Friday at 9pm on FOX
It is Episode 19 of the season, and loyal fans of the show know that always means something special is going to happen. Set in 2036, the Observers have taken over the world and the team engage in an epic battle with them. Since they have filmed two endings (in case it's the last season of Fringe), I expect this one could be particularly special.
Sunday at 10pm on HBO
The new show that is premiering after the second episode of Girls, is centered around Julia Louis-Dreyfus as portraying U.S. Vice President Selina Meyer. She is a comedy pro and The New Adventures of Christine lasted for awhile, but never seemed to fully catch on, so it will be nice to see her in a role that she can stretch her comedy chops. My only concern is what an odd 2 hours of television. Game of Thrones, Girls and VEEP seems like they would all 3 have incredibly different audiences, but hey, who am I to question HBO.
|3. Game of Thrones|
Sunday at 9pm on HBO
Joffrey punishes Sasha and I don't think I'm gonna like this one bit. Everything else looks amazing, as always.
|4. Mad Men|
Sunday, at 9pm on AMC
Can you believe we are almost halfway through the new season of Draper and Friends? I'm not prepared to let go anytime soon.
|5. The Simpsons|
Sunday at 8pm on FOX
Reality TV: FOX 25th Anniversary Special. From the network that has given us Al Bundy, Bart Simpson, Brandon Walsh, Ally McBeal, Jack Bauer, Dr. House, Simon Cowell and many many more, I think it is kind of "special" to take some time out and honor that. I have no idea if this will actually be produced well and watchable, but sounds fun to re-visit the actors and characters that have become our friends along the way.