Girls is back on Sunday and the onslaught of returning shows is just beginning. Set your DVRs now!
Yes, returning shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Good Wife, Borgen, Parenthood, and others were aces this year. But this is all about the newcomers.
Visually stunning and refreshingly witty opening credits may have been disappearing from television, but many new shows brought the art form back this year.
We’ve missed you Hannibal, come back to us.
From Nick and Jess on New Girl to Nolan and Patrick on Revenge, here are the kisses and couples that excited us most this year.
A look back at the actors and actresses who dominated Tumblr and Twitter this past year.
Our time has come friends.
Damn you for being so hot and so fictional.
The Doctor meets Harry Potter!? Sherlock and Dean and Cas!? Hannibal everything!? *grabby hands*
Or one GIFset, because honestly that’s it, that’s the show.
Based on your favorite characters, otps, shows and movies. Who needs Spotify when you have 8tracks and Tumblr?
In this exclusive featurette from the show’s Season 1 Blu-ray, out Tuesday, September 24.
Quit trying to make “Johnlock” happen.
Who knew cannibalism could be so adorable?
This hilarious gif series by lecterings gives us a look at Dr. Lecter’s softer side.
As if you weren’t completely in love with them already.
Made by brilliant artist flatbear.
There were some religious protests outside of Comic-Con today. Luckily, Hannibal came to the non-cannibal-rescue.
Join BuzzFeed in a collective freak-out about the Emmys overlooking Julianna Margulies, Tatiana Maslany, Zooey Deschanel, John Slattery, and many more.
The food is never what it appears to be, at all — but it’s especially not people. The show’s creator and food stylist explain how they do it.
“Now the story of a wealthy serial killer who ate everyone, and the one profiler who had no choice but keep himself together.” SafetyWhales dared to imagine the truly delightful answer.
Introducing Captain Krypton and the gang. Made by artist Eric Guzman.
And one extremely heterosexual brother. Made by allthedirtygirlswantbenedict.
Season one is about to come to a close, but will these questions be answered in the finale? Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Hannibal’s having friends for dinner, and you got a rare invitation. Don’t be so quick to decline; you’re going to be at that table one way or another.
Bryan Fuller, who developed Hannibal for NBC, talks about what he is and isn’t allowed to show on TV, about the episode that was pulled, and why the show being banned from Salt Lake City is a “badge of honor.”
NBC presented its new schedule Monday, Hannibal’s fate will be “made in the next few weeks.”
That the Silence of the Lambs prequel didn’t die an immediate death passes for good news at the troubled network these days.
All the reasons are dreamy.