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What’s On Tonight: ‘The Americans’ Ends Its Season And ‘The Goldbergs’ Throws ‘Princess Bride’ References At Us


The Americans
(FX, 10:00 p.m.) — In the season three finale, Elizabeth and Paige take a trip and wind up on dangerous ground, and Philip finds solace in the arms of HUH!? WHAT?! You’ll have to watch to find out, Comrade.

Arrow (CW, 8:00 p.m.) — Oliver returns to Nanda Parabat with the fam in tow. Felicity is not amused and she may do something about it.

ABC Comedies (ABC, 8:00-10:00 p.m.) — Jerry and Dick Van Dyke pop up on The Middle, Adam wants to take fencing and toss out Princess Bride references on The Goldbergs, Jay joins Cam’s bowling league on Modern Family, and Dre has his street cred challenged by Michael Rappaport on Black-ish.

Supernatural (CW, 9:00 p.m.) — Sam seeks out a magic box that may cure Dean of the Mark of Cain (and also herpes), but hold onto your easily blown off tushes, Magnus (dude who made the box) set up a trap and now both Winchesters are in danger of never rocking our fancies with a dope montage again.

Nashville (ABC, 10:00 p.m.) — Christina Aguilera sticks around for another episode to have a diva-off with Juliette, who is about to make her big comeback. Also, Deacon gets some potentially good news, and viewers wait for the shoe to drop with Teddy and his brewing mega-scandal.

Broadchurch (BBC America, 10:00 p.m.) — The verdict is in and Alec is about to get to the bottom of who killed Lisa in the season 2 finale.

Big Time in Hollywood, FL (Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.) — The boys get a gun in their face and their parents get a chance to have the place all to themselves so they can go nuts on each other’s bodies… or “Alan and Diana enjoy a romantic evening.” Don’t blame me for reading in the margins.

LATE NIGHT GUESTS: Phil McGraw, Manny Pacquiao, and Chet Faker on Kimmel; Bruce Willis and Dawes on Letterman; Courtney Cox, Oscar Isaac, Joel McHale, and Natalie La Rose on Corden; Russell Crowe, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and Kenny Chesney on Fallon; Ethan Hawke, Gina Rodriguez, and Jessie Balin on Meyers; and Dana Perino on The Daily Show.

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