Not your typical week: Lots of season finales, looking forward, and a few notable streaming releases. We may have left awards season behind, but the events keep racking up regardless — and it’s a great time to step back and take stock, as we come to the end of the winter season. What worked and what hasn’t, so far, in 2017?

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Sunday, March 26: Wake up to a new “Good Fight” on CBS All Access — only three episodes left of this fantastic (and already renewed) show, after today! And of course at 9 p.m. ET/PT, your choice is between Showtime’s “Homeland,” struggling delight “Time After Time” on ABC, or the penultimate episodes of HBO and AMC’s juggernauts “Big Little Lies” and “The Walking Dead.”

At 10 the second “Into the Badlands” of the season airs on AMC opposite “American Crime” (ABC), “The Arrangement” (E!), and “Billions” and “Feud: Bette & Joan” on Showtime and FX, respectively.

The night’s comedy lineup: FOX offers us a double episode hour of “Bob’s Burgers” at 7:30, and at 9:30 “The Last Man on Earth,” while the “Girls”/”Crashing” hour on HBO starts at 10. And also of interest: At 9 p.m. ET/PT on PBS, “Masterpiece!” offers a fascinating look at the Bronte sisters, our friend Jonathan Bennett ends another season of “Cake Wars” on Food Network at 10, and Andy Cohen hosts Kandi Burruss & Sanaa Lathan at 11 on Bravo.

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Monday, March 27: We highly recommend tonight’s “Supergirl” and “Jane the Virgin” at 8 and 9 on the CW — and of course, a particularly sensational “Bates Motel” comes to A&E at 10. In action, you’ve got a new “24: Legacy” on FOX at 8, and at 10 the second episode of the revamped, shiny new “Quantico” on ABC — and in the wee hours, “The Mindy Project” releases its fifth Hulu season finale.

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Tuesday, March 28: “The Flash”/”Legends of Tomorrow” block starts on the CW at 8, while we’re getting close to the finales for “The Fosters” and “Switched at Birth” on Freeform. We’re particularly excited about “The Americans” on FX and “Imposters” on Bravo at 10, and two premieres: “Rebel” on BET (two hours, starting at 10) and, late in the night, Hulu’s fascinating new period series “Harlots.”

In comedy, the night starts off with “New Girl” and “The Mick” on FOX at 8, the climactic double-episode of NBC’s “Trial & Error” at 9, and “The Detour” at 10 on TBS, followed by the incredibly sweet “Detroiters” at 10:30 on Comedy Central. Also of note, all at 9: “The Challenge” on MTV, the series finale of “Bones” on FOX, and an episode of Syfy’s “Face Off” titled simply “Cursed Covens,” and thus worth noting.

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Wednesday, March 29: For action, at 8 there’s “Arrow” and “Blindspot” on the CW and NBC, and “Hap & Leonard” on Sundance at 10. “Shots Fired” leads into “Empire” starting at 8 on FOX, “Underground” is on WGN America at 10, and along those same lines the one-hour series finale of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” titled in what we can only hope is a sign of the times “End of an Era,” starts at 9.

The best night in science fiction comes to a little bit of an end: “The 100” and “The Magicians”/”The Expanse” air at 9 on the CW and Syfy as usual… But we’ve reached the finale of FX’s 10 p.m. masterpiece “Legion,” for now. Luckily it’s been renewed — and creator Noah Hawley’s original beloved series, “Fargo,” returns in just a few (April 19, to be specific).

At 9 you’ve got ABC comedy staples “Modern Family” and “Black-ish,” the “Nobodies” premiere at 10 on TV Land — we recommend giving that a chance, at least — and a new Samantha Bee on TBS at 10:30.

Thursday, March 30: #TGIT starts promptly at 8 on ABC, as usual, while at 9 on the CW there’s a new “Riverdale” after “Supernatural,” and at 10, “The Blacklist: Redemption” airs on NBC opposite the 29th season premiere of “The Amazing Race.” In comedy, there’s a new “Powerless” on NBC at 8:30, and at 10 the series finale of “Review with Forrest MacNeil” on Comedy Central.

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In the wee hours, Netflix drops several notable series: “Five Came Back,” Season 11 of “Trailer Park Boys,” the first season of “Bordertown” — and of course, the hotly anticipated “13 Reasons Why.”

Friday, March 31: At 8, the second VH1 episode of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” (episode title “She Done Already Done Brought It On,” of course) against the perfectly natural primetime combination of “The Originals” and “Reign” on the CW… Showtime’s excellent Original “Disgraced,” season finale of “Sleepy Hollow” on FOX and the “Grimmseries finale on NBC.

Saturday, April 1: April Fools! The only thing airing tonight is a movie on the Hallmark Channel called “Love at First Bark,” and a new “Samurai Jack” at 11 on Adult Swim. After that, you’re looking at another “Good Fight” Sunday morning, and the finales of “The Walking Dead” and “The Missing,” series finale of “Black Sails” and presumably “Big Little Lies,” and the PBS premieres of “Call the Midwife” Season 6 and the final season of “Home Fires” that night.

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All in all, we’re pretty pleased: It’s going to be hard to let go of some of the new shows and mainstays we’ve become attached to — but the premieres still on the horizon throughout April are more than enough to keep us busy and excited! Have a great week.

Posted by:Jacob Clifton

Austin writer & critic, formerly editorial at Tribune Media & Gawker; Television Without Pity, BuzzFeed, Austin Chronicle, and more.