Tuesday night means all new episodes of Glee and The Fabulous Beekman Boys, plus the second round of sing-offs on The Voice and the season finale of The Good Wife!
What to Watch: Tuesday, May 17
8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1.5 hr), NEW
Jonathan Groff returns as a guest star tonight as Rachel’s ex Jesse St. James, who offers his services to help the New Directions win Nationals by updating their set list (and subsequently adding tension between the glee clubbers). When one of its members deals with a devastating unexpected loss, will the Glee Club be able to band together? Tune in and find out!
10:00pm: The Fabulous Beekman Boys, Planet Green (30 min) SEASON FINALE
Tune in tonight for a dramatic season finale! When Susan & Yvonne, a couple from Los Angeles, buy a historic property in Sharon Springs to transform into a health care facility, they offer Brent a position as their resident physician. Josh is thrilled at his taking on a medical position and making a salary again, but when Brent is reluctant to take any time away from the farm (even if it means Josh could move to the farm full time), the situation between the two becomes tense. Don’t miss the season finale tonight for the shocking conclusion!
9:00pm: The Voice, NBC (2 hrs) NEW
In the second half of the battle rounds, the judges and their advisers (including out mentor Sia) decide which of the week’s dueling vocalists deserve to move on to the live performance rounds. Watch tonight to cheer on out singers Beverly McClellan and Nakia to join Vicci Martinez in the next round! Here's a preview of the battle, check it out:
10:00pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) SEASON FINALE
After Alicia confronted her best friend Kalinda, the firm’s bisexual investigator, about her affair with Alicia’s husband, they must put their strained relationship aside to work together and prove their client's innocence of murder in tonight’s season finale!
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