From Vikings to Spartacus, historical series are always admired. These 20 are the best historical TV shows.
From the Power Rangers meeting the Ninja Turtles to Family Guy and The Simpsons sharing an episode, some movie and TV crossovers were historical.
Succession season 4, episode 9 revealed a lot about the Roy family in the wake of Logan's death and set the stage for the finale.
The Last Kingdom's run was packed with huge character deaths. For some, their fates were unfortunate, whereas others got exactly what they deserved.
The original Goosebumps series is fondly remembered and widely beloved, but many may not be aware of how many major stars starred in episodes.
Space Force had some of the same ingredients that made the smash hit The Office a success, but it ended up creating a lackluster comedy show.
The Fall of the House of Usher's ending dramatically concludes the mystery horror series. But there are still questions left unanswered.
Lalo Salamanca and Gustavo Fring are undoubtedly two of best villains and TV, but which is truly the better villain of the Breaking Bad shows?
Rick and Morty season 7 episode 1 arrived with a lot of hype and expectation, and the outing's best jokes managed to make it worth the wait.
The Winter King episode 7 sees Arthur struggle over his impending marriage and feelings for Guinevere, while Derfel faces off with Gundleus.
The Billy the Kid season 2 premiere continues the wild legend of the notorious outlaw as he and his gunslingers prepare for the Lincoln County War.
The Star Wars TV shows have offered some of the most compelling stories in the franchise, but there have also been several missed opportunities.
Despite ending 15 years ago, Avatar: The Last Airbender has spawned a whole franchise of spinoffs and sequel series. Here's what's next for the saga.
Friends may have left the small screen almost twenty years ago, but as these memes prove, the show is still relatable to a modern audience.