“Revenge,” 8 p.m. to 9:01 p.m., ABC (new)
Victoria sits down with “Nightline” and may have said more than she should. Meanwhile, Emily is determined to figure out who The Falcon is.
“The Good Wife,” 8 p.m., CBS (new)
Alicia, Will and Diane are pulled into emergency courtroom proceedings after Zach claims to have seen someone tampering with votes. Will this ruin Peter's chance to become governor?
“Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown,” 8 p.m., CNN (new)
Bourdain visits locations that are largely unknown on his new travel show. This episode, Tony heads to Colombia to visit Bogota.
“The Bletchley Circle,” 9 p.m., PBS (new)
In the second installment of this three-part murder-mystery series, World War II code breakers Susan, Millie, Lucy and Jean try to solve the crime on their own.
“Game of Thrones,” 8 p.m., HBO (new)
How many characters can they fit into one episode? We'll find out as the warrior, the Hound, is judged by the gods. And after being maimed, Jaime is brought before brutal men to be judged as well, and his brother, Tyrion Lannister, faces a wedding in the kingdom's capital. In the Night's Watch, Jon Snow proves himself in the cold, snowy north, and his half-brother Robb Stark, king of the North, faces a betrayal.
“Mad Men,” 9 p.m. to 10:04 p.m., AMC (new)
After Peggy's agency sneaked in and stole the Heinz account, there's been a little drama. In this episode, she readies herself for her future. Roger tries to recover from the loss of one big client by working to get another.
“Vikings,” 9 p.m. to 10:01 p.m., History (new)
A plague breaks out and threatens life as the Vikings know it. There won't be a dull moment in this season finale.
— Andrea Kszystyniak
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