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Say Goodbye to your favourite TV shows this Summer!

This summer, some of the most popular shows of television will end their remarkable season journeys! Some will leave on a high note, some will leave you at the edge of your seats and waiting for the next seasons and some will leave you content and at peace.
So, while there is an amazing summer line-up waiting to be premiered on television, it is time to say goodbye to many of your favourite shows!
1. ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ starring Viola Davis
  
Season 2 of the Golden Globe winning series ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ finally comes to a dramatic end and is sure to leave its viewers at the edge of their seats this summer wanting more of the American drama series. Fear not for the show has already been renewed for Season 3 and it is not too far away!
Tune-in to ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ every Monday to Friday at 9 PM on Star World and Star World HD. Catch the finale episode on April 25th at the same time.

2. Martin Scorsese’s debut TV show – ‘Vinyl’ starring Bobby Cannavale and Olivia Wilde
  
Vinyl has been in the news for all the right reasons – its stupendous cast, the phenomenal dream team of showmakers and its very Scorsese-like theme! The show that was loved by audiences world over generated a lot of curiosity for it was being directed and produced by the legendary Martin Scorsese, the iconic Terence Winters and the rock n roll star Mick Jagger! So whether the show was widely spoken about for Cannavale’s brilliant performance or Wilde’s love for merkins, it’s all coming to an end. But then again, fans can breathe a huge sigh of relief as HBO has already renewed the much-loved show for its second season!
Tune-in to Vinyl every Wednesday at 10 PM on Star World Premiere HD. Catch the finale episode of the show next Wednesday, April 20th at the same time!

3. Ryan Murphy’s ‘The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story’ starring John Travolta, David Schwimmer, Cuba Gooding Jr., Sarah Paulson, Johnnie Cochran among others
  
The show that made the biggest noise in 2016 yet, the first installment of Ryan Murphy’s The American Crime Story series - The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, is all set to wrap up its season. The FX series that garnered the highest viewership ever was a true story based on celebrity footballer O.J. Simpson’s trial acquittal after he was accused of brutally murdering his wife and her friend. Known as the ‘trial of the century’ and the most televised crime story in the history of crime, the show in its finale episode will detail out the final verdict and its aftermath.
Ryan Murphy fans, there’s no need to worry as he has recently announced that he’s working around a theme for the series’ second season! Yay!
Tune-in to the finale episode of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime to Story to know the fate of the famous footballer this Monday, April 11th at 10 PM on Star World Premiere HD! 


4. Better Call Saul starring Bob Odenkirk
  
The prequel of the highly enthralling show Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul’s second season is quickly coming to an end after delivering power-packed performances and a thrilling plot all season. With all the pieces in place for a thrilling end to Better Call Saul's superlative second season, audiences are sure to wonder what to do wth their lives once the show ends.
But don’t worry fans, this season too has been renewed for a third! But will the series ultimately lead to Breaking Bad like fans are hoping it would? Well, we’ll have to just wait and watch!
Tune-in to the finale episode of Better Call Saul on Tuesday, April 19th at 11 PM!

5. Arrested Development Season 4
  
With every other major series ending this summer, Arrested Development Season 4 adds on to that list. The award-winning comedy series that is known to send rib tickling humour up everyone’s spines, the season finale will certainly be one that leaves the audience content but at the same time wanting more.

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