The Grey's Anatomy Season Finale, The Big Bang Theory and More on TV Tonight

Cristina yang final episode

May 15 2014, Published 2:45 p.m. ET

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Tonight we say farewell to one of TV's most iconic female characters ever, plus a few of our other fave shows are ending their runs for the season, too. Here's what to watch on TV and why:

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The Vampire Diaries. 8pm on The CW. Damon has a request of Bonnie and Elena takes matters into her own hands in the season 5 finale. And yes, TVD has been renewed for a season 6!

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The Big Bang Theory. 8pm on CBS. Penny and Leonard decide if htey want to get married, and Sheldon decides he might want to make a life-changing move in the season finale. Here's a rewind of what's happened up until this point:


American Idol. 9pm on Fox. The winners pool gets narrowed down to two, and Scotty McCreery performs on the almost season finale.


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Grey's Anatomy. 9pm on ABC. Cristina gets the most epic send-off error, but meanwhile a potential terrorist attack could be effecting the hospital. You know those Grey's season finales. Always emotional, always leaving us wanting more...


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The Challenge. 10pm on MTV. Two veterans and one newbie get into a brawl. We feel bad for the newbie already.

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