CBS Sets 2015 Season Finale Dates for 'The Good Wife,' 'Survivor' and More
CBS Sets 2015 Season Finale Dates for 'The Good Wife,' 'Survivor' and More
Jeff Dodge
Jeff Dodge
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
CBS has announced 2015 season finale dates for its lineup. Two shows will finish up their current seasons in the back half of April (Scorpion and Mom on April 20 and April 30, respectively), with the remaining shows airing finales all throughout the month of May (from Blue Bloods on May 1 to Battle Creek on May 24).

Some series will have expanded two-hour finales, including Hawaii Five-0 on May 8, newbie CSI: Cyber on May 13 and Survivor: Worlds Apart on May 20. (The Jeff Probst-hosted reality competition series, as usual, will air a reunion special following the finale.) And comedy The Odd Couple will wrap its freshman season with a one-hour finale on May 14.

Stalker will return with new episodes on Mondays starting May 4, with the season finale set for May 18.

Here is the full list of CBS's 2015 season finale dates:

Monday, April 20
9pm: Scorpion

Thursday, April 30
9:30pm: Mom

Friday, May 1
10pm: Blue Bloods

Sunday, May 3
8pm: Madam Secretary

Tuesday, May 5
10pm: Person of Interest

Wednesday, May 6
9pm: Criminal Minds

Thursday, May 7
8pm: The Big Bang Theory

Friday, May 8
9pm: Hawaii Five-0 (two-hour season finale)

Sunday, May 10
9pm: The Good Wife

Tuesday, May 12
8pm: NCIS
9pm: NCIS: New Orleans

Wednesday, May 13
9pm: CSI: Cyber (two-hour season finale)

Thursday, May 14
8:30pm: The Odd Couple (one-hour season finale)
10pm: Elementary

Friday, May 15
8pm: The Amazing Race

Monday, May 18
8pm: 2 Broke Girls
8:30pm: Mike & Molly
9pm: Stalker
10pm: NCIS: Los Angeles

Wednesday, May 20
8pm: Survivor: Worlds Apart (two-hour season finale)
10pm: Survivor: Worlds Apart Reunion Special

Sunday, May 24
10pm: Battle Creek

Madam Secretary, Mike & Molly, NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion, 2 Broke Girls, Mom and The Big Bang Theory have already been renewed for the 2015-16 season. The fates of the rest of the lineup have not been announced yet, with Battle Creek, Stalker and the original CSI (which aired its season finale in February) most in danger of cancellation.