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PopWatch Planner: 'Mindy Project,' 'Revenge' finales, 'Neighbors,' 'Chef' in theaters, and more

April showers bring May finales! OK, so that’s not exactly how the saying goes, but it is true. May is a month full of memorable goodbyes, and for this week, that includes The Tomorrow People, The Mindy Project, and Revenge. However, with Neighbors and Chef in theaters, there will be very little time for mourning.

Here’s how your week is looking: READ FULL STORY

PopWatch Planner: 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' in theaters, 'The Following' finale, and more

As April comes to a close, Andrew Garfield is once again suiting up as the oh-so-amazing Spider-Man, just as John Oliver suits up for the debut of his new talk show. Elsewhere, The Following‘s season is coming to an end, just as 16 and Pregnant kicks off another year of teens, babies, and more drama than most scripted television could fathom.

Here’s your pop culture schedule for the week:


'Resurrection' series premiere react: In it for the long haul?

When a show has a central mystery — in the case of ABC’s Resurrection, which premiered Sunday night, why deceased loved ones have returned alive and un-aged from the day they died — the question isn’t whether the concept is interesting. It is. It’s whether an audience will be hooked enough (and patient enough) to watch every week or, in today’s world, just wait and Google for the answer when the series ends. The difference, I believe, comes down to how quickly producers can both get you invested in the characters — which is difficult when cards must be played close to the chest for a slow reveal — and prove to you the journey will be somehow visually unique (i.e. the way BBC America’s Broadchurch could make a slo-mo shot of the mundane, just two people walking, practically pulsate).

For me, Resurrection falls into the wait-and-Google category. What’s your verdict? READ FULL STORY

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