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— Sons of Anarchy, a gritty cable drama about Charlie Hunnam’s butt or something, comes to a dramatic close Tuesday at 10 p.m. Eastern on FX. The series finale concludes the seven-season story focusing on the SAMCRO motorcycle club, including Jax (Hunnam) and his mother (Katey Segal).
Netflix's latest original, plus Barbara's Most Fascinating and more on TV this week, AFTER THE JUMP …
— We can’t get enough of comedian Billy Eichner’s deranged delivery. On Tuesday, he brings his shouty schtick to New Girl at 9 p.m. on FOX. (If you haven’t already, check out his hilarious send up of Taylor Swift’s songwriting, above.)
— Netflix hopes to continue its hot streak of groundbreaking original programming with Marco Polo, hitting the streaming service Friday. The historical drama follows the titular Polo (Lorenzo Richelmy) as he works alongside Mongolian emperor Kublai Khan (Benedict Wong).
— You might know rising pop star Charli XCX as one of the writers of Icona Pop’s inescapable hit “I Love It” or as the snarling brit who duetted with Iggy Azalea on her summer jam “Fancy.” The singer-songwriter, whose “Boom Clap” appeared on the soundtrack of The Fault In Our Stars, takes the stage as the musical guest on this week’s Saturday Night Live, 11:30 p.m. Eastern on NBC with host Martin Freeman. Check out one of our favorite Charli tracks, “Superlove,” above.
— Who will be Barbara Walters’ most fascinating person of 2014? Among the faces you can expect to see Sunday at 9 p.m. Eastern on ABC during her 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014 special, you’ll catch Neil Patrick Harris, Taylor Swift (above) and Chelsea Handler.
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