After weeks of dawdling and last week’s incredibly bizarre shocker, The Strain decides to return to well-trod territory for “Creatures of the Night.” Actually, it told the most straightforward, archetypal monster story there is, but since that means Team Vampire Hunter was more or less fighting vampires, it continues The Strain‘s hot streak.
The summer TV season is winding down with The Leftovers season finale, while The Lottery subjects its embryo-seeking finalists to psychological interviews. Outlander approaches a major moment in Scottish history and Doctor Who visits Sherwood Forest—and Robin Hood. Get all the details below!
The rise of high definition has also reduced the value of old shows. Enter a forgotten hero: DVDs.
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