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FOX's Brooklyn Nine-Nine returns on Tuesday for it's spring premiere. The episode "The Audit" revolves around the squad trying to save their precinct from being shut down by an auditor who happens to be Amy's ex-boyfriend. Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Tuesday, 8pm on FOX.
The Fosters' season finale airs Tuesday. In the finale, Callie must choose between accepting a plea bargain which would have her serve three years in jail or risk going on trial and a possible longer sentence. Meanwhile, Lena confronts Drew about the changes he is trying to institute at Anchor Beach and Jesus begins to put together the pieces of Emma's secret. The Fosters will return July 11 for the series' fifth season. The Fosters: Tuesday, 8pm on Freeform.
On Saturday, the new season of Doctor Who premieres on BBC America. It was recently announced that this season will introduce the series' first out companion when Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie) makes her debut. The Doctor Who-spinoff series Class will premiere immediately after. In the series premiere, the Doctor entrusts four students at Coal Hill Academy with protecting the Earth from danger when he is not around. One of these four is Charlie, who turns to his boyfriend for support as things begin to spin out of control at Coal Hill. Doctor Who, Class: Saturday, beginning at 9pm on BBC America.
Monday: Young & Hungry (8pm, Freeform)
Wednesday: Survivor Game Changers (8pm, CBS) Schitt's Creek (8pm, POP); Modern Family (9pm, ABC); Empire (9pm, FOX); The Magicians (9pm, Syfy); Major Crimes (9pm, TNT); Hap and Leonard (10pm, Sundance); Lopez (10:30pm, TV Land)