While it may feel like the holiday season is fast approaching, television is still in full swing, with a bunch of premieres and finales this week to keep your DVR hoppin'.
Here are Screener's picks for the five must-see shows for Nov. 13-18.
'Last Week Tonight,' Sunday, 11 p.m., HBO
It's the season finale of "Last Week Tonight," where John Oliver is undoubtedly going to weigh in on the 2016 election. If the pattern holds, Oliver won't be back until mid-February, so enjoy his last show for a while.
'Good Behavior,' Tuesday, 9 p.m., TNT
Michelle Dockery returns to TV as Letty Raines, a con artist recently released from prison -- and it's definitely Lady Mary as you've never seen her before. There's a special preview airing Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT before the two-hour series premiere Tuesday.
'Shooter,' Tuesday, 10 p.m., USA
This controversial series about a sniper has had its premiere postponed twice due to real-life gun violence, but it is finally premiering Tuesday. Ryan Phillippe stars as Bob Lee Swagger, the protagonist of a series of books by Stephen Hunter, loosely based on real Marine sniper Carlos Hathcock.
The events of the book on which "Shooter" is based pick up in 1992 when Swagger is approached to prevent the assassination of the president, though the USA drama has updated the time period to roughly present day.
'American Horror Story,' Wednesday, 10 p.m., FX
"AHS: Roanoke" brings things back to the "Asylum" as survivor Lee Harris (Adina Porter) sits down with Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) for an in-depth interview about her experience.
'How to Get Away With Murder,' Thursday, 10 p.m., ABC
The midseason finale of Viola Davis' ABC drama promises to reveal the events of Annalise's house fire and the identity of the body under the sheet that sent her into hysterics in the Season 3 premiere. Buckle up, it should be a fun ride.