June 14, 2015

What's Premiering on TV This Week? (6/14-6/20)

There's no bigger ticket on TV this week than the Game of Thrones season finale. NONE!

As sad as it is to see GOT ending its season tonight (it's been 10 weeks already?), we at least still have Hannibal, Penny Dreadful, and Salem to keep us going until the other good shows of the Summer Season kick in.

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Game of Thrones: "Stannis marches. Dany is surrounded by strangers. Cersei seeks forgiveness. Jon is challenged."

So what is going to happen on the GOT finale? The Battle of Winterfell? The Walk of Shame? Will someone get kidnapped? Will someone major die? Will someone go blind? The series is moving well past the books in big ways now, so it's hard for us to know what's going to happen anymore, but we do know this: it will be bloody, and people will rage.

We can't wait to watch the Internet explode after this one.

The Game of Thrones Season Finale airs Sunday at 9 P.M.on HBO

Ripper Street: "Loyalties are tested as the H Division uncovers a shocking truth and a dangerous ghost from the past returns."

Ripper Street ends its 3rd season American run this week,and there's not much that we can say about it; we're a full season behind on this show, so until we catch up, we can't pretend to be excited about its finale.

Next year we'll be all caught up though, and we'll be excited when its 4th season ends. We promise.

The Ripper Street Season Finale airs Wednesday at 10 P.M.on BBCA.

Orphan Black: "Kendall may be the key to stop Castor; the sisters appear to be thwarting their most dangerous foe."

The same goes for Orphan Black as it does for Ripper Street: we're way behind on this one, and so the season finale isn't anything that excites us. For the legion of die-hard Orphan Black fans out there though, it's sure to be huge.

The Orphan Black Season Finale airs Saturday at 9 P.M.on BBCA.

The Making of the Mob: "Making of the Mob, is an eight-part docudrama that begins in 1905 and spans more than 50 years, tracing the original five families that led to the modern American Mafia, including the rise of Charles Lucky Luciano, Meyer Lansky and Benjamin Bugsy Siegel."

Sounds pretty fantastic to us. Let's just hope that AMC can pull off the Documentary/Re-enactment combo thing reasonably well.

The Making of the Mob premieres Monday at 10 P.M. on AMC.

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