What To Watch This Week

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By: Jamie Steinberg




The Bachelor: Tonight’s the night. THE night. The final rose will be handed out and “The Bachelor” Ben Higgins seals his fate. Tonight he will choose the final female to spend the rest of his life with. Will he choose bubbly blond Laurel Bushnell or sassy JoJo Fletcher? You’ll have to tune in to see who Higgins is ready to walk down the aisle with and who is sent just walking away. (ABC, 8pm ET/PT)

Vanderpump Rules: Another finale worth watching. Stassi and Jax finally meet after their uber breakup years ago – at Katie and Tom’s engagement! Kristen crashes the party and gives an awkward toast to the happy couple, which is then interrupted by a drunk LaLa. Could things get more out of hand? Sure. A stoned James blurts out the state of his sobriety in front of Lisa and picks a fight with Jax. Drama, thy name is Bravo. (Bravo, 9pm/8C)



Pretty Little Liars: Someone has a twin. Thanks to last week’s finale preview, we learn that one of the Rosewood residents has a doppelganger (#TwinonPLL). We also found out that Hanna was willing to put her life on the line in order to manipulate Uber A into coming out of the shadows. Is she able to carry off this bold bluff in order to save her friends and finally put to rest this endless enemy? Must. See. TV. (Freeform, 8pm ET/PT)

The Grinder: After a dark start to your evening, grab some giggles. Tune in for The Grinder as tonight’s episode features guest stars Jenna Fischer and Chris Klein. Being touted as “the biggest episode yet,” we find Dean (Rob Lowe) struggling with his ability to “grind.” In order for him to get his mojo back, he decides to attempt to crack the case of the office being ransacked. We also get a fab flashback of a younger Dean who must decide if he is willing to live the simple life or go after his dreams, which leads him to become The Grinder. (FOX, 9:30pm ET/PT)



Rosewood: Villa and Rosewood’s relationship faces an uncertain future when she gets paired with a recent transfer with whom she shares an interesting past. This weeks’ investigation has the team investigating a suburban dentist who ran a yuppie drug ring. Unfortunately, Rosewood can’t shake the feeling that the new addition to the Miami PD knows more about this than they are letting on. Adding some levity to this episode is guest star Sherri Shepherd as Dr. Anita Eubanks who is brought in to help with the investigation. When Hornstock’s insecurities cause him some trepidation in handling the public relations side of the case, he turns to an unlikely aid for help. (FOX, 8pm ET/PT)


Modern Family: Always hilarious, Modern Family finds a way to continue to bring the funny. In this week’s episode, Phil shares that he has a new client who is “just my type.” We all know he has a way with words so who knows what that means…In the meantime, Gloria believes her yoga instructor has the hots for her. Um, who doesn’t? Needless to say, she ropes Claire into coming to one of her classes where the instructor ends up giving her some inappropriate attention. (ABC, 9pm ET/PT)



Scandal: Sexy and scintillating, Scandal returns this week. Abby is desperate to be Chief of Staff for the incoming President as she begins to question Cyrus’ motives as her mentor. Susan and Mellie begin to feel the pressure of their campaigns. Jake continues to keep his cards close to the vest by keeping secrets from Olivia, which only provokes her need to spy on him. Already on the edge of our seats, we are promised that “one gladiator is pushed to the dark side.” With darkness already running in his veins, can we rule out Huck? (ABC, 9pm ET/PT)

How To Get Away: Wes has learned that Mr. Mahoney is actually his father. We found out it was Sam that put the hit out on Lila. Annalise of the past lost her baby. Phillip is still on the loose and Caleb is missing. This is just the tip of the iceberg from last week’s episode that lead us to the season finale this evening. It’s hard to imagine what tonight’s episode could possibly do to top the amazing dramatics of the entire season so far. You’ll just have to tune in to see what bombs explode and who makes it out alive. (ABC, 10pm ET/PT)



Second Chance: After years of PTSD from his parents’ death and with twin sister Mary pushing his buttons, Otto has reached his limits. With Connor puppeting Alexa’s moves behind the scenes, will Mary and Otto find themselves between a rock and hard place? Meanwhile, Gracie has been kidnapped and Duval worries they will use her DNA to regenerate new humans. Tune in to see how things play out. (FOX, 9pm ET/PT)


Grimm: On the heels of their 100th episode, we find an old Wesen warrior tradition entering the modern world of wrestling. Someone has created a mask that can give any Wesen strength and in the world of “Grimm,” we all know that with great power deadly consequences follow. Thus, Nick, Hank, Monroe and Rosalee must find a way to put an end to the bloodshed. Meanwhile, Captain Renard is mulling over the chance to come closer to claiming his destiny. (NBC, 9pm ET/PT)



The Good Wife: Blair Underwood guest stars in one of the series finale episodes as a grieving father of a shooting victim. Diane, Cary and Lucca team up to defend him in a defamation case over a billboard he paid for that described the gun store owner as a murder. Things are still hot and heavy with Jason and Alicia, but a hookup gets interrupted when Grace is accused of plagiarizing her entrance essay to college. (CBS, 9pm ET/PT)

Girls: It’s the final season of Girls so you better be tuning in. Hanna and her mom head to a weekend for some rejuvenation and mother-daughter bonding. Shoshanna, despite being fired from her job, is still living in Japan. Meanwhile, Jessa and Adam have finally hooked up! Her sister is in town and, as ever the good boyfriend, Adam expresses an interest in meeting her. To his shock though, Jessa casually confesses “we’ve slept with all of the same people.” Yep, gunna watch this episode. (HBO, 9pm ET/PT)

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