"Castle" Says Goodbye, Maria Bamford Is "Lady Dynamite," HBO Goes "All The Way": TV THIS WEEK

Plus: Another death on Grey's Anatomy, Marge Simpson goes to prison, and more.

It's Monday, time to look at the week ahead on televisionLet's take a look at the week ahead


At 10pm, say goodbye to ABC's Castle, when the crime drama concludes an eight season run.

Logo's RuPaul's Drag Race crowns a winner in the Season 8 finale at 9pm.

A&E gives viewers a sneak peek of its new Roots series with Roots: A New Vision at 10pm.

Russell Tovey's BBC Three sitcom Him & Her is now streaming on Hulu—the series follows a couple in the "real" stage where they stop trying to hide awkward realities like bathroom habits.


This week is Jeopardy's Power Players Week: Today, Anderson Cooper takes on CBS news' Lara Logan and MSNBC political analyst Michael Steele. Wednesday's show has gay journalist Jonathan Capehart facing CNN host Kate Bolduan and comedian Louis C.K.

If you've been missing Katie Cassidy on Arrow, she shows up on Tuesday's episode of The Flash at 8pm, courtesy of all those infinite earths.

On ABC's Fresh Off the Boat at 8pm, Eddie isn't sure how his mother will feel about him having a girlfriend who isn't Chinese, so he schemes to ensure a good first impression.

At 8:30pm on ABC, after Pat leaves his badge at home, the kids decide to pretend to be police onThe Real O'Neals.

At 9pm, ABC airs a two-hour finale of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Who will live? Who will die? Since Joey isn't in the credits this week, we hope he survives.


Fox promises a packed season finale of Empire at 9pm, when Jamal is fighting for his life, Anika is threatening to jump off a balcony, and somebody is getting married.

At 9pm, the Modern Family season finale sees Cam and Mitch figuring out how to spend time with Lily now that Cam has taken a gig out of town.

At 9:30pm, Black-ish wraps its second season with a tribute to the classic Norman Lear sitcom Good Times.

Then, at 10pm, it's the second-to-last episode of Nashville. We're not sure what's in store for gay singer Will Lexington, but Sir Elton John appears as himself.


At 8pm on ABC, it's the Grey's Anatomy season finale—which promises to be bloody, as another Seattle Grace doctor dies.

On the CW at 8pm, DC's Legends of Tomorrow closes out its first season with the team returning to Central City to take a break before their ultimate battle with Vandal Savage.

At 10pm, Sarah makes a big decision on BBC America's Orphan Black, and Cosima isn't sure she will live enough to find a cure for the disorder that's killing her.


Netflix debuts Lady Dynamite, which reunites comedian Maria Bamford with Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz. The show criss-crosses three timelines—one in the present day, one about a decade ago when Bamford was just starting out, and the last when she was living at home with mom and dad.


At 8pm, All the Way adapts the Tony-winning play about LBJ's (Bryan Cranston) efforts to pass the Civil Rights Act.

At 11:30pm, Fred Armisen graduates to host for the Saturday Night Live season finale on NBC.


At 8pm, the season finale of The Simspsons takes on Orange Is the New Black when Marge goes to prison, which feels more like a vacation to her than a punishment.

At 9pm, AMC wraps Fear the Walking Dead for the spring. The group has made it to Thomas' home in Mexico, just in time for Strand to find out his boyfriend is dying. What more can go wrong? (because it always goes wrong on Walking Dead.)

Then at 10pm, AMC premieres Preacher, an adaptation of the graphic novel about a jaded minister, his girlfriend and a vampire, who are all running from an international conspiracy that dates back millennia.