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Bob’s Burgers on Fox at 7:30pm ET. Seventh season finale.
The Simpsons on Fox at 8:00pm ET. 28th season finale. This has been renewed for two more seasons already, and I’d wonder if they were going out at 30 seasons, but people have been wondering if they were “going out” for the last 15 years so there’s really no point to it. Eventually, prior to the heat-death of the universe, The Simpsons will end. This is all I know for certain, and I am comfortable with that.
American Gods on Starz at 9:00pm ET. There was a bunch of other stuff on tonight, finales and special events and the like, and I almost didn’t list that but I was like “Nah, they should be watching American Gods instead of the Billboard Music Awards” so it stays.
Twin Peaks: The Return on Showtime at 9:00pm ET. Two-hour series premiere. It’s very not fair that almost ALL the premium channels are carrying must-watch TV now. Come on, guys, I managed to get ahold of Starz and HBO, but Showtime too? It’s too much. The good news is that it’s basically impossible to spoil anything by David Lynch because the entire concept of spoilers relies on the idea that all shows or movies have a linear narrative that progresses between specific plot points. This is not how David Lynch works, so I think I’m safe waiting on this one.
Elementary on CBS at 10:00pm ET. Fifth season finale.
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