This Week's TV: Say Goodbye To Revolution And Warehouse 13!

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Two scifi shows take their final bows this week—and Warehouse 13 is going out with a musical number. Plus, we see the season finales of From Dusk Till Dawn and Supernatural while the summer TV season is just ramping up. See all the latest clips and details below!


Top image from Warehouse 13. Everyone is tap dancing their way into the finale.


Warehouse 13 (9 PM, Syfy)

It's the final episode of Warehouse 13 ever! The team gets some news that will affect their futures and the Warehouse forever.

Metal Hurlant Chronicles (10 PM, Syfy)

In "Three on a Match," three astronauts survive a crash, but a leak in the hull forces them to fight for the remaining oxygen. In "Cold Hard Facts/Red Light," one prisoner will do anything to escape a his fortified prison, while in the 23rd century, a frozen survivor from the 20th century is found.


From Dusk Till Dawn (9 PM, El Rey)

In the season finale, Seth and Richie defeat the labyrinth only to find they've been double-crossed, leading to a climactic clash with Carlos and Narciso. Meanwhile, the Fullers confront their own demons, and Freddie makes a fateful choice.

Supernatural (9 PM, The CW)

Supernatural's angelic war comes to a head in the season finale:

Dean (Jensen Ackles) feels the effects of the First Blade, and Metatron (guest star Curtis Armstrong) makes his move against humanity. Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean and Castiel (Misha Collins) face shocking consequences when taking the fight to Metatron (guest star Curtis Armstrong).



Revolution (8 PM, NBC)

This week we say farewell to Revolution after two seasons:

Miles (Billy Burke), Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) and Monroe (David Lyons) launch an attack on the Patriots, but must improvise a risky new plan in order to halt the oncoming war between California and Texas. Out for revenge, Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) sets his sights on President Davis (guest star Cotter Smith). Meanwhile, Aaron (Zak Orth) and Rachel's (Elizabeth Mitchell) efforts to save Priscilla (guest star Maureen Sebastian) from the nano-tech has unexpected consequences.


The 100 (9 PM, The CW)

With the drop ship headed toward Earth, how long will the 100 be alone?

Murphy (guest star Richard Harmon "Bates Motel") returns to camp claiming to have been held captive and tortured by the Grounders, and Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Bellamy (Bob Morley) have very different opinions on how to handle his return. Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) sneaks away to find Lincoln (guest star Ricky Whittle) and returns with a serious warning for the 100. Meanwhile, a mysterious virus strikes camp forcing many to be quarantined, and Jasper (Devon Bostick) pulls off a heroic move.



It's a quiet night on the TV front. Time to get caught up on your reading—or start binge-watching everything you haven't gotten around to on your DVR.



Continuum (9 PM, Syfy)

Kiera's relationships are put to the test when her killer is revealed.


Orphan Black (9 PM, BBC America)

We're closing in on some of Orphan Black's major secrets—but will the cultists catch up with the Clone Club first?

Sarah joins forces with an unlikely and untrustworthy ally, following a trail of clues that she hopes will lead her to the origins of the clone experiment. Cosima and Delphine make a discovery that could prove to be the key to treating her illness. Alison finds herself in unsavory company at rehab.

In the Flesh (10 PM, BBC America)

Does this "turn" in Kieren and Simon's relationship mean that Kieren and Amy won't be Best Dead Friends Forever anymore?

Kieren's relationship with Simon takes an unexpected turn, provoked by PDS sufferer Freddie trying to win back his childhood sweetheart.



Believe (9 PM, NBC)

Believe is back after sitting on the shelf for a couple of weeks, counting down its final three episodes:

When Bo (Johnny Sequoyah) has a premonition of a tragic event in the New York City subway, she convinces Tate (Jake McLaughlin) to help her in stopping her vision from becoming reality. A confrontation with FBI Agent Ferrell (guest star Trieste Kelly Dunn) in the subway station quickly changes course when an explosion leaves them trapped underground. Meanwhile, Dani (guest star Mia Vallet) proves herself to Skouras (Kyle MacLachlan) as she settles into her new home at Orchestra.

Penny Dreadful (10 PM, Showtime)

Dr. Frankenstein is confronted by his past. Vanessa has a vision of Mina.

Salem (10 PM, WGN)

Alden and Cotton come face-to-face with a real witch; Mary devises a solution to the conflict within the coven.


Robot Chicken (11:30 PM)

The gang rework a scene in Pacific Rim; the future of Looney Tunes characters is revealed; a new member joins Voltron; and Skeletor rids himself of He-Man.


Game of Thrones returns June 1st, so we'll have to wait an extra week to see the results of the trial by combat.



Man, no one's talking about Metal Hurlant Chronicles. Like, at all. Yet it has some recognizable actors and everyone loves a good sci-fi anthology series. Is it just that bad or what?