What to Watch Tonight

POI and Other Finales, New Girl Exit, Undateable Live and More

  • Yahoo Screen

    The group asks for Jeff’s assist after a professor dupes each and every one of them. (Get scoop on Season 7 renewal chances!)

  • The CW
    The Flash

    Dr. Wells releases Grodd upon Central City to distract Barry and the team. Later, Iris and Barry have a discussion following her epiphany. (Read preview.)

  • ABC
    Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

    Skye ponders her loyalty to S.H.I.E.L.D. versus her connection to the Inhumans; Coulson discloses a secret (cue Avengers: Age of Ultron tie-in!).

  • The CW

    Liv gets a bit too personal with Clive after consuming the brains of a recently killed morning-radio emcee.

  • NBC

    The Black Eyes Bar gang goes live for both the East and West Coast broadcast in an hour-long outing that finds Justin and Danny competing for an attractive singer (Victoria Justice, Eye Candy). If that wasn’t enough, the Bill Lawrence-produced sitcom is staging a Scrubs reunion with guest stars Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn and Christa Miller, while Kate Walsh (Private Practice), Dr. Drew Pinskey and a surprise musical guest are also set to appear!

  • Fox
    New Girl

    Season 4 finale: Coach prepares for his big move as Nick and Jess consider mutual feelings and Schmidt rustles through his belongings. (Yep, renewed!)

  • Fox
    Weird Loners

    Season 1 finale: Caryn and Stosh compete for a woman at a bar in “We’re Here. We’re Weird. Get Used To Us.,” to which we respond “Yep. Sure. Nope!” (Not yet renewed.)

  • CBS
    Person of Interest

    Season 4 finale: Reese is caught in the middle of Elias and Dominic’s final showdown; Root and Finch work to save The Machine. (Not yet renewed.)

  • ABC

    Season 1 finale: Will Jo discover Henry’s secret? Perhaps, but beforehand, Henry and Adam partake in an epic battle. Plus, John Noble (Sleepy Hollow) stops by! (Not yet renewed.)

  • Showtime
    Inside Comedy

    Season 4 premiere: David Steinberg chats with departing Daily Show host Jon Stewart and soon-to-be Late Show host Stephen Colbert.