As another school year comes to an end, and I close the doors on another chapter of my life it makes me think about all of the wonderful times I had with the RAs I supervised, and the students who lived in the building I worked in. There were also some crazy moments, but I am excited for some relaxing summer moments where I do not have crazy students damaging my building. This is also the time of the year when many shows end their seasons or they end completely.
This time is traditionally referred to as May sweeps. During this time there are lots of shows that end big, with weddings, graduations, deaths, births, elections, or other momentous life events. The traditional television season has morphed with non basic cable networks, so they do not fit within this typical model, but here what is going on and what we may find out as the shows seasons/series come to an end.
The Good Wife-The season has flown by with Alicia struggling with her relationship with Will, becoming friend with Kahlinda again, and trying to find a nice balance with her relationship with Peter. This season ender has two of the firms most diabolical enemies Patty Niholme (Martha Plimpton) and Lewis Canning (Michael J. Fox) attempting to bankrupt the firm. Peter is facing an uphill battle in the gubernatorial race potentially against Matthew Perry's character. Kahlinda has had to face a lot of challenges as well and tonight she will get a major surprise.
GCB-This shows pilot made it seem as though this show had no potential but with the show hitting its rhythm I am happy to say I am hope that this show returns next season. As the season has progressed Amanda has moved forward to try and create a good relationship with mean girls Carleen and Cricket.
The Voice-Does the winner even matter? This show loses so much steam after the chairs stop turning around. The show is different from American Idol, but at this point I have lost so much interest and honestly do not care who wins. I do enjoy watching the judges. I guess I like Jamar Brooks.
Parks and Recreation-Will Leslie Knope win the election? That's the big question on everyone's mind. This show is pitch perfect and has done something The Office could not do keep the the quality, because they do not try too hard.
Desperate Housewives-This is end! Last summer, I stated that this show should end, and ABC and Marc Cherry listened. This show ran it's course, and I gave up a couple of seasons ago. I will tune in to see how the 4 ladies will end their time on Wisteria Lane.
How I Met Your Mother-Who is Barney going to marry? We better find out who the bride is in the season finale. It will be fun to watch Lilly give birth too.
Grey's Anatomy-I gave up on this show the same time I gave up on on Desperate Housewives, but this is going to be an interesting finale. There are a lot of contracts up on Grey's, a lot of doctor's will have offers to leave Seattle Grace, and someone is going to fail their boards. Mix this up with another crazy ending like the gunman in the hospital, and you have one crazy cliffhanger ending on your hands.
House-After many years on the air this show is coming to an end. How will it end? The last episode is called Everyone Dies, this cryptic title has a dark an ominous tone for the series ending episode.
Glee-The kids from McKinley High are graduating. Where will they all go, and what will their futures bring? Who will be back next season, and who is gone for good? I think this will bring the show to an important cross roads that will make or break it for me next year.
Modern Family-Will Mitch and Cam adopt their second child, will Haley go to college? No cliffhangers on this show, just good ole fashioned fun comedy.
Revenge-Amanda knows who killed her dad, and it's on! The Grayson's are in even bigger trouble with her.