TV and Movies·Posted on Aug 16, 2019Here Are The 21 Biggest TV Moments This Week That You Might've MissedThe Handmaid's Tale Season 3 ended with an amazing episode!by Nora DominickBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 🚨Obviously MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨 BuzzFeed 1. First, on The Handmaid's Tale Season 3 finale, June was shot and almost left for dead after she sacrificed herself in order to make sure over 50 children could escape Gilead. Hulu 2. Also on The Handmaid's Tale, the children successfully landed in Canada and Rita was able to tell Luke that June was behind everything. Hulu 3. And, Serena Joy finally got what was coming to her on The Handmaid's Tale. She was arrested in Canada for forcing June to sleep with Nick. Hulu 4. Succession Season 2 picked up with Ken being forced to go on TV and talk about why he's giving up on taking over his father's company. HBO 5. GLOW returned with Season 3 and featured the ladies taking their show to Las Vegas — this season also stepped away from wrestling every episode and dealt more with individual characters. Netflix 6. Also on GLOW, Bash emotionally came out to Debbie after he had threesome with Rhonda and Paul. Netflix 7. Animal Kingdom delivered a truly shocking penultimate episode of Season 4 when Janine "Smurf" Cody was killed by her grandson. TNT Series star Ellen Barkin is apparently not happy with her exit. Sadly, Smurf joins a growing list of leading women that have been killed off their series. 8. Cable Girls/Las Chicas del Cable hit the ground running with Season 4, which featured Carlota being framed for a politician's murder. Netflix 9. Also on Cable Girls, we have to give a special shoutout to Ana Fernández who heartbreakingly portrayed Carlota's struggle in prison. Netflix 10. A Black Lady Sketch Show brilliantly parodied Pose with the "Basic Ball." HBO 11. On BH90210, the gang decided to officially do the 90210 reboot after some convincing from Tori. Fox Also, Christine Elise aka Emily Valentine returned and will be an executive producer on the reboot. 12. Why Women Kill started streaming this week. The new series follows three women in three different eras who are all dealing with infidelity in their marriages. CBS All Access The series stars Lucy Liu, Ginnifer Goodwin, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Alexandra Daddario, Sam Jaeger, Jack Davenport, and Reid Scott. Why Women Kill was created by Marc Cherry, who also created Desperate Housewives. 13. Also on Why Women Kill, Lucy Liu gave us this hilarious moment that I literally can't stop thinking about. CBS All Access 14. On the Legion series finale, David and Farouk reached a truce and Charles vowed to spend more time with his son and maybe become a teacher — perhaps this is the beginning of Professor X. FX 15. On Suits, Patrick J. Adams returned as Mike, who went head-to-head with Harvey over a case. USA 16. Elementary aired its series finale, which featured Sherlock and Joan reunited after three years apart, when Moriarty seemingly returns. CBS 17. Also on Elementary, the series ended with another time jump and showed Sherlock and Joan going to Bell's office and starting to work together all over again. CBS 18. On Younger, with Liza's secret finally out in the open, Millennial was forced to deal with the fallout. TVLand 19. On Four Weddings and a Funeral, Craig and Zara got married, giving us our second of the four weddings. Hulu 20. Also on Four Weddings, Fatima decided that she adorably wanted to be with Bash, and Duffy found out that Maya is in love with Kash. Hulu 21. The Terror: Infamy kicked off this week and focused on Japanese-American internment in Southern California after Pearl Harbor. AMC What were your favorite TV moments this week? Tell us in the comments below! Obsessed with all things TV and movies? Check out all of our TV & Movies coverage here!