After five seasons and 70 episodes, iZombie airs its series finale tonight on The CW. Series creator Rob Thomas (of Veronica Mars fame) has said he basically knew from the start how things would end for the series. Tonight's the night he lets the rest of us in.
SERIES FINALE: In the final episode of iZombie, titled "All's Well That Ends Well," the human-versus-zombie war comes to a head, which promises to mean something major for Rose McIver's Liv and her friends & foes. 8:00 PM ET on The CW
SERIES PREMIERE: SundanceTV's true-crime docuseries No One Saw a Thing explores the 1981 killing of Ken Rex McElroy (aka "the town bully"), a small-town criminal who was murdered by the people he'd terrorized. As our Sarah Bunting writes in her review, the six-part series boasts impressive access as it uncovers the extra-legal vigilante justice and how McElroy's death affected his hometown. 11:00 PM ET on SundanceTV
NEW EPISODE: With yesterday's announcement that its current third season will be its last, Baskets only has four more episodes to air before its series finale. In tonight's episode, a carpet emergency interrupts Christine's wedding plans. 10:00 PM ET on FX
SEASON FINALE: In today's Season 2 finale of the historical-supernatural drama Strange Angel, Susan (Bella Heathcote) and Patty's (Laine Neil) relationship reaches a breaking point when Susan learns of her sister's indiscretions. Also: Jack (Jack Reynor) has a chance to get back into the military's good graces, but the conditions may be too tough to swallow. Streaming on CBS All Access
SEASON PREMIERE: The New York variation of Bravo's Million Dollar Listing franchise is its most venerable, and if you can handle the personalities, tonight's 90-minute premiere should be the perfect summer fare. On tonight's episode, Frederik reaches back to the 1980s to find a buyer, Ryan is tasked with selling a mansion built atop a freeway, and Steve finds himself upstate, trying to please a billionaire client. 9:00 PM ET on Bravo
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