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With this being the final week of the regular network TV season, the schedule is dominated by season finales more than premieres. Most of the new and returning shows this week are of the reality genre. The exceptions are the new season of Lucifer, which has moved from Fox to Netflix, Global’s final season of Mary Kills People, and Stephen Colbert’s Trump cartoon spinoff. Happy viewing!
Lucifer – 4th Season (10 episodes) on Netflix
Mary Kills People – 8 to 9pm on Global – Third and Final Season Premiere
Our Cartoon President – 8 to 8:30pm on Crave – 2nd Season Premiere
The Circus: Inside the Wildest Political Show on Earth – 4th Season Premiere
The Bachelorette – 8 to 10:01pm on ABC/City – 15th Season Premiere
Southern Charm – 8 to 9pm on Slice – 6th Season Premiere
Wahlburgers – 8 to 10:01pm on A&E – 10th and Final Season Premiere
This is actually a one-hour retrospective at 8pm called Wahl of Fame, followed by the season premiere at 9.
The Employables – 10:01 to 11:04pm on A&E – Series Premiere
This docuseries follows people as they look for work with conditions such as Tourette Syndrome or autism, working with specialists to help them to identify their strengths and weaknesses.
Worst to First – 10 to 11pm on HGTV – 2nd Season Premiere
The Substitute – 9 to 9:30pm on YTV – Series Premiere
Jace Norman (Henry Danger) surprises students at Luther Burbank Middle School as a substitute teacher (with the help of a team of special effects artists) in this youth-centric version of Undercover Boss.