So it’s time to say goodbye to Comic Television…or at least for this season of television shows as the few remaining comic-related series are wrapping up, leaving us with only Preacher (which doesn’t have a new episode this week for some reason) and Wynonna Earp as ongoing series that are direct adaptions. We say goodbye to Gotham, Arrow and The Flash for the summer this week in their season finales, but all have been renewed so you don’t have to worry about cancellations. And good news if you’re a Person of Interest fan, there’s three episodes this week to check out. Be sure to watch the second season of Bloodline as well which drops in its entirety on Netflix on Friday, and as always, Game of Thrones makes sure the week ends with a bang.


Gotham 2.22 “Transference” – (8pm, Fox) – Season Finale!
While Gordon, Bruce and Lucius remain at Indian Hill, the city of GOTHAM will be met with a new threat as Hugo Strange’s inmates devise a plan to escape and start their new lives.

12 Monkeys 2.06 “Immortal” – (9pm, SyFy)*
Cole’s partnership with Ramse is put to the test when they travel back to the 1970s to try to prevent the Twelve from murdering a disturbed Vietnam veteran with a connection to the Witness.

Person of Interest 5.06 “A More Perfect Union” – (10pm, CBS)*
The Machine sends Reese and Finch to a wedding to protect a pair of POIs before their nuptials. Also, Fusco becomes angry at being kept in the dark by the team and takes it upon himself to investigate a string of missing person reports.


The Flash 2.23 “The Race of his Life” –  (8pm, The CW) – Season Finale!

Barry vows to stop Zoom after learning Zoom’s true plans.

Person of Interest 5.07 “QSO” – (10pm, CBS)*
Root goes undercover at a radio station to protect the host of a conspiracy theory show who stumbles upon information that could get him killed. Also, Samaritan’s agents try to convince a member of the team that their goals are noble.

Person of Interest 5.08 “Reassortment” (10:45pm, CBS)*
Reese and Finch become trapped in a hospital that becomes ground zero for a deadly viral outbreak. Also, Samaritan’s newest recruit has second thoughts and Shaw continues to struggle with reality.


Arrow 4.23 “Schism” (8pm, The CW) – Season Finale!
Oliver teams up with a surprising force in an attempt to stop Damien Darhk and his magic once and for all.

Wayward Pines 2.01 “Enemy Lines” (8pm, Fox)*
Dr. Theo Yedlin – a new resident of Wayward Pines – awakens from suspended animation and finds himself in the middle of this rebellion, as he tries to understand what Wayward Pines really is and help preserve the endangered human race. CJ Mitchum, an original resident of Wayward Pines and a historian for the town with extensive knowledge of its complex origins, is the only one who can provide a unique bridge between the current world of Wayward Pines and the previous world that humans inhabited. Megan Fisher, is in charge of the scientific research being conducted on the Abbies, and remains deeply involved in the development of the hearts and minds of the future of humanity—Wayward Pines’ “First Generation”.

The Americans 4.11 “Dinner for Seven” (10pm, FX)*
Elizabeth completes the last steps of a very personal operation… but at what cost?


Orphan Black 4.07 “The Antisocalism of Sex” (10pm, BBC America)
Sarah regresses to old habits while struggling to cope with the consequences of her decisions —reconnecting with Beth on a dark night of the soul. Back at the lab, Cosima, haunted by vicious memories and news of Delphine, attempts a dangerous Hail Mary to find a cure. At the Hendrixes, Alison is more determined than ever to create normalcy for her kids. As she forges ahead with a birthday party, Donnie is caught in the Neolution crosshairs.

Archer 7.09 Deadly Velvet Part 1” (10pm, FX)*
Archer and the gang are hired by renowned director, Ellis Crane, to investigate suspicious activity on the set of his new movie, Deadly Velvet


Bloodline Season 2 (Netflix)

The Rayburns are back in Season 2 of Netflix’s series. No episode summary obviously as the entire season drops worldwide but if it’s anything like Season 1 it’s likely to be one of the best shows of the year once again. There’s still time to catchup!

Wynonna Earp 1.09 “Bury Me With My Guns On” (10pm, SyFy)
Wynonna tries to get past her encounter with the last of the Seven, and gets swept up in Henry’s vendetta.


Outlander 2.08 “The Fox’s Lair” (9pm, Starz)
No episode summary available and another reminder that I really need to catchup on this show.


Game of Thrones 6.09 “Blood of My Blood” (9pm, HBO)
An old foe comes back into the picture. Gilly meets Sam’s family. Arya faces a difficult choice. Jaime faces off against the High Sparrow.

Penny Dreadful 3.05 “This World is Our Hell” (10pm, Showtime)
Hecate and Ethan struggle to survive in the harsh desert wasteland.

About The Author Milo Milton Jef​feries

Milo is a fan of comics, movies and television, and he reads too many books, listens to far too much music and watches far too many shows and movies. His favourite Star Wars movie is The Last Jedi.

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