Finding Carter (MTV, 10 p.m.): Look, this isn’t accurately a consistently shining show—just demeanour during Joshua Alston’s reviews, that run a progression from C to A-, and that’s usually a final dual weeks!—but a uncover is entrance off a strongest part of a season, and there’s some flattering intriguing things going on whenever a uncover digs into a impossible, unsuited tragedy between a pretension character’s past and destiny as she continues to understanding with a fact that a lady she suspicion was her mom is indeed her kidnapper, with all that implies about … well, about everything. Now that a networks have some-more or reduction totally wound things down for a season, this competence be value giving a shot.

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iZombie (The CW, 9 p.m.): Well, we did contend “more or less” wound things down, and it feels wholly suitable that it would be a zombie uncover that keeps shuffling and shambling along after all a other network shows have wrapped adult their season. Tonight, “Someone tighten to Major dies of an apparent suicide, so Liv consumes a victim’s smarts to learn some-more and a outcome is a brew of existence and paranoia.” We comprehend we’ve given this uncover some cooperative guff for a idiocy of a premise, but, wow, is this uncover good during anticipating each fathomable turn on what unequivocally ought to be a sincerely singular concept. Respect, iZombie, respect. Carrie Raisler knew this all along.

Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.): So, among other things tonight, Amy “defends Bill Cosby.” Should be fun! Kate Knibbs is flattering certain Amy has got this, though still…

Regular coverage

Community (Yahoo!, 3:01 a.m.)
Younger (Nickelodeon/TV Land, 10 p.m.)

Elsewhere in TV Club

An aged favorite creates a many acquire lapse as Noel Murray revives A Very Special Episode, and what could be a some-more suitable approach to applaud this fact than by looking during some part of AfterMASH? On a one hand, it feels like roughly anything would be some-more appropriate. On a other hand, we’re not scarcely ridiculous adequate to doubt Noel Murray when he’s throwing down some of that Very Special Episode thunder.

What else is on?

Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader? (Fox, 8 p.m.): Yes. Yes we absolutely, apparently are. Not unequivocally certain because that indispensable to be categorically stated, but, hey, ask a foolish question…

I Can Do That (NBC, 10 p.m.): America’s real sweetheart, Marlon Wayans, hosts this event for celebrities to uncover off their dark talents by teaming adult with people who are already famous for publicly pity these skills a celebrities keep secret. In a initial episode, that means personification basketball with a Harlem Globetrotters and doing sorcery with Penn and Teller, and a celebrities to select from embody Cheryl Burke, Ciara, Joe Jonas, Nicole Scherzinger, Jeff Dye, and Alan RItchson. We guess during slightest some of those people competence be some-more famous than Penn and Teller, though we don’t have to like that fact.

Frontline (PBS, 10 p.m.): The simply patrician “Obama At War” does flattering many accurately what it promises to, focusing privately on a administration’s doing of a dispute with ISIS and a Syrian polite war.

Guardians Of The Galaxy (Starz, 8:55 p.m.): If zero else—and for a record, there’s plenty else that’s good about this movie—this competence be a favorite Bradley Cooper performance. That dude usually gets what it means to be a wisecracking, genetically engineered space raccoon, we know?

The Road Warrior (Spike, 9 p.m.): Fury Road is a damn truth, so what improved time is there to check out a closest kin in a Mad Max canon? Also, after removing a bucket of Immortan Joe, Lord Humungus is looking flattering damn reasonable as post-apocalyptic warlords go. We gamble his taxation process is usually rock-solid.

Stanley Cup Playoff: Game 6: Rangers during Lightning (NBC Sports, 8 p.m.): Like many NHL playoff series, a discussion finals have been arrange of close, with a teams trade blowouts and Tampa Bay winning a crazy overtime diversion on a approach to a 3-2 lead and a possibility to tighten out a array on their home ice.

NBA Playoff: Game 4: Hawks during Cavaliers (TNT, 8:30 p.m.): Yeah, so this array is over, even if a Hawks do conduct to grub out one win and equivocate a sweep. But hey! LeBron James (and, um, James Jones) is on a verge of creation his fifth uninterrupted NBA finals, a attainment usually Bill Russell and a ‘60s-era Boston Celtics have formerly accomplished. So there’s some story watchful to be done here, even if a final few games advise pronounced story isn’t going to be pretty.