By EW Staff
April 11, 2019 at 06:00 AM EDT

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Fam

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH:  10 p.m. on CBS

Season Finale
The freshman season of this comedy — starring Nina Dobrev (Clem) and Tone Bell (Nick) — has been building to this…and creator Corinne Kingsbury offers one warning: “You may get a case of the cries.” Happily engaged, their world was turned upside down when Clem’s little sister, “maybe the worst teenager in the world,” unexpectedly showed up to live with them, but that couldn’t stop what happens in the finale. “It’s the wedding!” Kingsbury exclaims. “That’s not a big shocker — but there is a shocker. I won’t say what, but there’s a surprising twist.” —Gerrad Hall

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Black Summer

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH:  Streaming on Netflix

Black Summer

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH:  Streaming on Netflix

Series Debut
In the new Netflix zombie show Black SummerJaime King plays a woman named Rose who is separated from her daughter in the chaos which ensues after the dead start to walk (and run and kill people). “She is a Midwestern woman, who is in love with her husband and has been with him for a long time, and loves her daughter, and finds herself in these extraordinary circumstances,” says King, whose previous acting credits include the Sin City films and The CW show Hart of Dixie. “Her child is ripped from her, torn away from her, and [she] will stop at nothing to go get her.” —Clark Collis

[Ed. note: A previous version of this article inaccurately described Black Summer as a prequel to Syfy’s Z Nation.]

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RuPaul’s Drag RaceVH1

*times are ET and subject to change

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