Sunday: Sherlock Holmes: Elementary, 8.45pm, Ten
Season finale. Rising tensions between Sherlock and Watson bring their partnership to a crossroads. Can they put their differences aside to help Sherlock's brother?
Monday: Stars of the Silver Screen, 8.30pm, BIO
To be a Hollywood great is to fly too close to the sun, to embody the dreams of millions while placing your fate in their hearts. This series celebrates the lives of those who soared the highest. From Marlon Brando to Elizabeth Taylor, find out what drove them and why the world loved them.
Tuesday: Chicago Fire, 9.30pm, Seven
Severide is convinced he knows who the arsonist is but needs proof. Meanwhile, Casey adjusts to his new lifestyle in the wake of recent events and Molly's bar is failing. Elsewhere, Dawson goes out on a date with Jay and Dawson's friend, Isabella helps Mouch with his campaign.
Wednesday: Billy Connolly’s Big Send Off, 8.30pm, ABC
Billy Connolly embarks on a personal and enlightening journey where he looks at our attitudes towards death. He immerses himself in a range of experiences and talks about death with his pal Eric Idle.
Thursday: In Bruges, 11.30pm, Seven
After a difficult job in London, two hit men are ordered by their boss to hide out in Bruges, Belgium. Their views on life and their lifestyle gets murky when they become acquainted with the locals.
Friday: Old School, 8.30pm, ABC
After Kurt Meeks' shooting, Ted is confined to home detention and Lennie is back in gaol. But then Ted learns Lennie is going to rob the Duke Hotel's safe.
Saturday: The Following, 8.30pm, FX
The Final Chapter: Ryan races to stop Joe Carroll from staging his final act. Starring Kevin Bacon.
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