Last episodes of popular television shows offer comedy, drama and mystery

by karihighman, ’13

office

the office series finale

The well-known comedy series ends May 16 at 9/8c on NBC. The show premiered in March 2005, and has won numerous awards, including a 2006 Emmy for Outstanding Comedy series. It gained popularity thanks to the ensemble cast, which included legendary funnyman Steve Carell, who left the series in 2011. The relatability of the show comes from its real-life office situations. Season 9 saw two new employees being hired, as well as anticipation over the documentary that’s created about the workers. According to executive producer Greg Daniels in an interview with Colorado’s 9News, someone will be fired in the finale. And if people are able to get over Carell’s refusal to appear in the last episode, then this series finale is one to watch.

glee

glee season 4 finale

The six-time Emmy award-winning show on FOX continues to surprise viewers with its mix of comedy and drama, as well as its variety of songs and dances. The beloved cast includes Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Darren Criss, and veteran actress Jane Lynch. This season, viewers have seen some Glee club graduates travel to the Big Apple, and have witnessed some rekindled relationships. What people can expect from the season 4 finale is a proposal between two popular characters and the return of a previous guest star.

mentalist

the mentalist season 5 finale

This police procedural drama on CBS follows Patrick Jane (played by Simon Baker), a consultant for the California Bureau of Investigation, as he uses his criminal past and a psychic medium to solve difficult cases. The fifth season has shown a rivalry between the CBI and the FBI, as well as some of the agents using unorthodox methods to obtain information about the notorious serial killer from the beginning of the season. Viewers can expect the season finale to include the darker side of Patrick, as well as more hints towards the identity of the killer.

90210

90210 series finale

The Beverly Hills drama says goodbye in style May 13 after five years on air. Inspired by the original 1990s show Beverly Hills 90210, the series chronicles the lives of seven California teens as they navigate their ways through high school, relationships, and family issues. In the current season, there have been new characters introduced, a divorce and a kidnapping. When the series takes its final bow, actress AnnaLynne McCord, who plays socialite Naomi Clark, told Clevver News there may be a cliffhanger.