Ruth: "The only thing in the entire world that I want is for anything Klaroline-related on
. A mention, a phone call, a crossover, anything at all. Please tell Santa to make it happen."
, because Jack Falahee is alternately smoking hot and devastatingly heartbreaking in those scenes. It\'s gotten to where I enjoy being put through that kind of emotional wringer."
\'s Ward to turn more vigilante than straight-up dark villain. And I\'d like to see Skye go through her own darkness as she becomes the superhero she\'s meant to be."
to be about the contestants and not close-up shots of Jennifer Lopez and inane hashtags."
not to lose Clara Oswald, because let\'s face it: She is overflowing with personality this season, and Jenna Coleman and Peter Capaldi have a great chemistry that should not be squandered."
to not permanently be in Lima. The character deserves so much more."
to use some better balance in the storylines. It\'s trying to run three shows within the show at once:
, with each plot being filler for the others. Episodes need to focus more on one plot at a time and just peek in with the other two, or deftly merge plotlines as the fall finale did."
"...Ian McShane to do a surprise guest spot [on the final season of
Deadwood alumni] Timothy Olyphant and Ian on screen again and have a showdown."
— that through word-of-mouth between seasons and its overwhelming critical praise, it returns to bigger ratings than ever, resulting in an easy renewal and saving us from the usual fear of cancellation."
[Season 2 on WGN], which deserves the attention. Fantastically good storytelling that no one seems to know about."
to actually win that Golden Globe and therefore guarantee itself a second season."
\'s Deeks and Kensi break up after a handful of episodes. This TV couple deserves happiness."
finale that will have me laughing and crying (probably simultaneously) and make my heart swell and WHY IS THIS SHOW ENDING. (And if they\'re really generous, a Brendanawicz cameo)."
to SLOW DOWN and find some time for comedy. We saw Emma and Regina getting drunk (last episode!), Charming teaching Henry how to drive... I love when
does comedy. They should do it more often."
! Come on — their screen time is weak. They were so adorable at the end of Season 1, and Bash is such a sweetheart when it comes to love. We need some lightheartedness with everything going on — seriously, it\'s getting dark!"
\' Donna and Harvey to admit they have feelings for each other. Anything after that is a cherry on top!"
\'s Sheldon and Amy to... well, seal the deal, for lack of better, non-dirty phrasing. Can you imagine? Sheldon knows it\'s going to happen, so who does he turn to? The person in the group with the most experience: Penny. The questions he could ask... My sides hurt from laughing at just the thought!"
. Those two characters rarely interact, and I think it would be amazing to see how they communicate with more than a passing line or two. Also, more shirtless Chris Messina. Please and thank you."
\'s Alicia Florrick to stop being so sanctimonious about what she is and isn\'t willing to do to win the state\'s attorney race. She\'s more pragmatic than that and it seems out of character."
to be given some love! This show has been consistently hilarious, fun and is filled with an awesome cast who are so in sync they seem like a real family. Take notice, Emmy, SAG, Golden Globes — this show/cast/crew deserve praise and nominations, too!"
Emily: "I desperately need a third season renewal of
! It\'s one of the most original, interesting and intriguing shows I\'ve ever watched. It\'s one of those shows that needs a proper conclusion before viewers can even remotely be satisfied and I, for one, am not ready to see the conclusion yet."
Deb: "My 2015 TV wish list contains one thing: a second season for ABC\'s
! This show is witty and warm, and the chemistry between the actors was obvious even from the very first preview."
to find a new home. Despite my early skepticism over the series, I\'ve fallen for it as hard as Eliza and Henry have for one another. The \'Hulu-ed\' episodes get better each week."
to return to a cable or network channel. I even miss Elizabeth Mitchell as Rachel Matheson... although I don\'t miss Rachel that much."
]. It would be fun to see [Deadwood alumni] Timothy Olyphant and Ian on screen again and have a showdown."