What to Watch Tonight: The Season Finale of The 100 and the Season Premieres of Suits and Graceland

By Andy Daglas

Jun 11, 2014

What to watch on Wednesday, June 11...

SERIES FINALE, 8pm & 8:30pm, NBC
Growing Up Fisher
Neither Paul Reiser nor Helen Hunt appears to be guest-starring in “Mad About You,” though it does welcome Erinn Hayes as Joyce’s freewheeling sister. Then in “Growing Up Fairbanks,” a family vacation prompts Mel and Joyce to rethink their separation just as their divorce papers arrive in the mail, while Henry fights his fear of horses to impress his crush.

8pm, ABC Family
Melissa & Joey
Mid-wedding, Mel drops a bombshell that prompts Joe to make a speedy and fateful decision in “Maybe I’m Amazed.” Among the youths, Lennox must choose between Zander and Marco, and Ryder looks for an opening to share his plans to skip college.

8:30pm, ABC Family
Baby Daddy
In “All Aboard the Love Train,” Ben tags along when Riley heads to a family gathering in Orlando via locomotive. (Though in point of fact, the Love Train ceased regular operations in 1974, and Ben and Riley will actually be traveling on the Romantic Tension & Wacky Misunderstandings Limited.) Back home, Bonnie helps Tucker prepare for his audition to be Mary Hart’s co-host.

The 100
Clarke appeals to Bellamy’s better angels even as Bellamy puts Octavia in a tight spot in “We Are Grounders, Part 2.” In other season-concluding vagueness, Finn takes a gamble, Raven and Jasper race against the clock, and matters on the Ark come to a head.

“One-Two-Three Go…” finds Mike’s first wade into investment-banking waters sending ripples through his new dynamic with Harvey. Complicating things further, a dogged former D.A. sets his vengeful sights on the firm, because it’s just not a season of Suits unless someone is setting their vengeful sights on the firm.

Mike returns to Graceland in “The Line” with a new undercover mission—and a shiny new price on his head, thanks to the cartel. He soon learns that in his absence, much has changed around the house, and in ways far more serious than even those dishes of potpourri someone stuck in all the bathrooms, you know the ones that look like wood chips, what’s up with those?

Duck Dynasty
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal pays a visit in “Governor’s Travels.” If I know my sitcom grammar, this all but guarantees a burned roast, a busted water pipe, someone getting crazy-glued to a duck, and all other manner of kooky mishaps just before the family’s guest arrives.

10pm, ABC
The squad investigates the murder of someone close to them all in “Deception.” In the process, Sgt. Cross finds it difficult to keep his professional and personal lives separate, raising Flynn’s ire.

10pm, TV Land
Hot in Cleveland
Victoria decides to 'fess up to longtime friend and fellow TV Land sitcom lead Maddie Banks (Kirstie Alley) as “Bucket: We’re Going to New York” crosses over with Kirstie. No word on whether Melanie, Joy, and Elka crossing items off their bucket lists will somehow rope in the crew from The Exes.

10:30pm, TV Land
Jennifer Falls
Jennifer returns briefly to her former upper-crust life in “Health Club,” but ditching Dina for the fancy foray lands her in hot water.

– Jack White and Amber Stevens on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Miranda Lambert on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Software engineer Rob Rhinehart on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Barbara Walters, Mama June & Honey Boo Boo, and Iliza Schlesinger on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC
– Christopher Walken, Tatiana Maslany, a Top Ten List by Miss USA Nia Sanchez, and Janelle Monáe on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS
– John Oliver, Natasha Lyonne, and Paolo Nutini on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35pm, NBC
– Jay Baruchel and Regina Hall on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS


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