Weekend TV Preview

Friday, April 10 by

We hate goodbyes! Two of our favorite of shows are culminating their seasons tonight. Terminator:TSCC promises a climactic face off with a T-1001, and Friday Night Lights ends with a majority of the cast moving on to college (but don’t worry, the show got picked up for another 2 seasons). Don’t start going outside or anything, breaking Bad is still goin’ strong, and the absence of one show means the emergence of another. Here’s hoping for summer long Knight Rider series. Your preview after the break.

 

Friday Night Lights 9/8c on NBC

Last weekthe team prepared for tough opponents; the Taylors made a decision about the McCoys; Tyra wrote her college essay with help from Landry; Matt fret over telling his grandma about his plan for college; and Lyla moved out of Tim’s house. Tonight, Eric’s contract is reviewed in the third-season finale. Meanwhile, Billy and Mindy’s wedding day arrives; Tyra awaits word on her wait-list status; Matt prepares to leave for college; and Tim and Lyla consider their future.

Terminator:The Sarah Connor Chronicles 8/7c on FOX

Last week John pursued a Skynet target, and got close to Weaver; Ellison reunited with Sarah after plans change; Weaver uncovered secrets about Ellison. Tonight, the Connors encounter Weaver, and the resulting confrontation becomes a pivotal event for John in the second-season finale.

–SUNDAY–

 

Breaking Bad 10/9c on AMC

Last week, Hank dealt with some lingering aftereffects from his confrontation with Tuco; bills were piling up at the White house and tensions were beginning to run high; Jesse organized a crew of dealers to take their product to the streets. Tonight, Walt returns to teaching at the high school; when Skinny Pete get taken advantage of and ripped off, Jesse steps in, but bites off more than he can chew; Skyler takes the opportunity to show her appreciation for Gretchen’s kindness in picking up the tab for Walt’s treatments.

Late Show Round-Up

—Listed Below From Best to Worst—

Jimmy Kimmel 1205/1105c ABC

Amy Poehler, Jordana Brewster, Les Claypool

Jimmy Fallon 1235/1135c NBC

Tracy Morgan, Jarod Miller, Trace Adkins

Leno 1135/1035c NBC

Condoleeza Rice, Bill Hader, PJ Harvey and John Parish

Letterman 1130/1030c CBS 

Jon Stewart, U2

Craig Ferguson 1235/1135c CBS

Brittany Murphy, Christopher Gorham

  

—no new Conan until June 1st :(

Have a Tremendous Weekend– Screenjunkies.com

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