TV THIS WEEK: Penny Dreadful returns, Bitten's finale, and more!

It's the last week of April, and that means that even more of our standard broadcast season shows are on their way out. We get the finales of LuciferBitten, and Limitless. Plus, Penny Dreadful's back, a big episode of Arrow, and more.

Check out the week in TV below. What's on your watchlist?


Lucifer (FOX) Monday, 9 p.m. - "Take Me Back to Hell"

Season finale! - Constantine couldn't make it NBC, but so far, Lucifer is making it at Fox. The supernatural series based on the Vertigo comic of the same name is ranking second among new Fox series this year, with an average of more than 10 million viewers tuning in across various platforms. Among all new broadcast shows overall, it comes in at number five. This is one of those series, so far, that viewers want to watch whether they caught it the night it aired or not, and that spells good news for both the network and the cast and crew. So, Season 2 is on the way. For now, enjoy the finale, in which Lucifer has to fight to clear his own name after he's framed for murder. Check out a preview below.



Bitten (Syfy) Monday, 11 p.m. - "Truth, Changes, Everything"

Series finale! - Earlier this year we saw the end of Lost Girl, Syfy's other sexy supernatural Canadian import, and now we see the end of Bitten. For a lot of fans, it's a wonder we got this far, because for a while it seemed like a third season wasn't coming. Fans got the final year they wanted, but it was, indeed, the final one. Now, it's one final fight for Elena to save the Pack.



Limitless (CBS) Tuesday, 10 p.m. - "Finale: Part Two!"

Season finale! - Like SupergirlLimitless is one of those genre series we're still waiting to learn the future of as we head into May and the final round of the traditional broadcast season. The series, adapted from the film of the same, started its first strong, and has continued to perform well, hovering around 6 million live viewers even on its worst days. Recent weeks haven't exactly been shattering for the show, but they also haven't been particularly impressive in the grand landscape of CBS programming. Still, there's good reason to believe it'll be back, so enjoy the finale without worrying too much.



Arrow (CW) Wednesday, 8 p.m. - "Canary Cry"

Well, this is going to be a heavy episode of Arrow. A few weeks ago, one of the show's characters (I won't say who, but this episode title does kinda give it away) met a shocking demise, and this is all about the fallout. The team will deal with the loss, Diggle will be wracked with guilt, and it's possible that our recently fallen character isn't actually gone at all. As it's gone on, Arrow grown increasingly more comic book-dependent. It started as a fairly straightforward vigilante show, and then went so far as to give us Lazarus Pits, of all things. So, who knows what happens next? Check out a preview below.



Penny Dreadful (Showtime) Sunday, 10 p.m. - "The Day Tennyson Died"

Season premiere! - Penny Dreadful is back, and so our wonderful pastiche of Victorian horror tropes gets to continue for another year. Like American Horror Story before it, this series has masterfully woven well-known horror elements into its own brand of storytelling, but unlike that series, it's done it over the course of one consistence story. Now, we get to see a new chapter in that tale. With her friends scattered to the winds, Vanessa must confront a new threat. Check out a preview below.




Lucifer (FOX) 9 p.m. - "Take Me Back to Hell"

Read more in our Highlights section above.

12 Monkeys (Syfy) 9 p.m. - "Primary"

Cole gets stranded in 2016 after an attempt to destroy the virus changes the future; Jones and Railly deal with the consequences of the changed timeline.



Scorpion (CBS) 9 p.m. - "Toby or Not Toby"

Season finale! - The team must outsmart mentally unstable ex-Scorpion member Mark Collins when he kidnaps Toby and threatens to kill him if his demands are not met.

Bates Motel (A&E) 9 p.m. - "There's No Place Like Home"

Norman returns home after making an unanticipated discovery; Norma takes on new projects; Dylan's search for Emma's mother leads to disturbing results.

Damien (A&E) 10 p.m. - "Here Is Wisdom"

Damien's efforts to control his fate lead to a bloody confrontation; Greta and Simone meet Veronica; Shay loses a witness.



Hunters (Syfy) 10 p.m. - "Maid of Orleans"

The ETU heads to a Hunter drug camp in Colombia; Regan struggles with her past.



Bitten (Syfy) 11 p.m. - "Truth, Changes, Everything"

Read more in our Highlights section above.


The Flash (CW) 8 p.m. - "Back to Normal"

A meta-human named Griffin Grey kidnaps Harry, mistaking him for Earth-1 Harisson Wells, and demands a cure for his condition.



Containment (CW) 9 p.m. - "I to Die, You to Live"

Lex learns that a woman who had close contact with an infected patient is missing; Jake's resentment toward Lex causes him to spiral; Katie keeps a watchful eye on her students; Teresa learns her friends may have been exposed to the virus.



Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC) 9 p.m. - "The Singularity"

The team reels from its losses as Hive continues to draw Inhumans to his side; agents Fitz and Simmons get a lead that could stop the maniacal Inhuman forever.



Stitchers (Freeform) 10 p.m. - "The Dying Shame"

The team hunts for the murderer of a Chinese pop star; Kirsten's friends question her about her obsessive search for Daniel Stinger; Cameron worries about introducing Kirsten to Nina.



Limitless (CBS) 10 p.m. - "Finale: Part Two!"

Read more in our Highlights section above.


Arrow (CW) 8 p.m. - "Canary Cry"

Read more in our Highlights section above.

Supernatural (CW) 9 p.m. - "The Chitters"

Sam and Dean go to a small town in Colorado to meet a two hunters who have a personal vendetta against monsters that appear once in a generation and cause mysterious disappearances.




The Powerpuff Girls (TOON) 6 p.m. - "Arachno-Romance"

The Professor has a new girlfriend; the girls plot and scheme to break up their budding relationship.

Teen Titans Go! (TOON) 6:30 p.m. - "Finally A Lesson"

No synopsis available.

Legends of Tomorrow (CW) 8 p.m. - "Leviathan"

Rip takes the team to London in the year 2166, three months before his family is killed, as a final opportunity to take out Savage.



The 100 (CW) 9 p.m. - "Breaking Point"

Clarke is on a mission that might change everything; Murphy gets an idea that may help ensure his survival; Kane reaches his breaking point.



Orphan Black (BBC) 10 p.m. - "The Stigmata of Progress"

Sarah reels from a shocking discovery, and becomes desperate to find answers; after following a lead, Sarah finds herself in a harrowing encounter.



Archer (FX) 10 p.m. - "Bel Banto: Part 1"

A group of party crashers ruin a fundraiser.


The Vampire Diaries (CW) 8 p.m. - "Kill 'em All"

Damon and Enzo lead the charge to rescue Bonnie before her condition worsens; Stefan learns the source of Matt's anger toward him; Caroline realizes how much she misses her former supernatural lifestyle; Damon makes a fateful decision.



The Originals (CW) 9 p.m. - "No More Heartbreaks"

Following Cami's violent encounter, Klaus relies on his family and allies to find a cure while he watches over Cami at the compound; Freya turns to her arsenal of spells while Vincent and Marcel look for a crucial ingredient at Cami's apartment.



Grimm (NBC) 9 p.m. - "The Taming of the Wu"

Wu gets entangled in a surprising altercation while suffering from a bite he sustained; Adalind faces a decision that could impact her and Nick's lives forever; Hank and Zuri's relationship begins to evolve.



Wynonna Earp (Syfy) 10 p.m. - "Diggin' Up Bones"

Wynonna and Dolls make a daring raid on the trailer park run by the lead Revenant; Henry comes face to face with an old nemesis.




Outlander (Starz) 9 p.m. - "La Dame Blanche"

Claire and Jamie throw a dinner party to turn investors away from Prince Charles' war effort; Jamie is shocked after Claire reveals that Jack Randall is alive.




Once Upon a Time (ABC) 8 p.m. - "Firebird"

No synopsis available.



Fear the Walking Dead (AMC) 9 p.m. - "Blood in the Streets"

The group lets a family in distress board the Abigail; Strand's past begins to come to light; Nick looks for an associate of Strand's.



Game of Thrones (HBO) 9 p.m. - "Homeward Bound"

No synopsis available.



Penny Dreadful (Showtime) 10 p.m. - "The Day Tennyson Died"

Read more in our Highlights section above.

Elementary (CBS) 10 p.m. - "The Invisible Hand"

Holmes and Watson discover a shocking connection to themselves when they identify the perpetrator behind the attempt made on Morland's life.


(Episode synopses via Zap2It)


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