TV and Movies·Posted on Mar 22, 2020Here Are 37 Jaw-Dropping TV Plot Twists That We're Still Not Over"Hold the door! Hold the door! Hold the door!"by Nora DominickBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 🚨Warning: There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨 1. First, on Lost, when it was revealed that the bearded version of Jack was actually from the future, and he and Kate had made it off the island. ABC 2. When Eleanor figured out that they were actually in the Bad Place on The Good Place. NBC 3. On Game of Thrones, when we learned that Hodor was uttering, "Hold the door." HBO 4. On You, when Love shockingly killed Candace, and we learned that she also killed Delilah and the au pair. Netflix 5. When Meredith learned that "John Doe" was actually George on Grey's Anatomy. ABC 6. When Mr. Robot turned out to be a figment of Elliot's imagination and resembled his father on Mr. Robot. USA 7. On Dead to Me, when it was revealed that Judy was involved in the accident that killed Jen's husband. Netflix 8. On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., when we learned that Ward was actually a Hydra agent. ABC 9. When it was revealed that Cal was Dr. Manhattan in disguise on Watchmen. HBO 10. On Sharp Objects, when Camille found the hidden teeth inside the dollhouse. HBO 11. On Buffy the Vampire Slayer, when Buffy came home and Joyce had died. Warner Bros. 12. When Tracy, aka the Mother, died after she finally met Ted on How I Met Your Mother. CBS 13. On Bones, when Bones and Booth discovered that Zack was actually working with the cannibalistic serial killer Gormogon. Fox 14. On Breaking Bad, when Walt stood by and watched Jane die. AMC 15. When Mando tracked down a new bounty for the Client and it turned out to be a baby Yoda on The Mandalorian. Disney+ 16. On Scandal, when we learned that Rowan from B613 was Olivia's father. ABC 17. On Scrubs, when it was revealed that Ben was actually dead and Dr. Cox was attending his funeral. NBC 18. On How to Get Away With Murder, when Wes showed up at Annalise's funeral during a flash-forward and was apparently alive. ABC 19. When Kendall offered up Logan as the "blood sacrifice" at the press conference on Succession. HBO 20. On Alias, when Sydney woke up in Hong Kong and Vaughn revealed that she had been presumed dead for two years. ABC 21. On Jane the Virgin, when Michael was actually alive and standing in Rafael's apartment. The CW 22. On The Haunting of Hill House, when it was revealed that Nell was actually the Bent-Neck Lady. Netflix 23. When June got out of the car and didn't escape Gilead with Emily and Nichole on The Handmaid's Tale. Hulu 24. On Veronica Mars, when Logan died in an explosion right after he finally married Veronica. Hulu 25. When Olivia and Ruby were shot during Olivia's quinceañera on On My Block. Netflix 26. On American Horror Story: Murder House, when Violet overdosed and was actually dead for several episodes. FX 27. When Rita was killed in the bathtub by the Trinity Killer on Dexter. Showtime 28. On Arrow, when Future Team Arrow was brought back in time, and Mia and William were reunited with Oliver. The CW 29. On This Is Us, when we learned that Jack and Rebecca were actually Kevin, Kate, and Randall's parents. NBC 30. When Bernard shockingly turned out to be a host on Westworld. HBO 31. On The Boys, when Butcher found out that Becca was actually alive and raising her and Homelander's son. Amazon Prime 32. On Pretty Little Liars, when A.D. ended up being Spencer's long-lost twin, Alex Drake. Freeform 33. When Elena was turned into a vampire after dying in a car crash on The Vampire Diaries. The CW 34. On Fleabag, when it was revealed that Fleabag was the person who slept with Boo's boyfriend. Amazon Prime 35. On The Walking Dead, when Carl was bitten by a walker after saving Siddiq. AMC 36. When Sherlock learned that Mary was an assassin, and then she shot him, on Sherlock. BBC 37. And finally, on Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, when Rory told Lorelai that she was pregnant. Netflix Which TV moments have you been completely shocked by? Tell us in the comments below!