I mean, right?
I mean, right?
Via With Your Face Like.
“Things are changing.”
This was their favourite television show of the entire year.
Including a show where people have to drive long distances in a lorry.
WHY ARE THERE SO MANY MURDERS IN THE COUNTRYSIDE?
It’s enlightening and depressing at exactly the same time.
Got a job or a life during the daytime right now? Good. You’re not missing anything.
Come back, Harry. Television needs you.
“Harry Styles in the toilet am I right?”
Including Lego Lenny Henry!
“Let the piles see the pliers, Let the bailiff see the house…”
It will make you wish that TV was of a simpler time, a time before Come Dine With Me was on thirteen times in a row on Channel 4.
Face it, you were addicted to the show last year and you’re not going to miss a single episode this time either.
From Breaking Bad’s stevia packet to Girls’ Q-tip, here are some of the pivotal objects that sum up scripted television in 2013. SPOILER ALERT for a ton of shows if you’re not caught up. You’ve been warned.
They don’t have daytime TV in Westeros. But if they did it would probably look a lot like this.
Time to play catch-up.
It’s jukebox week and things are heating up.
Simon Cowell’s talent juggernauts are not going anywhere any time soon.
As if the Crawleys wouldn’t be returning! Season 5 will air in the U.S. on PBS’s Masterpiece Classic.
The year’s biggest drama is coming to the printed page, in a collaboration between its creator and author Erin Kelly.
Mmmm, Sam Callaghan.
It’s time to face the music. Again.
Where would we be without Katie Hopkins, sensationalist interviews and Philip Schofield?
University Challenge got nothing on this.
The Street’s favourite couple broke ground. Now they’re breaking our hearts.
Warning: This post contains baby elephants.
Wedding singer Crissie Rhodes knocked our socks off Sunday night.
Not long to go now. Excited?