Here is a list of programming options to expect on TV this coming week:
The season finale of Shadowhunters will air on Freeform on March 6 at 8 PM.
On March 7, the fifth season of The Americans will air on FX at 10 PM.
The fifth and final 6-episode season of Ripper Street will premiere on BBC America on March 8 at 11 PM; that same night, the WGN America period piece drama Underground will return for its second season at 10 PM.
Also on March 8, Designated Survivor will be back for the rest of its debut season on ABC at 10 PM; meanwhile, that same night, CBS will air the season premiere of Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders at 10 PM (taking over for the pulled, new series Doubt that was yanked from the schedule after only two episodes)
The season finale of the History Channel series Six will also air on March 8 at 10 PM.
On March 9, The Catch will premiere on ABC with the start of its second season at 10 PM; and the mid-season finale of Nashville will also air on March 9 on CMT at 9 PM.
The one-hour retrospective “Forever Yours” honoring The Vampire Diaries will air on March 10 on The CW at 8 PM, followed by the show’s series finale at 9 PM.
That same night (on March 10) the second season of Hand of God will air online on Amazon.
Lastly on March 12, the 8-part anthology series American Crime will be back for a third season on ABC at 10 PM. When a father, Luis Salazar (Benito Martinez), travels illegally from Mexico into the United States to search for his missing son, he discovers that modern servitude is thriving in the farmlands and agricultural communities. Promised a job and a place to live, these laborers find themselves forced to live in abject poverty. Required to pay for their own food and other essentials, what little money they make is paid back to their employers, and because they will forever be in debt, they can never leave.
Mark your calendars!