Our favorite shows are about to come to an end for the season. ABC is the latest network to announce 2015 season finale dates for its shows. Secrets and Lies will start everything off at the beginning of the month, on May 3.

ABC Sets 2015 Season Finale Dates for 'Scandal,' 'Once Upon a Time' and More

The rest of that week will see the finales for Forever on May 5 and Scandal on May 7. Revenge will close out its current season on May 10, following Once Upon a Time. It has not been confirmed yet if the Emily VanCamp-starring drama will be renewed for another season or not. The most recent clue of a possible cancellation is a promo that said, “Be there for the final four episodes,” though ABC is still saying ‘season finale’ in its press release.

Both Once Upon a Time and Agents of SHIELD will air two-hour finales, on May 10 and May 12, respectively. And Dancing with the Stars will conclude season 20 over two nights, on May 18 and May 19. Night one will only be an hour, and the finale is, as usual, two hours.

Also of note, the three-week Shark Tank spin-off event, Beyond the Tank, which begins on May 1, will end on May 15.

Here is the full list of ABC’s 2015 season finale dates:

Sunday, May 3
9pm: Secrets and Lies

Tuesday, May 5
10pm: Forever

Thursday, May 7
9pm: Scandal

Sunday, May 10
8pm: Once Upon a Time (two-hour season finale)
10pm: Revenge

Monday, May 11
10pm: Castle

Tuesday, May 12
9pm: Agents of SHIELD (two-hour season finale)

Wednesday, May 13
8pm: The Middle
8:30pm: The Goldbergs
10pm: Nashville

Thursday, May 14
9pm: Grey’s Anatomy
10pm: American Crime

Friday, May 15
8pm: Shark Tank
9pm: Beyond the Tank

Sunday, May 17
7pm: America’s Funniest Home Videos

Monday, May 18
8pm: Dancing with the Stars (part one)

Tuesday, May 19
9pm: Dancing with the Stars (part two — two-hour season finale)

Wednesday, May 20
9pm: Modern Family
9:30pm: Black-ish

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Jeff Dodge

Staff Writer, BuddyTV

Jeff Dodge, a graduate of Western Washington University, has been a TV news editor for many years and has had the chance to interview multiple reality show stars, including Randy Jackson, Nick Cannon, Heidi Klum, Mel B and John Cena.