Collider Weekly TV Guide: JUSTIFIED, ORPHAN BLACK, THE FLASH, and More

     April 13, 2015


The Collider Weekly TV Guide is a rundown of notable episodes, premieres, returns, finales, and opportunities to catch up on great shows (or cast an eye to the occasional TV train wreck). Here are the picks for the week beginning Monday, April 13th:

Monday 4/13

Bates Motel, “Norma Louise” (A&E, 9 p.m.) — Norma and Norman have seemingly gone their separate ways, which leaves Norman crazier than usual. Meanwhile, Dylan/Emma shippers take note; the two must work together to help a friend through a rough night.

Turn: Washington’s Spies, “Thoughts of a Free Man; Hard Boiled” (AMC, 9 p.m.) — The 2-hour Season 2 premiere of AMC’s under-the-radar series will see Abe attempting to infiltrate New York City.

Tuesday 4/14


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The Flash, “All Star Team Up” (CW, 8 p.m.) — The Flash returns with an Arrow crossover featuring Felicity and Ray, and the premiere of Ray’s new Atom suit. But is it more exciting than a group dinner that includes Barry, Felicity, Ray, Iris, and Eddie? (Drama!)

Justified, “The Promise” (FX, 10 pm.) — The series finale (which will run for 1hr and 7 minutes — adjust your DV-Rs!) will feature a final showdown that will determine whether Raylan, Boyd, or Ava can make it out of Harlan alive.

Other Space (Yahoo!Screen) — This new half-house comedy from Paul Feig focuses on an inexperienced interstellar crew, and features Mystery Science Theater 3000 alumni Trace Beaulieu and Joel Hodgson. All eight episodes will be available to watch immediately. Win/win.

Wednesday 4/15

The Americans, “I Am Abassin Zadran” (FX, 10 p.m.) — Paige continues to struggle with difficult revelations, while Yusef’s storyline returns the forefront, as Philip and Elizabeth encounter a mujahideen commander.

Thursday 4/16


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Louie, “A La Carte” (FX, 10:33 p.m.) — Pamela tries to convince Louie of the value of not being in a serious relationship. Elsewhere, Louie hosts an open mic night, and ends up dispensing life advice.

Friday 4/17

The Messengers “Awakening” (CW, 9 p.m.) — The CW’s new sci-fi / fantasy drama deals with an apocalyptic event that links five strangers together, as they discover they have new powers as angels.

Saturday 4/18

Orphan Black, “The Weight of the Combination” (BBC America, 9 p.m.) — The third season premiere (which will be simulcast on AMC, IFC, Sundance and WE) finds Sarah going after the missing Helena. Meanwhile, a Topside investigator is threatening the lives of the Leda sisters.

Outlander, “The Devil’s Mark” (Starz, 9 p.m.) — The witch trials begin, as Claire and Gellis are tried for their “crimes,” while their protectors Jamie and Dougal are away.

Sunday 4/19

Game of Thrones, “The House of Black and White” (HBO, 9 p.m.) — Arya reaches Braavos, and must choose her path carefully. In Dorne, House Martell begins to plot their revenge against the Lannisters. At the Wall, Stannis makes Jon a tempting offer.

Silicon Valley, “Runaway Devaluation” (HBO, 10 p.m.) — Hooli’s bombshell starts to have major repercussions regarding Pied Piper’s future, and the guys scramble to find new financial backing. Meanwhile, Dinesh works to take back a foolish investment, which Gilfoyle attempts to thwart.

Wolf Hall, “Anna Regina” (PBS, 10 p.m.) — King Henry VIII continues to rely on Cromwell to take care of his affairs, even though he still lacks an official title. A breakthrough in Henry’s attempts at divorce horrifies his wife Katherine of Aragon, but serves to bind Cromwell closer to the King than ever.


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