Last but never least, The CW is the final broadcast-TV network to release its slate of spring (and early summer) season finales. To date, The CW has renewed for the 2022-23 TV season the following scripted shows: All American, The Flash, Kung Fu, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, Superman & Lois and Walker. Additionally, In the Dark, Roswell New Mexico and DC’s Stargirl all have new seasons yet to air.
NBC has shared with TVLine its complete slate of season finales, including for the #OneChicago trifecta, its three-pack of Law & Order shows, Transplant, Young Rock and others.
CBS apparently has its “Eye” on the end of the TV season, and thus has announced season finale dates for 19 of its shows, plus at least one series finale. To date, CBS has renewed for the 2022-23 season only the following shows: Bob Hearts Abishola, The Neighborhood, Young Sheldon, Ghosts and CSI: Vegas. Bull, meanwhile, is the only announced series finale. So far.
CBS has announced season finale airdates for its primetime comediy, drama and unscripted series. Freshman dramas MacGyver and Ransom will wrap their seasons in April, followed by comedies Kevin Can Wait, Superior Donuts, Man With a Plan and The Great Indoors in May. First-year dramas Training Day and Bull will wrap in late May.
NBC is spreading out its season finales this spring, on Tuesday announcing end dates ranging from mid-April through late May.
A How I Met Your Mother wedding, a supersized NCIS, big guest stars for The Good Wife and space travels on The Big Bang Theory highlight the network’s schedule.
ABC is the second network (following The CW) to let loose with its May finale schedule, and among the dates is the day Desperate Housewives will wrap up its eighth and final season.
The television season is almost nearing the end. NBC released its finale dates for most of its series, and what stands out is an hourlong finale for Community on May 12 with Josh Holloway and hourlongs for Parks and Recreation and The Office.