What to Watch Tonight

Beast's End Begins, NBA Finals, Bones-umentary and More


On TV this Thursday: Wedded bliss is cut short for Beauty and the BeastArcher‘s finale takes a deadly turn and HBO binges on every Six Feet Under ever. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • NBC
    Strong

    Season 1 finale: The two remaining teams face off in the final three legs of finals in an effort to secure the win. (Not yet renewed.)

  • Fox
    Bones

    The Jeffersonian team is followed by a documentary crew as they investigate a decades-old corpse found in a landfill. (When will Season 12 air?)

  • History, A&E and Lifetime
    Roots

    Miniseries finale: George returns to the Lea farm 20 years later; George and Cyrus join the Memphis Colored Battery; Tom embarks on a new life after the war.

  • ABC
    NBA Finals

    Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors face off against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 from the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif.

  • NBC
    Game of Silence

    Two episodes: Gil faces pictures found at the warden’s ranch; Jackson makes a dangerous purchase. (Bad news, folks; series finale airs Sunday.)

  • The CW
    Beauty and the Beast

    Final season premiere: Vincent and Cat’s honeymoon is cut short when J.T. informs them that someone is trying to expose beast identities. (Watch sneak peek.)

  • HBO
    Quincy Jones: Burning the Light

    Comedian Quincy Jones, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer in July 2015, gets to live out his dream of having a stand-up special on the premium cabler.

  • BBC America
    Orphan Black

    Alison grows fearful of Neolution threats made against Donnie; Sarah and Mrs. S question Alison’s loyalty to the sestras; Siobhan seeks vengeance.

  • FX
    Archer

    Season 7 finale (Part 2 of 2): The team ramps up its investigation when someone turns up dead on the set of Deadly Velvet. (Not yet renewed.)

  • HBO2
    Six Feet Under Marathon

    Through Sunday at 12:20 pm | Binge on all 63 episodes of the nine-time Emmy winner starring Peter Krause (The Catch), Michael C. Hall (Dexter), Frances Conroy (Casual), Lauren Ambrose (The X-Files), Freddy Rodriguez (The Night Shift), Mathew St. Patrick (Sons of Anarchy) and Rachel Griffiths (Brothers and Sisters).