Interested in learning the finale dates for Grey’s Anatomy, The Rookie, American Idol, and several other ABC favorites? Within this article, CarterMatt has all of that covered and then some! After all, we’re not just bringing you some finale dates — with some shows, we’ve also got some details! Read on, and note two things in advance:
1. All of the times listed are Eastern, so adjust accordingly depending on where you are in the world.
2. There are minor spoilers within, though nothing too crazy — ABC is comfortable with you knowing the information that we’re handing down here.
Tuesday, April 14
10:00 – The Rookie
What to expect: As the rookies prepare for a big exam to see who moves on to the next stage of training, Officer Nolan and Officer Bishop are called to the scene of a murder and learn that the victim may be tied to a potential terrorist attack on the city of Los Angeles.
Wednesday, May 8
8:00 – The Goldbergs
What to expect: When Adam unintentionally lets it slip that BARRY never completed his community service requirement, the brothers join together to throw the greatest breakdancing battle in the history of William Penn. Geoff’s stress levels are at an all-time high, so Erica makes an adult decision and plans for them to follow the Grateful Dead all summer. Finally, it’s the end of an era when the JTP (The Jenkintown Posse) graduates from high school on the season finale.
8:30 – Schooled
What to expect: After initially trying to sabotage him, CB works with BARRY and the JTP to help him win back Lainey’s heart. Meanwhile, Glascott faces removal as principal after a prank damages William Penn Academy. Special Guest Star Troy Gentile.
9:00 – Modern Family
What to expect: As the birth of Haley and Dylan’s twins approaches we take a look back at how each family member celebrated their birthdays this past year. Directed by Steve Levitan.
9:30 – Single Parents
What to expect: After learning that Angie’s ex, Derek (played by Adam Brody), lives near Space Camp, Will convinces Angie to confront him about leaving her when she was pregnant, which results in a rowdy and awkward encounter between the three of them. Meanwhile, Poppy internally struggles with who she truly has romantic feelings for.
Sunday, May 12
8:00 – Shark Tank
Thursday, May 16
8:00 – Grey’s Anatomy
(ABC hasn’t released any info about this particular episode, save for the logline for the series itself.)
9:00 – Station 19
What to expect: The members of ‘Station 19’ pack their gear and head to Los Angeles, California, to help battle a deadly wildfire raging out of control. While the team works to evacuate residents, they meet Terry (played by Patrick Duffy), and Ben makes a split-second decision that changes both of their lives. Andy and Sullivan continue to explore their attraction to each other.
10:00 – For the People
What to expect: On Election Day, Jay turns to Kate and the team for help after his parents and other voters are illegally intimidated at their polling place. Meanwhile, Roger and Jill’s relationship is at an impasse when Sandra learns that they are romantically involved and challenges Jill’s judgment. Elsewhere, Seth gets assigned to the case of a lifetime but his anxiety increases when he is appointed a bodyguard to help protect him, all while Sandra and Ted continue to tiptoe around their feelings for one another.
Sunday, May 19
7:00 – America’s Funniest Home Videos
8:00 – American Idol
What to expect: Following a cross-country search for the next singing sensation, the iconic singing competition rounds out its second season on ABC. For the first time ever, America’s live coast-to-coast vote will determine the winner of “American Idol,” with all voting taking place during the show. The crowning moment will be preceded by special performances from music legends among other surprises.
Monday, May 20
10:00 – The Fix
Tuesday, May 21
8:00 – American Housewife
What to expect: The extraordinary musical episode includes four original songs by renowned composer Justin Paul (“The Greatest Showman,” “Dear Evan Hansen”) and Glenn Slater (“Tangled,” “School of Rock-The Musical”), as well as choreography from famed choreographer Ashley Wallen (“La La Land,” “The Greatest Showman”). Frustrated by the lack of appreciation for all she does, Katie decides to go “full Westport” and leaves THE FAMILY to fend for themselves. Katie’s plan quickly backfires when the kids seem to be doing just fine, leaving Greg to suffer the brunt of her absence.
8:30 – The Kids Are Alright
What to expect: Peggy struggles with Lawrence’s decision to move out of the house, especially after she discovers that he is secretly moving in with a girlfriend she’s never met. Lawrence’s determination to keep Peggy out of his personal life only causes her to investigate further while Mike sees his departure as good news. Meanwhile, Timmy can’t find his ventriloquist dummy, Knuckles, and learns that Joey took him without asking.
9:00 – black-ish
What to expect: After Junior gets an offer for his dream job working with Migos, Dre and Bow are determined to convince him to return to college and get his degree on the season finale. Directed by Anthony Anderson & Guest Starring Quavo.
9:30 – Bless This Miss
What to expect: Mike and Rio enter the “best hen” competition at the county fair with their prized chicken Priyanka in order to prove themselves to the community. Meanwhile, romantic sparks fly between Rudy and Constance, only to be halted by a run-in with someone from Rudy’s past, and Kay and Beau struggle with some marital issues.
Wednesday, May 22
10:00 – Whiskey Cavalier
What to expect: Ollerman attempts to force the team to commit a terrorist attack for The TRUST using Ray’s life as leverage. Meanwhile, Jai helps Standish deal with a revelation about his girlfriend, and Will and Frankie come to a realization about their relationship.
Which one of these big finales are you the most excited to see on ABC this spring? Be sure to share right now in the comments! (Photo: ABC.)