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TNT was the big story on cable with the premiere of ‘Falling Skies’. On the broadcast networks, everything again took a back seat to the NBA Finals.
In a ‘Borgias’ cliffhanger season finale, Pope Alexander finds himself fighting for his life just s he realizes how badly his actions have hurt his children. All of the seasons plot lines culminate into a moving, well-earned finale.
Cable again took center stage with season premieres for ‘True Blood’, ‘Burn Notice’, and Suits, along with series premieres for ‘Bunheads’ and ‘Dallas’. On the broadcast networks, if the NBA and the NHL played football, the score would be 35 to 10.
This week on ‘The Borgias,’ the family disintegrates in a way that Alexander hardly sees coming. Meanwhile, though the threat of Savonarola is contained, the threat of poisoning looms. Will Alexander lose some of this season’s softness when he deals with the fallout?
Cable took center stage with nine big premieres and some very encouraging finale numbers for HBO’s ‘Game Of Thrones’. On the broadcast networks, NBC remains at the head of the class thanks to ‘America’s Got Talent.’
The tension between Juan and Cesare ramps up this week. How long will it be before they openly plot to kill each other? Also, Alexander needs to get in the game, a Sforza returns home, Della Rovere gets closer to vengeance, and Lucrezia gets to have both cakes and eat them too.
Finale week wasn’t exactly great for some of the older reality shows. ‘Idol’, ‘Dancing WIth The Stars’, and ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ were all up. But they were all at series low levels for their finales.