Eyewitness: Bless the Beast and the Children Season 1, Ep 2
Philip and Lukas find proof that the killer's alive. Helen tries not to let the case affect her marriage. A new head of the FBI task force is introduced.
Archer: El Secuestro Season 2, Ep 10
When Pam gets kidnapped Cheryl/Carol is late for work. Archer meets Babou. One of the team has a surprising past. [more inside]
Arrow: Taken Season 4, Ep 15
Oliver realizes he needs help battling Darhk so he calls in an old friend – Vixen. Using her magical ability to summon animal powers, Vixen gets a lock on Darhk's location and the team goes to war. Meanwhile, Thea has a heart-to-heart talk with Malcolm. [more inside]
Steven Universe: Catch and Release Season 2, Ep 21
The Crystal Gems deal with a problem in Steven's bathroom.
The Blacklist: Ruslan Denisov (No. 67) Season 2, Ep 11
Keen and Ressler go to Uzbekistan to negotiate for a captured CIA agent, but encounter meddling all around. Meanwhile, a DC detective investigates the disappearance of the harbormaster.
The Blacklist: Luther Braxton (No. 21) Conclusion Season 2, Ep 10
Braxton kidnaps Lizzie and subjects her to an experimental hypnotherapy procedure to recover her memory of the fire and The Fulcrum. [more inside]
Strange Empire: The Hunting Party Season 1, Ep 1
A group of women heading for the Canadian border find themselves bereft of their menfolk and installed in Janestown, a prostitute settlement. [more inside]
The Blacklist: Monarch Douglas Bank (No. 112) Season 2, Ep 2
Red tips the FBI off about a bank that handles the accounts of numerous criminal enterprises without any paper trail, but it turns out he has ulterior motives.
Gotham: Selina Kyle Season 1, Ep 2
A kidnapping ring is targeting Gotham's street children, including Selina Kyle, a.k.a. Cat, a witness to the Wayne murders.
The Honourable Woman: The Empty Chair Season 1, Ep 1
This BBC/Sundance production by Hugo Blick, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, Andrew Buchan, Stephen Rea, and Lubna Azabal, is a critically-lauded eight episode series that's certain to appear prominently in next year's Emmy nominations. Reminiscent of le Carré, this is a story of duplicity, of familial and personal tragedy, and is set within the context of the Palestinian occupation and the diplomacy, politics, and espionage of the British, Israelis, and Americans. "It is a wonder we trust anyone at all." [more inside]