Premieres: Monday, Aug. 31 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: In the two-part finale, Matty realized he
wanted to be with Jenna -- only to be warned by her mom Lacey he
needs to leave her alone! Elsewhere, Tamara got engaged to a guy she just met,
Lacey learned she's pregnant and Jake slept with Matty's girlfriend
What's Next: In the first part of the final season, the gang is returning for their last few weeks of high school and must deal with all the ramifications of a wild spring break. "Nothing is going well for Matty," Mirchoff tells us. "All of these feelings for Jenna aren't reciprocated." Adds Rickards, "There's such a deep connection between those two and there always will be but she's at a point where she's actually trying to move on and see where this thing with Brian goes." As for fan-favorite Sadie, "Her and Sergio are still solid [and he's become] Sadie's moral compass," Tarlov says. "Her mom comes back and Sergio is really there for her." Plus: The first half ends with prom and graduation before fast-forwarding a year!
Premieres: Wednesday, June 17 at 8:30/7:30c
Where We Left Off: Riley finally revealed her feelings to Danny during his hockey game, but instead of reciprocating her words, he's furious that the girl he loved his whole life waited for the absolute worst time to tell him.
What's Next: Having made a mess of everything, Riley runs home to her mom's house to hide from her problems so Ben stages a "friendervention" to get her back to town. Can she and Danny, who's still with Robyn
Premieres: Thursday, June 11 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Catherine's former love interest and boss Gabe went full beast -- almost killing JT in the process -- and in the finale showdown between him and Vincent, Cat swooped in and killed him.In the final moments, Vincent and Catherine sat on a park bench longing to be a normal couple for once.
What's Next: A proposal! Kristin Kreuk tells us Vincent will get down on one knee early in the season, which will set the tone as the two move in together. But there are no wedding bells just yet. "The engagement period which will run through season 3 will show that this wonderful romance still needs to grow there's a difference between being engaged and being married and there are real world and real couple issues," executive producer Brad Kern says. "In terms of the season's big bad, no more beasts! "We will discover there are innocent [people] being experimented upon to see how far the human being can evolve, how they'll react as far as speed, thinking, agility, jumping, strength -- what would a human look like in 10,000 years," Kern says. "As we discover more and more of these innocent people, we have to save and not kill them as they're trying to attack Cat and Vincent."
Premieres: Friday, June 12 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Under the control of the Kaziri, Irisa killed Tommy
and wiped out all of New York City. Amanda was prepared to kill Irisa to
prevent further destruction, but Nolan saved her at the last minute and released
her from the Kaziri control. Pilar convinced Christie and Alak to go to a
made-up alien and human commune, but Datak, Stahma and Rafe are hot on their
trail. The cavern hosting Defiance’s mines imploded, but Nolan and Irisa
managed to find refuge in the pods.
What's Next: When a new force invades Defiance,the city has little in the means of defense following the destruction of the mines. The show will introduce the Ornec, a presumably extinct alien warrior rare, in the forms of T'evgin (Conrad Coates) and his daughter Kindzi (Nichole Galicia). Lee Tergesen will also join the cast as the Castithan General Rahm Tak, a ruthless leader of the Voltanis Collection.
Premieres: Monday, June 1 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Spence and Rosie got married, but in a twist, we
learned that Rosie's first husband, Ernesto, is actually alive! Oh, and Zoila
is pregnant and someone got shot!
What's Next: "[Ernesto] will come in Season 3 so Rosie will be stuck wondering what the right thing to do is and Spence will be jealous," Dania Ramirez tells TVGuide.com. "We are going to find out what happened and the reason why he faked his death or if it was faked -- maybe it was a mistake." Adds Grant Show, "Maybe he lost his memory -- it is a soap opera, after all!" Ramirez also says, "We also get to play around with Carmen's relationship and the consequences that being with a married man will have on her career. Marisol will end up having a brand new start and we'll see how all of that will intertwine and make the maids come together." As for that cliff-hanger, Ramirez teases perhaps more than one person got shot.
Premieres: Wednesday, July 1 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Molly's robot son, Ethan, sacrificed himself to
save her, but can still be seen in a disembodied form on his parents' monitors.
Her offspring, meanwhile, survived the explosion and gets picked up by a couple
driving by in their car as he's wandering along the side of the road.
What's Next: Extant is undergoing a reboot of sorts, with Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro taking over as showrunners and promising more action and more sex in Season 2, as Molly searches for her alien offspring. The sophomore season opens with Molly having an existential crisis in a recovery center as she wonders how or if she's linked to a series of mysterious deaths. The cast has also undergone some reshuffling. Several series regulars, including Camryn Manheim and Goran Visnjic, will see their roles reduced or eliminated, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan is joining the series as a cop from the future who helps Molly investigate the mystery.
Premieres: Monday, Aug. 31 at 9:30/8:30c
Where We Left Off: Theo, who is revealed to be an undercover cop,
arrested Karma, her family and Amy, but Liam's dad got the charges dropped in
exchange for Liam agreeing to join the family business. Lauren revealed she was
intersex, a confession that won her more supporters in the class president
election. Shane outed Duke, who then publicly declared his love for Shane at a
What's Next: Though Karma said she forgave Amy and Liam for hooking up, she will continue to struggle over whether they can ever move past it. Amy will do her best to move on from Karma and focus on Reagan, but that relationship becomes even more complicated when a new guy Felix catches her eye. And Amy isn’t the only one to get a new love interest! Liam will find a new source of inspiration in Zita (Chloe Bridges).
Premieres: Sunday, June 28 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Tom and Lexi go to the moon to destroy the
Espheni power station, which Lexi turned into a kamikaze mission. The impact of
Lexi’s crash propelled Tom off course. He woke up in a recreation of his
Massachusetts bedroom where he saw a humanoid alien he seemed to recognize.
What's Next: Tom and the 2nd Mass begin their final battle against the Skitters and they're not going to hold anything back. Tom will the group to do whatever it takes to win, even if it means going hand-to-hand against the Espheni if necessary.
Premieres: Monday, June 8 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: In an emotional hour, Jude admitted to Lena that he
and Connor are more than friends; Robert signed the papers so that Callie
can officially be adopted by Lena and Stef; Monte
kissed Lena; and in the final moments, a horrible car crash left Jesus,
Marianna and their biological -- and pregnant -- mom Ana hanging on for
What's Next: Season 3 picks up just a few weeks after the car accident and based on that promo and Jake T. Austin's exit from the series, it's very likely Jesus didn't survive (or he's off to boarding school). Now that Jude and Connor are out, their relationship -- and the repercussions -- will be further explored, while Brandon faces stiff competition at his summer music program from the likes of new guest stars Keean Johnson (Nashville) and Katherine McNamara (Maze Runner) and Callie develops a connection with a new runaway AJ (Tom Williamson) at the drop-in center. Bruce Davison also joins as Lena's father, replacing Stephen Collins in the role.
Premieres: Thursday, June 25, 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Mike went into cardiac arrest after Sid
squeezed his breathing tube shut, and Briggs came in to save him -- but is it
What's Next: The big question looming over Season 3 is whether Mike is alive. We know that he will be seen in the premiere, but in what capacity remains unclear. Plus, Briggs has to figure out what to do with the knowledge that Paige was the one who tipped Sid off as to Mike's whereabouts.
Premieres: Sunday, May 31 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Joe and Gordon sold enough of the Cardiff Giant
models to earn an 8 percent stake in the company. But after seeing an add for
Apple's Macintosh and being dumped by Cameron, Joe seemingly gives up on his
inferior product, burns a truck full of the computers and leaves Gordon behind
to seek enlightenment in Colorado.
What's Next: The new season picks up more than a year later, when the Giant is all but a dinosaur. Despite burning his bridges, Joe and Gordon reunite when Cardiff goes up for sale. Plus: Joe gets a new love interest when he starts dating a woman from his past, who just so happens to have a billionaire father (James Cromwell). Meanwhile Cameron and Gordon's wife Donna try to get their video game Mutiny off the ground at the dawn of the connected Internet age. "Do computers allow us to connect with others on a human level, or are we all alone? Every single character in Season 2 is asking themselves that question," executive producer Chris Cantwell says.
Premieres: Thursday, June 4 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Dr. Hannibal Lecter learned of Will and Jack's plan
to capture him, and he answered the heartbreaking betrayal in bloody fashion:
by leaving Jack, Will, Alana and a not-dead (!) Abigail Hobbs sliced, diced and
bleeding out in his kitchen. Hannibal then escaped Europe…with his shrink
What's Next: Season 3 will feel a bit like a reboot, as the opening episodes jump around in time to show you the fates of various characters. Hannibal and Bedelia's complicated relationship becomes even more complex when Hannibal resumes murdering in Italy, and it won't be long before Will (and others) are leading an international manhunt for the cannibal killer. Expect plenty of new faces, including Inspector Pazzi (Fortunato Cerlino) and Chiyo (Tao Okamoto), a maid of Hannibal's aunt Lady Murasaki. Plus: The middle of the season will introduce Francis Dollarhyde (Richard Armitage), as the show tells the Red Dragon story.
Premieres: Sunday, June 21 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: The crew of the Nathan James arrives on U.S. soil in Baltimore with hopes to mass-produce Dr. Scott's vaccine. But after Tom's bittersweet reunion with his family (minus his wife, who died), Tom learns of Granderson's evil plan to only vaccinate those who she believes will further the new human race. Even worse, Granderson's troops takes over the Nathan James, its lab and the vaccine.
What's Next: While Dr. Scott remains focused on finding a way to produce and disseminate the cure, Tom & Co. must reclaim their ship but also rebuild a basically overrun America. The new season will introduce new heroes from the mainland who will join in the revolution, but Granderson may not even be this season's biggest foe. Also look for Lt. Burke to get a new love interest and for Danny and Kara to wrestle with how to bring a baby into this new world.
Premieres: Monday, June 8 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Serial rapist Stroh, now defending himself, claimed
to have information about a murder that he wants to exchange for a better deal.
But by the time Capt. Raydor's team caught the "Burning Man" killer,
Stroh has escaped and is once again at large.
What's Next: While we strongly suspect Stroh to pop up at the worst possible time, Season 4 will be business as usual as the team investigates a string of home burglaries and a gangland shooting that involves an 11-year-old witness. Plus: Buzz begins his new role as a reserve officer, Sanchez struggles to rebuild trust with his colleagues afterreturning to the unit from a suspension, and Rusty takes an interest in journalism that doesn't sit well with Raydor — especially when it threatens the prosecution of a confessed killer.
Premieres: Thursday, July 16 at 10:30/9:30c
Where We Left Off: Lina and Russ are forced to deal with getting
kicked out of their house, which Russ wanted to use as an excuse to move to
Costa Rica. A.J. got out of rehab.
What's Next: Jenny Slate, who plays Jess, has switched from a regular to a recurring role. And Enlightened's Sarah Burns will join Season 2 as a mother whose willing to do anything for approval.
Premieres: Sunday, July 12 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Virginia Johnson gave up primary custody of her
kids in order to focus on the study and thereby make more money to be able to
raise them better, but behind her back, Bill Masters had their CBS special
killed. Meanwhile, Libby finally found peace with her husband's cheating with a
life and affair of her own. In the bigger picture, John F. Kennedy was elected
What's next: Fast-forward to 1966, and Masters and Johnson are in the spotlight after having Human Sexual Response published. As a result, contemporary relationships will be impacted, including their three-way "marriage" with Libby. Meanwhile, Virginia's kids are teenagers, with daughter Tessa experimenting with boys and son Henry experimenting with his limits. The Good Wife's Josh Charles joins the season as a businessman who seeks out Masters and Johnson's help to create an aphrodisiac by bottling "the smell of sex." Lost's Maggie Grace will also guest-star.
Premieres: Wednesday, June 17 at 87c
Where We Left Off: After trying endlessly to get pregnant, the comedy
ended on a cliff-hanger as Melissa was about to get the results of the latest
What's Next: It's the final season for the show, but Melissa Joan Hart promises, "It ends on such a great note. You'll know what's happening with every character, you can see the future for every character and fan fiction can take it from there." Among what to expect for the final run, we'd bet on a pregnancy! The family will also have to deal with Ryder's plan to join the Navy.
Premieres: Thursday, June 18 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Just as Jos was to wed Scott, she realized she was
in love with her sister Savi's ex Harry, and the two consummated the
relationship on the beach as Savi appeared to be headed their way! At the same
time, April's husband, who had faked his death, died for real while Karen
learned she was pregnant.
What's Next: The new season picks up immediately when Jos and Harry got together and although Alyssa Milano exited the series, McCallan tell us, "We'll have to deal with the massive repercussions of what that choice brings." She also teases there's a chance Savi never actually saw them. Jennifer Esposito joins the cast as a larger-than-life surrogate sister to Jos and Scandal's Brian White will play the headmaster at Lucy's school and a love interest for her mom April (girl could use a normal guy!).
Premieres: Monday, June 8, 10/9c
Where We Left Off: It turns out Hildy and Terry's suspicions were
right all along, as Erich confessed to killing his father, Kevin Nyers, as well
as Cindy, after ordering her to have an abortion. After he's arrested, he
killed himself in his cell.
What's Next: Details about the central mystery of Season 2 are still under wraps, but we do know that we'll meet Hildy's brother, Marty "Junior" Mulligan (A.J. Buckley), who's also an officer in the San Francisco Police Department. Emmanuelle Chriqui (Entourage) is also joining the cast in Season 2 as Lara Cruz, a member of the Gang Task Force division of the SFPD.
Premieres: Friday, June 12
Where We Left Off: Rosa's runaway van killed Vee in the middle of
her escape attempt. Nicky hid the stolen heroin in the air vent. Piper turned
Alex in, in part to help her, but also to bring her back to Litchfield. Fig is
finally fired, with Caputo promoted to take her place.
What's Next: There will be a lot of new faces in Litchfield, including Ruby Rose as Stella Carlin, a love interest for both Piper and Alex; Marsha Stephanie as a new correctional officer; Mike Birbiglia and Blair Brown. Lori Petty will also return as Lolly, Piper's plane mate from the flight to Chicago. And though Larry and Pornstache will be absent, Pornstache's mother (Mary Steenburgen) will play a major role this season. And yes, Daya will finally have her baby!
Premieres: Saturday, June 6 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Kanan turned on Ghost and Tommy, but when his hit out on Ghost went awry, Tommy's girlfriend Holly got killed instead. The police ordered Ghost to shut down the club, which led him to get back into the drug game, proclaiming he'll be the "the biggest god-damn drug dealer in New York City."
What's Next: Ghost doubles down on his drug business in order to save his nightclub, while at home he's still balancing his relationship with his wife and his relationship with his real love Angela. Angela happens to be the Assistant US Attorney investigating Ghost, but she has no idea he's the guy she and her team are after. Meanwhile, both Tommy and Kanan, who's fresh out of jail, are dead set on revenge.
Premieres: Tuesday, June 2 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: We finally learned who A was! (Sorta.) The girls were trapped in a life-size dollhouse-turned-prison alongside Mona (she's alive!), but as Spencer (Troian Bellisario) was attempting her escape, she stumbled into A's lair and discovered DiLaurentis home videos and photos that included another boy: Charles, aka A.
What's Next: The PLLs will get out early on, but the effects will linger all season long. More importantly, Charles' identity will be revealed (is it Andrew?) and we'll also find out why he's taunted the girls in the first half of the season before we get a four-year time jump in the second half. We'll also learn who hit Bethenny (also, this Bethenny-looking picture of newcomer Dre Davis is suspicious), get more Mona flashbacks to explain what happened the whole time she was thought to be dead, while executive producer Marlene King promises Ali will get out of jail this summer. Plus: A new mystery about a missing girl will be introduced.
Premieres: Sunday, July 12 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Against Ray's wishes, Ezra had reporter Kate
McPherson killed to protect their secrets. As a result, Ray burned all his
bridges by reporting a dead body that was dumped on Ezra's construction site
and leaking the sex tape of
would-be FBI director Cochran (Hank Azaria).
What's Next: Now adrift from his closest allies, Ray sets out to to build his own empire, but soon finds himself providing his services to Paige Finney (Katie Holmes), a shrewd and chic businesswoman. Holmes character is believed to be the daughter of the season's other major guest star, billionaire super producer Andrew (Ian McShane), who also hires Ray to get his family out of a personal crisis.
Premieres: Tuesday, June 16 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Maura breaks up with Jack after she sees that he needs to spend time with his 12-year-old daughter. Tasha gets accepted to BCU and Maura, an alum, starts the Barry Frost Memorial Scholarship so she can attend.
What's Next: Things will get personal when one of the squad members is targeted in a murder investigation. Korsak will make a decision about moving up to lieutenant and Maura will get some company in the morgue in the form of 24: Live Another Day actor Adam Sinclair, who will recur as Kent Drake, an assistant medical examiner doing an internship with Maura. Might they mix business with pleasure?
Premieres: Thursday, June 25, 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Sam and Andy have finally gone full speed ahead with their romance, just in time for Marlo to return (with a baby on board). On the opposite end of the romance spectrum, Dov broke up with Chloe, and Nick's potential new love interest went into a full panic upon learning that he's a cop. And Holly wants to get back together with Gail, who has decided that she's ready to be a mother.
What's Next: What will Gail choose, between relocating with Holly to San Francisco and starting the adoption process? Elsewhere, look for Marlo and a newly single Dov to form a close friendship as they begin working together in the Intelligence division, while Chloe struggles with how to move on from Dov. And assuming that Marlo is really pregnant, is the baby actually Sam's? And if it is, what impact will that have on Sam and Andy's relationship?
Premieres: Tuesday, June 2, 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Boris bought Hamptons Heritage and enlists the entire
HankMed team to make up the board of directors. Paige and Evan reconciled once
and for all, while Jeremiah decided to begin seeing their (uncredentialed)
therapist, Bob. Divya leareds that Rafa is seeking sole custody of their
What's Next: It's up in the air at to how Boris' new business venture will play out. Divya gets a new love interest – an African prince, no less! – and Ed Weeks will also guest-star as a method actor who enlists Hank's help to prepare him for a role.
Premieres: Sunday, July 12 at 10/9c
Where We Left Off: Abraham, Eph and Zach confronted the Master
and forced him out into the daylight. However, the light didn't destroy the
Master, but rather left him severely burned but able to escape along with a
wounded Eichhorst, Bolivar and the other Strigoi. Meanwhile, Zach's mother has
fully turned into a Strigoi and can now be used by the Master to track Eph
& Co. Gus agreed to join the Ancients, who need to recruit a human to help
slay the Master.
What's Next: New York has fallen victim to the spreading plague, and Eph and Nora will work to create a biological weapon powerful enough to wipe out the threat while Abraham searches for an ancient book that contains the Strigoi's history… and possibly a way to kill them. But the Master will unleash a new breed of blood-suckers sure to make things extra complicated. Joaquín Cosío joins the cast as Angel Guzman Hurtado, a former masked Mexican wrestler know asThe Silver Angel.
Premieres: Wednesday, June 24 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: After closing the Woodall case for good, Harvey was finally ready to admit his feelings to Donna, but put off by his earlier denial, she revealed that she's leaving him to be Louis' secretary. Meanwhile, Mike proposed to Rachel with his grandmother's ring.
What's Next: Maybe Donna was his mojo? Harvey will have a hard time focusing at work without Donna attached to his hip, while Louis is paranoid that Donna will go back to Harvey. Jessica will start questioning whether Harvey's way of doing business is good for the firm as well. Creator Aaron Korsh is also considering bringing Rachel's dad Robert Zane to Pearson Specter Litt. "We're toying with an idea to bring Robert Zane into the mix in a legal capacity that will affect obviously Mike, Rachel and Robert moving forward," he told us. Charles Barkley will also guest-star as a heightened version of himself, a longtime client of Harvey's who tries to help him make amends with another partner.
Premieres: Monday, June 29 at 10/9c and Tuesday, June 30 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Kira learned to heal herself, Derek has evolved
into a wolf, and Scott unleashed his full True Alpha powers to defeat Peter and
land him at Eichen House with Dr. Valack's creepy third eye. And Aunt Kate is
still on the loose!
What's next: Woo hoo! It's senior year, and so that means living it up before parting ways for college, right? Well... the pack may have to worry about that before graduation because mysterious outside forces -- with a creepy medical connection? -- are looking to break them up already. And though Tyler Hoechlin won't be back as a regular (but may still visit as Derek!) expect more of Liam since Dylan Sprayberry was upped to a series regular and possibly even earn himself a love interest now that he's a bit more in control.
Premieres: Sunday, June 21 at 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Rust Cohle and Marty Hart went into the belly of
the beast to capture and kill the Yellow King aka lawnmower man Errol. Although
a severely injured Rust was upset the rest of Errol's family got away with
their horrible crimes, the show ended with the grand philosopher
deciding that the "light is winning" in the battle of good vs. evil.
What's Next: It's a whole new story and cast! Collin Farrell stars as Ray Velcoro, a cocaine-addicted California Highway Patrol officer whose allegiances are torn between a corrupt police department and the mob. Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch play another pair of cops who are also involved in investigating the heinous murder of a corrupt city manage who, you guessed it, was found with occult carvings all over his body. The murder comes at the worst time for career criminal Frank Seymon (Vince Vaughn), who is urging crooked politicians to build a high-speed railway across the state to help his business.
Premieres: Thursday, June 25, 9/8c
Where We Left Off: Attempts by Chester's Mill residents to
escape from the dome proved to be mostly (sometimes gruesomely) unsuccessful.
In the process, Big Jim went rogue, murdering Rebecca and Andrea, and
attempting to kill Julia, who escaped. Junior tries to stop his father's
rampage by shooting him in the chest, but Jim survived. The season ends with
Julia and Junior trapped in the dome, and Barbie and the rest of the group who
escaped vowing to come back for them.
What's Next: Executive producers Neal Baer and Tim Schlattmann have promised that Season 3 is the year that we'll finally – finally! – get some answers to the nagging questions that have been looming over Under the Dome since Season 1. Among them? Why the hell that dome descended in the first place. Marg Helgenberger is also joining the cast as anthropologist Christine Price, a longtime (
Premieres: Sunday, July 19 at 8/7c
Where We Left Off: Bruce realized that Sweden is his home and
decided to go back and spend as much time with Emma as possible. Birger finally
convinced Viveka to give him another chance and decided to sell the summer
What's Next: Bruce wants to propose to Emma, but Viveka and Birger make him rethink marriage. The family also goes on their annual ski trip and Bruce's parents visit again.