Monday, May 16
Goldie & Bear “The Tooth About Jack and Jill / Pig Problems” (9:30 – 10:00 A.M. EDT on Disney Channel)
“The Tooth About Jack and Jill” – Bear loses his first tooth and must tire out his houseguests Jack and Jill so he can get to sleep.
“Pig Problems” – When an argument breaks up the Three Little Pigs, Goldie and Bear must find a way to get them back together.
Castle “Crossfire” (10:00 – 11:00 P.M. EDT on ABC)
With their best lead in hand, Castle and Beckett are ready to take on LokSat. But an unforeseen twist puts their case – and their lives – in jeopardy.
Tuesday, May 17
Fresh Off the Boat “The Manchurian Dinner Date” (8:00 – 8:30 P.M. EDT on ABC)
Eddie is excited for his mom to meet his girlfriend Alison, but worries she will not approve since she is not Chinese. So with the help of a friend, Alison devises an elaborate plan to make a good impression on Jessica. Meanwhile, Emery enlists Louis to help him prepare his graduation speech, and Grandma attempts to make a new suit for Evan.
The Real O’Neals “The Real Rules” (8:30 – 9:00 P.M. EDT on ABC)
After realizing Pat left his police badge at home, Jimmy convinces Kenny and Shannon that he should use Pat’s badge to pretend he’s a police officer so they can receive free perks around town. Meanwhile, when Pat tells Eileen about an upcoming date he’s going on, she takes matters into her own hands when it comes to a potential suitor in her dating life.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “Absolution” & “Ascension” (9:00 – 11:00 P.M. EDT on ABC)
It’s a showdown a season in the making as S.H.I.E.L.D. takes on Hive, and when his master plan is finally revealed, the team must spring into action. Who will live, and who will die?
Modern Family “Disneyland” (11:00 – 11:30 P.M. on USA)
The entire Pritchett clan go to Disneyland, where Phil has trouble keeping up with Luke; Claire is surprised by an encounter with Dylan; Jay and Gloria debate suitable footwear; and Mitchell and Cameron cope with Lily’s recent inclination to run anywhere at anytime.
Wednesday, May 18
The Middle “The Show Must Go On” (8:00 – 8:30 P.M. on ABC)
After almost forgetting that Brick’s middle school graduation is only days away, Frankie goes on a mission to right a wrong when Brick discovers that the song he was supposed to sing at the ceremony has been cut. Meanwhile, Sue needs to be at Dollywood to begin her summer job on the same day as Brick’s graduation, and Axl takes a job as a country club counselor and finds himself being mocked by a 10-year-old carbon copy of himself.
The Goldbergs “Have a Summer” (8:30 – 9:00 P.M. on ABC)
Adam and his friends are stressing out about Hell Week, where the incoming freshmen are hazed by the seniors. Adam gains the respect of the old kids at school when he body slams Barry. Meanwhile, Erica and her friends discuss what they are going to put in their school’s time capsule.
Modern Family “Double Click” (9:00 – 9:30 P.M. on ABC)
Claire can’t seem to find the right time to fire one of her employees, while, back at home, Phil thinks he caught Luke with a girl in his bed, and no one seems to notice that Alex has moved back home for the summer. Jay refuses to accept that it might be harder to reenter the workforce than he thought, and Cameron and Mitch butt heads on how to share time with Lily now that Cameron took a summer job in Kansas City.
Black-ish “Good-ish Times” (9:30 – 10:00 P.M. on ABC)
Dre is left exhausted after wrestling with a lot of stress at work and while at home, he drifts to sleep watching a TV marathon of “Good Times” – cue the dream sequence. The Johnson family goes back in time to the 1970s transforming into the classic TV show’s characters.
Nashville “It’s Sure Gonna Hurt” (10:00 – 11:00 P.M. on ABC)
After nearly two decades, Rayna and Deacon face the facts of their storied and often tempestuous relationship. Scarlett makes a startling self-discovery in between tour dates while Gunnar performs with one of his idols, rock-music legend Sir Elton John, who guest stars as himself. Luke stops by “The View” to trumpet a worthy cause—before a family emergency pulls his focus. Elsewhere, Juliette struggles to make a connection, and Layla launches her album at The Bluebird. Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Raven Symoné and Paula Faris guest star as themselves.
Thursday, May 19
Grey’s Anatomy “Family Affair” (8:00 – 9:00 P.M. on ABC)
Meredith and Maggie support Amelia on an important day; Jo reveals that she has been keeping secrets from Alex while Arizona and Callie deal with the impact of their custody arrangement. Meanwhile, Ben leaps into action to help a friend.
The Catch “The Happy Couple” & “The Wedding” (9:00 – 11:00 P.M. on ABC)
Ben makes a critical decision just as the matriarch of the Kensington Firm, Sybil Griffiths, pays an unexpected visit that throws everyone off their game. Meanwhile, Alice has a breakthrough in therapy that helps her and her team get that much closer to taking down Ben’s associates.
Friday, May 20
BUNK’D “Xander Says Goodbye” (8:00 – 8:30 P.M. EDT on Disney Channel)
Emma and Xander are forced to make some tough decisions when his dad wants him to leave camp for football training. Meanwhile, Emma, Ravi and Lou put him through some drills.
Stuck in the Middle “Stuck with Mom’s New Friend” (8:30 – 9:00 P.M. EDT on Disney Channel)
When Dad goes out of town, Harley must find her mom a new friend after she becomes overly clingy.
Backstage “On Deck” (9:00 – 9:30 P.M. EDT on Disney Channel)
Bianca is determined to impress her casting agent mother, while Jax challenges Kit to a DJ
battle. Denzel’s costume designs for the mid-term ballet are put to the test.
Saturday, May 21
The 7D ” Take Me To Your Grumpy / Nicely Done & The 7D” (9:30 – 10:00 A.M. EDT on Disney XD)
“Take Me To Your Grumpy” – Two timid aliens seek Grumpy’s expertise in “grumpitude.”
“Nicely Done & The 7D” – The 7D team up with the dashing Nicely Done when one of their own is captured by the Sheriff of Plottingham.
Toy Story (8:00 – 10:00 P.M on ABC)
A flashy new action hero’s arrival creates upset in a community of toys that comes to life when people are absent.
Sunday, May 22
America’s Funniest Home Videos (7:00 – 8:00 P.M. EDT on ABC)
On the season finale of “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” the season’s two $100,000 winners battle it out for the grand prize. Special guests Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck join Alfonso as he announces the grand prize winner who will receive an unforgettable vacation for six to the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and the new Shanghai Disney Resort in China opening in June. Former “AFV” host Tom Bergeron returns to play “Who Breaks It?” with Alfonso.
K.C. Undercover “Dance Like No One’s Watching” (8:00 – 8:30 P.M. EDT on Disney Channel)
When K.C. goes undercover in a retirement home as wise-cracking senior citizen Bernie, her disguise unexpectedly wins the affection of feisty senior, Irma.
Guest starring Florence Henderson (“The Brady Bunch”) as Irma.
Best Friends Whenever “Fight the Future – Part 3” (8:30 – 9:00 P.M. EDT on Disney Channel)
While Janet tries to uncover the secret behind time travel, the girls decide they need to take her down once and for all!
Guest starring Nora Dunn (“Saturday Night Live”) as Janet Smythe and Madison Hu
(“Bizaardvark”) as Marci.
Liv and Maddie “Friend-A-Rooney” (9:00 – 9:30 P.M. EDT on Disney Channel)
Liv is not too happy when Joey lands a part on “Voltage.” Meanwhile, when Karen finds out that Andie’s dad, Mr. Bustamante, disapproves of Dump Truck, they team up to change his mind.
Guest starring Erik Estrada as Mr. Bustamante.