What to Watch on Sunday: New firm threatened on ‘Good Wife’ season finale

Posted by Brooke Cain on May 18, 2014 

The Good Wife

(L-R): Julianna Margulies as Alicia Florrick, Ben Rappaport as Carey Zepps (background) and Matt Czuchry as Cary Agos in “The Good Wife.”

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The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - An incredible Season 5 ends with Alicia and Cary learning about a threat to the firm when an open feed from a camera is left on following a teleconferenced deposition with Lockhart/Gardner. Meanwhile, Louis Canning vies for a larger role at LG, and Alicia entrusts plans for Zach’s high school graduation party to Jackie and Veronica.

Also on . . .

North Carolina Bookwatch (Noon, UNC-TV) - N.C. State linguistics professor Walt Wolfram talks about his new book, “Talkin’ Tar Heel: How Our Voices Tell the Story of North Carolina.”

The Simpsons (8pm, Fox) - In the Season 25 finale, Bart’s victory in Springfield Elementary’s annual “Race Around the School” leaves him guilt-ridden because he received outside help.

Call the Midwife (8pm, UNC-TV) - In the Season 3 finale, Chummy cares for her dying mother while Shelagh and Dr. Turner wait for knows regarding their adoption request.

Billboard Music Awards (8pm, ABC) - Performers include Miley Cyrus, Imagine Dragons, Jason Derulo, John Legend and others.

Game of Thrones (9pm, HBO) - Brienne follows a new lead on the road with Podrick, and Jon’s warnings abut the Wall’s weaknesses are ignored.

Penny Dreadful (10pm, Showtime) - Vanessa and Sir Malcom attend a party at the home of Egyptologist Sir Ferdinand Lyle and meet Dorian Gray. The party takes an ominous turn when medium Madam Kali hosts a seance.

Other season finales:Family Guy“ (8:30pm, Fox); “ Mr. Selfridge“ (9pm, UNC-TV); “ The Mentalist“ (10pm, CBS);

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