From Game of Thrones to Family Guy, BuzzFeed staffers pick their favorite installments of TV this year. Presented in no particular order.
This is a thing of true beauty.
A few things to get you through until February.
A newly released scene from the Breaking Bad spin-off features everyone’s favorite private investigator.
Wonder if January Jones and Kiernan Shipka saw it coming.
It’s been four years since AMC debuted the first six episodes of its zombie apocalypse thriller — how much can you recall about the earliest days of TV’s deadliest outbreak?
Beth est la nouvelle Carol.
The network’s agreement with the satellite company expires at the end of the year and negotiations for a new contract are currently at a standstill.
Un nouvel acteur de « The Wire », des zombies qui nagent et du steak de moignon.
Are you a leader, a follower, or a walker?
Yes, there were tears. And a lot of blood.
So long, cheap TV commercials. Saul is the real deal now.
Let us pray that Orange Is the New Black finally takes down Modern Family.
Mr. Goodman will see you now.
The six-episode final season, released exclusively on Netflix, ties up its loose ends a little too neatly. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS ahead.
Series like FX’s The Strain are upping the ante on television violence. But there are plenty of other gruesome examples of televised gore. Warning: Potential spoilers ahead!
Facts, bitch! Also spoilers.
Look, you probably wouldn’t want to marry any of these people. But fooling around is a whole other story.
Wait… Beats By Dre should really cost HOW MUCH???
It puts a fun twist on a rather serious show.
As the Pushing Daisies alum embarks on his two most high-profile projects to date — AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy — he refuses to compromise his privacy for viewers’ curiosity.
The Lee Pace–led Halt and Catch Fire, set in 1983 Dallas, offers up a pitch-perfect pilot about ambition, greed, and visionary dreamers at the heart of the tech revolution.
Don’t be fooled: Matthew Weiner’s period drama has always been about the future. Warning: Contains spoilers for “Waterloo.”
Even Don Draper wasn’t always cool.
Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Reiser
The actor, who has played Roger Sterling on seven seasons of the AMC drama, moves into the director’s chair with his new film, God’s Pocket.
Because the same thing that happened in Season 1 also seems to happen in Season 7.