by Tierney Bricker | Sun., Dec. 15, 2013 9:05 PM
Warning: We're about to run down the biggest TV moments from Sunday night, including Once Upon a Time, Masters of Sex, Witches of East End and more. If you don't want to be spoiled on a particular show, skip to the next!
Witches of East End: Ding-dong, one of the Lifetime hit's hot guys is dead! (Boo! Hiss!) In the season one finale, Killian died at the hand of his own brother Dash! Turns out, the boys, just like our sister-witches, have powers, which were stolen from them by their mother Penelope (aka Athena!) when they were young. But after Joanna killed Penelathena (That name works, right?), their powers were restored. And a scorned Dash (who was supposed to marry Freya) immediately murdered his bro (who, like Freya, is constantly being reborn and is meant to find her each time).
Oh, and Mike, Ingrid's friend, also bit the dust after he forced her to open the door to Asgard. So. Many. Deaths.
Once Upon a Time: Peter Pan is dead...and his son Rumplestiltskin did the honors, but may have sacrificed himself in order to stop the big bad once and for all. So wait, is Rumple really dead?! He can't be, right? Right?!
And the unhappy endings didn't stop there as before he died, Pan already enacted the curse, which Regina was able to stop. But only if she gave up Henry, the thing she loved most. So while everyone was able to return to the Enchanted Forest, Henry had to stay behind (along with Emma, thanks to her being the Savior and all!). And even worse? Henry and Emma lost their memories of Storybrooke, which no longer exists, and everything they've been through the past two seasons.
In the final scene, OUAT took a page from its creators' Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis' previous series, Lost, and cut to a year later, where Emma and Henry are happily living in New York City when who should show up at their door but Captain Hook! But without her memories of Storybrooke (or their super hot kiss), Emma slams the door in his face after he warns her that her family is in danger.
P.S. Did you see who Lost alum Rebecca Mader is playing when she makes her debut in March? It's truly wicked and we've got your exclusive first look at Mader in action. We are BEYOND excited for this crazy good new villain!
Masters of Sex: Confession: We love a good love triangle. Another confession: We never expected Showtime's new hit to gift us with one of our new favorite love triangles of the season. And man, did it not disappoint with its season one finale, which ended with Virginia in the middle of the two men in her life: Ethan and William, with the latter rushing to her in the episode's final season to make his plea, telling her he can't live without her. Gah, we need season two right now! (OK, so we all know William and Virginia ended up married in real-life, but still, half the fun is getting there, no?)
Revenge: And Emily's shooter was revealed to be...her new husband Daniel! Insane in the membrane, right?! To find out how it all went down and to get scoop on what's ahead from Revenge's boss, check out our postmortem with Sunil Nayar. He even tackles the crazytown things Joshua Bowman (Daniel) said about wanting to leave the show.
Homeland: The Showtime hit closed out its polarizing third season went out with a bang as a major, major, major (did we mention major?) character died. To find out how it all went down, read our recap. We are still in disbelief.
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