The remarkable climb of Game of Thrones is finally at an end.
While the low-rated Touch comes to its likely end and Once Upon a Time concludes its second season, most of the rest of the fall shows also race toward their season finales.
You just can't stop The Walking Dead.
It was a good week for fans of The Clone Wars.
Other shows may be struggling, but there's one show that just keeps proving it's basically unstoppable these days: The Walking Dead.
There's a few significant returns this week with the midseason premiere of The Walking Dead's third season, and season two premiere of Touch.
Last week, the Fringe finale got a loyal audience, Once Upon a Time struggled, Archer premiered strong and Syfy got a mixed bag of Monday night premieres.
Once Upon a Time gave us a giant and a beanstalk, but no Jack. Next month, the famous giant-killer finally gets their due.
2013 arrives this week and brings with it the premiere of the final season of Merlin, new episodes of Once Upon a Time and American Horror Story: Asylum, and some worthy marathons to keep you warm on a cold New Year's Eve and Day.
After a very light Thanksgiving week, most of our shows were back in force to make their presence felt before the holiday break. The Walking Dead hit its midseason finale with predictably huge numbers, while Once Upon a Time and American Horror Story: Asylum began to bounce back after slumps.