SUNDAY

On the season finale of “The Good Wife” (9 p.m., CBS), everything comes to a head: the outcome of Peter’s gubernatorial run, Cary’s decision to start his own firm, and Alicia’s conflicted feelings for the two men in her life, Peter and Will. Hopefully, there’s enough closure to keep viewers contented until next season, but enough scandal to make us count the days till fall.

MONDAY

As “Bones” (8 p.m., Fox) concludes its eighth season,  hacker/serial killer Christopher Pelant is back, and he may be targeting Booth.

Because you can’t escape it so why try, on “The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC), the knockout rounds begin.

“The Following” (10 p.m., Fix) concludes its first season with Joe getting some alone time with Claire. Creepy.

Cathy starts therapy on “The Big C: Hereafter” (10 p.m.,  Showtime) as the Laura Linney-helmed show kicks off its final four-episode run.

TUESDAY

A “special edition”  of “20/20” (10 p.m., ABC) features an interview with Amanda Knox, who served four years for the murder of her roommate in Italy before the murder conviction was overturned. Then last month, that  acquittal was tossed and a new trial was ordered. Sounds like she’ll have a lot to talk about.

Missing “Grimm” (10 p.m., NBC) on Fridays? That’s because it’s moved to a Tuesdays.  Tonight, as if fairytale creatures weren’t strange enough, Nick investigates the possibility of alien Wesen. Juliette also remembers more about her relationship with Nick.

WEDNESDAY

Sandwiched between new episodes of “The Middle” and “Modern Family,” “Family Tools” (8:30 p.m., ABC) premieres. It’s a comedy starring Kyle Bornheimer as a son who returns to take over his father’s handyman business.

THURSDAY

It’s a super-sized “The Office” (8:30 p.m., NBC) , with Andy still fixated on becoming famous in the wake of the documentary’s success, and Jim returns to Scranton to work on his marriage with Pam.

Following, is the season finale of “Parks and Recreation” (9:30 p.m., NBC). Leslie celebrates her first year in office, and April gets some big news.

Meanwhile, Bob Newhart guest-stars on “The Big Bang Theory” (8 p.m., CBS)

Feeling more in the mood for drama? Well, “Scandal” (10 p.m., ABC) has plenty of that, as the team makes a surprising discovery during its investigation into the mole.

Speaking of investigations, on “Elementary” (10 p.m., CBS) Sherlock is once again on the hunt for nemesis Moriarity, who is linked to a series of recent killings.

FRIDAY

“Happy Endings” (8 p.m., ABC) finishes season three with back-to-back episodes. Watch while you can… odds that it will return for a fourth season aren’t looking favorable, despite positive buzz from critics and fans alike.

— Heather Chavez