On TV Tonight: Wednesday March 29, 2017

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NET 8PM 8:30PM 9PM 9:30PM 10PM 10:30PM
ABC The Goldbergs Imaginary Mary Modern Family Blackish Designated Survivor
CBS Survivor: Game Changers Criminal Minds Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders
CW Arrow The 100
FOX Shots Fired Empire Legion (FX)
NBC Blindspot Law & Order: SVU Chicago PD
MISC Schitt’s Creek (POP)
Harlots (HULU)
Major Crimes (TNT)
Rogue (AT&T)
Underground (WGN)
Greenleaf (OWN)
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (TBS)
Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo (Sundance)
Nobodies/Lopez (TVLand)
Syfy The Magicians The Expanse

SUPERNATURAL Sneak Peek: A Cut-and-Dry Case Goes Sideways



A routine werewolf hunt goes sideways in this week’s SUPERNATURAL.

Now that Dean has agreed to work with the British Men of Letters, the group has been feeding the Winchesters cases to hunt. Mick hands the boys what looks like a simple werewolf hunt and then asks to come along. While the boys are investigating the case they come across Claire, who is also looking into it.

Related: Browse through photos for this episode of SUPERNATURAL

But the situation quickly goes sideways when Claire gets bitten and the Winchesters have to figure out a way to save her from being turned.

Meanwhile, Executive Producer Robert Singer also teases that something will subtly come up in this episode “that we’re going to revisit next year” (SUPERNATURAL has already been renewed for season 13).

Watch a sneak peek below for the March 30 episode of SUPERNATURAL airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

PRETTY LITTLE LIARS Sneak Peek: Racing to the Hospital

There’s only 10 episodes left of PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, but A.D.’s deadly game is heating up when the show returns for its final (half) season. After Noel Kahn’s abrupt death, the Liars are trying to put their lives back together, but a gift from A.D. will throw that plan off course.

Spencer, meanwhile, will be trying to learn more about her connection to Mary Drake, while Mona helps Hanna get her fashion career back on track. On the relationship front, Aria and Ezra are trying to figure out what their future holds now that Nicole has reappeared, while Emily struggles to keep a balance between Ali and Paige now that all three of them are working at Rosewood High.

Recently the producer’s announced that the final 10 episodes will absolutely reveal A.D.’s identity, but are the fans ready for it?

PRETTY LITTLE LIARS returns for its final 10 episodes on April 18 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on Freeform.

SANTA CLARITA DIET Renewed for Season 2

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Were you bummed out by the cliffhanger at the end of season 1 of SANTA CLARITA DIET? Well have no fear, because Netflix has ordered up a second season of the delicious zombie dramedy.

The series, starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, will begin shooting its second season this summer. There’s no word yet on when season 2 might be served up to fans, but we do know it will happen in 2018.

DESIGNATED SURVIVOR Sneak Peek: New Surprises Arise

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President Kirkman seems to roll from one crisis into another in DESIGNATED SURVIVOR. Tonight, just when he thinks he has things under control, new surprises arise.

Last week, as FBI Agent Hannah Wells began to unravel some of the mystery behind the Capitol Building bombing and the part the now dead Vice President MacLeish played in it, new questions emerged. President Kirkman asked her to continue to pursue the case, while the enemies behind the attack learned that Wells was longer in detention and free to act against their plans. Meanwhile, Chief of Staff Aaron Shore was forced to admit he was the source behind a leak into the story that MacLeish had made the controversial shoot-to-kill order, taking out the gunman who had attempted to assassinate President Kirkman. As a result, Kirkman ordered Shore to take some time off and come back to the job rested, an order Shore didn’t take well. In his absence, Kirkman made Adviser Emily Rhodes acting chief of staff. First Lady Alex Kirkman decided it was time to remove the family from their dangerous surroundings, and despite his misgivings, the president agreed, sending Alex and their two children to Camp David to live. And, finally, Kirkman has been having problems filling cabinet positions, so Emily suggested he consult with former President Moss for help.

And this brings us to this week’s episode. President Kirkman turns to an unlikely ally for help when turmoil erupts in an African country, and gets a brutally honest assessment from former President Moss. He confronts a key suspect in the Capitol bombing as Well’s investigation takes a new turn. And Emily Rhodes and Aaron Shore sort out their new roles in the administration. Things don’t get any easier for the Kirkman Administration.

View the sneak peek below and tune in to DESIGNATED SURVIVOR tonight (March 29) at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on ABC (U.S.) and CTV (Canada).

What’s Coming to Hulu in April 2017?

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THE HANDMAID’s TALE, adapted from the book of the same name by Margaret Atwood, will be available on Hulu in April 2017. In addition, the streaming service will be carrying the first season of the new Freeform series FAMOUS IN LOVE and the final season of the long-running PRETTY LITTLE LIARS.

See the full list below of movies and TV shows coming to — and leaving — Hulu in April.

April 1
A Horse Tale
Agent Cody Banks
Almost Famous
America’s Sweethearts
Bad Company
Bangkok Dangerous
Ben Collins: Stunt Driver
Beyond the Sea
The Big Empty
Bigfoot Country
The Burrowers
Cadillac Man
Call Me
Casual Encounters
Company Man
Cry Freedom
Days of Thunder
Deja vu
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo
Eddie Murphy Raw
The Ex
Factory Girl
Federal Hill
Felicia’s Journey
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Fifteen and Pregnant
Fight to the Finish
Furry Vengeance
The Giant King
The Ghost and the Darkness
Guns of the Magnificent Seven
Happy Endings (2005)
Hemingway’s Garden of Eden
The Hours
I Am Number Four
In Old California
Kill Me Again
Kingdom of Blood
Kiss the Girls
The Magnificent Seven Ride
March of the Penguins
Mighty Joe Young
Miss Potter
Mother’s Day
Mr. Brooks
Mulholland Falls
My Best Friend’s Girl
NYC Underground
Original Sin
Out of the Inferno
People Like Us
The People vs. George Lucas
Pony Express
The Puffy Chair
Return of the Living Dead 3
Return of the Living Dead 4
Return of the Living Dead 5
Road Trip
Robocop 2
Robocop 3
Saturday Night Fever
Searching for Bobby Fischer
Shaun of the Dead
The Spirit
The Switch
Tale of Tales
Thelma & Louise
Tommy Boy
Trail of Blood
Twice Upon a Yesterday
Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys
Under the Sea
Usual Suspects
The Warriors
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Wicker Park
The Yards

April 2
Hello, My Name is Doris

April 4
Dimension 404 (Series premiere)
Precious Cargo
The Last Exorcism

April 5
Preacher (Complete Season 1)
Prison Break (Season 5 premiere)

April 6
NHL Road to the Outdoor Classics (Episode 4)

April 7
The Beach Boys: Making Pet Sounds
Steve Byrne: Tell the Damn Joke

April 8
Camp Lakebottom (Complete Season 1)
First Dates (Series Premiere)
Barbershop: The Next Cut
Beyond the Edge
Perfect in ’76

April 9
The Perfect Match
In A World

April 10

April 13
Short Term 12

April 14
The Babadook
The Man Who Knew Infinity
The Straight Story

April 15
DOT (Complete Season 1A)
Sid the Science Kid (Complete Seasons 1 & 2)
Sid the Science Kid: The Movie

April 18
Famous in Love (Series premiere)
My Hero Academia (Complete Season 1)
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints
Election Day: Lens Across America

April 19
Pretty Little Liars (Season 7 premiere)
Teen Beach Movie
Den Brother
The Even Stevens Movie
Johnny Tsunami
Stuck in the Suburbs
Tiger Cruise

April 21
LA Story (Complete Season 2)

April 22
Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation (Series premiere)

April 24
Top of the Lake (Complete Season 1)

April 25
Origins: The Journey of Humankind (Series premiere)
Wayward Pines (Complete Season 2)

April 26
The Handmaid’s Tale (Series premiere, Hulu original)

April 29
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Complete Season 4)

Leaving Hulu in April 2017

April 2
Inspector Gadget

April 14
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
Blank Check (1994)
Homeward Bound: the Incredible Journey
Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco

April 19
When A Man Loves A Woman

April 30
Baby Boom
Born Romantic
Drop Zone
Escape From Alcatraz
Fatal Attraction
Forces of Nature
Get Shorty
I Went Down
Major League
Rob Roy
The Running Man
Sands of Iwo Jima
Terms of Endearment
Untamed Heart
Wild Bill

BONES Series Finale Recap: How Did It All End?


After 12 seasons on the air and 246 episodes, BONES finally came to an end this week. The penultimate episode ended with a literal bang as the Jeffersonian was blown up by Kovac, a man seeking to destroy Booth and Brennan. The pair of them, along with Angela and Hodgins, were still trapped in the building when it exploded.

The good news, as we quickly learned in the series finale, is that all members of this crucial group of characters did survive the explosion. But the bad news came soon enough.

And that’s where the series finale picked up…

We panned over the destroyed remains of the show’s signature location, as well as the unconscious bodies of our squints and heroes. Hodgins, Angela and Booth all quickly realized each other was alive and Booth started screaming out for his wife.

Outside the Jeffersonian, Aubrey and the rest of the FBI tried to get in touch with Booth. When that didn’t work he headed over to the explosion site and was reunited with Cam and Arastoo.

Brennan was soon found, but she was very injured. Once she was conscious, however, she was desperate to remember what she had been looking at before the explosion. And then Brennan announced that something was wrong with her…something very serious and relevant to her brain.

Panicked, Booth tried to find a way to get all of them out of there, but the rescue crews arrived in the nick of time. Outside, an on-site test by a neurologist revealed that Brennan’s fears were real and her ability to process complex information had been compromised by the explosion. Still, Brennan wanted to get back to work inside the bone room.

As the squints headed back inside the lab, Booth went back to the FBI to try and catch Kovac. Some photos from Cam’s wedding actually led them to a possible accomplice.

When Brennan headed to the FBI and told Booth she was afraid of who she was if she didn’t have her intelligence, he assured her that she was so much more than just her forensic knowledge — she was the woman he loved and an incredible person to boot.

Meanwhile, thanks to some work by Cam and Hodgins, the team realized that Jeannine Kovac wasn’t Kovac’s wife — she was his sister. Soon after, a raid at an abandoned house led to Brennan recovering her complex thought processes and Booth shooting and killing Kovac, thus ending his vendetta against Booth and Brennan.

Back at the Jeffersonian re-construction had already begun and Brennan happily told Cam, Angela and Hodgins that she would be fine.

At the FBI, Aubrey announced that he was going to get the same promotion but remain in Washington, D.C. And while Aubrey’s most recent girlfriend had broken up with him, it seemed like there might be other romantic possibilities for him in the future…perhaps with Leslie Green.

A nice montage of various lab artifacts led to a lot of memories for BONES fans, but there was some big changes to come, even as the group reminisced about the past.

Hodgins and Angela revealed that they were working on a children’s book with characters based on people from the lab. Cam, meanwhile, announced that she was adopting three young boys with Arastoo, which is why she was going on an extended leave. Finally, Hodgins was told he would become the interim Director of the lab (a.k.a. the ultimate King of the Lab).

The final moments of the series finale found Booth and Brennan outside the Jeffersonian where Booth assured his wife that she would return to the lab soon enough.

Thus BONES came to an end, with a few changes for some characters and a future for all of them. And long-time BONES fans got one last nod — Brennan showed Booth a clock from her office that had stopped at the time of the explosion: 4:47.

On TV Tonight: Tuesday March 28, 2017


NET 8PM 8:30PM 9PM 9:30PM 10PM 10:30PM
ABC The Middle (R) American Housewife (R) American Housewife (R) Fresh Off the Boat (R) People Icons
CBS NCIS Bull NCIS: New Orleans
FOX New Girl The Mick Bones (Series Finale) The Americans (FX)
NBC The Voice Trial & Error Chicago Fire
CW The Flash DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
FFORM The Fosters Switched at Birth
MISC The Mindy Project (Hulu) If Loving You is Wrong (OWN) Rebel (BET)
The Detour (TBS)

The CW Teasers: Dark Secrets on SUPERNATURAL, Archie’s Mom on RIVERDALE and More


What’s coming to The CW the week of April 10? The Winchester brothers will try to uncover a town’s dark secrets on SUPERNATURAL, Molly Ringwald will appear as Archie’s mother on RIVERDALE, Klaus and Marcel are touched by dark magic on THE ORIGNALS and more. Meanwhile, SUPERGIRL, ARROW and THE FLASH will be airing reruns during this particular week.

Tuesday, April 11

iZOMBIE 3.02 “Zombie Knows Best”: When Liv (Rose McIver), Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) and Ravi (Rahul Kohli) arrive at the scene to investigate a fatal car accident, they begin to suspect foul play was involved. Both starving, Liv and Major (Robert Buckley) consume the brains of the accident victims, a well-meaning father and his angsty teenage daughter. Meanwhile, when Clive is brought in for questioning about a family that was murdered, he’s forced to reveal his past history with them. Lastly, Peyton (Aly Michalka) extends an olive branch to Ravi (Rahul Kohli), and Major hits a road block in his search for Natalie (guest star Brooke Lyons “The Affair”). David Anders also stars. Jason Bloom directed the episode written by Diane Ruggiero- Wright.

Thursday, April 13

SUPERNATURAL 12.18 “The Memory Remains”: Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a missing person’s case in a small town. The lead witness tells the Winchesters the attacker was a man with the head of a goat. Sam and Dean aren’t sure what to believe but when the witness goes missing they realize the town is hiding a dark secret. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by John Bring.

RIVERDALE 1.10 “Chapter Ten: The Lost Weekend”: When Fred (Luke Perry) decides to finalize the divorce with Archie’s mother Mary (guest star Molly Ringwald), Archie (KJ Apa) hides his true feelings.  Archie tries to win Valerie (guest star Hayley Law) back with a romantic evening, however, Betty (Lili Reinhart) hijacks his plans when she decides to throw Jughead (Cole Sprouse) a surprise birthday party.  Once Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) learns of the party, she decides to make it interesting and things quickly get out of control.  Meanwhile, Veronica (Camila Mendes) contemplates whether she should participate in the deposition to help get her Dad released.  Madchen Amick and Marishol Nichols also star. Dawn Wilkinson directed the episode written by Britta Lundin & Brian E. Paterson.

Friday, April 14

THE ORIGINALS 4.05 “I Hear You Knocking”: After being marked by The Hollow’s dark magic, both Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) experience the symptoms of a malevolent haunting, forcing the two adversaries on a violent collision course. Meanwhile, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies) head out to speak with Mary (guest star Debra Mooney) after Hayley uncovers a mysterious link between the dark magic and her former wolf pack. Finally, as an exhausted Freya (Riley Voelkel) risks her own life to cure Klaus’ infection, a guilt-ridden Keelin (guest star Christina Moses) must decide whether to honor her hypocratic oath and help Freya – or flee the Mikaelson’s forever. Chris Grismer directed the episode written by Kyle Arrington.

REIGN 4.09 “Pulling Strings”: Mary (Adelaide Kane) and Darnley (Will Kemp) wed in a lavish affair, which proves to be a successful decision in regards to her political standing. James (Dan Jeannotte) makes an interesting discovery about Greer (Celina Sinden), while Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) frantically tries to salvage England’s power. Megan Follows, Craig Parker, Ben Geurens, Rose Williams, Jonathan Goad and Spencer MacPherson star. Andy Mikita directed the episode written by April Blair and Laurie McCarthy.