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If there's one thing you can count on Criminal Minds doing, it's delivering an episode with such a creepy case it has you rethinking your list of most disturbing UnSubs. That's true of the season 10 finale, "The Hunt," and considering the subject matter, it's a very good thing that it doesn't end on a cliffhanger.

The season premiere introduced an online auction site where girls were being sold to creeps everywhere and with the finale, the FBI not only took down the people running the site, but the people buying from it as well. The sequence of those arrests is nothing short of satisfying.

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There's bad news and possibly some great news for fans of The Mindy Project. After three season, FOX has cancelled the comedy starring Mindy Kaling. But hope is not lost.

The show is produced by Universal TV, and since they have a lot invested in the comedy, they're looking to make a deal with Hulu to continue the love story of Mindy Lahiri and Danny Castellano.
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Last week on Survivor: Worlds Apart, Mike showed his hidden immunity idol at Tribal Council in an effort to bluff the majority alliance into turning on themselves. Well Shirin still ended up going home, but both Tyler and Will threw votes Dan's way. Something tells me Dan isn't going to be too happy about that.
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In the penultimate episode of Arrow, Oliver goes through with the wedding to Nyssa, as one of the final steps in becoming the next Ra's al Ghul. Meanwhile, Malcolm warns the gang that Oliver is still himself while Thea pays one last visit to Roy.
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Sometimes I hate Supernatural. Not because it's bad, but because the show makes me fall in love with characters only to kill them off. John Winchester, Ash, Jo and Ellen Harvelle, Rufus, Bobby, Kevin Tran and plenty of others. This week Supernatural does it again in a move that makes me angrier and sadder than when Grey's Anatomy killed off McDreamy.
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We're down to the nitty gritty on American Idol, with four set to become three on the 28th episode (yes ... you read that correctly) of Season 14. It's the second-to-last time the contestants will hit the stage (and the final time for two of them) to perform for your votes, and thanks to yet another ambiguous (but hey, it's tradition) theme -- judges' choice, Scotty B. choice and hometown tribute -- the sing-whatever-you-like trend looks to continue straight through to the finale.

It's hometown week, which means we're headed to East Brunswick, New Jersey; Guilford, Connecticut; White House, Tennessee; and Richmond, Virginia; to partake in welcome parades that gather together family, friends and a whole bunch of people who are like, "Crap, that singer is from here?"
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