Frankie (Patricia Heaton) is eager to throw a graduation party for Axl (Charlie McDermott), but getting him to tell her what he would like at the event is like pulling teeth. Brick (Atticus Shaffer) has forgotten that he has a project to do as class historian before he leaves elementary school behind. Sue (Eden Sher) takes her driver's license test for the sixth time in the season finale, "Graduation." Neil Flynn also stars.
Failure to commit can be deadly to any relationship, and as it turns out, it does no favors for romantic comedies either. Or romantic dramas. Whatever this 2009 film -- about a widowed self-help guru (Aaron Eckhart) and the refreshing new woman (Jennifer Aniston) in his life -- is supposed to be, because it can't seem to make up its own mind. It was marketed to moviegoers as a "rom-com," but be prepared for some pretty dark stretches.
Amateur chefs compete to become a culinary master and earn the title -- and very cool apron -- of MasterChef in the fourth season of this competitive reality series hosted by intimidating chef Gordon Ramsay. Contestants are put through a series of challenges designed to test their palates, food knowledge, passion and culinary skills. They're evaluated by Ramsay, restaurateur Joe Bastianich and young four-star chef Graham Elliot.
When Tony (J.K. Simmons) gets back into the dating game after a long absence, Jack (Kyle Bornheimer) makes a disturbing discovery about his dad's new girlfriend. Mason (Johnny Pemberton) asks Darren (Edi Gathegi) for help when Aunt Terry (Leah Remini) won't let him drive. Danielle Nicolet also stars in the new episode "Book Club Romance."
Mike & Molly
Molly (Melissa McCarthy) is feeling crowded by all the family's stuff and decides to hold a yard sale in hopes of unloading some of it. Mike (Billy Gardell) and the guys try to help Carl (Reno Wilson) unload some stuff of his own -- namely, emotional baggage from his failed relationship with Christina (Holly Robinson Peete) -- by taking him on a fishing trip in "Yard Sale." Katy Mixon also stars.
The other half of the NBA's final four gets going tonight in Miami, where LeBron James and the defending champion Miami Heat face Paul George and the Indiana Pacers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The winners of this best-of-seven series advance to the championship round, the NBA Finals, next month.
The family travels to Florida to support Phil (Ty Burrell) after his mother dies. Claire (Julie Bowen) helps him carry out one of his mom's last wishes, and the kids (Nolan Gould, Ariel Winter, Sarah Hyland) reflect on what their grandmother left them. Gloria (Sofia Vergara) has to deal with an outstanding arrest warrant in the Sunshine State, and Jay (Ed O'Neill) gets a blast from his own past in the season finale, "Goodnight Gracie."
The Replicator, the elusive killer who's been stalking the BAU, ups the stakes in the two-hour season finale, targeting a member of the team. As he and his colleagues investigate a string of deaths apparently linked to the drug Ecstasy, Hotchner (Thomas Gibson) discovers his own estranged brother (Eric Johnson) is caught in the middle. Mark Hamill and Bellamy Young also guest star in "Brothers Hotchner; The Replicator."
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Rollins (Kelli Giddish) suspects the man she arrested for exposing himself in Central Park isn't who he appears to be, and she's right. As the SVU detectives attempt to determine his true identity, he stays one step ahead of them. A shocking theory surfaces, and Benson (Mariska Hargitay) winds up in mortal danger in the season finale, "Her Negotiation." Raul Esparza also stars.
How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)
As he deals with his second comedy club opening and some legal matters, Max (Brad Garrett) reacts to the stress by arguing with Polly (Sarah Chalke) and eating everything that isn't nailed down. Polly has more luck helping her ex-husband (Jon Dore) sort out his feelings for his new girlfriend in the new episode "How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life."
Country superstar Brad Paisley guest stars as himself and performs with Rayna and Deacon (Connie Britton, Charles Esten) in the season finale, "I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive" -- which happens to be the eerily prophetic title of a Hank Williams song. Hayden Panettiere also stars.
When a woman dies from what looks like a botched plastic surgery procedure, Shawn and Gus (James Roday, Dule Hill) suspect something more deliberate, but they still think it's the doctor's doing. Complicating matters is that the surgeon is an old flame of Henry's (Corbin Bernsen). Lori Loughlin guest stars in the new episode "Nip and Suck It."