Stevie Nicks, Lily Rabe, American Horror Story, Coven

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Warning: We're about to run down the biggest TV moments from Wednesday night. If you don't want to be spoiled on a particular show, skip to the next!

American Horror Story: Coven: The white witch is in! You know a show is bonkers when its twists and turns can overshadow (kind of) a guest appearance by Stevie Nicks(She was kind of freakin' totally amazing, no?), who paid a visit to the Big Easy to sing and shawl twirl with her number one fan Misty Day. But with the good comes the bad and Misty found herself locked in a coffin, thanks to wannabe Supreme Madison. (Who, we shit you not, basically proclaimed herself Jesus Christ. Have we mentioned we love her?) The kicker? Madison stole Misty's Stevie shawl and did a twirl of her own. The nerve. The sass. We bow down.

But Misty wasn't the only witch in the coven not having a great day; Nan killed next door neighbor and religious zealot Joan after learning that Luke died. But the killing didn't end there as , a delicious devious duo, drowned Nan in a tub at the end of the episode as a sacrifice for voodoo Satan Papa Ledgba (Oh hi, Fringe's Lance Reddick). You see, the reason Marie is immortal is because she sold her soul, something Fiona attempts to do, before Papa reveals she doesn't even have one to sell. Ouch!

Psych: They boys are back! Tonight's season eight premiere features Shawn and Gus hopping across the pond to help consult for Interpol. While Gus was running around looking absolutely adorable in his Harry Potter wear and trying to stalk Rupert Grint, Shawn agreed to act as a stand in in a heist as a car thief. Leading the Interpol plan is agent Roy Stanley or as most Psych fans know him as Pierre Despereaux.

Unfortunately in true Psych fashion, Shawn and Gus found themselves in a dangerous situation as the plans for their heist took a fatal turn. Not to worry though, Despereaux arrived just in time to save our favorite Santa Barabara duo from their impending doom. It'll be interesting to see how Shawn and Gus continue to get involved with cases since they were officially fired in the season seven finale. 

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Mariska Hargitay


Law and Order: SVU: Tonight Benson faced her attacker Lewis yet again, only this time it was in the courtroom. We all know that Lewis is a master manipulator, but tonight's episode proved that he is even more sly and cunning and we could ever imagine. Lewis fired his lawyer and represented himself in the courtroom and he did everything that he could to paint Benson as a ruthless cop who is used to bending the laws.

In the end, Lewis was indeed found guilty however it was an extremely light sentence compared to what the snake really deserved. In the last few minutes of the episode Benson was seen crying in the courthouse stairwell and Lewis was faking a seizure, thus leading us to believe that this is not the last we will see of Benson's tormentor. Want more Law and Order: SVU details? Of course you do! Check out our exclusive interview with Mariska Hargitay right here.

Revolution: Tonight's mid-season premiere featured an interesting mix of storylines but here's everything you need to know: Monroe, Miles and Rachel all went on a journey searching for Monroe's long-lost son. And guess what? They found him. Like father like son, Conner is the leader of a Mexican drug-cartel crew that runs the small town where he lives.

Neville and Julia continued with their twisted romance leading Neville to poison the President's chief of staff in his quest for power. And in a bizarre twist, the Patriots began injecting something unknown into the oranges that they were handing out in Willoughby. 

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