This Week in TV: Live 'All in the Family' and 'Jeffersons,' Netflix's 'What/If'

The last wave of broadcast finales also crests as the September-to-May TV season comes to an end the week of May 20.
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Woody Harrelson (right) will tale on the role of Archie Bunker (previously made famous by Carroll O'Connor) on ABC's live 'All in the Family' staging.

The 2018-19 TV season comes to an end in the week of May 20, which means a bunch more season finales and a handful of summer shows making their debuts. Heading into Memorial Day, though, it's not a particularly heavy week for premieres.

Here is The Hollywood Reporter's rundown of some of the coming week's highlights. It would be next to impossible to watch everything, but let THR point the way to worthy options each week. All times are ET/PT unless noted.

On broadcast …

Special: Woody Harrelson, Jamie Foxx, Marisa Tomei, Ellie Kemper, Will Ferrell and a host of other stars will re-create classic episodes of Norman Lear's All in the Family and The Jeffersons live at 8 p.m. Wednesday on ABC. Live in Front of a Studio Audience will be hosted by Lear and Jimmy Kimmel.

New: Adventure drama Blood & Treasure (9 p.m. Tuesday, CBS) stars Matt Barr and Sofia Pernas as an FBI agent specializing in stolen antiquities and an art thief who come together to fight a common enemy.

Also: Beat Shazam returns for its third season (8 p.m. Monday, Fox); NBC airs its annual Red Nose Day fundraiser (8 p.m. Thursday); and the final season of Elementary premieres (10 p.m. Thursday, CBS).

Finales: Legends of Tomorrow (8 p.m. Monday, The CW); The Fix (10 p.m. Monday, ABC); The Enemy Within (10 p.m. Monday, NBC); NCIS (8 p.m. Tuesday, CBS); American Housewife, The Kids Are Alright, Black-ish and Bless This Mess (starting at 8 p.m. Tuesday, ABC); The Village and The Voice (8 and 9 p.m. Tuesday, NBC); Mental Samurai (9 p.m. Tuesday, Fox); all three Chicago shows (starting at 8 p.m. Wednesday, NBC); SEAL Team (10 p.m. Wednesday, CBS); Whiskey Cavalier (10 p.m. Wednesday, ABC); Dynasty (8 p.m. Friday, The CW); Ransom (9 p.m. Saturday, CBS); and Good Girls (10 p.m. Sunday, NBC).

On cable …

Returning: The second season of Starz's critically acclaimed Vida has its on-air premiere at 9 p.m. Sunday, May 26; two episodes will air each week, and the cable network's digital platforms will have the whole season available for streaming starting Thursday.

Special: A week after the Game of Thrones series finale, HBO returns to Westeros for a deep dive into the making of the final season. Game of Thrones: The Last Watch premieres at 9 p.m. Sunday, May 26.

Also: A new season of Pawn Stars (10 p.m. Monday, History); Flip or Flop star Christina El Moussa (now Anstead) goes solo in Christina on the Coast (10 p.m. Thursday, HGTV); and Sundance debuts a limited-series adaptation of The Name of the Rose, starring John Turturro and Rupert Everett, at 10 p.m. Thursday.

On streaming …

New: Renee Zellweger, Jane Levy and Blake Jenner star in What/If, a planned anthology that will explore moral questions and the domino effect when "acceptable people do unacceptable things." The first season has Zellweger's powerful investor making an Indecent Proposal-esque offer to Levy's and Jenner's characters. It premieres Friday on Netflix.

Also: The second season of Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It debuts Friday on Netflix; Wanda Sykes' stand-up special Not Normal drops Tuesday on Netflix.

In case you missed it …

It's Bruno! is the story of a guy and his dog. That's it, really: The easygoing comedy's episodes are all under 20 minutes long and follow Brooklynite Malcolm (creator Solvan Naim) and his dog (Naim's real-life pooch, also named Bruno) as they stroll around their Bushwick neighborhood and run into an assortment of quirky characters. It's streaming on Netflix.