The frustratingly uneven True Blood finally comes to an end, and not a minute too soon.
In its penultimate episode, True Blood is content to set up its own fall for the finale.
Iffy character motivation rules in this latest episode of HBO's soapy horror.
Bill increasingly takes centre stage as True Blood struggles to find its narrative focus.
True Blood continues to walk a tightrope between schlocky entertainment and boring madness in episode six.
One week on from True Blood's shockingly good new episode, the wheels have fallen off again.
By learning from past mistakes, True Blood's latest episode was the strongest for several seasons.
As HBO's fantasy horror progresses, we amble down an unsatisfying and familiar path.
In episode two, HBO's bloody fantasy gave fans what they wanted but left the story lacking.
In the final episode, we're treated to a vampire gunfight and some nonsensical storytelling.
New season, same old story problems.
In the penultimate episode, Vanessa goes full Exorcist, and the stage is set for a Grand finale.
Dorian Gray adds another notch to the bedpost, while the last two episodes are completely forgotten.
Flashbacks! Ill-advised sex! More flashbacks! Luxurious moustaches!
This week's Penny Dreadful introduced us to an old favourite, and turned Ethan into a frat boy cliche.
It was less carnival of weird and more sympathy for the Creature in this week's Penny Dreadful.
This week, The Creature gets nasty and Dorian Gray gets his kicks from sleeping with mortally sick women.
Starting off our weekly recap of Penny Dreadful, it's Night Work.