The remarkable climb of Game of Thrones is finally at an end.
Moving to a new night definitely seems to be paying off for Grimm.
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.
Other shows may be struggling, but there's one show that just keeps proving it's basically unstoppable these days: The Walking Dead.
When Touch premieres its second season tonight on Fox, expect the series to take a “dangerous” turn.
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.
Fox has been playing coy with their midseason schedule up this point, but now we finally know when the second season of Kiefer Sutherland's Touch and the eagerly anticipated Kevin Bacon-led serial killer drama The Following will debut.
Next week, the Fall shows start to return in force, but this week we're still all about summer shows. Lost Girl finally ended its two-season run, hitting a very high note, while Wilfred struggles as it heads toward a finale. Plus, Doctor Who stays strong, and a special Touch episode was here to tide us over until season two.
After two seasons in a row of Lost Girl, we finally reach a really big finale as Bo faces the mysterious, fiery-winged Garuda, and then Touch returns with a never before seen standalone episode from season one which airs several weeks before the season-two premiere.