It’s closing time for a number of different shows this week. TV Line reports that this week there are 14 season finales airing as this broadcast season comes to an end. It can be difficult to keep track of what’s coming, what’s going, and what to look forward to.
We do know, however, that missing the season finale of your favorite show is perhaps the worst episode to miss. If you’re on social media, you may encounter some spoilers. So he’s a comprehensive look at what to watch as it ends.
Upcoming Season Finales
First up is “Death and Nightingales” on May 30 on Starz. The historical drama with Ann Skelly, Matthew Rhys, and Jamie Dornan. The “Fall River” docuseries finale will also take place on that night on Epix. HBO’s new show “Mare of Easttown” has its limited series finale and “Worst Cooks in America” is wrapping up season 22.
On May 31, the incredibly popular ABC program “The Good Doctor” will have its season four finale. The series was renewed for a fifth season.
“The Haves and the Have Nots” will have a finale and then start on season 8B on June 1. Then “Mike Tyson: The Knockout” will premiere its docuseries finale on ABC.
On June 2, “Nancy Drew” is airing its season two finale on The CW. This series starring Kennedy McMann as the iconic sleuth Nancy Drew has a third season coming.
June 3 will be a particularly busy day for very exciting season finales. The popular action-drama show on ABC, “Station 19,” a spin-off of “Grey’s Anatomy,” is wrapping up season four. It was renewed for a fifth season as well. The mothership of all hospital shows, “Grey’s Anatomy,” is also having a finale that night as well. The cult-classic show is still trucking along and will come out with a season 18 in the future.
“Law & Order: SVU” is having its season 22 finale on NBC. The series is one of the longest-running scripted primetime television series. In fact, Mariska Hargitay is the longest-running actor in a live-action primetime series.
“I’m deeply proud to be a part of this groundbreaking show, and humbled to make television history today. The longevity and continued success of SVU is a testament not only to the show’s powerful storytelling and ability to connect with viewers, but to its necessity. We have told important stories for 20 years, and we will continue to tell them,” Hargitay said in 2019 in a statement.
The new “Law & Order” baby is also wrapping up its first highly successful finale. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Law & Order: Organized Crime” is in second place for ratings and viewers compared to other new rookie broadcast shows. It averaged 8.35 million viewers and 1.7 in ratings. It’s behind “The Equalizer” with Queen Latifah.
Finally, on June 4, “The Mosquito Coast” will air its season one finale on Apple TV +.