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TV Rundown: July 14 | 'Pretty Little Liars' Gets Chippy, 'Tyrant' Roars Back, 'Scream' Kills Again & 'Teen Wolf' Gets Puzzling

Pretty Little Liars | For an episode filled with copious amounts of filler, out-of-character behavior and non-existent plot headway, “No Stone Unturned” did yield two last-minute morsels of new information. Charles is alive (who thought otherwise?) and the girls have been chipped by A.

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TV Rundown: July 5 | 'Penny Dreadful' Signs Off with a Daring Season Finale

“Penny Dreadful” wrapped its second season on a strongly somber note, closing its curtains with an array of characters bidding farewell to London as they headed overseas indefinitely. There were no happy endings to be had here, except for maybe Lily and Dorian. The two psychos will apparently spend the rest of their days waltzing in a bloody ballroom. Despite defeating the devil, Vanessa’s story ended on a down note with her winding up all alone as her friends departed her company. The season ending denouement felt more like a loss than a victory.

TV Rundown: June 28 & July 5 | Solving the Latest 2 Episodes of 'True Detective'

Episode 2: “Night Finds You”| Opening with a monologue from Vince Vaughn's Frank, the second episode of HBO's anthological series got off to a meditative start, filling in some of the backstory for the reformed crime boss with a tragic tale of neglect he endured during his terrible childhood. Speaking of childhoods, viewers also got a glimpse into the sordid relationship between Paul and his mother. To say their dynamic was awkward would be putting it mildly.