of Utopia, was better served by the zombies of Z Nation and the concept of Love Prison. Here’s what else was on in September.
Belarus has picked Uzari & Maimuna’s “Time” to represent them in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Have they improved upon last year’s twerpy hamster date?
Compared to the Quest, the Killing, and Bachelor in Paradise, Doctor Who was the most realistic show on TV in August.
The second half of 2014 got off to a strong start with some of our favorite programs of the year. Here’s what else was on in July.