Returns: Monday, June 4 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: The Adams-Foster kids grew up! The end of Season 5 featured a time jump so that we saw not only Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Brandon (David Lambert) graduate from Anchor Beach, but Mariana (Cierra Ramirez), Jesus (Noah Centineo) and finally Jude (Hayden Byerly) graduate as well. Callie got into the University of California San Diego five-year law program while Brandon went to Los Angeles to study film scoring. Mariana achieved her dream of going to MIT while Jesus attended community college in San Diego. Jude learned he'd be going to UCLA in the season's final episode. However, the biggest news of the season finale was that Brandon became engaged to a brand new love interest. The three-night series finale event of The Fosters will focus on his wedding and launch the upcoming spin-off Good Trouble, which will follow Callie and Mariana.
Returns: Tuesday, June 5 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Athena (Carrie-Anne Moss) said goodbye to V (Chloe Wicks), the last link to her dead daughter, as V uploaded herself somewhere she couldn't be found. Karen (Ruth Bradley) decided not to kill herself and took in a synth child. Hester (Sonya Cassidy) stabbed Leo (Colin Morgan), killing his synthetic mind but leaving his body alive. Mia (Gemma Chan) sacrificed herself to kill Hester and save Laura (Katherine Parkinson). Mattie (Lucy Carliss) released the code that would make all synths conscious in order to revive Mia.
Returns: Tuesday, June 5 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Although the season ended with Josh (Nico Tortorella) actually marrying Clare, we learned in the finale that he is still not over Liza (Sutton Foster); in fact, he drunkenly confessed to her on the eve of his wedding that the life he really wanted was any life with her. Sa-woon. Liza clearly still had feelings for Josh too, but she was also still hot for her boss Charles (Peter Hermann). Unfortunately, it looked to Liza as if Charles was getting back together his wife, but that couldn't be further from the truth. As the show kicks off its fifth season, Liza's secret again threatens to destroy the career she's built for herself. But will Charles ever find out the truth? And will Josh regret his decision to marry another woman when he's so clearly still in love with Liza?
Returns: Tuesday, June 5 at 10:30/9:30c
Where We Left Off: The Season 2 finale tackled sexism by taking a trip back in time to the 1940s. In the present day, Deb (Katie Thomas) planned to return to work after giving birth, but in the '40s, she was informed she was expected to stay home to take care of her child. Meanwhile, Mary Louise (Katie O'Brien) worried about Hot Dad meeting plenty of hot ladies during a trip to South America, while her counterpart in the past worried he'd forget about her when he went to war. And Chelsea (Katy Colloton) thought she was dating too many men, but in the '40s a number of soldiers wanted to take her out after returning home from war.
Returns: Thursday, June 7 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Hoo boy! Deacon (Charles Esten) may get charged with assault for standing up to his new flame's ex, Daphne (Maisy Stella) won a ticket to a hot singing show, Avery (Jonathan Jackson) took off his wedding ring saying he no longer cares about Juliette (Hayden Panettiere), Scarlett (Clare Bowen) has a new love interest who is a war vet with PTSD, and The Lost Highways got a break to perform on The Chew... but Will (Chris Carmack) collapsed and EMTs couldn't find a pulse! OMG! Nashville will have a lot of storylines to wrap up before it ends.
Returns: Friday, June 8 at 12:01am PT
Where We Left Off: The cancellation gods were kind to Sense8, allowing the beloved Netflix series to return one last time for a proper goodbye. Unfortunately, the movie that will serve as the finale has only two hours to wrap up the storylines left dangling when the show's second season ended, and there are a lot of them. BPO still has Wolfgang (Max Riemelt), but at least now the cluster has captured Whispers (Terrence Mann), presumably to make a trade. There's also that mysterious network of sensates working against the nefarious machinations of BPO to contend with, so here's hoping we figure out what their deal is before all is said and done.
Returns: Sunday, June 10 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: After finally raising enough funds to get out of the drug game and into her very own high-end nail salon, Desna (Niecy Nash) found herself back where she'd started. Riva (Andrea Sooch) and the Russians had taken control of Uncle Daddy's (Dean Norris) drug business and Desna will again be forced to launder the dirty money. As Desna deals with the major setback, she'll at least have her girls by her side to keep her head on straight. Meanwhile, Uncle Daddy isn't taking the big loss lying down and will turn to another major crime boss for help.
Returns: Tuesday, June 12 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: In the Season 1 finale, each of the girls took some bold new steps. Jane (Katie Stevens) made the difficult decision to leave her comfortable job at Scarlet for a position that would let her do more of the hard-hitting journalism she craved to do. Meanwhile, Kat (Aisha Dee) struck out on her own for the first time in her life, choosing to meet up with Adena in Peru. Elsewhere, Sutton (Meghann Fahy) realized she didn't have real feelings for Alex after Richard (Sam Page) confessed he should have fought harder for her and their relationship. When the show returns for its two-hour Season 2 premiere, Jane will be struggling to find her voice in her new position at Incite, Kat will still be doing a little soul searching once she returns from her trip, and Sutton will struggle when a new policy seems to give her and Richard the green light to continue their relationship.
Returns: Thursday, June 14 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Ashley (Essence Atkins) reluctantly agreed to celebrate the anniversary of her and Marlon's (Marlon Wayans) first date despite their divorce, resulting in a touching family moment that could change the dynamic going forward.
Returns: Thursday, June 14 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Abby (Lisa Edelstein) cut ties with Barbara (Retta), which means she'll be facing a scary new step in her career when the show returns for its final season. Thankfully, her personal life is there to balance everything out: things are heating up now that she's rekindled things with Coach Mike. Meanwhile, Delia (Necar Zadegan) spent the finale worried she was pregnant, and she will have to face the fallout from her pregnancy test in Season 5. Elsewhere, Phoebe (Beau Garrett) will have to deal with her criminal brother who suddenly waltzed back into her life after being released from prison.
Returns: Friday, June 15
Where We Left Off: Remember when Billy Bob Thornton won a Golden Globe for this legal drama last year? Hard to believe, but it really happened. In the Season 1 finale, drunken, bitter lawyer Billy McBride (Thornton) managed to pull it together and defeat evil defense contractor Borns Technology in an anticlimactic courtroom semi-showdown in which his team just sort of... won by default. Season 2 will find him drunk again and tackling a new case.
Returns: Friday, June 15 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: At the end of the show's third season, in one of those insane "only on 12 Monkeys!" twists, we found out the Witness was actually Olivia all along, as she slit Althan's (James Callis) throat. And in an episode coda, we saw a very young Cole get a note... from his mother? The show's fourth and final season will air over four weeks this summer and find Cassie (Amanda Schull) and Cole (Aaron Stanford) setting out to find a weapon that can stop the Witness once and for all.
Returns: Sunday, June 17 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: The Season 3 finale of The Affair could have served as a series finale, with everyone finally settling into separate lives. Noah (Dominic West) completed his three-year prison stint after taking the fall for Scotty's (Colin Donnell) death. The experience forced him to face his demons, and after a failed romance with a French literature professor, he realized it was time to get down to business and reconnect with his family. Meanwhile, Alison (Ruth Wilson) did much of the same after a depressive spiral pushed her to leave her young daughter with Cole (Joshua Jackson), the girl's biological father. When Alison finally returned to Montauk and was ready to be a mother again, she had to battle Cole and his new wife Luisa (Catalina Sandino Moreno). The three of them were finally able to agree on shared custody as Cole and Alison went into business together as the owners of the Lobster Shack.
Returns: Sunday, June 17 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Harlee (Jennifer Lopez) and Wozniack (Ray Liotta) got back in each others relative good graces after Harlee killed their foe Bianchi (Anna Gunn) and Julia offed herself. Their reconciliation came not one moment too soon, since Stahl's (Warren Kole) pursuit of Harlee left her in a precarious spot, and Woz badly needs to be rescued after being shot.
Returns: Wednesday, June 21 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Teresa (Alice Braga) decided to it was time to build a new empire of her own, so she killed Epifanio (Joaquim de Almeida) in order to close the chapter on her past. After murdering Epi, Teresa left Culiacan behind to seek refuge in America, but Camila (Veronica Falcon) vowed to get revenge on her former mentee.
Returns: Thursday, June 21 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Season 2 ended on an unexpected and unplanned cliffhanger after star Ryan Phillippe broke his leg and was unable to finish filming the season. Bob Lee Swagger (Phillippe) took a bullet from Isaac (Omar Epps) to spare the villainous Chechen sniper Solotov (Josh Stewart), because otherwise Solotov's bomb vest would have blown up and killed Swagger's loved ones. Solotov escaped with the injured Swagger, and so Isaac and Swagger's wife Julie (Shantel VanSanten) formed an uneasy alliance to go find their man.
Returns: Friday, June 22 at 12:01 am PT
Where We Left Off: At the end of Season 1, after killing his childhood foe Diamondback (Erik LaRay Harvey), Luke (Mike Colter) went to prison for vigilantism. Mariah (Alfre Woodard) and Shades (Theo Rossi) managed to escape arrest and prosecution, which left them free to rebuild their criminal empire in Season 2. The sophomore season of Luke Cage will pick up after the events of Marvel's The Defenders, with Luke out of prison and trying to live a peaceful life with Claire (Rosario Dawson). He is, of course, still helping Misty (Simone Missick) and the police department clean up the city, but Luke's fame will provide several challenges as everyone wants a piece of Harlem's bulletproof vigilante protector.
Returns: Sunday, June 24 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: This show is bonkers insane, so pardon us if this doesn't make much sense. Tulip (Ruth Negga) got shot in the Season 2 finale, and died when Jesse (Dominic Cooper) refused to let her live by becoming a vampire. So Jesse, apparently now powerless, and Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun) took Tulip's body to Angelville to get resurrected. Elsewhere, Hitler escaped hell with Eugene but ran off on his own, and God emerged from a hotel bathroom... though we didn't get a look at his/her face.
Returns: Friday, June 29 at 12:01am PT
Where We Left Off: In the first official GLOW match, Debbie (Betty Gilpin) returned to the ring as Liberty Belle to take down Ruth's (Alison Brie) Zoya the Destroya only to have Welfare Queen snatch the title away at the last second. Sam (Marc Maron) also reached out to his estranged daughter, Justine, and apologized for trying to have sex with her.
Returns: Sunday, July 1 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Ghost's (Omari Hardwick) son Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.) is now officially about that criminal life, having shot the man who killed his sister -- a death both Ghost and wife Tasha (Naturi Naughton) are naturally eager to avenge. And with Ghost, Tommy (Joseph Sikora) and Kanan (50 Cent) together in an unholy alliance to take down Dre (Rotimi), Season 5 promises to be all about what happens when strange bedfellows form imperfect unions, and the dark things that happen as a result.
Returns: Wednesday, July 11
Where We Left Off: Never let it be said that Harlots is lazy. The ambitious Hulu series packed a lot into its first season finale: Fanny (Bronwyn James) gave birth to a daughter; Charlotte (Jessica Brown Findlay) was freed and decided to stay with Lydia (Lesley Manville), because she intended to take her down from within; and instead of going to the law about her kidnapping, Emily Lacey (Holli Dempsey) chose to blackmail Lydia, who had been fired by Cunliffe (Richard McCabe). Complicating things was the fact Charles (Douggie McMeekin) told his mother they'd give Emily Lacey whatever she wanted, which resulted in her somehow becoming the new town madam by the end of the finale.
Returns: Wednesday, July 18 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: The Season 7 finale served as the backdoor pilot for the Suits spin-off, which will follow Jessica (Gina Torres) in Chicago, but it was also the swan song for Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Rachel (Meghan Markle), who finally swapped vows and promptly decided to leave the city. Meanwhile, after dancing around each other for years, Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) danced with each other at the wedding, giving die-hard fans hope that those crazy kids might finally get their sh-- together in the near future. Elsewhere, Louis (Rick Hoffman) saved the firm when he got Robert Zane to merge with Specter Litt. When the show returns for its eighth season this summer, a new attorney named Samantha Wheeler (Katherine Heigl) will shake things up and challenge the status quo as the firm once again finds itself in trouble.
Returns: Thursday, July 19 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: When we last caught up with Franklin (Damson Idris), he'd finally come into his own as a successful drug dealer and had secured a tight circle of trustworthy associates to help run his blossoming empire. Meanwhile, Lucia (Emily Rios) had taken drastic steps in order to head her family's business, including ordering a hit on the one person standing in her way -- her uncle.
Returns: Friday, July 20 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: In an action-packed Season 2 finale that saw the destruction of the Widows Clootie, Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) finally gave birth to her and Doc's (Tim Rozon) daughter -- who was then promptly sent far away from the Ghost River Triangle. Doc understood Wynonna's decision to send little Alice Michelle (aw!) off to be raised by Aunt Gus, especially after Rosita's betrayal, but it was heartbreaking nevertheless. Meanwhile, Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley) learned she was not a revenant, and fans everywhere breathed a giant sigh of relief. Of course, that relief will be short lived, since Bulshar has returned. Still, none of this compares to the fact that Wynonna has been keeping a huge secret from her family and friends: she knows where her mother is, and has apparently known -- and been in contact with her -- all this time.
Returns: Friday, July 20 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Demon whisperer Kyle Barnes (Patrick Fugit) learned his daughter Amber (Madeleine McGraw) inherited his sensitivity to the supernatural when she exorcised his sister Megan (Wrenn Schmidt) after Megan killed her husband Mark (David Denman) and tried to kill Kyle. Kyle and Amber left town to try to start over somewhere else, but it's not so easy. Sidney (Brent Spiner) -- whatever he is -- is still alive, which means Reverend Anderson (Philip Glenister) burned someone else to death, and it was probably Aaron (C.J. Hoff), the son of one of his only loyal parishioners, which will weigh heavy on the Reverend's conscience.
Returns: Friday, July 20 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: When we last saw them, our heroes were scattered, but Killjoys also united Aneela (Hannah John-Kamen) and Dutch (also John-Kamen) as two bizarre halves of a whole. Luckily, they've joined forces just in time to face the biggest of big bads, the Lady. This mysterious, evil being that lives within the green is finally about to make her move, and it's bound to have disastrous consequences as Killjoys heads into its penultimate season.
Returns: Tuesday, July 31
Where We Left Off: Season 3 ended with the Cole family pieced back together -- sort of. Recently dumped by his more serious girlfriend Judy, Alex (Tommy Dewey) discovered his rebound hookup, Rae, was pregnant. While the two had insane chemistry, neither were in a place to commit to each other, and Alex was doing his best to be supportive of whatever Rae wanted to do. When the finale drew to a close, fans didn't know what she was going to do about the baby, and it's in the midst of this limbo that the Cole siblings reunited. Val (Michaela Watkins) had finally returned to Alex's house, but she did so without Laura (Tara Lynne Barr), who decided to stay with her grandmother, forcing Val and Laura to have the conversation that had been haunting them all season: Val, just like her own mother, was too caught up in her own problems to help her daughter deal with hers. After an emotional confrontation, Val came to terms with the fact Laura needed help Val couldn't give her. She realized that if she loved her daughter, she had to let her go for now. As the show heads into its final season, the Cole siblings might be best friends again, but they're both spinning off into their own dramas, which are sure to come to a head before the show signs off for good.
Returns: Wednesday, Aug. 1 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: The Sinner was originally conceived as a limited series, but after the success of Season 1 last summer, USA decided to make it an anthology series with a new "whydunit" each season. Jessica Biel's Cora Tannetti won't be back for Season 2, though Biel is still onboard as an executive producer. Instead, Season 2 will follow Bill Pullman's troubled Det. Harry Ambrose as he returns to his hometown to investigate a shocking double homicide committed by an 11-year-old boy. And Biel's absence from the cast opened up room for The Leftovers MVP Carrie Coon to take over as the female lead. She'll be playing the enigmatic leader of a spiritual community that lives within the town's borders. If we're going alphabetically, Rosario Dawson could star in Season 3.
Returns: Monday, Aug. 6 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: One more big fight between the brothers McGill sent Chuck (Michael McKean) into another fit of his electro-allergies, and after being bought out by the firm, he set his own fate by burning his house down -- while he was still inside. AMC has confirmed that Chuck is dead, which will leave Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) reeling with guilt. Meanwhile, Nacho (Michael Mando) attempted to kill his boss Hector (Mark Margolis) by swapping out his meds, but the plan was possibly foiled with just a glance from Gus (Giancarlo Esposito). Mike (Jonathan Banks) also made a temporary agreement with Gus to launder money that he stole from Hector, and we all know how that partnership's going to go.
Returns: Sunday, Aug. 12 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: The Season 3 finale found many of our favorite characters considering possibilities they never would have at the beginning of the series. After Spencer (Dwayne Johnson) was screwed over by the hotel tycoon with whom he was plotting to bring the Oakland Raiders to Vegas, he did what he does best: get revenge. He went in front of the NFL commission and gave an impassioned speech about why the Raiders needed to stay in Oakland -- and get a privately funded stadium as well. The stadium was approved, but things quickly took a turn for the worse: the NFL insisted the stadium be built in Vegas. Stuck between backing a plan to take the Raiders to Vegas (and lose money in the process) or pulling out of the deal completely to return to his Miami financial advisor gig (and lose money), Spencer had a big decision to make. Surprising everyone, and most importantly himself, he chose loyalty and returned to Miami to rebuild and expand his firm. Elsewhere, Charles (Omar Benson Miller) was moving up the front office food chain, about to snap up a job as a general manager of the Los Angeles Rams, while Ricky (John David Washington) was contemplating quitting football all together to focus on being a father.
Returns: Sunday, Aug. 12 at 10:30/9:30c
Where We Left Off: The Season 2 finale was a creative leap for the show, and featured the journeys of Lawrence, Issa, and Molly over the course of a month. The reason for the time lapse revealed the small victories happening for our protagonists: Lawrence finally had a solid way to approach his app idea, Molly interviewed at other law firms after realizing she'd always be patronized by her white bosses, and Issa finally let go of the dream of Lawrence. But that's not to say that they're making the right decisions heading into Season 3: Issa is moving in with Daniel, the sexy music producer she saw behind Lawrence's back, Molly backslides into sleeping with a married Dro, and Lawrence has potentially ruined his new relationship with Aparna by bringing along his Issa baggage.
Returns: Wednesday, Aug. 22
Where We Left Off: Everyone thought that psycho Brady (Harry Treadaway) was done for, except Hodges (Brendan Gleeson), and since he's the star we found out he was right. Brady tried to blow up a celebration at an art center, but during a standoff between Hodges and Brady, Holly beat Brady into unconsciousness. Victory achieved, Hodges did what any old retired detective would do: he had a heart attack. Hodges would be OK, but Brady was left in a coma. However, the final scene made it more than clear that Brady was about to wake up.