TV THIS WEEK: The Event ends, Game of Thrones roars, and more!

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Dec 14, 2012

Other than the series finale for The Event, the pickings are pretty slim when it comes to originals this week, but there's still a few choice episodes—an original Sanctuary involving Magnus and D-Day, plus a Game of Thrones on the menu.

Besides that, there's not a whole lot to look forward to, although The CW is rerunning this season's premieres of The Vampire Diaries, Nikita, Smallville and Supernatural. Even Camelot and Doctor Who, which are in the middle of their seasons, are in reruns likely due to the Memorial Day weekend.

Here's what we have to look forward to this week on sci-fi, fantasy, paranormal and spy-fi TV.




Monday, May 23



The Event (NBC) 9 p.m. - "Arrival"

Series finale! The canceled series comes to a close, at least on NBC, and we finally find out what "the event" really means to the human race. It looks like everyone will come together as Martinez is caught in a power struggle with Jarvis, and most everyone else is caught in a race involving the virus. Meanwhile, the portal begins to open.

So are you glad or sad to see The Event go? Or do you hope it gets picked up by another network?

Here's a promo:




Friday, May 27



Ghost Adventures (Travel Channel) 9 p.m. - "Tooele Hospital (Salt Lake City, UT)"

The ghost hunters take on Utah's Tooele Hospital, a facility from 1873 that has seen its share of paranormal experiences. Or you might want to watch The CW's reruns of this year's season premieres for Smallville and Supernatural.

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Sunday, May 29



Game of Thrones (HBO) 9 p.m. - "You Win or You Die"

Ned investigates the death of Jon Arryn, and Robert hopes to achieve a smooth transition at King's Landing. Meanwhile, Drogo is furious when it comes to a threat to Daenerys. And, with conflict near, Tywin tries to convince Jaime to protect the Lannisters' future.

Here's a look:


What are you going to watch?