Nyle DiMarco In The "DWTS" Finale, A Farewell To "Nashville," And "Red Nose Day" Returns

Plus: "Arrow," "The Night Manager," "Showing Roots" and more.

It's time to look at the upcoming week's TV highlights.


It's the finale of Dancing with the Stars on ABC at 8pm. Nyle DiMarco has had an incredible run—will the America's Next Top Model champion take a second reality TV trophy?

At 9pm, Whose Line Is It Anyway? returns on The CW with guest Alfonso Ribeiro and the return of Keegan-Michael Key.

At 8pm, CBS kicks off a week of prime-time The Price Is Right specials with former Survivor castaways. Contestants from Big Brother and The Amazing Race (including recent finalists Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl appear later in the week.

At 8pm, the season finale of Fox's Gotham wraps up a season that embraced the crazy. Tonight, a big escape that leaves the city with an abundance of villains.


At 8pm, The Flash finale sees Barry in a final confrontation with Zoom. But the bigger question is will Barry and Cisco's multiverse-spanning powers lay the groundwork for a crisis that all the CW's superheroes will have to face next season?

On the Fresh Off the Boat season finale at 8pm on ABC, Ken Jeong appearing as Louis' brother. Meanwhile, Eddie tries to hide that he watched a Chris Rock comedy, even though he was warned he was too young.

Then, at 8:30pm, Kenny tries to figure out who to ask to prom on The Real O'Neals season finale.

At 10pm, AMC wraps up The Night Manager as Angela (Olivia Colman) and Jonathan (Tom Hiddleston) move to save their operation against Roper (Hugh Laurie). It looks unlikely things will end well for Corky (Tom Hollander).


The CW's Arrow wraps its season up at 8pm with a surprising team up as Team Arrow tries to stop Damien Darhk.

At 9pm, Wayward Pines returns to Fox, with a new resident (Jason Patric) waking up just as the settlement gets a new authoritarian regime.

Wednesday also brings the finale of The Path on Hulu: Keep your fingers crossed there are some happy moments for Betsy after her breakup from Mary.


At 10pm, ABC says goodbye to Nashville with the drama's final episode, which sees Will step up as a "leader of a cause and a community."


It's NBC's second annual Red Nose Day at 9pm, with host Craig Ferguson and guests Ellen DeGeneres, Paul Rudd, Kristen Bell, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron helping to raise funds for kids in need.

Lifetime sets the stage for next week's Roots remake with Showing Roots at 10pm. Set in 1977, the telefilm sees Uzo Aduba and Maggie Grace try to ease racial tensions by getting locals to watch the original Roots at their beauty salon.

At 10pm, there clones in crisis on Orphan Black: Sarah realizes she's created a big mess, Cosima is getting more desperate to find a cure, and Alison learns that Donnie is a target of Neolution.


On Friday, Netflix debuts the second season of the documentary series Chef's Table, profiling six exceptional chefs from around the world.

That's not the only Netflix original debuting its second season, as the southern thriller Bloodlines returns with more secrets, murder and lies.


At 8pm on NBC, The Carmchael Show closes out its second season with an episode titled "President Trump."

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