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The 100 Finale, Suits Returns, Kings Aim to Clinch and More

The 100 Finale

On TV this Wednesday: Suits comes back in style, Graceland graces your screens again, The 100 take their stand and Growing Up Fisher bids farewell. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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  • Fox
    So You Think You Can Dance

    Christina Applegate returns as guest judge as auditions continue in L.A. before moving on to Philadelphia, where Kinky Boots star Billy Porter and ballet dancer Misty Copeland share that third judge’s chair.

  • NBCSN
    Stanley Cup Finals

    The Kings, up 3-0, look to clinch against the Rangers at the Garden.

  • NBC
    Growing Up Fisher

    Special night, two episodes: Mel tries to prove Joyce’s sister (guest star Erinn Hayes, Children’s Hospital) wrong, while Henry worries he’s stuck in the “friend zone” with Jenny. Then in the 8:30 series finale, Mel tries to maintain a sense of normalcy by taking the kids on their annual family vacation… only for Joyce to tag along.

  • ABC Family
    Melissa & Joey

    Joe has to make a possibly marriage-altering decision after Mel gives him some shocking news at their wedding.

  • Spike TV
    Guys Choice Awards

    The He-Man-Woman-Haters-Club Stars gather for this annual celebration of “Guydom”. Honorees include Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Hart, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and more.

  • USA Network
    Suits

    Season 4 premiere: Mike and Harvey try and adjust to their new work relationship, but disagree over strategy. Meanwhile Pearson Specter discovers that a former D.A. may be pursuing a vendetta against Harvey and the firm.

  • The CW
    The 100

    Season finale: Clarke tries to convince Bellamy to do the right thing, Octavia is faced with a tough decision and Finn makes a bold move. (Yep, renewed!)

  • USA Network
    Graceland

    Season 2 premiere: After the Caza cartel puts a hit on him, Mike returns to the house for a special undercover mission — only to discover that things have changed since he left.

  • ABC
    Motive

    When the victim is one of their own, Cross begins to blur the line between professional and personal, which doesn’t sit well with Flynn. Corbin Bernsen (Psych) guest-stars.

  • TV Land
    Hot in Cleveland

    Victoria decides to come clean to her longtime friend Maddie Banks (guest star Kirstie Alley) in this Kirstie crossover no one wanted. Elsewhere, Melanie, Joy and Elka cross things off their bucket list. Mark Valley (Human Target), Edward Hibbert (Frasier) and Emilio Borelli (NYPD Blue) also guest-star.