Five popular network series are wrapping up their seasons this week, not to be seen again until this fall or next spring.

ABC's long-running dating reality series, "The Bachelor" will air a four-hour, two-night season finale this week, on Monday and Tuesday nights. Pilot Peter Weber's season has been a particularly dramatic one, and the producers have promised that not even Weber knows how this season is going to end. According to ABC, "an inescapable chain of emotional events that escalate beyond anything Peter could have imagined" is set off when he introduces the two final women, Hannah Ann and Madison, to his parents. An "After the Final Rose" special will air live on Tuesday night, in which Peter, Hannah Ann and Madison will all discuss the tumultuous season.

"9-1-1: Lone Star" will air its first season finale on Fox on Monday, March 9. The spinoff of the popular Fox series, "9-1-1," stars Rob Lowe and Liv Tyler and is set in Austin. In the two-hour finale, the 126 crew deal with a gender reveal party gone wrong, and rescue a father and son who are trapped in a cave during a spelunking expedition.

On The CW, football drama "All American" will air its second season finale on Monday, May 9. Daniel Ezra and Taye Diggs star in the high school sports drama inspired by the life of NFL player, Spencer Paysinger.

Also on The CW, "Black Lightning" will air its third season finale. In the season finale, Jefferson Pierce, a.k.a. Black Lightning, faces off against Gravedigger, a World War II-era "super soldier" and American-turned-Markovian asset. The season finale airs on Monday, May 9.

On Friday, March 13, "Lincoln Rhymes: Hunt for the Bone Collector" will air its first season finale. In the two-hour finale, the Bone Collector targets those closest to Lincoln Rhymes, including Amelia and his son, Camden. The series is based on the novel, "The Bone Collector" by Jeffrey Deaver which was turned into a 1999 feature film starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie.

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