The network on Tuesday announced that it will air the Season 3 finale, “Didn’t We Almost Have It All,” at 8/7c, taking viewers back to the heart-wrenching moment Burke left Cristina at the altar. This will set the stage for Cristina and Burke’s reunion in the new episode at 9/8c.
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* Law & Order: SVU will welcome back Richard Belzer’s Munch for the May 21 season finale (NBC, 9/8c). Showrunner Warren Leight broke the news himself with the following tweet:
— Warren Leight (@warrenleightTV) April 29, 2014
* Medium alum Jake Webber will join AMC’s Hell on Wheels as a series regular for Season 4, per The Hollywood Reporter. The actor, who recently recurred on The Following, will play John Campbell, a transplanted carpetbagger using his Reconstruction bag of tricks to profit from the frontier.
* SundanceTV has renewed its drama series The Red Road for Season 2. The six-episode sophomore season, starring Jason Momoa, Julianne Nicholson and Martin Henderson, will debut in 2015.
* Showtime has made the full pilot of its new series Penny Dreadful available here. The drama, premiering May 11, features some of literature’s most famous characters — including Dr. Frankenstein (The Lone Ranger‘s Harry Treadaway), Dorian Gray (Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark‘s Reeve Carney) and iconic figures from the novel Dracula.
* MTV and Logo will simultaneously air the documentary Trans Teen this fall, hosted by Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox.