Get a look inside each of this week's heart-stopping finales, with clips and promos. Will your heart be able to stand major cliffhangers from Lost, Supernatural, Fringe and Smallville? Will Chloe vanish forever? Fingers crossed!
In a future where cloning is possible but human cloning illegal, Arnold Schwarzenneger returns home to find a clone of himself living with his family. If only this were real life, so that Arnold could govern California and make more totally awesome movies like this simultaneously. The 6th Day is on Showtime at 3:45 PM.
Hulk is Ed Norton. That's more like it. Hulk not smash this movie. The Incredible Hulk is on Cinemax at 10 PM.
After the mean way Oliva brought our beloved Walter to tears in last weeks episode, I'm not surprised he took off with the Observer. Okay, maybe he deserved it a tiny bit, but Olivia you are a wicked, wicked lady in a sharp business suit. This is is the big season finale for Fringe — and you know what that means: time for the William Bell cameo. I trust you all remember who's portraying the evil CEO of Massive Dynamics? Fringe is on Fox at 9 PM.
Sam has to capture his jerky old high school biology teacher, while Ben is stuck fighting off attacking demons, drawn to Nina's pheromones. Reaper is on the CW at 8 PM.
Life After People -
What will happen to all of our precious metals, once people are wiped from he face of the Earth? Surprisingly even less interesting than the pools-of-disease theme from last week. But on the plus side, this week we find out what the horses will do without us. Run free, Black Stallion! Life After People is on the History Channel at 9 PM
Lost: A Journey in Time -
Recap your favorite Lost moments from the season and prepare for the oncoming finale, in an hour-long clip show on at 8 PM on ABC.
So are we going to blow up the island this week, or just keep talking about it? This is it kids, the season finale of Lost. The big reveal. Jack must once again convince everyone he's right... or maybe wrong, because what is he island if not a place to revolt against Jack Sheppard? Also, we're getting Kate, Juliet and Sawyer flashbacks, and hopefully ending this tedious love quadrangle once and for all. Check it out on ABC at 9 PM.
Can you explode a car from the bumper? Find out all you ever wanted to know about locomotive lore at Mythbusters on the Discovery Channel at 9 PM.
Watch Alan Tudyck's CG robot face steal each scene from an actual human, Will Smith, in I, Robot on FX at 5:30 PM.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold -
Booster travels back in time for celebrity status, but winds up helping Vandal and Savage with their evil deeds. The new episode is on Cartoon Network a 8:30 PM.
Clark's death is on the horizon, because of his incompetent friend Chloe and her never-ending ability to ruin everything. It's the Superman versus Doomsday showdown, and final episode of the season. Let's hope it goes out with a bang... that ends Chloe. Smallville is on the CW at 8 PM.
The finale of the fourth season of Supernatural has the two brothers revving up to fight Lucifer to prevent the end of the world, but can these two siblings stop fighting each other long enough to actually fight the baddies? See the big fight on the CW at 9 PM
The Serenity crew is back, in this follow up the dearly departed Joss Whedon series Firefly and as usual they're on the run from the powers that be. Catch Serenity at 6:30 PM on the Syfy Channel.
It's the start of the third season, and the first beastie we meet is an ancient Egyptian crocodile, or the Pristichampsus. The massive croc pops by London's British Museum, after an anomaly is opened, and now it's up to the gang to send it back where it came from. Primeval is on BBC America at 9 PM.
In an eerily similar world to the eerie world of I Am Legend, viewers are left wondering who this Will Smith impersonator is and where is his dog. I Am Omega is on the Syfy Channel at 3 PM.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Frylock falls in love, on the Cartoon Network on at 11:45 PM.
Ah, one of my favorites. Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn will stop at nothing to gain revenge and beauty. Using Bruce Willis as their little man pawn, the two try to one-up the other all the way to a secret underground society that will give you eternal youth, even in death. Death Becomes Her is on We at 7 PM.
Additional reporting from Julia Carusillo