City Prime-time Programming Highlights: Monday, May 12 to Sunday, May 18
– Catch more must-see finales as both Glee and Suburgatory come to a close for another season –
– Harry and Rose band together against a snooty parents’ group this week on original comedy Seed –
– Gillian Anderson returns as Hannibal’s therapist in this week’s all-new episode –
Below is a chronological listing of detailed highlights for May 12 to 18. All programming is subject to change.
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Monday, May 12:
Friends with Better Lives (s/CBS): 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, 9:30 p.m. MT, 7:30 p.m. CT
Kate (Zoe Lister Jones) freaks out when she realizes that she is dating a man with a daughter – until she finds out the daughter is old enough to date Will (James Van Der Beek). Meanwhile, Lowell (Rick Donald) points out that a playgroup dad is flirting with Andi (Majandra Delfino), who then fears she is breaking up his marriage.
Mike & Molly (s/CBS): 9 p.m. ET/PT, 10 p.m. MT, 8 p.m. CT
“This Old Peggy”
Mike (Billy Gardel) wants Peggy (Rondi Reed) to see a doctor after her bathtub falls through the ceiling.
The Bridge: 10 p.m. ET/PT, 8 p.m. MT, 9 p.m. CT
Sonya (Diane Kruger) bonds with a key witness from the case. Meanwhile, Marco (Demian Bichir) uncovers Sonya and Hank's (Ted Levine) past; and Charlotte (Annabeth Gish) calls on an old friend for help.
Tuesday, May 13:
Glee (s/FOX): 8 p.m. ET/PT, 9 p.m. MT, 7 p.m. CT
“The Untitled Rachel Berry Project”
Rachel (Lea Michele) meets a famous television writer, whose eccentric personality catches her off guard. Meanwhile, Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Mercedes (Amber Riley) deal with the pressure of commitment as their careers take off; and the time has finally come for Blaine’s (Darren Criss) big showcase with June Dolloway (recurring guest star Shirley MacLaine) at NYADA.
Wednesday, May 14:
Revolution (s/NBC): 8 p.m. ET/PT, 9 p.m. MT, 7 p.m. CT
United by their desire to take the Patriots down, Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) and Monroe (David Lyons) form an uneasy alliance. Meanwhile, when Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) comes face-to-face with the nano-tech searching for Aaron (Zak Orth), things don’t go according to plan for Miles (Billy Burke), Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos), and Gene (Stephen Collins) as they try to steal the Patriots’ supply of mustard gas.
Modern Family (s/ABC): 9 p.m. ET/PT, 10 p.m. MT, 8 p.m. CT
“The Wedding, Part 1”
Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cameron's (Eric Stonestreet) wedding day has arrived, but Pepper Saltzman (recurring guest star Nathan Lane) has to solve a slew of problems. Meanwhile, Jay (Ed O’Neil) and Gloria (Sofia Vergara) let Cameron's family stay at their place, and Claire (Julie Bowen) takes being ‘best woman’ to heart.
Cougar Town: 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, 10:30 p.m. MT, 8:30 p.m. CT
“Love is the Long Road”
Chick's (Ken Jenkins) Alzheimer's symptoms prompt Jules (Courteney Cox) to urge him to look for a house in her neighbourhood, but Grayson's (Josh Hopkins) inadvertent suggestion that Chick move in with them is one he regrets. Meanwhile, the cul-de-sac crew prepares for Travis's (Dan Byrd) college graduation, which reignites the rivalry between Ellie (Christa Miller) and Laurie (Busy Phillips) for the top spot on Jules's list of friends.
Nashville (s/ABC): 10 p.m. ET/PT, 8 p.m. MT, 9 p.m. CT
“On the Other Hand”
As Will Lexington's (Chris Carmack) album climbs the charts with the help of Jeff Fordham's (Oliver Hudson) deep pockets, Rayna (Connie Britton) enlists Teddy's (Eric Close) help to plan a huge, free concert at LP Field to draw attention to her Highway 65 debut. Meanwhile, Zoey (Chaley Rose), Avery (Jonathan Jackson), and Gunnar (Sam Palladio) rock out at a benefit for Deacon's (Charles Esten) favourite charity; and Scarlett (Clare Bowen) makes a decision about her future in Nashville.
Thursday, May 15:
Hell’s Kitchen (s/FOX): 8 p.m. ET/PT, 9 p.m. MT, 7 p.m. CT
“11 Chefs Compete”
After a dramatic elimination, Chef Ramsay starts the day with a surprise field trip to a Gordon Ramsay restaurant, welcoming them into a kitchen that could one day be theirs. Later, the Red and Blue teams must prepare the restaurant's inspired meals. While one team leads the way, the other team struggles to communicate and is eventually kicked out of the kitchen, forcing them to put numerous chefs up for elimination.
Seed: 9 p.m. ET/PT, 10 p.m. MT, 8 p.m. CT
**City Original Series**
“Drool Me Once”
When a snooty parents’ group makes Rose (Carrie-Lynn Neales) and Harry (Adam Korson) feel like baby Charlie is slow to develop, they take it out on each other – until Harry stumbles onto a strategy that puts them, and Charlie, on top. Meanwhile, Janet (Laura de Carteret) and Jonathan (Matt Baram) deal with Anastasia’s (Abby Ross) tattooed new boyfriend; and Michelle (Amanda Brugel) discovers that Zoey (Stephanie Anne Mills) is a better liar than she thought as their anniversary approaches.
The Middle: 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, 10:30 p.m. MT, 8:30 p.m. CT
Sue (Eden Sher) goes from zero dates to five prom dates because she can’t reject anyone. Meanwhile, Axl (Charlie McDermott) helps Brick (Atticus Shaffer) put together an interesting book report; and Frankie (Patricia Heaton) and Mike (Neil Flynn) discover that they have nothing to talk about with each other.
Friday, May 16:
Suburgatory: 9 p.m. ET/PT, 10 p.m. MT, 8 p.m. CT
When Tessa (Jane Levy) joins a knitting circle, George (Jeremy Sisto) is a little surprised by the age gap between Tessa and her new friends. Still reeling from his one night stand, George decides to put pen to paper and writes a song dedicated to his muse. Meanwhile, newlyweds Malik (Maestro Harrell) and Lisa (Allie Grant) can’t seem to get along.
Hannibal (s/NBC): 10 p.m. ET/PT, 8 p.m. MT, 9 p.m. CT
Will (Hugh Dancy) shares his visions with Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) in a therapy session. Meanwhile, veiled threats come into play in Mason's (Michael Pitt) session with Hannibal; Jack (Laurence Fishburne) produces an unexpected witness from the past to help in the Hannibal case; and Hannibal's life is threatened, forcing Will to make a decision. Recurring guest star Gillian Anderson returns as Hannibal’s therapist Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier.
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