Mad Men (AMC, Sunday 10 p.m.) — The time has come to cash in all your theories. Will Bob Benson be Peggy and Pete’s secret love child from the future? Will Ted and Ken reveal they are long lost brothers? Will Megan make out with Sharon Tate? Will Pete be mauled by a bear? It all comes down to the final hour of the season. Tune in to the Mad Men season finale on Sunday night.
Veep (HBO, Sunday 10 p.m.) — Another season finale, as the hilarious Veep wraps up its second season.
Copper (BBC America, Sunday 10 p.m.) — If the ads on the site today didn’t catch your attention, season two of Copper kicks off this Sunday with Donal Logue joining the cast. Check it out.
The Killing (AMC, Sunday 9 p.m.) — I know you’ve all been burned so badly by the first two seasons that most of you wouldn’t dare return to the series, but I gotta say: The first three hours have been pretty stellar. The true test will be those middle episodes, when the red herrings pile up.
True Blood (HBO, Sunday 9 p.m.) — If you have to. I guess.
Dave Foley: Really Well (Showtime, Friday 11 p.m.) — It’s good to see that Foley is still doing stand-up (as well as a reunion with Andy Dick and some porn stars), but doesn’t Foley deserve better than an Friday at 11 p.m. debut on Showtime?
Zero Hour and 666 Park Avenue (ABC, Saturday 9-10 p.m.) — If you really want to finish up those series cancelled earlier in this season, here’s your chance.